you’ve decided to pick up a camper from sub-tropical Brisbane ready to
explore the diverse landscapes of sunny Queensland. Before you arrive at
our office, here are 5 tips to ensure that your pick up runs as
smoothly as possible so you can hit the road and begin your self-drive
1. Organise somewhere to leave your car
office it is important to pre-plan where you will leave your car whilst
you’re on holiday. There is limited on-street parking at the Brisbane
branch so visitors are encouraged to leave their car at a secure parking
facility. Kingsford Smith Airport Parking is
just a stone’s throw from the office and offers secure parking for your
vehicle. Contact them on (07) 3630 1110 before you leave to find out
the details and book a place.
2. Make sure all drivers are at the office on the day
rental must be present at the Brisbane office on the day of collection
to show their licences and sign the rental agreement. Any drivers that
are unable to collect from the office should contact Cruisin’ at least 7
days prior to travel to make alternate arrangements.
3. Plan your first caravan park stay
outlet at least every second night to ensure that the motorhome receives
a full charge. If you are a local Queenslander and planning to take the
motorhome home to set it up before your holiday, please be aware that
the 15 amp electricity cord is not suitable for standard
household power points. Book in your first caravan park to make sure
that the vehicle gets a solid charge before you hit the road.
4. Ask any questions that arise
staff at the Brisbane office will be more than happy to answer these for
you. That said, if a question does arise later on, your vehicle is
equipped with an audio visual guide and user manual to guide you
step-by-step through each feature in the motorhome for peace of mind.
Cruisin’ also has a toll-free hotline that you can call should you need
support throughout your holiday on 1300 664 485.
5. Organise your payment method prior to travelling
it is important to ensure all funds are ready for a smooth transaction
at the office. Those paying by debit card should contact their bank in
advance to make sure the funds are ready to go and there is no daily
limit that will prevent the payment from processing. The card holder
must also be present at the depot on the day of collection at the office
to sign the rental agreement.