bobo campers za - south africa camper hire companies
bobo campers za - camper hire south africa
Bobo Campers was started in 1991 in Durban. Since then we have grown from strenght to strenght, and are now situated close to Johannesburg International Airport, in Cape Town and in Windhoek, Namibia.
The supplier is a family operated rental company specializing in only motorhome rental for the individual as well as for group tours.
This means that we can concentrate only on one type of leisure vehicle (a motorhome), and all our resources are therefor used to present a top quality product at affordable rates.
We know motorhomes, and also know that travelling by motorhome is the best way to enjoy and experience Africa with all its wide open spaces and natural beauty. We have four models to choose from. They range from the four berth Iveco Discoverer 4, the spacious 6-berth Iveco Discoverer 6, and now also the tough Nissan Patrol 4x4 Discoverer X. Whatever your needs, we're sure to have a motorhome that is suited for you.
Bobo Campers ZA Rental Terms
Bobo Campers ZA Rental Terms for travel between 22-Jan-2020 and 24-Jan-2020
Bobo Campers ZA Insurance
The risk of an accident in Africa is many times higher at night than during the day.
By law all accidents must be reported to Bobo Campers and the local Police within 24 hrs. If you are in a remote area all reasonable effort must be made to report an accident within this time-frame.
Failing to report accidents voids all insurance cover and the hirer becomes fully liable for all cost.
Take as many photographs of all vehicles involved as well as involved persons and their drivers licenses and their personal details.
Obtain an AR (accident report) number form the police on the scene. This proves the accident was registered by the police.
If the rental vehicle is involved in an accident or other incident, and is not drivable, a replacement vehicle, if available, may be collected from the closest branch.
If the hirer requires a replacement vehicle to be delivered, then these charges will be for the hirer's account.
None of the excess reduction options cover this process.
The hirer is responsible for the full recovery (e.g. towing) of the damaged vehicle to the nearest rental depot.
Should there be no replacement vehicle available, no refund for lost rental days will be considered.
If the hirer is unable or unwilling to take a replacement vehicle, no refunds for early termination of the contract will apply.
No refund of rental days lost will be considered during the period in which a replacement vehicle is being organized.
Should the hirer continue with a replacement vehicle then a new rental contract and insurance conditions will apply.
Personal injury and personal belongings
Personal injury and personal belongings are not covered by supplier's insurance. The client is therefore responsible to obtain their own travel insurance.