There is a base price for the unit plus a charge for installation. We offer other features which cost extra. See our pricing page for full details.
Simple answer is most late 1990s to present Dodge, Ford and Chevy crew cab trucks (also known as quad or double cab). For more details, see the compatibility page.
A fully loaded unit weighs just under 700lbs.
The standard color is white. Charcoal and black are also available at no extra cost. Custom color-matching can be performed at an additional cost (see our pricing page).
You will need a minimum of 22" from the rear of your cab for items in your truck bed or trailer to safely clear the ZoomRoom.
Yes, but it is highly recommended not to install it outside our facility. Due to the weight it is difficult to transport and move into place without damaging it or your vehicle. In addition, over the years we have developed precision methods for aligning and securing the ZoomRoom to your vehicle. And finally, there are a number of custom structural and safety components we integrate which customers would not be aware of.
Bottom line, we want our customers to be happy with their ZoomRoom and their safety is of the upmost importance to us so we prefer to do the installations.
If you are a commercial driver we can install it during your 34 hour reset period. For those that are not, this means it will take 1.5 - 3 days depending on the level of custom fitting required base on your specific make and model of truck.
Yes, but the sunroof must be removed.
If you have a 2017 or newer Ford Super Duty with the full glass roof panels, the panels must be removed. The opening is fitted with a custom fiberglass panel before the ZoomRoom is attached.
The entire weight of the ZoomRoom rests on the back part of the truck. The cab roof doesn't carry any of the weight. A gasket joins the portal in the truck roof with the portal in the unit, and is designed to allow movement as the truck is driven.
If you have a truck bed the ZoomRoom rests heavy-duty saddle mounts we install on the truck bed sides. This helps distribute the load along the bed of the truck.
If you have a flatbed or no bed, the unit is supported by a custom-built structure that attaches directly to the flatbed or frame.
From the roof of the cab:
Get a level or other long, straight object. Lay it on top of your cab roof with one end touching the box. Measure from the bottom of the level up to the top edge or the point on the box where it begins to curve. If this distance is 34 1/4" or greater your truck can be fitted with a ZoomRoom.
The unit is attached to the roof of your truck, just above the front seats. Here there is a portal opening (think large sunroof) that is 19.5" x 37". A two-rung ladder is available to aid in climbing up through the portal into the sleeping berth.
This method provides D.O.T. compliance for access to the sleeping berth from the driver's compartment.
Yes. It can be driven with the upper section raised to any level between closed and fully open. You are able to adjust the height to an optimal level for your wind deflection needs.
Yes. The results will vary, but when hauling a high load and the ZoomRoom is properly positioned for optimal wind deflection, you can expect to increase fuel economy by 1 - 2 mpg.
NO (If you match any of these the rack would need to be removed prior to installation):
YES (If you match all of these you may keep the rack):
Yes, as long as the following conditions are met.
Yes! You will need the following bed based on your trailer type:
Yes. It does not interfere factory-installed cameras.
Absolutely! A shoreline is provided for you to connect to your generator so you can have power for your devices inside the unit. You can also power the air conditioner with your generator.
The generator will provide power to the air conditioner if you chose that feature. It requires 500 watts. The shoreline will provide power to your personal devices inside the unit so you will need to account for their power need.
Yes. We have a number of customers who have done this. You would simply connect the unit to the battery pack rather than a generator. The number and type of items you can power depends on the system. One customer used the Ecoflow Delta Max and was able to power the entire ZoomRoom (AC, Lights, Fan, Motors) overnight. They hooked it into the truck to recharge the batteries while they drove.
Yes, as long as they are located within a few inches of the windshield. If they were installed further back they will have to be relocated.
It depends on your travel and lodging situation. How often do you stay in a motel? How much are you paying? How much time to you spend planning and looking for a motel?
Some might say it would only take one night - with a good night's sleep you really enjoy your work that much more.
Our commercial duty quality is warranted for two years or 200,000 miles, and can be repaired at the Tipton, MO factory.
Yes. You would need to bring the old and new truck to our facility and we can transfer it. You can bring them in at different times. We could remove the unit from the old truck and hold it until you can bring in the new one. See our pricing page for the cost and more details.
Contact us. We can sell it on consignment for you.
When you are in the area swing by and we will remove it from your truck and install a portal cover. We will detail the unit, take pictures, and post it on the pre-owned section of our website. We will also refer new customers to the used units. Once your ZoomRoom sells we will mail you a check, minus a fee to cover removal of the unit, the portal cover, and a small sales commission.
We have a replacement portal enclosure that would close up the portal opening in the roof. It seals to the truck to prevent rain and wind infiltration. We can install it for you or mail it to you for you to install. See our pricing page for the cost.