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British Columbia Vehicle and Camping Equipment Rental Agreement

BC outdoor outfitters, rent out vehicles and camping gear with this Self Drive Vehicle and Camping Equipment Rental Agreement.
  • Rental rates are calculated on a daily basis. Provincial Social Services Tax and federal GST are calculated on rental fees. Foreign visitors may be able to reclaim their GST.
  • A security deposit is required for all rentals and is refunded upon return of the rental items, less any deductions for loss or damage.
  • All drivers must possess a valid driver's licence with photo ID. Drivers must be within specified age limits.
  • Passengers in the vehicle must not exceed a specified number at any time. All small children must be secured in child safety seats, which are also available for rental.
  • Vehicle travel is only permitted on public roads.
  • The rental company maintains public liability insurance for the rental of the vehicle and equipment. The customer has the option to purchase extra insurance, which reduces the deductible.
  • The customer acknowledges the risks associated with the use of the camping ⁄ recreational equipment and assumes full responsibility, and releases the rental company from any liability.
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