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    Monterey 180FS5 Passengers in RearMonterey3 Passengers in Front

    Luxury Monterey 8 Passenger

    2 bookings
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    Estimated price
    USD $150 / hour (3 hours minimum)
    IW
    Owner

    Ian

    Beautiful and stylish 8 passenger Monterey FS180 in Quincy, Ma.   The location of pick up allows for easy access into the Boston Harbor to enjoy the day on the water, and stop at the Seaport waterfront restaurants. There are also (2) 3 passenger Yamaha jet skis available, per request. (Not Guaranteed to be available)   We look forward to hosting you and your group this summer!   Operator is an additional $150 for 4 hours or $175 for 3 hours

    Captain is optional.
    You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
    Capacity
    8 guests
    Powerboats, Pontoons, & RIBs
    Power

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    IW
    Owner

    Ian

    2 bookings

    Features & Details

    Length
    18ft
    Year
    2005
    • Bluetooth
    • Life jackets/required safety gear
    • Wheel steering
    • Trailerable
    • Inboard Engine
    • CD Player
    • Single Engine
    • Fuel type: Gas

    Approximate Location

    You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.

    The boat's approximate location on a map

    Cancellation Policy

    Full refund up to 5 days prior.

    Additional Terms & Information

    ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS Renter agrees by Renter’s signature on the Rental Agreement Summary (the “Summary”) that Renter has read, is aware of, accepts full responsibility for and is bound by the terms and conditions contained in the Summary and these Additional Terms and Conditions (collectively the “Agreement”), for the Rental Period whether or not subsequent Agreements are executed by Renter or if Owner assigns a new rental agreement number during the Rental Period for the purpose of invoicing Renter. Renter agrees that electronic signatures have the same force and effect as manual signatures. Renter expressly acknowledges that Renter and Owner are the only parties to the Agreement, notwithstanding that a reservation for Vehicle may have been arranged by a third party; that a third party may pay for all or part of the rental bill; and/or that a third party may negotiate certain terms of the rental, including but not limited to the type of Vehicle, length of rental, rental rate and/or selection of optional products. For matters arising from the Agreement, Renter authorizes Owner to verify and/or obtain through credit agencies or other sources Renter’s personal, credit and/or insurance information. Unless Renter advises Owner otherwise, Renter consents to the receipt of text messages and/or cellular phone calls by Owner or Owner’s agents regarding all aspects of rental of the Vehicle. The Agreement, is the entire Agreement between Renter and Owner and cannot be altered by another document or oral agreement unless agreed to in writing and signed by Renter and Owner. 1. Definitions: For the purposes of the Agreement, the following terms are specifically defined: a. “Additional Authorized Driver(s)” (AAD(s)) means any individual in addition to Renter who is permitted by Owner to operate Vehicle. This includes individuals identified on the Summary as ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZED DRIVER(S), and with the permission of Renter, includes Renter’s spouse or domestic partner (same or opposite sex) who meets the minimum rental age and holds a valid license. Additionally, any driver 21 years of age or older with a valid license and the permission of the Renter has Owner’s permission to operate the Vehicle. b. “Optional Accessories” means but is not limited to optional child seats, global positioning systems, ski racks, toll transponders and/or other products accepted by Renter. c. “Owner” for the purposes of the Agreement means “OWNER OF VEHICLE” shown on the Summary; or Ian Woods. d. “Rental Period” means the period between the time Renter takes possession of Vehicle until Vehicle is returned or recovered and in either case, checked in by Owner. e. “Renter” means the person, or entity identified on the Summary as “RENTER”; f. “Vehicle” means the “ORIGINAL VEHICLE” or any replacement vehicle(s). 2. Ownership/Vehicle Condition/Warranty Exclusion. Renter acknowledges that Vehicle and any Optional Accessories are, by ownership, beneficial interest or lease, property of Owner or its affiliate, even if owned, registered or titled to a third party. Renter is not an agent of Owner and has no authority to bind Owner. Renter agrees Renter received Vehicle and any Optional Accessories in good physical and mechanical condition. RENTER IS TAKING POSSESSION OF VEHICLE AND ANY OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES “AS IS” AND HAS HAD AN ADEQUATE OPPORTUNITY TO INSPECT VEHICLE AND ANY OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES AND THEIR OPERATION. OWNER EXCLUDES ALL WARRANTIES, BOTH EXPRESS AND IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE VEHICLE AND ANY OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Renter agrees not to alter or tamper with Vehicle or any Optional Accessories. If Renter or AAD(s) determines Vehicle or any Optional Accessories is unsafe, Renter or AAD(s) shall stop operating Vehicle and any Optional Accessories and notify Owner immediately. 3. Payment by Renter. a. For items designated as either “/hour”, “/day”, “/week” or “/month” on the Summary: (1) “/hour” is 60 consecutive minutes or any portion thereof beginning at the start time of the rental. (2) If “day = 24 hour period”, “/day” is each consecutive 24 hours beginning at the start time of the rental. (3) If “day = calendar day”, “/day” is each consecutive full or partial day of the week. (4) “/week” is 7 consecutive 24 hour days beginning at the start time of the rental. (5) “/month” is 30 consecutive 24 hour days beginning at the start time of the rental. (6) Unless expressly modified on the Summary, all charges are for a minimum of 1 day. b. Renter shall pay Owner, its affiliates or agents amounts as set forth on the Summary for: (1) The hour, day, week and month charges on the Summary for the Rental Period. The “/hour” charge if shown on the Summary shall apply to each full or partial hour in excess of a day. The hourly charges shall not exceed the cost of one additional day. If Vehicle is returned during non-business hours or to any place other than the Branch Address on the Summary, all rental charges incurred through the time an employee of Owner checks in Vehicle are Renter’s responsibility. (2) The mileage charge per mile for all miles exceeding any free miles set forth on the Summary permitted for the Rental Period. (3) The Optional Accessories, services and/or products charges for those items accepted by Renter for the Rental Period set forth on the Summary. (4) The optional Verified Carbon Offsets (CO2 OFFSET) accepted by Renter are an optional environmental service designed to offset the greenhouse gases emitted by Vehicle. Owner remits amounts collected to an independent 3rd party provider. See www.keystogreen.com for more information. The estimated emissions produced by Vehicle are based on the average mileage and fuel economy of vehicles in the rental fleet and are not calculated based on the emissions of a particular vehicle. (5) The optional Tollpass Service accepted by Renter provides for the daily rental of a toll collection transponder or, in some states, the use of a pre-installed device or video-monitored toll collection services. In addition to the daily charge for the Tollpass Service, Owner, its affiliate or a third party may separately charge Renter’s credit or debit card (or bill Renter, as applicable, for cash rentals) for each toll (or other charge) incurred using the transponder, pre-installed device or video monitored service during the Rental Period within the Tollpass service area at the higher of the applicable toll authority’s cash toll rate or highest undiscounted toll rate. Renter expressly authorizes Owner or its affiliate to transfer to a third party: Renter’s name, address, credit/debit card information, and other data necessary to enable the collection of all such amounts. No credit is provided for days the transponder is not utilized. Tollpass Service has a limited service area; attempting to use the service outside the service area may subject the Renter and/or any AAD(s) to fines and penalties see Paragraph 3.(c.)(4.). A current listing of TollPass Service Area covered roads is available upon request, at “www.htallc.com/tollpass” or (877) 765-5201. (6) The fuel charge at the rate shown on the Summary. If based on consumption and Vehicle is returned with less fuel than when rented, the charge shall be for the Owner’s estimated difference in fuel level shown on the fuel gauge from the time Vehicle is rented to the time it is returned. Renter shall not receive a refund or credit if Vehicle is returned with more fuel than when Renter received it. If Renter purchases the Fuel Service Option, then Renter’s fuel charge shall be the per gallon charge multiplied by the fuel tank capacity of Vehicle rented. Renter shall not receive a refund or credit for any unused fuel. (7) Renter must return the vehicle to the same location that the vehicle was picked up by the renter. (8) The other fees and charges (none of which are taxes) including but not limited to: (a) Any airport Consolidated Facility Charge, Customer Facility Charge or similarly designated charge (CFC) which is required to be paid by Owner or collected from Renter in connection with this rental, for the construction, financing, operation and/or maintenance of the consolidated rental car facility, other airport facilities, and / or transportation related facilities, (b) The Concession Fee Recovery, Concession Fee Recoupment, or similarly designated charge (CONC REC) which is Owner’s charge to recover the concession fees paid by Owner to an airport’s owner or operator in connection with this rental; and (c) The Facility Fee Recovery (FAC REC) which is Owner’s charge to recover the estimated fees, charges, costs, which may include rent paid by Owner to the owner, operator or agent of the location being serviced by Owner for this rental or to the owner, operator, or agent of the location of the Branch Address on the Summary; and (d) The Vehicle License Cost Recovery Fee (VLC REC FEE) which is Owner’s charge to recover the estimated average daily cost per vehicle of the charges imposed by governmental authorities upon Owner or its affiliates to title, register and plate all vehicles in its/their rental fleet within the state in which the rental originates. The VLC REC FEE is not calculated based on the costs imposed upon a particular vehicle. (e) The Parking Violation Surcharge (PKG VIOL SCHG) which is required to be collected from a Renter in connection with this rental, for the city or town within whose borders the rental transaction was initiated as specified in the rental agreement. (f) The Convention Center Financing Surcharge (CONV CTR FIN SCHG) which, if applicable, is required to be collected from a Renter in connection with this rental, for the financing, construction and renovation of convention centers in Boston. (g) The Revere Vehicle Rental Surcharge (REVERE VEH RNT SCHG) which, if applicable, is required to be collected from a Renter in connection with this rental, for construction and equipping a new public safety facility for the City of Revere. (h) The Governmental Administrative Rate Supplement (GARS) which, if applicable, is required to be collected from a Renter in connection with this rental, for costs incurred by the Owner which are peculiar to doing business with the Federal Government. (i) The Police Training Fee (PD TRNG), which is the Police Training Surcharge imposed on all vehicular rentals in Massachusetts under G.L. c. 90, § 32E 3/4. c. Additional Obligations of Renter - Unless prohibited by law, Renter shall pay Owner, its affiliates or agents: (1) If Renter returns the vehicle to a location other than the designated return location a vehicle recovery fee of: a) $300.00; b) $1.50 per mile between return location and original rental office; or c) Owner’s adjusted daily, weekly or monthly rate applicable on the date of return. (2) For damage to, loss or theft of Vehicle or Optional Accessories, including all related costs (see paragraph 7), to the extent DW, as described in paragraph 17, or RAP, as described in paragraph 20, do not apply. (3) A fee to clean the Vehicle’s interior upon return if there are excessive stains, pet hair/fur, trash, odors or other soilage. (4) All fines, costs, charges and attorneys’ fees paid or to be paid by Owner, its affiliates or a third party for legal violations, parking, tolls, towing and storage and the like occurring during the Rental Period (Fines, Tolls and Violations). Without advance notice, Renter agrees to the payment of all Fines, Tolls and Violations by Owner, its affiliates or a third party, and that such amounts, plus Processing Fees, may be collected from Renter by Owner, its affiliates or a third party. Renter agrees that such collection is not a transfer of liability where prohibited. Renter agrees that such payment may prejudice, waive, and relinquish (and Renter agrees to waive and relinquish) Renter’s ability and right to contest Fines, Tolls and Violations and/or any legal violation underlying same (Violative Action) with the applicable authority. Owner, its affiliates or a third party may assess a fee of up to $25 per each of the Fines, Tolls and Violations (Processing Fees) to apply towards all costs incurred in connection with the Fines, Tolls and Violations and their administration. (5) A late charge of 1 1/2% per month, not to exceed the maximum allowable by law, on all charges not paid within 30 days after the end of the Rental Period. (6) All expenses incurred by Owner in the collection of amounts due Owner under the Agreement or in regaining possession of Vehicle or in enforcing any term or condition of the Agreement, including attorneys’ fees, Owner’s administrative fees, and any other costs or expenses incurred by Owner. (7) The taxes, fees and other mandatory charges imposed by states, counties and other governmental authorities. (8) RENTER EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZES OWNER OR ITS AFFILIATE TO TRANSFER AND PROVIDE TO ANY THIRD PARTY, WITHOUT NOTICE TO RENTER, RENTER’S NAME, ADDRESS, CREDIT CARD INFORMATION AND ALL OTHER DATA NECESSARY TO PROCESS PAYMENT FOR, ENABLE THE COLLECTION OF, OR TRANSFER LIABILITY FOR ALL AMOUNTS RENTER IS OBLIGATED TO PAY UNDER THIS PARAGRAPH 3.C, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, TOLLS AND ASSOCIATED CHARGES INCURRED DURING THE RENTAL PERIOD, AND ANY FINES, TOLLS, VIOLATIONS, PROCESSING FEES, OR ANY VIOLATIVE ACTION. d. Agreements and acknowledgements regarding payment cards – (1) IF A CREDIT CARD OR DEBIT CARD IS PRESENTED AS A MEANS OF PAYMENT, DEPOSIT OR SECURITY, RENTER AUTHORIZES OWNER TO SUBMIT FOR PAYMENT ON SUCH CARD(S) ALL AMOUNTS OWED UNDER The Agreement INCLUDING IF ANY THIRD PARTY TO WHOM A BILLING WAS DIRECTED REFUSES TO MAKE PAYMENT. IF OWNER INITIATES ANY CHARGE THAT IS DISHONORED, RENTER AUTHORIZES OWNER TO RE-INITIATE SAID CHARGE WITHOUT FURTHER AUTHORIZATION FROM RENTER. (2) The authorization or deposit amount on the Summary will be taken by Owner as an authorization or sale. Such funds will not be available for use by Renter until after Vehicle is returned. One or more incremental authorizations and/or deposits may be taken during the Rental Period if Renter incurs additional charges. (3) Renter acknowledges final amounts charged to Renter’s card may exceed amounts shown on the Summary, if Renter incurs charges not included in such amounts. e. Owner will attempt to refund Renter any amount collected from Renter that exceeds the aggregate of all of Renter’s obligations to Owner within 20 business days after Owner has confirmed the full extent of such obligations. Where applicable for payments made by cash, check or money order, any such excess will be refunded by check. All amounts are subject to final audit by Owner. 4. Prohibited Use and Termination of Right to Use. a. Renter agrees to the following limits on use: (1) Vehicle shall not be driven by any person other than Renter or AAD(s) without Owner’s prior written consent. (2) Vehicle shall not be used for transporting persons for hire; as a school bus; or for driver training or testing. (3) Vehicle shall not be used for transport of products for hire as a common carrier, a contract carrier or a private carrier of property UNLESS: i. Renter obtains bodily injury and property damage liability insurance required of a motor carrier by the state and/or federal government where Vehicle is rented and/or operated; and ii. Renter and any AAD(s) hold a valid class license for that purpose and comply with all federal, state or municipal laws, ordinances or regulations. (4) Vehicle shall not be used for: any illegal purposes; in any illegal, fraudulent, or reckless manner; in a race or speed contest; or to tow or push anything. (5) Vehicle shall not be used to carry passengers in excess of the number of seat belts provided by manufacturer or outside of the passenger compartment. (6) Renter shall not remove any seats from Vehicle. (7) Vehicle shall not be driven by any person impaired or under the influence by the use of narcotics, alcohol, intoxicants, or drugs, used with or without a prescription. (8) Vehicle shall not be loaded in excess of Vehicle’s Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) which is, weight of Vehicle plus weight of load, as indicated on the driver side door jam, or with an improperly or unevenly divided load as per Vehicle manufacturer’s specifications and/or guidelines. (9) Vehicle shall not be driven on an unpaved road or off-road. (10) Vehicle shall not be operated by anyone: who has given a fictitious name, false address, or a false or invalid driver’s license; whose driver’s license becomes invalid during the Rental Period; who has obtained the keys without permission of Owner; or who misrepresents or withholds facts to/from Owner material to rental, use or operation of Vehicle. (11) Renter shall not transfer or assign the Agreement and/or sublease Vehicle. (12) Vehicle shall not be used to store or transport explosives, chemicals, corrosives or other hazardous materials or pollutants of any kind or nature. Renter remains responsible for all charges, costs, taxes, fees and obligations as set forth in Paragraph 3. (13) Vehicle shall not be used for testing Vehicle’s technological components or capabilities. b. Renter agrees to return Vehicle and any Optional Accessories to Owner on or before return date to the address stated on the Summary or on Owner’s demand and in same condition as received, ordinary wear and tear excepted. Extensions to Rental Period are at Owner’s option. c. In the event of any violation of the limits on use or any other provision of the Agreement, Owner automatically, without any further notice to Renter or AAD(s), terminates their right to use Vehicle and Owner retains any other rights and remedies provided by law. Owner has the right to seize Vehicle without legal process or notice to Renter or AAD(s). Renter and AAD(s) hereby waive all claims for damages connected with such seizure, including loss or damage to contents, and shall pay all expenses incurred by Owner in returning Vehicle to the original rental office. d. If Renter or AAD(s) continues to operate Vehicle after the right to do so is terminated, Owner has the right to notify police Vehicle has been stolen. Renter and AAD(s) hereby release and discharge Owner from and indemnify, defend and hold Owner harmless against any liability arising from such notice. Renter remains responsible for all charges, costs, taxes, fees and obligations as set forth in Paragraph 3. Any use of the vehicle in a manner prohibited in this paragraph shall, to the extent permitted by applicable law, void Personal Accident Insurance/Personal Effects Coverage (PAI/PEC), and Supplemental Liability Protection (SLP). 5. Roadside Assistance. Contact 508 649 0387 for roadside assistance. Any costs for any and all roadside assistance will be responsible of the Renter. 6. Accidents. Damage to, loss or theft of Vehicle must be immediately reported in writing to the office where Vehicle was rented, and in no event later than the following business day after the accident. Renter and AAD(s) must immediately deliver to the office where Vehicle was rented every process, pleading or paper relating to any claims, suits or proceedings arising from such accident. In the event of a claim, suit or legal proceeding, Renter and AAD(s) shall cooperate fully with Owner and its representatives including any request for statements, written or oral, including under oath, and/or items Owner or its representatives deems related to the adjustment of any claim, suit or proceeding. Vehicle may be equipped with an Event Data Recorder (EDR), infotainment system and/or similar technology for the purpose of recording data about the operation and/or use of Vehicle. To the extent permitted by law, Renter consents to Owner or its representatives retrieving and using such data from the EDR or otherwise, including during the adjustment of any claim, suit or legal proceeding. 7. Damage to, Loss, Modification or Theft of, Vehicle, Optional Accessories and Related Costs. Except to the extent restricted, modified or limited by State law, Renter accepts responsibility for damage to, loss, modification or theft of, Vehicle, Optional Accessories or any part or accessory occurring during the Rental Period regardless of fault or negligence of Renter or any other person or act of God. Renter shall pay Owner the amount necessary to repair Vehicle or Optional Accessories. Renter shall not have Vehicle or Optional Accessories repaired without permission from Owner. If Vehicle is stolen and not recovered or Owner determines Vehicle is salvage, Renter shall pay Owner the fair market value less any sale proceeds. For purposes of the Agreement, fair market value shall be the retail value of Vehicle immediately preceding the loss. If Optional Accessories are not returned Renter shall pay owner the replacement cost of the Optional Accessories. Renter is responsible for all towing, storage or impound fees, and other costs incurred by Owner to recover Vehicle and to establish damages. Renter agrees to pay any taxes, fees and other mandatory charges imposed by states, counties and other governmental and/or airport authorities. Renter agrees to pay a sum for loss of use, regardless of fleet utilization, calculated as follows: (i) if Owner determines Vehicle is repairable: total labor hours from the repair estimate divided by 4 multiplied by the daily rate (including any Car Class Change) on the Summary; (ii) if Vehicle is stolen and not recovered or Owner determines Vehicle is salvage: 15 days at the daily rate on the Summary. Renter also agrees to pay: (a) an administrative fee of $50.00 when the repair estimate is less than $500.00 or $100.00 when the repair estimate is between $500.00 and $1,500.00 or $150.00 if greater than $1,500.00; (b) a sum for diminishment of value if Vehicle is repairable calculated as 10% of the repair estimate if the damages are greater than $499.99. If Vehicle is returned during non-business hours or to any place other than Branch Address on the Summary, any damage to, loss or theft of, Vehicle or Optional Accessories occurring prior to an employee of Owner checking in and inspecting Vehicle is Renter’s responsibility. SEE PARAGRAPH 17 FOR INFORMATION ON OPTIONAL DW. 8. Responsibility to Third Parties. Owner or its affiliate complies with applicable motor vehicle financial responsibility laws as an insured, self-insurer, bondholder, or cash depositor. Except to the extent required by the mot or vehicle financial responsibility laws of the applicable state or otherwise by law or the Agreement, neither Owner or its affiliate extends any of its motor vehicle financial responsibility or provides insurance coverage to Renter, AAD(s), passengers or third parties through the Agreement. If liability insurance or self insurance is available on any basis to Renter, AAD(s) or any other driver and such insurance or self insurance satisfies the applicable state motor vehicle financial responsibility law, then Owner or its affiliate as the case may be extends none of its motor vehicle financial responsibility. However, if Renter and AAD(s) are in compliance with the terms and conditions of the Agreement and if Owner or its affiliate is obligated to extend its motor vehicle financial responsibility to Renter, AAD(s) or third parties, then Owner’s or its affiliate’s obligation is limited to the applicable state minimum financial responsibility amounts. Renter and AAD’s agree that any misrepresentation, false or misleading information supplied to Owner or Owner’s Representatives and/or refusal to cooperate with Owner or Owner’s representatives during any claim, suit or proceeding may result in the declination of any such claim. Unless required by law, Owner’s or its affiliate’s financial responsibility shall not extend to any claim made by a passenger while riding in or on or getting in or out of Vehicle. Financial responsibility shall not extend to liability imposed or assumed by anyone under any worker’s compensation act, plan or contract. SEE PARAGRAPH 18 FOR INFORMATION ON OPTIONAL SLP. 9. Indemnification by Renter. Renter shall defend, indemnify and hold Owner or its affiliate(s) harmless from all losses, liabilities, damages, injuries, claims, demands, costs, attorney fees and other expenses incurred by Owner and/or its affiliate(s) in any manner from this rental transaction, or from the use of Vehicle or Optional Accessories by any person, including claims of, or liabilities to, third parties. Renter may present a claim to Renter’s insurance carrier for such events or losses; but in any event, Renter shall have final responsibility to Owner or its affiliate(s) for all such losses. This obligation may be limited if Renter purchases optional DW and/or optional SLP to the extent DW and SLP applies. SEE PARAGRAPHS 17 AND 18 FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OPTIONAL DW AND OPTIONAL SLP. 10. Personal Injury Protection and Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Protection. Except as required by law, Owner or its affiliate do not provide Personal Injury Protection, No Fault Benefits or Medical Payment Coverage (collectively PIP) or Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Protection (UM/UIM) through the Agreement. If Owner or its affiliate is required by law to provide PIP and/or UM/UIM, Renter expressly selects such protection in the minimum limits with the maximum deductible and expressly waives and rejects PIP and/or UM/UIM limits in excess of the minimum limits required by law. Renter and AAD’s agree that any misrepresentation, false or misleading information supplied to Owner or Owner’s Representatives and/or refusal to cooperate with Owner or Owner’s representatives during any claim, suit or proceeding may result in the declination of any such claim. 11. Personal Property. Owner is not responsible for any damage to, loss or theft of, Renter’s personal property or data contained therein, whether the damage or theft occurs during or after termination of the rental regardless of fault or negligence. Renter acknowledges and agrees that no bailment is or shall be created upon Owner, whether actual, constructive or otherwise, for any personal property carried in or left in Vehicle or on Owner’s premises. Owner is not liable for and Renter shall defend, indemnify and hold Owner and its affiliate(s) harmless from all losses, liabilities, damages, injuries, claims, demands, costs, attorney fees and other expenses incurred by Owner or its affiliate(s) or in any way arises out of Renter’s or Renter’s passengers failure to remove any personal property, including but not limited to data or records of Renter or Renter’s passengers downloaded or otherwise transferred to Vehicle. Owner is not responsible for and Renter releases Owner from any claim or cause of action which may arise from a prior renter’s or passenger’s failure to remove any personal property, data or records from Vehicle. Renter acknowledges and agrees that no bailment is or shall be created upon Owner, whether actual, constructive or otherwise, for any personal property carried in or left in Vehicle or on Owner’s premises. SEE PARAGRAPH 19 FOR INFORMATION ON OPTIONAL PAI/PEC. 12. Use in Mexico and Canada. Vehicle shall not be taken into Mexico and Canada. 13. Third Party Proceeds. If a third party, including, without limitation, an insurance company, authorizes payment of any amount owed by Renter under the Agreement, Renter hereby assigns to Owner Renter’s right to receive such payment. Only those amounts actually paid by a third party to Owner shall reduce the amount owed by Renter under the Agreement; provided however, certain third parties may have agreed to pay Owner a flat fee for this rental in lieu of Owner’s “/day” charges or the per diem benefits under the applicable insurance policy. In such event the flat fee might exceed or be less than: the normal “/day” charges as calculated under the Agreement; or the per diem benefits. Regardless of the amounts paid under such flat fee agreement, third party payments shall not be applied to: vehicle upgrades or optional products (beyond those provided by the third party); or, rental days beyond those specified by the third party. Renter remains responsible for all charges not paid by the third parties, such as charges for vehicle upgrades, optional products, extra rental days, and all other charges. 14. Power of Attorney. Renter hereby grants and appoints to Owner a Limited Power of Attorney: a. To present insurance claims of any type to Renter’s insurance carrier and/or credit card company if: i. Vehicle is damaged, lost or stolen during the Rental Period and if Renter fails to pay for any damages; or ii. Any liability claims against Owner arise in connection with this rental transaction and Renter fails to defend, indemnify and hold Owner harmless from such claims; b. To endorse Renter’s name to entitle Owner to receive insurance, credit card and/or debit card payments directly for any such claims, damages, liabilities or rental charges. 15. Severability. If any provision of the Agreement is determined to be unlawful, contrary to public policy, void or unenforceable, all remaining provisions shall continue in full force and effect. 16. Limitation of Remedy/No Consequential Damages. If Owner breaches any of its obligations under the Agreement and/or if Vehicle has any mechanical failure or other failure not caused by Renter or AAD(s) and if Owner is liable under applicable law for such breach or Vehicle failure, Owner’s sole liability to Renter and AAD(s) and Renter’s and AAD(s)’ sole remedy is limited to the substitution of another similar Vehicle by Owner to Renter and to recovery by Renter of the pro rata daily rental rate for the period in which Renter or AAD(s) did not have use of Vehicle or substitute Vehicle. RENTER AND AAD(s) WAIVE ALL CLAIMS FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE, AND INCIDENTAL DAMAGES THAT MIGHT OTHERWISE BE AVAILABLE TO RENTER OR AAD(s). SUCH DAMAGES ARE EXCLUDED AND NOT AVAILABLE TO RENTER OR AAD(s). Renter further acknowledges that any personal data or information downloaded or transferred to Vehicle may not be secure and may be accessible after the Rental Period. Renter releases Owner from any liability resulting from or otherwise arising out of any such data or information being accessed and/or utilized by a third party. 17. Optional Damage Waiver. DAMAGE WAIVER IS NOT INSURANCE. THE PURCHASE OF DAMAGE WAIVER IS OPTIONAL AND NOT REQUIRED IN ORDER TO RENT A VEHICLE. Renter may purchase optional Damage Waiver (DW) from Owner for an additional fee. If Renter purchases DW, Owner agrees, subject to the actions that invalidate DW listed below, to contractually waive Renter’s damage responsibility for all or part of the cost of damage to, loss or theft of, Vehicle or any part or accessory and related costs regardless of fault or negligence Owner’s contractual waiver shall be limited to the amount initialed on the Summary where applicable. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary and unless prohibited by law, DW does not apply to lost or damaged keys, key fobs, transponders, Optional Accessories, or any liability imposed by law. DW does not apply to damage occurring in Mexico. When deciding whether or not to purchase DW, you may wish to check with your insurance representative or credit card company to determine whether, in the event of damage to, or theft of, Vehicle, you have coverage or protection for such damage or theft and the amount of your deductible or out-of-pocket risk. For Massachusetts drivers: If you have an automobile policy on your personal vehicle with coverage for collision and comprehensive, your policy will cover collision and comprehensive damage to a rental vehicle, less the deductible on your policy. DW does not cover the following: (a) damage or loss caused intentionally, willfully or wantonly by an authorized driver; (b) damage or loss occurring while an authorized driver operates the rental vehicle while legally intoxicated or under the influence of any illegal drug or chemical as defined or determined under the law of the state in which the damage occurred; (c) damage or loss caused while an authorized driver is engaging in any speed contest; (d) damage or loss caused while an authorized driver is using the vehicle to push or tow anything or using the vehicle to carry persons or property for hire, unless expressly authorized in the rental agreement; (e) damage or loss incurred while an authorized driver is driving outside the United States or Canada, unless expressly authorized in the rental agreement; (f) damage or loss incurred while the vehicle is driven, with the renter’s permission or accession, by anyone other than an authorized driver; (g) damage or loss incurred after the private passenger automobile was rented or an authorized driver was approved as a result of fraudulent information provided to the rental company; (h) damage or loss incurred as a result of commission of a felony by an authorized driver 18. Optional Supplemental Liability Protection THE PURCHASE OF SUPPLEMENTAL LIABILITY PROTECTION IS OPTIONAL AND NOT REQUIRED IN ORDER TO RENT A VEHICLE. THIS IS A SUMMARY ONLY AND IS SUBJECT TO ALL PROVISIONS, LIMITATIONS, EXCEPTIONS AND EXCLUSIONS OF THE SLP POLICY. UPON REQUEST, A COPY OF THE POLICY IS AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW. SLP MAY PROVIDE A DUPLICATION OF COVERAGE ALREADY FURNISHED UNDER A PERSONAL or COMMERCIAL INSURANCE POLICY, OR SOME OTHER SOURCE. OWNER’S EMPLOYEES, AGENTS OR ENDORSEES ARE NOT QUALIFIED TO EVALUATE THE ADEQUACY OF RENTER’S EXISTING COVERAGE. SLP coverage will be provided by Empire Fire and Marine Insurance Company. SLP Benefits: Optional Supplemental Liability Protection (SLP) provides Renter with minimum financial responsibility limits (at no charge to Renter) as outlined in the applicable motor vehicle financial responsibility laws of the state where Vehicle is operated AND excess insurance provided by the insurance policy (SLP charge as shown on the Summary is for the excess insurance only), which supplies Renter and AAD(s) with third-party liability protection with a combined single limit per accident equal to the difference between the minimum financial responsibility limits referenced above and $1,000,000 Combined Single Limit per accident. SLP will respond to third party accident claims that result from bodily injury, including death, and property damage that arise from the use or operation of Vehicle as permitted in the Agreement. The policy does not provide coverage for any loss arising from the use or operation of Vehicle in Mexico. SLP is available for an additional charge as stipulated on the Summary. SLP Exclusions: For all exclusions, see the SLP policy. Here are a few key exclusions: (a) Loss arising out of an accident which occurs while Renter or AAD(s) is under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or other substances unless prescribed by a physician; (b) Loss arising out of bodily injury, death or property damage sustained by Renter or AAD(s) or any relative or family member of Renter or AAD(s) who resides in the same household; (c) Loss arising out of the operation of Vehicle by any driver who is not Renter or AAD(s); (d) Liability arising out of or benefits payable under any uninsured or underinsured motorist law, in any state; (e) Liability arising out of or benefits payable under any first party benefit law, medical payments, no-fault or any similar law to the foregoing, in any state; (f) Bodily injury, death to an employee or the spouse, child, parent, brother or sister of that employee, arising out of and in the course of employment by Renter or AAD(s); (g) Property damage to property transported or in the care, custody or control of Renter or AAD(s); (h) Damage to Vehicle; (i) Liability arising out of the use of Vehicle, which was obtained based on false, misleading or fraudulent information; (j) Loss arising out of the use of Vehicle when such use is otherwise in violation of the terms and conditions of the Agreement; (k) Bodily injury or property damage expected or intended from the standpoint of Renter or AADs. Report SLP Claims to: USAA 9800 Fredericksburg Road San Antonio, Texas 78288 Phone: 1-800-531-8722 Fax: 1-800-531-8669 19. Personal Accident Insurance (PAI) & Personal Effects Coverage (PEC). PURCHASE OF PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE (PAI) & PERSONAL EFFECTS COVERAGE (PEC) IS OPTIONAL AND NOT REQUIRED TO RENT A VEHICLE. THIS IS A SUMMARY ONLY AND IS SUBJECT TO ALL PROVISIONS, LIMITATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS OF THE PAI & PEC POLICIES. UPON REQUEST, A COPY OF THE POLICIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW. PAI & PEC MAY PROVIDE A DUPLICATION OF COVERAGE ALREADY FURNISHED BY A PERSONAL INSURANCE POLICY, COMPREHENSIVE HOMEOWNER’S OR TENANT’S POLICY OR SOME OTHER SOURCE. BENEFITS AVAILABLE UNDER THE PAI & PEC, HOWEVER, WILL BE PAID IN ADDITION TO THOSE RECEIVED FROM ANY OTHER SOURCE. EMPLOYEES, AGENTS OR ENDORSEES OF VEHICLE OWNER (AS DEFINED IN THE AGREEMENT) ARE NOT QUALIFIED TO EVALUATE THE ADEQUACY OF RENTER’S INSURANCE. PAI and PEC coverage will be provided by Empire Fire and Marine Insurance Company. PAI provides Renter and Renter’s passengers with Accidental Death, Accident Medical Expenses and Ambulance Expense benefits. PEC insures the personal effects of Renter, or any member of Renter’s immediate family who permanently resides in Renter’s household and who is traveling with Renter, against risks of loss or damage while in transit or in a building, (other than your personal residence) or locked in the Vehicle. PAI & PEC are available for an additional charge as stipulated on the Summary of the Agreement. “Renter” is the person who signs the Summary as Renter. PAI Benefits: Renter Passenger Accidental Death, Not to exceed $175,000 $17,500 Accident Medical Expenses, Not to exceed $2,500 $2,500 Accident Ambulance Expense, Not to exceed $250 $250 Accident Aggregate, not to exceed $225,000 per accident. The above PAI benefits for Renter apply to accidents during the Rental Period whether or not Renter is in Vehicle. Passengers are covered only for accidents occurring while they occupy Vehicle. Anyone other than Renter occupying or operating Vehicle shall be considered a “Passenger” for the purposes of PAI benefits. PEC Benefits: NOTE: PEC available at select locations. $750 per person; $2,500 maximum coverage for all covered individuals during the Rental Period. PEC benefits apply to personal effects belonging to Renter, or any member of Renter’s immediate family who permanently resides in Renter’s household and who is traveling with Renter, against risks of loss or damage while in transit or in a building, (other than your personal residence) or locked in the Vehicle. PAI & PEC Exclusions: PAI shall not cover any death or injury caused wholly or partly, directly or indirectly by suicide, attempted suicide, or self-inflicted injury; aircraft travel, except as a passenger in a licensed aircraft on a regularly scheduled flight; committing or attempting to commit a criminal offense; an accident which occurs while under the influence of alcohol or narcotics, unless prescribed by a physician; an accident which occurs while participating in a prearranged or organized race or testing of a vehicle; war or any act of war; or engagement in an illegal occupation; nor shall this insurance be in effect if Renter converts Vehicle or during any period Renter is in violation of the Agreement. Renter shall be deemed to have converted Vehicle whenever Vehicle is not returned to the Owner by the return date or by the extended return date. PEC shall not cover automobiles, automobile equipment, motorcycles, watercraft, motors, or other conveyances or their appurtenances, furniture, currency, coins, deeds, bullion, stamps, tickets, securities, documents, contact lenses, artificial teeth and limbs, perishables and animals. Loss or damage to property while actually being worked upon, or while in the care, custody or control of any common carrier are also not covered. THE POLICY DOES NOT COVER LOSS BY MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE. ALL LOSSES BY THEFT MUST BE REPORTED TO THE APPROPRIATE LAW ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITIES OR THEY WILL NOT BE COVERED. 20. Roadside Assistance Protection. When deciding whether or not to purchase ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE PROTECTION (RAP), you may wish to check to determine whether, you have other coverage or protection for such services. ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE PROTECTION IS NOT INSURANCE. THE PURCHASE OF ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE PROTECTION IS OPTIONAL AND NOT REQUIRED IN ORDER TO RENT A VEHICLE. Renter may purchase RAP from Owner for an additional fee. If Renter purchases RAP, Owner agrees to contractually waive Owner’s right to collect from Renter for the following services: (i) lost and damaged key replacement (including remote entry devices) except for rentals originating in CA, KS, MO, NY, or NV, (ii) flat tire replacement (if no inflated spare is available, Vehicle will be towed) but the cost of a replacement tire is not waived, (iii) lockout service (if keys are locked inside Vehicle), (iv) Vehicle jumpstart, and (v) fuel delivery for up to 3 gallons (or equivalent liters) of fuel if Vehicle is out of fuel. RAP does not waive any charges incurred in Mexico. 21. Collection and Use of Vehicle Data. Our vehicles may be equipped with technology that collects and transmits data from your rental vehicle. This may include information collected from event data recorders, global positioning devices, OnStar® systems, or any other similar technology. When installed and where permissible, this technology will enable us to collect and use information such as: (1) location information; (2) collision information; and (3) vehicle operation information, such as operational condition, mileage, tire pressure and fuel status, and other diagnostic and performance information. Once collected, this information may be combined with information you have provided us and used to generate safety, performance, and other similar information so that we can deliver better services. Our use of information collected from the rental vehicle may include sharing information with third parties such as service providers, partners, and as explained in our privacy policy. Our use of the information may also include storage of this information after the expiration of your rental agreement. You understand that renting the vehicle does not prohibit Enterprise, as vehicle owner, from obtaining and using data collected from the vehicle. For a more complete description of our privacy practices, please review our privacy policy, available at www.enterprise.com. 22. Headings. The headings of the numbered paragraphs of the Agreement are for convenience only, are not part of the Agreement and do not in any way limit, modify or amplify the terms and conditions of the Agreement. 23. Text & Call. By signing the Summary, Renter agrees to the Text & Call Terms and Conditions, and thereby provides express consent for Owner or Owner’s representative to contact Renter at the phone number(s) provided in connection with the Agreement to deliver, or cause to be delivered, informational or transactional outreach, including customer surveys, via live, prerecorded, or autodialed calls or texts. Renter’s consent to receiving these calls or texts is not a condition of any purchase or rental agreement. For questions about privacy, please see paragraph 26, below. 24. Choice of Law. All terms and conditions of the Agreement shall be interpreted, construed, and enforced pursuant to the law of the State where the Agreement is executed by Renter without giving effect to the conflict of laws and/or provisions of such State. 25. Dispute Resolution Provision - Mandatory Arbitration Agreement: RENTER AND OWNER EACH WAIVE THEIR RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL OR TO PARTICIPATE IN A CLASS ACTION PURSUANT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS. RENTER AND OWNER AGREE TO ARBITRATE ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, CONTROVERSIES OR DISPUTES OF ANY KIND (“CLAIMS”) AGAINST EACH OTHER ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING IN ANY WAY TO The Agreement, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, CLAIMS RELATING TO OWNER’S PRODUCTS AND SERVICES, CHARGES, ADVERTISINGS, OR RENTAL VEHICLES. FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROVISION, “RENTER” ALSO INCLUDES ANY AUTHORIZED DRIVER UNDER THE AGREEMENT, AND ANY OF RENTER’S AGENTS, BENEFICIARIES OR ASSIGNS, OR ANYONE ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE FOREGOING, AND “OWNER” ALSO INCLUDES ANY OF ITS EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, AFFILIATES, PARENTS, SUBSIDIARIES, BENEFICIARIES, ASSIGNS, AND VENDORS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ITS SERVICE PROVIDERS AND MARKETING PARTNERS. RENTER AND OWNER AGREE THAT NO CLAIMS WILL BE PURSUED OR RESOLVED AS PART OF A CLASS ACTION, PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL OR OTHER REPRESENTATIVE ACTION OR PROCEEDING, THAT NO ARBITRATION FORUM WILL HAVE JURISDICTION TO DECIDE ANY CLAIMS ON A CLASS-WIDE, COLLECTIVE, OR CONSOLIDATED BASIS, AND THAT NO RULES OR OTHER PROCEDURES FOR CLASS-WIDE OR COLLECTIVE ARBITRATION WILL APPLY. This Dispute Resolution Provision is to be broadly interpreted and applies to all Claims based in contract, tort, statute, or any other legal theory, and all Claims that arose prior to or after termination of the Rental Period. However, the parties agree that either party may bring an individual action in a small claims court with valid jurisdiction, provided that the action remains in that court (other than any appeal of the small claims court ruling), is made on behalf of or against Renter only and is not made part of a class action, private attorney general action or other representative or collective action. The parties also agree that claims against or by a third-party insurance company ostensibly providing coverage to Renter or any AAD or the application of Owner’s financial responsibility relating to the use or operation of Vehicle may be brought in a court with valid jurisdiction. (1) Procedure. A party must send a written Notice of Dispute (“Notice”) describing (a) the nature and basis of the claim; and (b) the relief sought, to the other party. The Notice to Owner should be addressed to: CT Corporation, 208 S LaSalle, Suite 814, Chicago, IL 60604 (“Notice Address”). If Owner and Renter do not resolve the claim within thirty (30) days after the Notice is received, a party may commence an arbitration by filing a demand for arbitration with the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) pursuant to its Consumer Arbitration Rules. Claims will be resolved pursuant to the AAA’s Consumer Arbitration Rules in effect at the time of the demand, as modified by the Agreement. However, a single arbitrator will be selected according to AAA’s Commercial Arbitration Rules. The arbitrator will conduct hearings, if any, by teleconference or videoconference, rather than by personal appearances, unless the arbitrator determines upon request by Renter or by Owner that an in-person hearing is appropriate. Any in-person appearances will be held at a location which is reasonably convenient to both parties with due consideration of their ability to travel and other pertinent circumstances. If the parties are unable to agree on a location, such determination should be made by the AAA or by the arbitrator. The AAA rules are available online at www.adr.org. Except as required by law, neither a party nor an arbitrator may disclose the existence, content or results of any dispute or arbitration hereunder without the prior written consent of both parties. (2) Arbitrator’s Authority: The arbitrator is bound by the Agreement, the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) and AAA’s Consumer Arbitration Rules. The arbitrator has no authority to join or consolidate claims, or adjudicate joined and consolidated claims. The arbitrator has exclusive authority to resolve any dispute relating to the scope, interpretation, applicability, enforceability or formation of the Agreement, including whether it is void. The parties agree that the arbitrator’s decision and award will be final and binding and may be confirmed or challenged in any court with jurisdiction as permitted under the FAA. The arbitrator can award the same damages and relief as a court, but only in favor of an individual party and for a party’s individual claim. (3) Arbitration Costs: Renter will be responsible for his/her share of any arbitration fees (e.g., filing, administrative, etc.), but only up to the amount of filing fees Renter would incur if the claims were filed in court. Owner will be responsible for all additional arbitration fees. Renter is responsible for all other costs/fees that it incurs in arbitration, e.g., fees for attorneys, expert witnesses, etc. Renter will not be required to reimburse Owner for any fees unless the arbitrator finds that the substance of Renter’s claim(s) or the relief sought is frivolous. If the arbitrator makes such a finding, AAA Rules will govern the payment of all fees, and Owner may seek reasonable attorney’s fees. Owner will pay all fees and costs it is required by law to pay. 26. Customer Privacy. The information you provide to Owner is stored and used in accordance with the Owner’s discretion. The customer may request a copy of the entire contact per request. This contract consists of 7 pages. Pro Rentals 508, LLC owns all rights to names and marks. NO SMOKING, PETS (Service Animals Excluded), or OFF-ROADING. Late Fee is $25, 15 minute return grace period. Additional $25 late fee included with daily rental rate per day. THE CUSTOMER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL EXPENSES, FINES, TICKETS, TOLLS, AND OTHER COSTS DURING THE RENTAL PERIOD, INCLUDING ANY EXTENDED RENTAL PERIODS. THE SECURITY DEPOSIT WILL TAKE 2-3 BUSINESS DAYS TO RETURN, IF NO ISSUES OCCUR. MAY BE LONGER IS ISSUES ARISE. CUSTOMER FORFEITS ENTIRE DEPOSIT IF THEY VIOLATE ANY OF THE AGREEMENT. The Customer agrees to indemnify the owner of the boat or vessel, and any agents acting for the Owner with written consent. The Customer and members who board as guests of the Customer agree to remain liable for any and all loss of damage to the boat/vessel, damage to property, loss of life or long term disability, and any other valuables or intangible items.

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