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REGULATIONS

RULES AND REGULATIONS

I. General provisions
1. The provisions of this regulation apply to the services provided by the Rental – The Ride Side Ltd. based in Kościelisko, which consist of renting off-road vehicles such as quads, snowmobiles, buggies, and regulate in particular the rules for providing these services, the rights, and obligations of the Renters.
2. Definitions:
a. Rental, hereinafter referred to as the Lessor – The Ride Side Limited Liability Company with its registered office at 34-511 Kościelisko, ul. Nędzy Kubińca 133 registered in the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for Kraków – Śródmieście in Kraków, XII Economic Department of the National Court Register under the KRS number: 0000998974 NIP:7361742123
b. Renter, hereinafter referred to as the Lessee – any person who has entered into an agreement with the Rental, the subject of which is the rental of a Vehicle.
c. Vehicle, the subject of the agreement – quad, UTV, off-road vehicle, snowmobile, or other vehicle available in the Rental’s offer.

3. Before renting a vehicle, the Lessee is obliged to sign a statement declaring that they rent the vehicle at their own risk and will not seek compensation from the Lessor in case of injury, and they bear full responsibility for any damage to the vehicle and third parties.
4. At the time of issuing the Vehicle, the Lessee is obliged to familiarize themselves with its condition. The Lessee is obliged to report any reservations regarding the condition of the vehicle, as well as information about any noticed defects or deficiencies to the Rental immediately.
5. By making a reservation, the Lessee reserves the rental service for a specific day and time, where the agreement indicates the day of service provision. Therefore, based on Article 3, point 8, item 1 and 2 of the Consumer Rights Act, the Lessee is not entitled to the right of withdrawal from the contract. The Lessee also does not have the right to withdraw from the contract under Article 2, item 7 of the Consumer Rights Act.

II. Vehicle usage rules and safety rules
1. Before issuing the Vehicle, every Lessee is obliged to familiarize themselves with the safety rules for using the vehicle.
2. The Lessee is obliged to maintain a safe distance between other vehicles while driving and during stops.
3. The Lessee is obliged to firmly grip the steering wheel and balance their body while driving to maintain a safe trajectory.

4. During the drive, the Lessee must keep both hands on the steering wheel at all times, meaning that no activities that prevent the driver from operating the vehicle with both hands, such as using a phone, taking pictures, etc., are allowed.
5. The Lessee is obliged to drive the Vehicle at a speed not exceeding 20 km/h outside public roads and strictly prohibited from overtaking other Vehicles.
6. In the event of any dangerous situations, such as the Lessee losing control of the Vehicle, any malfunction or defects of the Vehicle, collision with a tree, bush or another vehicle, overturning of the Vehicle, or veering off the track, they must immediately stop, turn off the Vehicle’s engine, and contact the Rental.

III. SAFETY RULES AND LESSOR’S LIABILITY
1. The Lessee declares that they are aware that from the moment the Vehicle is handed over to them, they are responsible for any damages to the Vehicle to the extent that they arise from their fault, particularly due to improper use of the Vehicle – i.e., in a manner violating any usage rules and safety rules specified in the provisions of point II of this regulation.
2. The Vehicles are not insured against damages and destruction, of which the Lessee is aware.
3. In the event of improper use of the Vehicle by the Lessee or failure to comply with the rules for using the Vehicle or safety rules by them, the Rental has the right to terminate the agreement with such Lessee immediately.
4. The Lessee must be at least 18 years old and hold a driving license to drive a car (Category B or B1).
5. Before issuing the Vehicle, the Rental may request the Lessee to present their identity document.
6. Each Lessee is personally liable in the event of a traffic control according to the provisions of the Road Traffic Code, also regarding driving the Vehicle under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicating substances.
7. Only two persons can ride in one vehicle. The Lessee bears full responsibility (material and legal) for safety and any damages (accident, collision, submersion, flooding), as well as for any potential injuries to the driver and passenger caused by non-compliance with the Road Traffic Code, Criminal Law, and Civil Law.
8. Only the person specified in the agreement can use the Vehicle.
9. All fees are set for renting for a specified period and will not take into account the actual working time of the Vehicles.
10. The price includes: Vehicle usage, fuel.
11. The Rental reserves the right to change the rental period; however, in such a case, the Lessees, being consumers, have the right to resign and demand a refund of the price paid in cash or vouchers.

12. In the case of individuals showing signs of alcohol consumption or any other psychoactive substances, the Rental has the right to retain the vehicle and terminate the agreement, without refunding the fees paid. (In addition, a representative of the rental company has the right to test the lessee with a breathalyzer).
13. The Lessee is additionally obliged to pay all fines or other penalties resulting from the violation of legal regulations and fees related to the current use (parking fees, tolls, etc.).
14. The Lessee is responsible for their personal belongings located in the Vehicle during the rental period.
15. Immediately before starting the drive with the Vehicle, the Lessee is obliged to wear a helmet on their head and use it throughout the entire duration of the drive with the Vehicle.
16. At the end of the rental period, the Lessee is obliged to return the Vehicle to the Rental in an undamaged condition, excluding any wear and tear resulting from the proper use of the Vehicle, i.e., especially in accordance with its intended use. The Lessee is responsible for any missing parts or equipment of the Vehicle determined by the Rental after the end of the rental period, as well as for any damages incurred by the Rental due to improper use of the Vehicle by the Lessee, arising from their fault.

17. In the event mentioned above, a vehicle inspection report will be drawn up, specifying the scope of deficiencies or damages to the Vehicle, and an assessment of the damages will be made based on the knowledge and experience of the Rental’s employee and chief mechanic, as well as the official price list of the Vehicle manufacturer.
18. In case of refusal to sign the protocol mentioned above by the Lessee, this protocol will be signed solely by a person representing the Rental; then, in case of disagreement between the parties, the matter will be referred to court.
19. Immediately after the return of the Vehicle by the Lessee, the Rental reserves the right to charge the Lessee for the costs of repairing the determined damages to the Vehicle, especially but not limited to: bent or broken bodywork elements, broken lamps, wheel damage, interior

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