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Terms and conditions of Bikepark equipment rentals for EU citizens and non-EU citizens

Terms and conditions of Bikepark equipment rentals for EU citizens

The Finnish Ski Area Association (FSAA) and the Finnish Consumer Ombudsman have negotiated the following terms and conditions for Bikepark equipment rentals. The Consumer Ombudsman approved these terms and conditions on 31 December 2010. These terms and conditions were revised on 18 October 2019.

1. SCOPE OF APPLICATION

1.1. These terms and conditions apply to consumers (“renters”) and Bikepark rentals at member resorts of the Finnish Ski Area Association (FSAA) and their personnel.

2. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE RENTAL SERVICE PROVIDER

2.1 The rental service provider is responsible for ensuring that the equipment rented from the rental for a fee is in good condition.

2.2 The rental service provider is not responsible for any damage resulting from a factor outside its scope of influence or from an incident which the rental service provider cannot reasonably have taken into consideration in the provision of rental services.

3. RENTAL AGREEMENT

3.1 A rental agreement must be made in writing, including at least the following information:

3.1.1 Name and contact details of the rental service provider and Bikepark

3.1.1 The name, address and telephone number of the renter

3.1.3 The equipment rented

3.1.4 Any wear and defects in the rented equipment

3.1.5 Rental period

3.1.5 Rental fee

3.1.7 Approvals of the rental service provider and renter

3.1.8 Reference to applicable general terms and conditions

3.2 With regard to groups, a single agreement may be prepared for the entire group. The agreement must indicate at least the name and contact details of the rental service provider and resort, and the name of each renter. The group leader’s information shall be entered as the renter’s personal and contact details. The agreement shall be signed by the group leader on behalf of all renters. In addition, the rental period and rental fee must be indicated in the agreement.

4. VERIFYING THE RENTER’S IDENTITY

4.1 The renter is obligated to prove their identity.

5. USING RENTAL EQUIPMENT

5.1 Having accepted the rental agreement, the renter shall have the right to use the rental equipment personally on open tracks conditioned for bicycling, in bicycling locations and on other bicycle routes within the resort’s area. The renter may not transfer the rental equipment to other persons or carry them outside the resort unless otherwise agreed.

6. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE RENTER AND THE RENTAL SERVICE PROVIDER

6.1 The renter is obligated to handle the rental equipment with care and to ensure that it is not damaged or misplaced.

6.2 No markings may be made on the rental equipment, and no parts may be removed or detached.

6.3 If the equipment requires repairs, the renter must bring it to the rental service provider.

6.4 The rental service provider is responsible for ensuring that rented helmets meet the statutory requirements set for personal protective equipment.

7. MEASURES TO BE TAKEN IN THE EVENT OF EQUIPMENT FAULTS, DAMAGE AND THEFT

7.1 The renter is obligated to immediately notify the rental service provider of any misplaced or destroyed equipment, damage to equipment and/or faults in equipment.

7.2 The renter must report any theft to the police.

8. THE RENTER’S LIABILITY TO PAY COMPENSATION

8.1 The renter is obligated to pay compensation for any misplaced or damaged rental equipment in accordance with the current value of the equipment unless they are able to prove that they took proper care of the equipment.

8.2 The rental service provider must notify the renter of any damage observed by means of a visual inspection when returning the equipment, or immediately after the rental service provider has identified any damage. The renter is obligated to pay compensation as follows:

8.2.1 Repair costs for damaged equipment or parts in accordance with the maintenance price list, and spare parts in accordance with the purchase price

8.2.2 Unrepairable or misplaced rental equipment in accordance with the current value

8.2.3 The renter is not separately obligated to pay compensation for any normal wear.

9. RENT

9.1 The rent shall be paid when renting or returning the rental equipment.

9.2 The rental fee is based on the rental time or a pre-defined price, indicated in the price list and entered in the rental agreement.

10. RETURNING THE RENTAL EQUIPMENT

10.1 The rental equipment must be returned no later than at the end of the rental period.

10.2 If the renter wants to extend the rental period, this must be agreed with the rental service provider before the end of the rental period.

10.3 If the renter returns the rental equipment late, the rental service provider may collect an extra rent until the return of the equipment.

11. LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE CAUSED TO THE RENTER OR A THIRD PARTY

11.1 By accepting the rental agreement, the renter confirms that they are aware of the risks associated with the specific activity and the rental equipment.

11.2 The rental service provider is responsible for any injuries suffered by the renter or third parties resulting from the use of the rental equipment for the proper purpose if the rental service provider

11.2.1 has caused the injuries through its own activities;

11.2.2 given equipment to the renter that is not suitable for the renter in accordance with information provided by the renter.

11.3 Otherwise, the renter is responsible for any injuries caused by their activities to the renter or third parties in accordance with general compensation liability principles and laws.

12. DISPUTES

12.1 Any disputes shall primarily be settled in mutual negotiations between the renter and the rental service provider. If the parties are unable to negotiate a settlement, the renter may refer the case to the Consumer Disputes Board (www.kuluttajariita.fi/en) or to the district court of their place of residence. Before the case can be referred to the Consumer Disputes Board, the renter must contact the Consumer Advisory Services (www.kkv.fi/en/consumer-advice) of the Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority (FCCA). If the rental service provider takes legal action, the place of jurisdiction must be the district court of the renter’s place of residence within the EU.

If there are any disputes, the terms and conditions in their original language shall apply.

 

Terms and conditions of Bikepark equipment rentals for non-EU citizens

1. SCOPE OF APPLICATION

1.1. These terms and conditions apply to consumers (“renters”) and Bikepark rentals at member resorts of the Finnish Ski Area Association (FSAA) and their personnel.

2. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE RENTAL SERVICE PROVIDER

2.1 The rental service provider is responsible for ensuring that the equipment rented from the rental for a fee is in good condition.

2.2 The rental service provider is not responsible for any damage resulting from a factor outside its scope of influence or from an incident which the rental service provider cannot reasonably have taken into consideration in the provision of rental services.

3. RENTAL AGREEMENT

3.1 A rental agreement must be made in writing, including at least the following information:

3.1.1 Name and contact details of the rental service provider and Bikepark

3.1.1 The name, address and telephone number of the renter

3.1.3 The equipment rented

3.1.4 Any wear and defects in the rented equipment

3.1.5 Rental period

3.1.5 Rental fee

3.1.7 Approvals of the rental service provider and renter

3.1.8 Reference to applicable general terms and conditions

3.2 With regard to groups, a single agreement may be prepared for the entire group. The agreement must indicate at least the name and contact details of the rental service provider and resort, and the name of each renter. The group leader’s information shall be entered as the renter’s personal and contact details. The agreement shall be signed by the group leader on behalf of all renters. In addition, the rental period and rental fee must be indicated in the agreement.

4. VERIFYING THE RENTER’S IDENTITY

4.1 The renter is obligated to prove their identity.

5. USING RENTAL EQUIPMENT

5.1 Having accepted the rental agreement, the renter shall have the right to use the rental equipment personally on open tracks conditioned for bicycling, in bicycling locations and on other bicycle routes within the resort’s area. The renter may not transfer the rental equipment to other persons or carry them outside the resort unless otherwise agreed.

6. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE RENTER AND THE RENTAL SERVICE PROVIDER

6.1 The renter is obligated to handle the rental equipment with care and to ensure that it is not damaged or misplaced.

6.2 No markings may be made on the rental equipment, and no parts may be removed or detached.

6.3 If the equipment requires repairs, the renter must bring it to the rental service provider.

6.4 The rental service provider is responsible for ensuring that rented helmets meet the statutory requirements set for personal protective equipment.

7. MEASURES TO BE TAKEN IN THE EVENT OF EQUIPMENT FAULTS, DAMAGE AND THEFT

7.1 The renter is obligated to immediately notify the rental service provider of any misplaced or destroyed equipment, damage to equipment and/or faults in equipment.

7.2 The renter must report any theft to the police.

8. THE RENTER’S LIABILITY TO PAY COMPENSATION

8.1 The renter is obligated to pay compensation for any misplaced or damaged rental equipment in accordance with the current value of the equipment unless they are able to prove that they took proper care of the equipment.

8.2 The rental service provider must notify the renter of any damage observed by means of a visual inspection when returning the equipment, or immediately after the rental service provider has identified any damage. The renter is obligated to pay compensation as follows:

8.2.1 Repair costs for damaged equipment or parts in accordance with the maintenance price list, and spare parts in accordance with the purchase price

8.2.2 Unrepairable or misplaced rental equipment in accordance with the current value

8.2.3 The renter is not separately obligated to pay compensation for any normal wear.

9. RENT

9.1 The rent shall be paid when renting or returning the rental equipment.

9.2 The rental fee is based on the rental time or a pre-defined price, indicated in the price list and entered in the rental agreement.

10. RETURNING THE RENTAL EQUIPMENT

10.1 The rental equipment must be returned no later than at the end of the rental period.

10.2 If the renter wants to extend the rental period, this must be agreed with the rental service provider before the end of the rental period.

10.3 If the renter returns the rental equipment late, the rental service provider may collect an extra rent until the return of the equipment.

11. LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE CAUSED TO THE RENTER OR A THIRD PARTY

11.1 By accepting the rental agreement, the renter confirms that they are aware of the risks associated with the specific activity and the rental equipment.

11.2 The rental service provider is responsible for any injuries suffered by the renter or third parties resulting from the use of the rental equipment for the proper purpose if the rental service provider

11.2.1 has caused the injuries through its own activities;

11.2.2 given equipment to the renter that is not suitable for the renter in accordance with information provided by the renter.

11.3 Otherwise, the renter is responsible for any injuries caused by their activities to the renter or third parties in accordance with general compensation liability principles and laws.

12. DISPUTES

12.1 Any disputes shall primarily be settled in mutual negotiations between the renter and the rental service provider. Any disputes between the resort and a consumer whose place of residence is outside the EU must be settled in the district court of the service provider’s domicile.

If there are any disputes, the terms and conditions in their original language shall apply.