How it works-departure/return-insurance claims
Side By Side Share
Pre Arrival Checklist
Here’s a handy list of tasks to complete before the arrival of your renters:
Just like you would not expect to rent a dirty car, your renters do not expect to rent dirty UTVs or ATVs. So please make sure the exterior of your UTV OR ATV has been thoroughly cleaned before the arrival of your travelers. Remember, the cleaner your UTV OR ATV, the better your review will be!
Just like the exterior, the interior of the UTV should be as clean as possible. (ATVs don’t really have an interior, but the point still applies.) No one really likes to check-in to a dirty room. Make sure the interior of your UTV has been meticulously cleaned before the arrival of your guests.
Tires are super important on the road, so give every single tire a thorough inspection. Keep in mind that tires rot from the inside out. Whatever damage you see on the outside is far worse on the inside. You should check the tires for:
✓ Tread Depth
✓ Proper Inflation
Never allow a rental to occur if there is an unresolved tire issue. Any tires in question must be replaced. Do not rent your UTV OR ATV or transport trailer if its tires are old. Trailer tires can cause major damage to the trailer, vehicles nearby, or even cause an accident if a blow out occurs. So please be extremely diligent in maintaining the quality of your tires. Thank you.
You must adhere to a regular maintenance schedule for your UTV OR ATV or transport trailer. If you do not already, you should begin routine maintenance prior to the arrival of your guests. An easy way to do this is to take your UTV OR ATV or transport trailer to a dealership or service professional and have it serviced.
Check all fluid levels in your UTV OR ATV:
✓ Transmission Fluid
✓ Brake Fluid
✓ Radiator Fluid
Check all lights and signals on your UTV OR ATV or transport trailer:
✓ Driving Lights
✓ Head Lights
✓ High Beam Lights
✓ Rear Driving Lights
✓ Brake Lights
✓ Front Turn Signals
✓ Rear Turn Signals
Take your UTV OR ATV or travel trailer on a test drive to check for observable issues and to ensure the unit is ready for travel. Drive the UTV OR ATV at a range of speeds . Look out for any noises, vibrations, smells, or other signals that there is an issue with the unit.
Do not allow a rental to occur if you suspect any type of problem with your unit.
Get all the necessary paperwork printed out and ready. This includes your Rental Agreement, Side By Side Share terms & Conditions, Departure Form, Liability Waiver Form, as well as any additional contracts or forms you will want signed.
Make Adequate Time For A Walkthrough & Send Off
It’s best if your travelers never feel rushed when they come to pick up your UTV OR ATV. Be sure to schedule adequate time on the day of departure for a thorough walkthrough, proper instructions, a test drive, and time to answer all questions and handle paperwork. That guarantees the best results for both you and them! Thank you.