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Terms and Conditions



 On arrival you will be given a copy of the Scooter Rental Agreement and the Terms and Conditions for you to sign and date and to give any emergency contact details.

 Terms & Conditions

1. HOLIDAY INSURANCE  We strongly recommend that each traveller is fully protected with a specific active travel insurance.

Not all holiday insurance includes cover for activities or for riding on a scooter, so please check out your own travel policy.    Just in case of an emergency, there is a hospital in Huercal-Overa.  Please bring your insurance documentation with you.


2.1  A contract shall come into effect between you and us upon receipt by us of the relevant deposit or, in the case of a late booking, upon receipt of full payment of the holiday.

2.2 A deposit of 25% of the full cost of your holiday is payable upon your confirmation to proceed with the booking of your holiday.

2.3 Bookings will be confirmed on receipt of the appropriate deposit or, if appropriate, full payment. Upon receipt of the appropriate payment we will send you written confirmation of your booking, detailing the total cost of your holiday, the amount paid and, where necessary, how much remains to be paid.


3.1 All prices we quote are inclusive of our handling fees and VAT and, where published, are correct at the time of publication.

3.2 If you cancel your booking

Any cancellation must be notified to us in writing/email and will only be effective upon receipt of such written notification.

Cancellation Charges:

  • Administration expenses: from 60€ per booking.
  • Cancellation charge consisting of the administration charges plus: 5% of the total cost of the booking if the cancellation is between fifteen and ten days of the holiday start date. 15% of the total price between days nine and three and 25% of the total price in the last 48 hours before the start date. In the event of not appearing for the holiday, 100% of the cost of the holiday will be due.

Depending on the reasons of your cancellation, you may be able to reclaim these cancellation charges from your insurance company, if you have taken travel insurance.

3.3 If you alter your booking

If you wish to alter your booking (e.g. change the dates of your holiday), we will use all our reasonable efforts to comply with your request. If you decide to change your holiday in any way once it has commenced (eg change accommodation or the duration of your stay) we accept no liability for any loss, damage, or additional expense and we cannot guarantee a refund of any costs already paid by you.

3.4 If we cancel your booking

In exceptional circumstances we may find it necessary to cancel your booking and if so, we shall make all reasonable efforts to offer a suitable alternative. If this is not acceptable we will refund your deposit, and any other sum you have paid to us which shall constitute full resettlement.

3.4 If we alter your booking

If it is necessary to alter the confirmed itinerary before departure, we shall use all reasonable efforts to notify you as soon as possible and make alternative arrangements. If this is not acceptable we will refund your deposit, and any other sum you have paid to us which shall constitute full resettlement.

3.5 Force Majeure

We regret that we cannot accept liability for any loss, damage or additional expense where the booking needs to be altered or cancelled or we are unable to perform our contractual obligations as a result of events of “force majeure”. In these booking conditions “force majeure” means any event which could not have been reasonably foreseen, or the consequences could not have been reasonably avoided, by us. Such events may include, war or threat of war, civil strife, terrorist activity, industrial dispute, natural and man-made disaster, fire, adverse weather conditions and all similar events outside our control.

4. Liability

We use all reasonable efforts to try and ensure that the vacations offered by us are properly arranged and that the suppliers of the services in the holiday maintain reasonable standards. We accept responsibility to take reasonable care in the organizational aspects of the holiday.

Considering the particular nature of our holidays, while taking part in activities, each participant must comply with the advice and instructions given. We cannot be held responsible for incidents, accidents or personal injury that could result from foolhardy personal initiatives or inadequate physical condition. We are specifically not liable for any events outside of our control or if there has been no default or neglect by us and in no event shall we be liable for any special, indirect or consequential loss, including loss of profit. This limitation does not apply to fatal or other personal injury resulting from our negligence or that of our employees. We strongly recommend that all clients obtain appropriate travel and personal insurance cover.

5. Complaints

We do not expect and certainly do not want dissatisfied customers, but in the event that you are not entirely satisfied with the service offered, you should complete an entry in the Complaints Book. and please notify any complaint to our office as soon as possible. We shall use all reasonable efforts to rectify the complaint as quickly as possible. If the cause of your dissatisfaction cannot be resolved during the holiday period, you should contact us in writing within 14 days of returning from holiday and we will use all reasonable efforts to resolve the matter.

6. Law and Jurisdiction

The present General Conditions are subject to the following Spanish legislation: Law 21/1995, of 6 of July, of Combined Holidays (B.O.E. 7-7-1995), Law 7/1998, of 13 of April, about General Conditions of Contracts (14-4-98) and Law 26/1984, of 19 of July, Consumer and User Right (B.O.E. 24-7-84) and other dispositions in place. These conditions and terms of contract and all matters arising therefrom are subject to Spanish Law and to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Spanish courts.

 7. What is required to hire the Vehicle?

  1. Driver’s License:
  • Motorbike License (A) NOT CBT.


  • Ordinary Car Driving License (B), for more than three years.

7.1 Who can drive the scooter?

Under Spanish Law, any person with 3 years of experience with an ordinary driving license (B) is authorized to drive motorcycles up to 125cc.

In all instances, you must be over 26 years old and if you don’t have a motorbike license you must have at least 3 years experience with an ordinary drivers license.

The process of handing over of the scooter is done explaining how the vehicle works but it cannot be considered a training process and we cannot take responsibility over the ability of the driver to handle the vehicle.

We recommend drivers to have some experience driving a 125 cc scooter or a motorbike before coming on holiday to ensure that they are confident and capable.

7.2 What does the Motor Insurance cover?

  • Third party claims.
  • Personal injury to the driver and passenger .
  • Roadside assistance.

7.3   What is not covered?

In case of driving under the effects of alcohol or drugs, or if it is driven by any unauthorized person, it will invalidate the insurance.

Loss of personal objects is not covered by the insurance.

Travel and accommodation costs incurred by disruption of normal travel plans, due to an accident.

 8.       Responsibility for damage to the scooter

We expect to receive the scooter in the same conditions as we give it to you, so will require details of a credit card in advance, in order to cover any damage to the Scooter while it is being used by you.

9.        Fuel

Scooters will be received with a full tank of petrol and will be expected to be handed back with a full tank.   The cost of fuel is not inluded in the cost.   Average consumption during the week's tour is approximatley 20 euros.


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