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All vehicles come with ICBC Commercial Renters Auto Insurance. This policy includes $5,000,000 third party liability, comprehensive insurance for fire, theft, vandalism and windshield at a deductible of $500 and collision insurance at a deductible of $1,000.
Approved drivers are covered on the FarOut insurance policy however drivers are fully liable for the insurance deductible. The Excess for the policy is broken down as follows.
Comprehensive – $500 deductible covers loss or damage to the vehicle from:
Theft and vandalism
Fire, earthquake, explosion
Falling or flying objects such as a rock or gravel hitting your windshield
Hitting a domestic or wild animal
Weather—lightning, windstorm, hail, rising water
Collision – $1000 deductible covers loss or damage to the vehicle from collision with another vehicle, object or the surface of the road.
The insurance policy does not cover loss or damage to the vehicle from:
Use of vehicle outside of the rental agreement and terms and conditions
Use of vehicle other than by the approved drivers
In such cases the insurance is void the renter is liable for the full cost. Any cost associated with the theft, loss or damage of the equipment is borne by the renter.
Roadside assistance is provided on all paved roads. On un-paved roads you have access to the SPOT Save Our Vehicle Support Service. If you have taken the vehicle off-road completely you are liable for all assistance and recovery.
To drive in BC you must have a valid driver’s licence, the vehicle you are driving must be licenced and insured and you must know and follow the rules of the road.
If you are a visitor, you can drive in BC for up to six months with a valid driver’s licence from your country. If you have an International Driving Permit, you must also carry the accompanying foreign licence.
NO! You are on an overland adventure and we want you to have the freedom to explore as far as your curiosity takes you. So take that alternative route, explore that other logging road. That’s where the adventure really begins.