We only take payment by card, no cash option. When placing the booking, you must use the address to which the card is registered, if they do not match we will not accept the booking. In some instances, before the booking is confirmed, we will ask you to send us a photo of your drivers licence with the address clearly visible, or a photo of your passport. If you are unable to provide these, we will not be able to confirm the booking.
We do not request a security deposit, but by placing the booking, you agree to us charging your card for any damage sustained during your rental period up to the replacement value of the box.
Once the box is returned, we will inspect it and notify you of any damage. Please ensure you take plenty of photos of the box before returning it to the locker in case of a dispute.
We know bike boxes can sustain a certain level of cosmetic damage during regular use. If all our box suffers while in your care is the odd scrape or scratch, no problem, we will not make a charge.
Includes but isn't limited to broken clasps, damaged wheels, torn or missing padding, lost or damaged support struts, detached or missing straps. In these instances, we will first obtain a repair quotation, present the quote to you, then effect the repair. All costs, including any shipping, will be charged to your card.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD YOU ATTEMPT TO REPAIR ANY DAMAGE YOURSELF.
If the case is damaged beyond what is economically repairable, we will charge your card with the full replacement cost, including shipping.
Unrepairable damage includes but isn't limited to cracked, dented, crushed or punctured shell, snapped hinge.
PLEASE NOTE: If the damaged occurred while the box was in the possession of a third party (airline, bus company, private hire etc.) we will work with you to effect an insurance claim, but we WILL NOT claim on your behalf.
If the box is not returned to us for any reason, we will charge your card with the full replacement cost, including shipping.
ANY LEGAL COSTS INCURRED BY US TO RECOVER ADDITIONAL MONIES FROM THE HIRER AS LAID OUT ABOVE WILL BE PASSED TO THE HIRER, INCLUDING ANY REASONABLE FEES.
Late returns will be charged at the regular additional day rate for the first two days, then at £15 per day after that.
We offer the following refunds in the event of a cancellation;
We accept no responsibility whatsoever for any loss or damage incurred to you, your bike or any third party directly or indirectly resulting from the use of our bike box, no matter how well or poorly the bike is packed, in accordance with our video guide above or not.
We also do not accept any liability in respect of any train company, airline, airport, handlers or any other carrier or their agent's refusal to accept the bike box for transportation for whatever reason.
We do not guarantee your bike will fit in the box and do not offer refunds on this basis. If in doubt, check dimensions first!
We've avoided legal jargon and covering every minute detail down to the nth degree. Instead, we've focused on what we consider to be the essential stuff and answering some of the real world questions you might have.
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If we suspect any abuses of this requirement (multiple requests in a short space of time etc.), we reserve the right to refuse.
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