Cabin Campers Terms and Conditions for booking after 1st of March 2024. (Made easier and based on industry standards)
Cabin Campers AS is a small company with a very big heart. Although we have a comprehensive terms and condition agreement found in the pages below, please remember that our wish is for you to have an enjoyable adventure with our campervans. We will to the extent possible use common sense and common decency when that is a better option for you as our customer, than the terms and conditions listed below. We are flexible and adaptable to situations or events that are unlikely but may still arise and will always strive to find the best possible solution. However, as a registered company with legal and other requirements, it is necessary for us to protect both our own company and you as our customer through the specific terms and conditions listed below. If you have any questions, please contact us.
These Terms & Conditions are for all rental bookings throughout Norway.
The rental applies to the campervan mentioned on the face of this agreement in the time period specified. The campervan must be returned at the latest at the agreed time.
The Renter bears full responsibility for the campervan until the campervan is returned in accordance with clause 2.
Final damage check by Cabin Campers is only to be considered performed after Cabin Campers has had the campervan washed. Cabin Campers is not bound to a special deadline for this, but will strive to have a damage check performed no later than 48 hours (2 days) after the campervan has been returned. The time runs within the regular opening hours of the rental station. When returning the campervan outside the Cabin Campers’s own rental station, e.g. upon return to a workshop, a company or other address, a time of 48 hours (2 days) will first run from the time the campervan arrives at Cabin Campers’s own rental station within the rental station’s regular opening hours. If the Cabin Campers can document with time-bound photos that the damage has occurred during a particular tenancy, claims for damages can be made at any time after the tenancy, however, no later than 6 months after the end of the tenancy.
If there are reasonable grounds, Cabin Campers may demand the return of the campervan at an earlier date than agreed.
The renter can demand the reason stated without this affecting the obligation to return the campervan. The tenancy can be extended by prior agreement with the Cabin Campers.
Cabin Campers has the right to pick up the campervan after the expiry of the agreed rental period; Chapter 13 of the Enforcement Act(Tvangsfullbyrdelseslovens); § 13-1. The costs associated with this are covered by the renter. In case of exceeding the agreed return date or other gross breach of The rental conditions, any discount, insurance or special agreement may be cancelled by Cabin Campers.
During the rental period and until the campervan is returned to Cabin Campers, the renter bears all responsibility for the campervan and its use.
The renter is obliged to pay the following:
I agree that tolls, ferry passes and other additional costs may be charged to my credit card.
12.If, in the event of damage, the renter has acted negligently, has breached the lease terms or the Road Traffic Act, he may have to pay a larger part of the damage than the agreed user fee indicates.
13.In the event of intent, gross negligence or gross breach of rental terms or the Road Traffic Act, the renter will have to be fully financially responsible for the damage.
14.Cabin Campers’s expenses for recovery of the renter’s obligations, including all legal fees for recovery of such amounts. In the event of late payment, interest on late payment shall accrue pursuant to the Act relating to interest on late payment of 17 December 1976, from the due date until payment is made.
3.1. Duty to investigate
The renter is obliged as far as possible to examine the campervan immediately after this has been presented to the renter and take at least one photo from each side of the car in order to document any damage to the car before it is put into use. This should also be carried out when the tenancy has ended, preferably also with a picture of the km stand and receipt for refuelled. The renter is obliged to familiarize himself with the rules that apply to the rented campervan in particular and Norwegian traffic rules in general. Foreign renters have a special duty to familiarise themselves with relevant driving licence regulations and rules with regard to alcohol/drug use and traffic.
3.2. Maintenance obligation
During the rental period, the renter must ensure that the campervan is maintained with regard to lubricating oils, cooling water, tyre pressure and the like. In case of doubt about maintenance, the Cabin Campers must be contacted.
3.3. Obligations with regard to the use of the campervan
The Renter is obliged to treat and use the campervan in a proper manner, and not:
Damages arising from the points mentioned above under 3.3.1-19 are not covered by the agreed self-risk limitation.
Our rental cars may have tracking equipment.
Cabin Campers is obliged at the agreed time and at the agreed place to make the campervan available to the renter. The campervan must be in good and proper condition and contain at least 20 litres of fuel or 60% charged batteries for electric campervans. Cabin Campers is obliged to keep the campervan insured for liability in accordance with the provisions of the Car Liability Act(bilansvarslovens regler).
If the Cabin Campers is in material default of its obligations under the agreement, the renter may terminate the lease. However, the Cabin Campers must be given a reasonable opportunity to remedy the breach of agreement by rectification or redelivery. If correction or redelivery is not applicable or is not made within a reasonable time after the renter has complained about the defect, the renter may demand a proportionate price reduction. The renter may claim compensation for the loss he suffers as a result of the Cabin Campers’s default, insofar as the Cabin Campers fails to prove that the default or the cause thereof is due to an obstacle beyond his control which he could not reasonably be expected to take into account at the time of the agreement or to avoid or overcome the consequences of. Compensation for indirect losses, such as business interruption, deprivation, lost profits as a result of a agreement with a third party lapsing or not being properly fulfilled, or losses due to damage to other than the rental cars; The criteria used in Section 67 of the Sale of Goods Act(kjøpslovens) can only be claimed if the Cabin Campers has shown gross negligence or intent. The renter loses his right to claim default, be it defect or delay, if he does not within a reasonable time after he has discovered or should have discovered the breach notify the Cabin Campers thereof.
Technical errors that may arise or come to the renter’s knowledge during the rental period, and which can be rectified within a time that is in reasonable proportion to the renter’s needs and the rental period, do not entitle the renter to terminate the tenancy. If the renter nevertheless chooses to terminate the tenancy, the renter will be responsible for the rent during the rental period, albeit with a deduction of the time that would have been spent on rectification. The renter is also responsible for the expenses incurred by Cabin Campers in connection with having the campervan brought back to Cabin Campers’s station. If repairs cannot be provided within the said time limit, the Cabin Campers decides whether he will deliver a new campervan to the lessee for continuation of the tenancy or whether the tenancy shall be deemed terminated from the time when the Cabin Campers received notification of the relationship from the renter. In this case, Cabin Campers will arrange for the campervan to be transported back at his own expense, and Cabin Campers is then without liability for the renter’s any losses or obligations.
Cabin Campers has no liability for damage to or loss of property left behind, stored or carried in the campervan by the Renter or any other person. Cabin Campers disclaims any liability to the renter in respect of loss of time, money or anything else that may arise out of, or be connected with, the tenancy, beyond the liability described above. Cabin Campers has no responsibility for the installation of additional equipment such as ski racks, child seat, GPS etc. The renter is responsible for ensuring that the equipment is correctly and properly installed.
Cabin Campers may require the renter to provide security for the campervan and for the financial responsibility resulting from the rental agreement. Security can be provided in the form of reservation on debit/credit cards, bank deposits or any other form of deposit that may be agreed between the parties. The renter accepts that the Cabin Campers may charge the renter’s debit/credit card reservation or deposit for rental amounts based on time and mileage, tolls and other fees or charges, as well as fuel and any repairs.
Additions to and amendments to the rental conditions in this agreement are binding only if they are in written agreement.
8.2 Governing Law
This agreement is governed by Norwegian law.
The renter adopts that the Cabin Campers’s place of business is where the agreement is concluded, i.e. agreement venue pursuant to section 4-5(2) of the Disputes Act; § 4-6, as a venue in connection with disputes arising in connection with the tenancy.