Some rentals may require you to provide a certificate of insurance that names the supplier as an additional insured on your general liability insurance policy. The requirement for insurance will be noted on the equipment listing or in the quote.

Liability insurance should not be confused with property insurance. Liability insurance typically protects a business and its employees from claims involving bodily injury or property damage. Liability insurance would not cover damage to the rental equipment.

KWIPPED does not currently offer product damage waivers that would protect the equipment against damage during the rental. If the equipment was damaged, you would be responsible for any cost to repair or replace the equipment.

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