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Jet Ski Rental Gone Bad

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M

Meagin

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I recently attempted to rent a Jet Ski and a trailer to tow the ski-Upon receipt of the Jet Ski: On the trailer the license plate has no registration, the owner could not provide us with insurance, and the tail lights on the trailer did not work. Guess what we said forget it! It was not even legal to drive! And now the company wants us to pay for two days of rental! What are my rights?
 


HomeGuru

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face=" Arial, Verdana, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Meagin:
I recently attempted to rent a Jet Ski and a trailer to tow the ski-Upon receipt of the Jet Ski: On the trailer the license plate has no registration, the owner could not provide us with insurance, and the tail lights on the trailer did not work. Guess what we said forget it! It was not even legal to drive! And now the company wants us to pay for two days of rental! What are my rights?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

On what grounds is the company stating that you owe the rental fees? The trailer was not legal and safe therefore the jetski could not be transported. The company did not provide you with a legal an acceptable product to rent therefore you have no liability for the rental. Tell them to stop making waves otherwise the sharks will be after them. JAWS.
 

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