Karting Extreme Verbier Terms and Conditions
All bookings with Karting Extreme Verbier Sàrl (Kev’s) are subject to these conditions.
Clients attending karting sessions must pay the appropriate fee in full at the time of booking the session.
Kev accepts payment by credit card (3% charge apply) (Visa, MasterCard, Swiss Post card, Diners Card and Amex) & cash. For payments over 5000CHF clients have the option of paying by direct bank transfer as well as credit card.
Prices are correct as of December 2011 but may be subject to change.
In the event of cancellation, the following charges apply:
- Less than 24 hours notice 100% of fee
- More than 24 hours notice 15% of the fee
No refund will be given by Kevs, in whole or in part, for unused sessions due to clients’ late arrival, flight delays, illness, accident, resort closure or for any other cause outside the control of Kevs.
In the event of bad weather KEV will try to move the event indoors to the ice rink (if the ice rink is available). If the rink is not available we will move the event to another day or give a refund.
In the event of a booking arriving late, the race may start without all of the clients being present. An extension for late arrival of guests will only be given at the discretion of the owner of Kev. Additional charges may apply if the late start delays other guests.
Bookings are not transferable and the responsibility for transferring the booking is with the client.
Kev’s is fully insured as required by Swiss law but all clients entering Kev’s do so at their own risk (Article 100 of the Swiss Code of Obligations).
Kev’s recommends that all clients check their insurance cover prior to booking a session at Karting Extreme Verbier.
Clients must insure themselves for third party liability. Kev recommends that you arrange an appropriate policy, which also includes personal, medical and rescue insurance.
Minimum numbers and course duration:
Smaller group sessions may be run but with a minimum number or costs will be applied.
With fewer numbers, Kev can run some of the karting events for a reduced time or format.
Kev is obliged to take into account the prevailing conditions and the standard of our clients and the track.
A deposit of 1,000 francs may be taken prior to the event to cover any wilful damage to the karts, equipment or staff. (Wilful damage includes ramming other drivers into the walls, ice barriers, T-Boning drivers, deliberately driving the wrong way around the track or any other driving acts deemed dangerous or unsporting by KEV’s staff. If the standard of driving is deemed too bad the event will be stopped and no refund or deposit will be given.
Guests will not be allowed to use the karts whilst drunk or under the influence of drugs under any circumstances. No refunds will be given if a guest arrives drunk or high. In the event of guest getting drunk or high at the track, Kev reserves the right to stop the race and remove the driver(s) before racing commences. No extension or refunds will be given to any of the drivers or organisers.
For reasons of safety it is a condition of the booking that clients respect the professional judgement of the karting staff and equipment. Any abuse, verbal or physical, will result in race termination and no refund being given.
Helmets are mandatory for karting. Kev will provide adequate helmets and goggles but customers may wear their own helmet (with goggles) at their own risk, providing they present their helmets to the track manager prior to use. Drivers must not remove their goggles or raise the helmet visors under any circumstances whilst in the karts. Doing so is likely to result in facial or eye injuries for which Kev’s takes no responsibility.
While racing it is important that you stay within the area of the kart. You must not get out of the kart or attempt to grab another driver or a part of the track (or ice rink). If the kart is about to hit something keep your limbs inside the protection of the kart.
In the event of a kart breakdown the driver must not leave the kart under any circumstances. Drivers should remain in the kart and attract the attention of a track marshal.
In the event of a driver receiving 2 warnings for unsafe/dangerous driving, the driver will be asked to leave the circuit and no refunds will be given. The track manager’s decision is final!
Clients should present themselves in a fit and safe condition for physical activity in the mountain environment.
If at any time during your Karting session you have cause for complaint, you must let us know immediately and we will endeavour to address the situation to your satisfaction.
With regard to all the activities under this contract, the company Karting Extreme Verbier Sarl will be responsible only in cases of fraud or serious misconduct under Article 100 of the Swiss Code of Obligations (En ce qui concerne toutes les activités déployées selon le présent contrat, la société Karting Extreme Sàrl sera responsable uniquement en cas de dol ou de faute grave, selon l’article 100 du Code Suisse des Obligations).