I recently spoke with a boat rental company on the west coast and a lot of our conversation revolved around the fact that they have to spend a lot of time and money in small claims court because people flat out wreck their rental equipment and boats. I’m not talking about a small kayak or a SUP but actual pontoon boats, jet-skis and good sized motor boats. Customers renting boats run boats aground, crash into things on the water, completely bottom out motors in the sand and at times run into one another while boating--which by the way is insane to me! As the conversation progressed I couldn’t help but think about how important a rental liability waiver is to protect your company, your rules, and in this case property and lives.
Transitioning from a paper waiver to an electronic waiver is very easy to do with WaiverSign. A first step would always be to check with your attorney or insurance about the legality of going digital within your state. Even though all 50 states and many portions of the world recognize and accept a digital electronic signature, it’s always good to make sure you’re on the same page as the people who protect and have your business’ best interests in check. The next step is to email us your liability waiver and logo. We’ll set up a demo account so that you can check out how everything works. You will have full access to the account and can make any edits that you would like. You can also create additional waivers, work on the brand settings, add additional users within your organization, and sign a waiver yourself to see how easy the digital signing process really is.
The WaiverSign interface is very user-friendly and I often hear the comment,
“I’m not sure why it’s taken me so long to go digital with my waivers, because this is so easy.”
Your signed rental liability waivers are easy to access, you can set up events if you want to highlight certain dates and events. You can make it very easy for people to sign on their mobile phones, tablets, and computers as well. You won’t even have to email a copy of the signed waiver to your customer because WaiverSign does that automatically for you. No need to jump the jetty...just go digital with your waivers, simplify your waiver signing process with electronic signatures and go for it!