1. Golf Cars may only be operated on transportation trails and certain public streets within The Villages® community. For your own safety, and the safety of others, Customers must follow all applicable traffic laws and regulations. The word “Customers” as used in this Agreement mean the individual(s) named above, and if more than one, then all of them, jointly and severally.
2. Customers must have a working knowledge of vehicle traffic laws. This includes the use of hand signals and turn signals when stopping or changing directions. Customers are solely responsible for complying with all applicable traffic laws, including but not limited to Florida Statutes Section 316.212 and applicable local laws governing use of golf cars on public and private roadways.
3. FAILURE TO RETURN HIRED OR LEASED PERSONAL PROPERTY.—Whoever, after hiring or leasing personal property or equipment under an agreement to return the personal property to the person letting the personal property or equipment or his or her agent at the termination of the period for which it was let, shall, without the consent of the person or persons knowingly abandon or refuse to return the personal property or equipment as agreed, commits a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083, unless the value of the personal property or equipment is of a value of $300 or more; in that case the person commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.
4. Golf Cars may not operate on or be transported across US Highway 441/27, 301 CR 466, 466A, Highway 42, SR 44 and various other roads except by way of the golf car bridge or the golf car tunnel system. Use the transportation trails at all times when possible.
5. For your safety and the safety of others, please notify The Villages Golf Cars immediately if mechanical problems arise, especially engine, tire, or light failures.
6. Golf Trail (Green) Fees are not included.
7. Only the designated Customers may operate the Golf Car.
8. No smoking is permitted in the Golf Car.
9. Tampering with the speed of the Golf Car by “Customer” is prohibited. If tampering is detected upon return of the Golf Car, “Customer” will be responsible for any costs associated with the repair of the rental unit.
10 . Only two persons may sit in any bench seat.

Rental Fees/Return: Rental fees are non-refundable. Return of Golf Car and keys must be done during normal business hours, at the location from which the Golf Car was originally rented.

Risk of Loss and Damage: Customers have inspected the Golf Car and determined it to be in good condition and repair. Customers are responsible for all risk of loss and damage to the Golf Car, and any personal property kept within the Golf Car. The Villages Golf Cars may charge Customers’ credit card on file for the cost to repair any damage caused during the rental period.

Hold Harmless and Indemnification: Customers agree to indemnify and hold The Villages Operating Company, The Villages Land Operating Company, and each of their affiliates, respective owners, officers, directors, employees, and agents harmless from and against all claims, losses, causes of action, liabilities, expenses, including attorney fees and legal expenses, including but not limited to those resulting from personal injury or death, arising from or related to the use or operation of the Golf Car rented.

Customers Representations: Customer: (a) is over the age of 25 years of age; (b) is competent to operate the Golf Car rented through this Agreement, (c) holds a valid unexpired driver’s license; (d) is aware of traffic laws; (e) is familiar with the operation of a golf car; (f) has inspected the Golf Car; and (g) accepts the Golf Car in its "as-is" condition.

General: The parties agree that either party who brings an action to enforce any obligation of the other party under this Agreement shall, if successful, be entitled to recover from said unsuccessful party all reasonable fees of attorneys and consultants and other reasonable expenses incurred in enforcing said obligation against the unsuccessful party, whether incurred before or at trial, at all appellate levels, and in any bankruptcy, collection, administrative, or dispute resolution proceeding.