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These HOSTING TERMS OF SERVICE (thereinafter referred to as: “Terms of Service”) apply to certain subscribed users via our Service. Your behavior on this Website is at ALL times governed and subject to these Terms of Service, or other auxiliary documents you are given access to, and thereby acquainted with.
All business and transactions done via Campers Helping Farmers have the appropriate consent from state authorities, and are in accordance with U.S. Law.
References in these documents to Campers Helping Farmers, “We” or “Us” mean Campers Helping Farmers, or (if different) an owner Company or another Parent or Daughter Company that is conducting the specific Sale and/or any successors and assigns there to.
References to “You”, “Your” and “Camper” mean the person, group or other entity utilizing Campers Helping Farmers, registering and subscribed as a Camper on the Service.
Unless Expressly stated differently, these Terms of Service shall be the primary document governing your contractual relationship with Campers Helping Farmers.
You hereby Indemnify Campers Helping Farmers, its owner Company, Subsidiaries, Offices, Partners, Employees, Management or Administrative Team, other Representatives and all future individuals or legal persons involved with Campers Helping Farmers, in respect to any losses possibly suffered in connection to the Website, Software, Content and Services. Campers Helping Farmers, being a private entity does NOT support intolerant behavior and does not promote any type of penal activity.
CAMPERS TERMS OF SERVICE
- Introductory Clauses
Camping Helping Farmers is a web-based service allowing for farmers and producers, which are located, seated or otherwise have business in the U.S. to offer free parking spaces to recreational vehicle passengers, which are subscribing to this Service.
1.2. Registration and Profile
Users, for the purposes of reserving the venues and stays via this Website must be registered and subscribed to this Service. Please note that these aspects of functionality of Campers Helping Farmers are to be limited without having a registered account. Upon registration, some personal information may be required from you. The personal information that may be required from you is your contact details (such as, without limitation: name, e-mail address, shipping address, country/state, telephone number) and your billing details (such as, without limitation: the billing credentials as per your preferred way of purchasing goods from Campers Helping Farmers).
1.3. Subscription Plans and Payment Protocols
A (half-year or yearly) subscription to the plan costs as stated on website. Registered Campers are to purchase this subscription plan in order to conclude reservations with potential Hosts.
For the purposes of purchasing a valid subscription, the registered Campers are to be prompted to a secure external Paypal transaction protocol, which accepts Master Card and Visa credit cards. For the purposes of purchase, the Campers shall abide by these Terms and Conditions, as well as the Terms and Conditions of the external payment protocol.
No further billing shall be executed on this Website, except the time-limited subscription plan.
1.4. Statements of Acknowledgement
The Campers hereby acknowledge that the Service cannot be held responsible for the quality or quantity of vacancies available at the time of booking
The Campers acknowledge that a one-time time-limited payment for the subscription plan is non-refundable, even in cases of account termination as per Section 1.6. The Campers further understand that the Subscription plan is for personal use, and may not be loaned, shared or otherwise disposed with unauthorized third-parties.
The Campers have the right of contacting Campers Helping Farmers for any information concerning their reservations
- Contractual Obligations between Camper and Host
- a. The use of the website is reserved for passengers using an autonomous recreational vehicle, ie it does not require an electrical connection, is equipped with functional sanitary facilities and is equipped with fresh water tank, and wastewater tank (gray water and black water). No spill or sanitary discharge is allowed on the Host property.
- b. The stand-alone recreational vehicles described in the preceding paragraph may be a vehicle of one of the following types: Class A, B, B + or C motorized recreational vehicles, rigid caravans, tiny houses or fifth wheel caravans.
- c. It is not permitted to use the free parking facilities offered by the Host with a trailer tent or tent.
- ix. Keep the premises provided by the Host clean and in good condition, in particular not to leave any waste behind.
2.1. Offer and Acceptance
An offer is effectively made towards an uncertain amount of potential Campers as soon as the Listing is uploaded and shared on the Website by the Host. The Hosts hereby understand that, by sharing the Listing on the Website, the content of the listing, as well as some contact information (such as: Name of Business or Resort) shall be available to the World Wide Web.
The Hosts agree to offer for free a minimum of one parking space to the Campers for periods of at least 24 hours or more. The Parking space must be suitable for usage by motorized recreational vehicles, small tour vans, tiny homes or fifth wheel caravans which are self-contained.
Hosts are not required to provide with any type of electrical, water or other supply hookups to the designated camp/parking spaces. If such connections are lacking, the Listings shall contain this information, as well as all possible amenities the Hosts offer in the specific venue.
Acceptance may occur in any form as the parties involved in the negotiations choose and see as fit. If the reservations are made via protocols enabling long-distance communications, it is highly recommended for the Hosts to issue and the Campers to request a letter of confirmation of the reservation. We stress that, as a facilitator of communication, we do not have any negotiation or bargaining rights when it comes to the negotiations of the terms between the Hosts and the Campers, nor have a direct hand in the execution of the mutual promises.
2.2. Technical information regarding Reservations
Unless the Host and Camper have expressly chosen to establish different terms of the reservation, these terms shall apply in full:
- The Sites are functioning farms. Therefore, it is required to use care and proper supervision of children and pets at all times. Use due diligence when letting children or pets out of your sight, and please refrain from exploring or visiting closed or restricted areas of the venue.
- Pets may be allowed by the Host, but must be leashed, in order to prevent any damages or injuries. Farm dogs may be present and have right of way. In case the Camper is accompanied by a pet, please check with the Host for further instructions by taking them out. Hosts urge the Campers to keep the hygiene of the venue, and therefore urge the Campers to clean up after the pets.
- Maintain general hygiene of the venue, and if needed, clean and take all trash with you prior to leaving a site.
- Ask before using your generator and use it sparingly
- Maintain order and obtain from disturbing the Hosts or other Campers
- Ask for permission before using gas-based BBQs, and do not use charcoal grills or light fires unless you are expressly permitted to do so within the venue or its designated area.
- Members are required to maintain liability insurance on their vehicle and proof of such insurance must be carried in the vehicle. The Host locations have no responsibility for damage or theft to your RV, tow car or to you, your family or guests.
- Jacks without jack-pads are strictly forbidden to use on asphalt, in order to prevent damage to property.
2.3. Types of Compensations for the Stay at the Venue
Hosts have been divided into two categories, depending on the requirements of the Host(s) as preferred compensation for the stay at the specific venue:
- The Hosts which allow limited-time stays, and in exchange require the Camper to purchase products as compensation for the stay at the venue.
- The Hosts which allow exchanges of services as methods of compensation. These exchanges may be in the form of volunteering or chores, within 2-4 work hours per day per Recreational Vehicle. At least 24 hours of stay may be offered to the Camper. Purchase of products from the Hosts is not excluded.
- The Hosts, which may have a flexible manner of compensations, willing to negotiate with the potential Campers by means of communication as stated above.
2.4. Further Requirements for Camper eligibility
The Campers hereby agree that they:
- Are at least 18 years of age and hold a valid driver license
- Use a Recreational Vehicle Eligible for Service
iii. You are not allowed to unhook the camper from its vehicle, except with the express permission of the Host..
iv. Do not use generators and barbecue, except with the express permission of the Host..
v. Be sure not to damage the Host land at any time, including when leveling feet are required. If in doubt, check with the Host.
Vi. When the Campers arrive, they mush show their printable proof of membership to their Host.
vii. Observe the special conditions issued on a Host ad (for example: no animals, maximum allowed time of arrival, etc.).
viii. Do not make excessive noises when at a Host and do not otherwise disturb the peace and quietness on their property.
x. Do not show up to the Host without having a reservation before hand.
xi. If you are unable to visit the Host after making a reservation, contact the Host and cancel the reservation as soon as possible. This informs the Host and releases the parking for other subscribers.
xii. Maintain adequate insurance for the vehicle, including any damage that the vehicle may cause to the movable and immovable property of the Host.
We care a lot about the privacy of all of our Users. This Section shall govern the Privacy Practices and options available for all users of Campers Helping Farmers in regards to information collection and other questions of privacy.
3.2. Fair Information Practices
This service, as a legal person bound by ethics and etiquette, will disclose any security breaches which might occur on this website in the case such breach does occur and our Staff acquires knowledge of it. Users registered and all other possibly affected parties shall be notified via the information provided on this Website. If Campers Helping Farmers does not disclose such a breach knowingly and within a reasonable time period from such an occurrence, Users may seek relief from the Service.
3.3. Collection of Personal information and Scope of Use
We retain your personal information only for the time necessary to fulfill the purpose for which it was collected, to meet the legal requirements for storage and for the time necessary to protect its legitimate business interests.
3.4. Reservations made via Campers Helping Farmers
The Campers may contact the Host using the email interface on the website to make a reservation for a parking space. The Host and Campers emails will be protected by using an anonymous email address. Other forms of contact between the Campers and Host may be used if both parties agree to do so.
3.5. Disclosure of Personal Information
We acknowledge that, except in the cases and subject to the conditions described below, the disclosure of your personal information to a third party requires your consent. We may, however, without your consent, disclose your personal information when authorized or required by law. Whenever we disclose your personal information, we will endeavor not to disclose more information than is required in the circumstances. Please note that if a third party to whom we transmit your personal information operates in a foreign jurisdiction, local law may allow third parties to otherwise have access to your personal information without your consent.
In certain aspect of usage, Users are given the opportunity to opt-out of having their personal information used for certain purposes. Firstly and as stated in the introductory clauses, all further usage of your personal information is subject to your further consent. You therefore have the choice of denying us access or not providing us this information. Secondly, you may manually change the preferences of the range of use of personal information manually by sending a notice by e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org, using the expression "Withdrawal of Consent" in the subject line.
Campers Helping Farmers takes security very seriously. That is why industry-standard Encryption technology is utilized to safely store your personal information. Campers Helping Farmers follows accepted industry standards during the process of submission, transmission and acceptation of personal information. No method so far is 100% accurate, but we are committed in caring for the information you share with us in the best way possible. All of our employees are kept up to date in regards of privacy practices. Personally identifiable information is kept in a secure environment. If you have any questions in regards to our Security protocols, please do not hesitate to contact us.
3.9. Accessing and updating your Profile information after Registration
You have the right to request access to and access to the personal information that is held about you. You may also request that your personal information be corrected if it is inaccurate, incomplete, or equivocal, or if its collection, disclosure or retention is not authorized by law. You may update your personal information at any time by logging into your account on the Website.
If any provision of these Terms of Service is, or is to be found by an appropriate authority, unenforceable under U.S. Governing law, that will not affect the enforceability of any other provisions of these Terms of Service. These Terms are written in compliance with U.S. Governing law and international standards. The Parties agree to solve all disputes or controversies, including those arising from termination of employment in a manner other than filing court actions. Alternative dispute-resolution prevents statute barring of the rights and obligations arising from this Agreement. If these dispute-resolving methods prove unsuccessful, they are to commence court proceedings. If any provision of this Agreement is, or is to be found by an appropriate authority, unenforceable under governing law, that will not affect the enforceability of any other provisions of this Agreement. Statutory provisions will govern all aspects of General Service Agreement, which have not been regulated by the provisions of this agreement, by U.S. law.
The parties covenant that the applicable and usable law according to which this agreement will be governed will be the law of U.S.. Subsequently to the aforementioned, U.S. Law will regulate all disputes or litigation arising from the content of this contract or its execution, accordingly.
- Termination of Contract
Each party may terminate this agreement on thirty days' notice to the other party. However, Campers Helping Farmers reserves the right to terminate this agreement without delay if significant breaches of this contract are discovered or reported to it by its Campers. In such a case, Campers Helping Farmers may communicate with its customers to notify them of the withdrawal of the Host of the website, as per the Discretional rights which are reserved according to these Terms of Service.
- Interpretation guidelines
This agreement is not to be in favor of a weaker party, as there is not such party under this specific contract. Due to the fact that both the Service and the Users have high bargaining powers in stipulating a contract with each other, as well as several dozens of options for customizing the user experience, we believe that this agreement, even if it is a main framework for the functioning of this Service, is a collection of the basic rules and guidelines all Services of this type abide by.
In the event that Campers Helping Farmers goes through a business transition (merger, acquisition, sale of assets etc.), your personal information and content uploaded by you will likely be among the assets transferred accordingly to the title of transfer under which the information and content are being owned or used by the Service (ex. If you, as a Creator, have licensed your submission to the Service in order to be displayed, this right will be transferred to the party included in the business transaction with Campers Helping Farmers). You will be notified via e-mail of any such change of ownership of your personal information.
Campers Helping Farmers reserves the right to discontinue any portion of the whole service with or without previous notice. Campers Helping Farmers is not to be held liable for such discontinuance. Any concluded sales will survive the discontinuance of these Terms of Service, and are to be executed on behalf of Campers Helping Farmers and the Return and Shipping policy.
These Terms, along with all supplemental documents you have expressed your consent to, without limitation to conclusive means of acceptance, are to be regarded as a single, legally-binding contract between you and Campers Helping Farmers.
- GENERAL RULES OF BEHAVIOR
8.1 General Behavior on Campers Helping Farmers
8.2. Submissions on Campers Helping Farmers
For the purposes of this section, all forms mutual communications between users or between users and this Website’s administrators, including, but not limited to: comments, ratings or other communications such as text, videos, pictures or other multimedia files on this Website will be referred to as “User Submissions” or simply “Submissions”. User Submissions are a type of content added by (all types of) users, as opposed to the created and displayed content by Campers Helping Farmers. All content uploaded to this Service is to be regarded primarily as a User Submission. Campers Helping Farmers reserves the right, but not the obligation, to start inquiries about possible breaches of these Terms of Service. Campers Helping Farmers does not, in any way, endorse, favor or otherwise approve of any User Submission which is freely uploaded by the Registered Users. Violations of the Terms under which Content may be uploaded may result in removal of the Submission with or without previous notice. Repeated breaches of the Content Terms may result in a part-time or permanent ban of a User from accessing certain functionalities of our Service. Upon sharing your User submission, you retain all proprietary rights. You hereby grant Campers Helping Farmers a Universal, Worldwide, non-Exclusive, Royalty-free, Transferable License to be used, reproduced, performed, modified, displayed and otherwise manipulate with the User Submission. These licenses granted by you in User Comments are perpetual and irrevocable. The licenses are not valid for User submissions which have or had been deleted by the Users. Please note that this license is only granted to Campers Helping Farmers in order to feature or display some of your user submissions on its Website worldwide. User submissions of General users allowed to upload user comments in various forms (text or multimedia) is not to infringe any copyright, intellectual property right or other proprietary rights of any third party whatsoever, outside the scope of fair use. In case a user submission (ex. User comment) is used for marketing goals on behalf of Campers Helping Farmers, the name or nickname of the user will be included as a form of accreditation.
8.3. Discretional Rights
Methods of preventing further damage or nuisance towards other Users may, Campers Helping Farmers’ staff or other third parties towards which Users have committed a breach of their rights include: - Suspension or Termination of Your User Account with or without previous notification, without refunding your Subscription plan; - Temporary or permanent Bans from Our Websites with or without previous notification, without refunding your Subscription Plan, as well as: Other methods Campers Helping Farmers’ staff/administrators see fit. Further note that Campers Helping Farmers, in dealing with specific breaches of these provisions, does exclude bringing up civil and/or penal legal action against an individual or group, whom or which have taken part in this type of behavior. Note that Campers Helping Farmers may disclose Your personal information in the NECESSARY range under U.S. Governing law in connection with any current or future legal proceedings in order to constitute or defend its respective rights or in case Campers Helping Farmers needs to comply with the demands (namely formal requests) of appropriate State authorities.
- ASCENT AND END PROVISIONS
9.1. Document as a whole
These Terms of Service reflect the policy of Campers Helping Farmers in regards to your usage of this Website. They are further intended to inform Campers Helping Farmers’ Users of the possible results of breaches of these Terms, in regards to using this Website, Software and/or Services. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail or by using our Online Support Service.
9.2. Consumer Protection Clause
Headings arranged in numerical and contextual value have been used in this document. Please note that these headings are inserted for mere convenience, and the names do not have to necessarily produce legal effect.
You hereby conclusively enter into this agreement by repeated usage of this Website. If you find any of these provisions unreasonable, please refrain from further usage of this Website.
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