What are the parking Policies & Procedures
Guest Responsibility and Liability Disclaimer
Peer Brands Parking Policy - Connecting You to Parking
Peer Brands is a software service that connects individuals to parking facilities. Please read and understand the following policy, which outlines your responsibilities and the limitations of our liability in facilitating parking connections:
Software Service Disclaimer: Peer Brands is a software service that facilitates connections between parking providers (Hosts) and individuals seeking parking spaces (Guests). We do not assume responsibility for the actual connection to a parking spot. Our role is to connect you to available parking options and to provide a platform for this purpose.
Vehicle Responsibility: It is your responsibility to ensure the safe and proper parking of your vehicle once connected to a parking spot. Our hosts and their facilities are not liable for any damages, loss, or theft of property, including your vehicle and its contents, both external and internal.
Security for Commercial Vehicles: For food trucks and other commercial vehicles, we strongly recommend securing external attachments, such as generators, in cages, and locking all compartments. The responsibility for securing these external elements rests with the vehicle owner/operator to prevent any potential theft or damage.
Parking Duration: Your vehicle should not be parked longer than 72 consecutive hours, unless you have made prior arrangements with your Peer (the host) or have booked a monthly parking spot.
Charging Your Vehicle: You are permitted to charge your vehicle at designated areas provided by your Peer. Please ensure you have the necessary equipment, amplifiers, attachments, and converters for this purpose.
Reporting Damage: If you notice any oil leaks or damage to the parking area, please promptly notify your Peer through your dashboard or via email at [email protected]. Any damage should be addressed in a timely manner. If the damage is due to your actions, it is your responsibility to fix it. If it's deemed normal wear and tear, the host is responsible for repairs.
- Vehicle Damage Procedure:In the unfortunate event that your vehicle is damaged while parked at our facility, please follow these steps:
a. Document the Damage: Take clear photographs of the damage from various angles.
b. File a Police Report: Contact the local authorities and file a police report regarding the damage. Obtain a copy of the report for your records.
c. Contact Your Insurance Carrier: Notify your insurance carrier about the incident and provide them with the necessary information and documentation, including the police report.
Photographic Documentation: It is advisable to take photographs of the parking lot both before you use it and after the parking agreement has ended. This can serve as documentation for any potential disputes.
Emergency Contact: In case of emergencies or urgent matters, please visit RestaurantPeer.com/urgent for assistance.
Please be aware that our facilities cater to a variety of motor vehicles, including Food Trucks, RVs, Boats, and Motorcycles, and hosts may allow trailers and campers on their lots.
To maintain a safe and organized parking environment, we kindly request that you adhere to the following rules:
Driver's License and Vehicle Registration: Each person operating a motor vehicle on the premises must possess a valid driver's license and current vehicle registration. Neither Parking Peer nor its affiliates, nor Hosts, assume responsibility for lost or stolen property.
Speed Limit: The speed limit within all our parking lots is 10 mph, ensuring the safety of all guests.
Designated Parking Spaces: Please park your vehicle in marked, painted parking spaces only. Parking outside of designated areas, along curbs or in other unauthorized areas, is strictly prohibited.
Special Occasions and Emergencies: The Host reserves the right to impose parking limitations during special occasions or emergencies. Whenever possible, advance notice will be provided.
Vehicle Removal: The Host retains the right to remove any vehicle that poses a hazard, obstructs traffic flow, or impedes emergency services. The owner or operator of such vehicles will be responsible for all associated costs.
Parking Space Usage: Each vehicle must occupy only one parking space. Vehicles using more than one space may be charged for two spots or subject to towing.
Motorcycles and Motor Scooters: Motorcycles and motor scooters must be parked in designated spaces within parking lots. Parking on walkways or unauthorized areas is not allowed and may result in towing.
Snow Removal: During snow removal operations or when snow is anticipated, vehicles parked in violation of designated "snow route/snow zone" will be removed as outlined in our policy.
Vehicle Condition: All vehicles parked on our lots must be in working condition and display current license plates.
Repairs and Overnight Stays: Major vehicle repairs and overnight living or sleeping in vehicles within our parking lots are prohibited.
We appreciate your cooperation in adhering to these guidelines, which are designed to ensure the safety and convenience of all our guests. Remember, the security of your vehicle and its contents, both external and internal, is your responsibility. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to your Peer or contact us in case of emergencies. Your safety and satisfaction are our top priorities.