Valuation Replacement Protection Terms & Condition
Many Families want the peace of mind and the advantages this additional protection offers. That’s why Two Amigos & Co. designed a Replacement Protection Plan for maximum coverage at an affordable price.
The Two Amigos replacement plan simple means that if the damaged item cannot be repaired to its original condition it will be replaced with a new one of like kind and quantity at today’s market price. (*Some exceptions may apply of certain items.) This protection is limited only by the amount of valuation you select. It is important, therefore, that you recognize and establish a realistic replacement value on all of your possessions.
The following goods are excluded for cargo protection:
- Jewelry, coins, stamps, documents, watches, currency, precious stones/metals, perishable articles (frozen foods, plants, animals, etc…)
Liability with respect to items such as photographs and similar objects is limited to the value of the film, CD’s, etc… No allowance will be made for items of sentimental value, as they do not have a cash equivalent amount. You are strongly urged, for your own protection to take these items with you.
Motor Vehicles, Etc…
Motor vehicles, trailers, boats & motors, campers, motorcycles, snowmobiles, etc… will have their value measured at current market value at origin on date of loading calculated as shown on the Vehicle Condition Report issued at the time of loading.
It is the shipper’s responsibility to make preparation arrangements before transit of items of a mechanical nature. These items include, but are not limited to, clocks, stereos, large appliances (washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, etc…), and any item which has mechanically moving parts. If these items are not properly prepared, damage can occur through no fault of the carrier. By simply asking your consultant, these servicing arrangements can be made on your behalf.
In the event of damage to, or loss of, a complete set or unit when only part of such set is damaged or lost, the carrier shall only be liable for repair or replacement of the lost or damaged piece or pieces.
Paints, solvents, aerosol cans, gasoline, matches, butane or propane, lighter fluid, barbecue fluid, kerosene, oily clothes, and any other pressurized cans.
Bleach, liquid Drano, paint stripper, car batteries, acids, antifreeze, motor oil, fertilizer containing ammonium nitrate.
Propane and diving tanks, ammunition, flares, fireworks, chemistry sets, fire extinguishers, propane powered cars, beer or wines.
Every person, whether as principal or agent, shipping explosives or dangerous goods without previous full disclosure to the carrier as required by law, shall reimburse the carrier against all loss, damage or delay caused, and such goods may be warehoused at the consignor’s risk and expense.