LICENSES
All motorcycle riders must have a valid motorcycle license, and have had already the license for 4 years or more, and must be over 25 years old. The guest will be required to produce their original driver license and passport prior to commencing tour.

LIABILITY
Vietnam Motorcycle Tours make every effort to safeguard our clients, we cannot be held responsible for personal injury or loss due to events which are beyond our control. Passengers should note that motorcycle travel involves a higher than normal risk and a signed release is required by Vietnam Motorcycle Tours from all motorcycle riders and passengers before the tour commences. Vietnam Motorcycle  Tours do not guarantee pick up or drop off times and are not liable for passengers connecting to flights, trains, etc. Vietnam Motorcycle Tours accept no responsibility for loss or damage to personal belongings or baggage.

BOOKING AND CANCELLATION POLICY
Provisional Tour booking requires a specific date, choice of motorcycle model, and minimum 20% deposit paid immediately. A deposit will be fully refunded for tour cancellations more than  7 days before the tour starts (excluding bank charges or any other costs incurred in the transfer).
A deposit is nonrefundable if the booking is cancelled less than 48 Hours before the starting date of the hire.

MOTORCYCLE SAFE RIDING CONDITIONS
Vietnam Motorcycle Tours wishes to maintain the highest standards of safety to ensure the well being of our guests. We therefore only ride the motorcycles in conditions where there is full visibility during daylight hours, and when vision is not impaired by heavy rain. Motorcycles may only be ridden from sunrise to sunset. Only in the case of a late arrival may Vietnam Motorcycle  Tour motorcycles be ridden, and at reduced speed to reach the next destination. When rainfall occurs, speed must be reduced to a sensible, safe wet road surface handling speed based on the rider skill until the nearest shelter is reached.

ITINERY DISCLAIMER
Vietnam Motorcycle  Tours itineraries may change as we make improvements to our tours. Our brochures are updated when tour itineraries change, or the need arises. Vietnam Motorcycle Tours reserves the right to amend the tour route due to roadworks, weather conditions, or our new research information on routes. No refunds will be given due to any route change.

 PROTECTIVE GEAR
Vietnam Motorcycle Tours strongly recommends that all protective clothing be worn. Vietnam Motorcycle Tours provides  motorcycle protective gear. If you require any special size clothing, it would be preferable to bring the protective clothing with you. In Vietnam motorcycle helmets are compulsory, boots, protective clothing, and gloves for riders and passengers are strongly advised.

MEALS AND ALCOHOL
Vietnam Motorcycle Tours provide breakfast at the hotel, normally lunch & dinner at a restaurant during the day tour, normally Viet food. If you have any specific dietary requirements, please inform us when booking so we can make the appropriate arrangements for you. The Companion vehicle always carries cool bottled water and cool refresher towels. Snacks can be purchased during stops. Vietnam Motorcycle Tours do not provide any alcohol on tour and do not allow any alcohol consumption during the day while motorcycles are in use. Guests may consume alcohol in the evening when the motorcycles are not in use.

TOUR GROUP SIZE
Tour may commence with not less than 2 riders. An additional 100% must be paid for a single rider tour to commence.

TRANSFERS
Vietnam Motorcycle Tours will collect you from the airport, hotel, or your accommodation, at the beginning of the tour. At the end of the tour, you will be transferred back to your hotel, accommodation, or the airport.

FUEL
All fuel is supplied by Vietnam Motorcycle  Tours.

DAMAGE OR TECHNICAL FAILURES
Any damage, mechanical or electrical failure on any Vietnam Motorcycle Tours motorcycle must be reported to the tour leader immediately.

CLOTHING AND VIET SEASONS
Casual clothing is used everywhere, except when visiting temples, where short pants and skirts are not traditionally acceptable. The 3 seasons in Vietnam are winter, rainy season, and summer.
WINTER – from November to February, the days are warm, but evenings and mornings can be cool, and a light jersey may be used.
RAINY SEASON – from September to November. A raincoat is required.
SUMMER – from March to July, the day’s temperatures can be very hot, 35 to 38 deg.