Insurance/Documents


Insurance/Documents

We don’t want to scare you, but let’s face it, we’ve heard and said the phrase, “Heck…it’s a rental!”  That’s all fine and dandy, but the rental contract and other paperwork you sign make our rental, YOUR rental.  Clients are responsible for any and all damage incurred to the vehicle and/or gear/equipment during their trip.  Copies of insurance cards reflecting coverage must be on file with Sonoran Trails as well as a $1,000 security deposit.  This may be a check or credit card number kept on file.  Checks may be made out to, Alpha 1414, LLC.

To get you on the road as soon as possible, please consider emailing the following documents to Josh, josh@sonorantrails.com:

  • A copy of a valid driver’s license(s) for anyone intending on driving (minimum 25 yoa)
    • Canadian Clients – If you are a Canadian resident with a valid driver’s license and you have automobile insurance that provides full coverage for rental vehicles (including Jeeps), you may have coverage for our Jeeps. Please check with your insurance company to confirm coverage of your rental vehicle. All clients, regardless of nationality, are responsible for making a claim through their insurance company.
  • A copy of all insurance card(s) reflecting the coverage required for all drivers to rent the vehicle.
    • All clients, regardless of nationality, are responsible for making a claim through their insurance company.
  • $1,000 Security deposit – A check made payable to Alpha 1414, LLC will be returned or destroyed within 5 days of a successful check-out.
  • 150 miles per day included
  • Balance is due at orientation – checks made payable to Alpha 1414, LLC or Credit Card are acceptable.
  • Your itinerary – Nope, we’re not trying to track you!  In the event you require emergency services it helps us to have an idea of where you are traveling.  A Sonoran Trails team member is on-call should you need us.
  • We do have a roadside assistance program.  A part of backcountry travel, however, requires a certain amount of self-reliance, adventure, confidence, and “know-how”, i.e. you need to know how to change a flat tire.