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    • JohnMorris
    • By JohnMorris 16th Apr 18, 7:25 PM
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    Car parking 16th Apr 18 at 7:25 PM
    I would be grateful for advice on a charity event. We hold a one day car show in our village and all proceeds after expenses go to charity. We attract a lot of visitors and, after the roads were blocked completely one year we now hire a field off a local farmer for visitor cars. We have stewards and post large signs saying cars are parked at owners risk. Taking into account that cars will be insured - do we need to put this on our event insurance, already costing us a lot of money?
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    • molerat
    • By molerat 16th Apr 18, 7:41 PM
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    Yes at least to cover an incident caused by the negligence of one of your stewards. A sign will not carry much weight if it is your fault. If the car insurer paid out then came after you what would you do ?
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