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Section 1: The Shipper and Consignee represent and warrant to the Carrier that they and their authorized agents have lawful possession of and legal right and authority to lender and receive the property herein described. The Shipper and Consignee further represent and warrant to the Carrier that any agents or representatives designated by them to act on their behalf have full right and authorization to execute this Motor Vehicle Bill of Lading, the Motor Vehicle Inspection Form, Contract Agreement and any other documents that may be required by the Carrier and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions set forth in said documents.

It is further understood and agreed that the Shipper and consignee represent and warrant to the Carrier that there are and will be no liens, mortgages or encumbrances on said property superior or adverse to the legal right and authority of the Carrier to contract for services, and if there be any litigation concerning the property or the authority of an agent to act on their behalf, the Shipper and Consignee agree to indemnify and hold the Carrier harmless with regard to any claims or litigation and further agree to pay storage and other charges together with costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys fees, which this Carrier may reasonably incur or become liable to pay in connection herewith.

This Carrier shall have a lien on said property for all charges and for such costs and expenses. The Shipper and consignee agrees to defend, indemnify and hold the Carrier harmless with regard to any costs or expenses that may occur, including reasonable attorneys fees, with regard to a claim of ownership and/or possession made by any third party against property transported pursuant to this bill of lading. The liens specified herein shall also cover legal expenses incurred in bringing or defending an interpleader action to determine the ownership and/or right of possession to property specified in this contract. The Carrier may, at its option, bring suit for reimbursement pursuant to the foregoing provisions and without further foreclosing on its lien.

Section 2: The Carrier or Party in possession shall be liable for physical loss or damage to any article from external cause while being carried or held in storage-in-transit EXCEPT loss, damage or delay caused by or resulting:

(a) From an act, omission or order of Shipper.
(b) From defect or inherent vice of the article, including susceptibility to damage because of atmospheric conditions such as temperature and humidity or changes therein:
(c) From Acts of God, labor disorders, acts of public enemy, riots or civil commotion, governmental interference, and any other causes beyond Carriers control;
(d) Unauthorized instructions to transfer property to any person or to any place, including but not limited to unauthorized acts of the agent or representative designated by the Shipper and/or Consignee to act on their behalf.
(e) From insects, vermin, rodents or any type of infestation whatsoever.
(f) From any damage to mechanical parts and/or the mechanical condition of the automobile or items such as radios and CD players, including mechanical breakdown;
(g) From weather changes, including freezing. It is the Shipper's responsibility to protect cooling system from freezing. The Carrier cannot be responsible for damage due to freezing;
(h) For any items inside the motor vehicle, including jacks, lug wrench, tools, manuals, spare tires and any packages or items of personal property contained within the motor vehicle being transported. The Carrier is also not responsible for any damage caused by any such items inside the motor vehicle or trunk;
(i) From wear and tear, any quality in the property that causes it to damage or destroy itself, hidden or latent defect, gradual deterioration or depreciation;
(j) From stress cracks in glass or body work;
(k) From lost profits, consequential damages or special damages;
(l) Damage caused by leaking fluids, battery acids, cooling system antifreeze solutions;
(m) From faulty craftsmanship due to manufacturing defects, i.e., defects in factory welds of tie downs or damage that results to vehicle from the tie downs breaking or tearing;
(n) Damage caused from freezing of cooling system and/or batteries;
(o) Damage unable to detect due to vehicle's dirty condition.

SUBJECT in addition to the foregoing, to the further following limitations on the Carrier's liability.

The Carrier's maximum liability shall be based upon the least of the following:

1) The actual cash value of the property;
2) The cost of repair or restoration of the property to its condition immediately before the loss or damage; or
3) The cost of replacing the property with substantially identical property.


Section 3: The Carrier shall not be liable for delay caused by highway construction or faulty or impassable highways or lack of capacity of any highway, bridge or ferry, or caused by breakdown or mechanical defect of vehicles or equipment or from any cause other than negligence of the Carrier; nor shall the Carrier be bound to transport by any particular schedule, means, vehicle or otherwise than with reasonable dispatch. Every Carrier shall have the right in case of physical necessity to forward said property by any Carrier or route between the point of shipment and the point of destination.

Section 4: The Shipper shall indemnify Carrier against loss or damage caused by inclusion in the shipment of explosive or dangerous articles or goods.

Section 5: If for any reason other than the fault of Carrier, delivery cannot be made at address shown on the face hereof, or at any changed address of which Carrier has been notified, Carrier, at its option, may cause articles contained in shipment to be stored in a warehouse selected by it at the point of delivery or at other available points, at the cost of the owner and subject to a lien for all accrued tariff and other lawful charges.

Section 6: If shipment is refused by Consignee at destination, or if Shipper, Consignee or owner of property fails to receive or claim it within fifteen (15) days after written notice by United States mail addressed to Shipper and consignee at post office addresses shown on face hereof, or if Shipper fails or refused to pay lawfully applicable charges in accordance with Carrier's applicable tariff. Carrier may sell the property at its option, either (a) upon notice in the manner authorized by law, or (b) at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at a public sale to be held at a time and place named by Carrier, thirty (30) days notice of which sale shall have been given in writing to Shipper and consignee, and there shall have been published at least once a week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation at or near the place of sale, a notice thereof containing a description of the property as described in the bill of lading, and the names of the Consigner and Consignee. The proceeds of any sale shall be applied toward payment of lawful charges applicable to shipment and toward expenses of notice, advertising and sale, and of storing, caring for and maintaining property prior to sale and the balance, if any, shall be paid to owner of property.

Section 7: CLAIMS. As a condition precedent to recovery, a claim for any loss or damage must be filed in writing within nine (9) months from the date of delivery to Consignee and/or their authorized agent as shown on face hereof, or in case of failure to make delivery, then within nine (9) months after a reasonable time for delivery has elapsed: and suit must be instituted against Carrier within two (2) years and one (1) day from the date when notice in writing is given by Carrier to the Claimant that Carrier has disallowed the claim or any part or parts thereof specified in the notice. Where a claim is not filed or suit is not instituted thereon in accordance with the foregoing provisions. Carrier shall not be liable and such a claim will not be paid. As a condition precedent to any claim, settlement or payment Shipper and/or Consignee shall provide written evidence that all charges in connection with the transportation of the property herein have been paid. This Contract shall be interpreted according to the laws of the State of Oklahoma. All actions affecting this Contract shall be brought in the State of Oklahoma in the court of proper jurisdiction nearest the office of LeadSled Classic Carriers, Inc.

Section 8: PAYMENT: Transportation charges reflected on the face of this bill of lading are due and payable at the time of delivery, before the property is actually tendered to the Consignee, and must be in the form of a cashier's check, check, Visa, MasterCard or American Express. Failure to pay the transportation charges constituted an absolute bar to any claim for property damage.

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