You give them some money and take it home. You have to agree to their terms
or you don't get the machine. If something happens you will probably have
to pay for the damage. The last time they offered damage waiver insurance
for $50 or so a day. I paid it. Didn't cover some of the really stupid
things an operator can do to damage the machine like trying to dig thru the
tracks. I hauled mine which probably increases the ways it can be damaged.
In my case, they give it to you fueled. Have to give it back that way, or
they charge for refueling. It was delivered by the rental facility by
trailer, and picked up. They called it a "Bobcat". Don't remember the
specifics of the rental contract. Used it for light clearing, and moving
soil/rocks. Excavating around and pulled some small tree stumps. Make
ready site use for home builder. "Bobcat" is topheavy. Stay away from
inclines unless heading directly at or away from incline.
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