Waiting Time, What Does That Mean?

 

Waiting Time Waiver explained.
When quoting for your Move the chosen company will usually give you a total price based on what vehicle/s are required, mileage costs and staffing costs, amongst other factors. Included in these calculations will be the time allocated for the move with no unforseen delays.
If there is a delay then staff costs can increase. These extra costs are covered by implementing a ‘ Waiting Time ‘ charge.
If you are concerned that this possible charge will impact upon you then very often your removal company will offer a Waiting Time Waiver.
This enables you to have peace of mind against an extra, unknown charge.
A typical waiver form will be similar to the one shown below.

Waiting Time Waiver
When we assess your move we endeavour to include in our calculations the time required for your move without accounting for unforseen delays.
In most cases when buying and selling a property we will get access to commence unloading to the new property by 2.00 pm.
If, however, we have to wait until after 2.00 pm then we will levy a charge of £……… per crew member per hour.
If we arrive after 2.00 pm then charges will commence from our arrival time.
By agreeing to our T&Cs it will be taken that you understand and accept this waiting time charge.
To give you extra peace of mind we can also offer a ‘ Waiting Time Waiver ‘.
This requires a one off payment of £……..
Taking this option means that there will be no further charges up to 5.30 pm.
If we are still waiting after this time then previous waiting charges will commence from this time or alternatives may have to be found regarding unloading/storage .
Name……………………………………………………………………….
Date………………………………………………………………………….
Please indicate yes or no
I wish to purchase Waiting Time Waiver yes no

 

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