YOU Yamaha Motor Road Assistance
Services and Definitions
For some or all of the following services, Yamaha has purchased an insurance policy from RAC to cover such services. Please note that you do not have any rights under the policy between Yamaha and RAC.
Below are certain words that have a specific meaning in these terms and conditions and wherever these words appear they have the following meaning:
“Breakdown” means unforeseen mechanical or electrical failure during the Period of Cover in the UK which has either immobilised your motorcycle or made it unsafe to ride.
“Contractor” means any person, including RAC, who we use to provide the services described in this document.
“Details” means your name and motorcycle registration number, make and model.
“DVLA” means the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency Swansea SA6 7JL responsible for registration of vehicles in the UK and the equivalent authority in Northern Ireland for vehicles in Northern Ireland.
“Fulfillment Material” means the confirmation of policy coverage provided to you by us or on our behalf.
“Home” means your permanent residence in the United Kingdom.
“Period of Cover” means the period during which the motorcycle has breakdown cover as set out in the Fulfilment Material.
“RAC” means RAC Motoring Services and/or RAC Insurance Limited.
“Resident of the United Kingdom” means a person living permanently in the United Kingdom or a person employed by a company having its registered office in the United Kingdom.
“Specialist Equipment” is equipment in our view not carried by RAC patrols or RAC contractors.
“The Party/Your Party” means the persons including you, travelling with you for the whole period of the journey.
“United Kingdom/UK” means England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and for the purpose of this document includes the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
“Motorcycle” means the motorcycle you are riding whose details have been provided by us to our contractor.
“We/Our/Us” means Yamaha Motor Europe N.V., branch UK and/or third party acting on Our behalf.
“You/Your” means the owner of the motorcycle and any other person riding the motorcycle with the owner’s consent.