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  • Tier 4f Is Here

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    On January 1, 2015, the last of the EPA’s Tier 4f environmental regulations went into effect, mandating substantial reductions in pollutant emissions generated by “non-road” diesel engines.

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  • Negotiating Rental Contracts With Large Customers

    Rental Management Magazine October 2015 issue

    Some of our large customers insist on modifying our rental contract or using their own. What are the most important issues to consider and how can I avoid making a critical mistake?

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  • Rental Contracts: You Asked–We’re Answering

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    Because of the role your rental contract plays in your business, there always are questions regarding how it can best protect your business. That was evident from the many questions asked by rental operators who participated in January’s “Rental Contracts:

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  • ARA-New to Rental Guide (Contracts Only)

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    You can’t move forward without a sound rental contract that protects you and your business. According to ARA’s Business Management: Contracts and Legal Guidelines, written by attorney James Waite, the purpose of the contract is to:

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  • Obamacare: The Short Version

    How Health Care Reform Affects Your Taxes. How will the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka “ACA”) affect your taxes? How are you classified? Businesses are effectively divided into three broad categories..

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  • Creating Emergency Evacuation Plans

    Whose responsibility is it to create emergency evacuation plans for tents? In the past, this responsibility has typically fallen on the event planner or equipment lessee (customer). Fortunately for rental operators, these parties continue to shoulder much of the responsibility, but that is likely to change, at least to a degree. This appears to be yet another area where rental operators may soon find themselves being held liable for compliance with safety requirements over which they’ve historically had little or no control.

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