- In some countries approval is needed to set up a tent larger than 75 m2.
- The owner of the tent has the sole responsibility to make sure that these local rules are followed and that the mounting is correct.
- In case of bad weather conditions, it is your responsibility to ensure that people inside are safe and that the tent does not cause damage to others.
- Do not use open fire, welding equipment or other ignition sources in the tent. Though the fabric is made of flame retardant material it can still burn.
- It is always recommended that you secure your tent properly with safety straps and augers when you put up the structure.
- We recommend you to insure the tent, or check if it is covered by home contents insurance, in case of unplanned events, accidents or bad weather.
- Tents are meant as temporary shelter and must be evacuated under extreme weather conditions.