What does the Waiver and Release form do for us and why do we have to sign it at every event?
This form is the single MOST important document NCCC has. The Release and Waiver of Liability is the form that protects NCCC, its member clubs and NCCC members if an injured participant, worker, or volunteer sues you. All participants must sign this form as required.
When are waivers required?
Waivers are required for the following:
All Sanctioned events.
All Non-Sanctioned events if required by the Competition Rulebook.
Any event whereby the venue requires a Certificate of Insurance.
All Club Sponsored car shows for participants & workers only.
When we have a car show at a dealership or mall parking lot, it is virtually impossible to require all of the general public to sign a waiver.
When an event such as a car show occurs in an open uncontrolled area such as this where the general public spontaneously enters the area for viewing of the cars they do not have to sign a waiver. However, all of the Sponsor Club(s) members, workers, and all entrants must sign the appropriate waivers to adequately provide the NCCC Insurance coverage for that event.
Suppose a spectator, participant, or worker does not want to sign the waiver?
Anyone that refuses to sign a waiver is NOT permitted to participate, work, or enter ANY RESTRICTED AREA at any NCCC event requiring waivers.
Parade participation and/or the chauffeuring of local dignitaries.
These activities are “Club sponsored events” and participants, including those who are riding as passengers within the cars, MUST sign a waiver in-order for coverage to apply.
Club members have a published social event in which members meet to eat & socialize at a public location.
As this is a social event for members, waivers are no longer required.
For more information on waivers and NCCC insurance visit the NCCC Insurance page at http://www.corvettesnccc.org/Insurance.html.