At Automotive Logistics we believe in being open and up front regarding our services for and interaction with all our customers.  We believe that you should be able to view our Terms and Conditions easily.

An outline of our Terms and Conditions are detailed below (a full version is available on request).

These are important aspects to any movement booked with Automotive Logistics (AML).  Please make sure you (the Customer) have read and (if necessary) acted upon appropriate points in respect of vehicle movement bookings:

  • > Additional requirements relating to collection / delivery must be advised by the Customer to the (AML) Operations Team and not directly to a driver
  • > Additional requirements requested by the Customer cannot be authorised by AML’s drivers and AML will not be liable in such an event
  • > Whilst AML plans all routes effectively unforeseen incidents (traffic, accidents, road closures etc.) can cause delays – AML will endeavour to keep the Customer (and their customer / supplier) apprised of any delays in collection or delivery
  • > Unless advised otherwise all vehicles delivered to end users / customers will be assumed to be paid for in full prior to delivery.  AML accepts no liability for delivered vehicles that have not been paid for without prior notification from the Customer
  • > Where a driver has been dispatched and a movement is cancelled by the Customer   and not by AML an aborted movement charge will apply
  • > Where an aborted movement occurs the original charge for the movement will apply
  • > AML will use reasonable endeavours to reduce abortive charges whenever possible
  • > In booking a movement the Customer agrees that the vehicle(s) can legally be driven on the highway and complies with all legal requirements and where applicable have a valid MOT certificate
  • > The inspection report carried out by AML’s driver is a visual inspection only and is not concerned with the mechanics of the vehicle
  • > All goods and valuables must, where possible, be removed from the vehicle prior to collection. If not they must be detailed on AML’s collection / delivery report upon collection
  • > Unless advised otherwise by the Customer AML will manage vehicle fuel levels to empty upon delivery
  • > Where a vehicle breaks down and requires recovery through AML’s resource all charges in this respect will be invoiced directly to the Customer
  • > Exceptions made to any of the above points must be represented and agreed with AML in writing prior to the movement of the vehicle
  • > All other terms apply.  E&OE


Last update – 18.09.19