TERMS & CONDITIONS
Welcome to the Smart Drive Challenge!
The official terms contained herein (the “Terms“) are intended to govern the rights and obligations of participants in the Smart Drive Challenge (the “Program”). Upon registration by each participant, these Terms shall constitute a fully binding agreement between Scout Environmental including its affiliates, subsidiaries, contractors and collaborators (“Scout“), and you, the participant.
Each participant in the Program must carefully read these Terms.
By registering to participate in the Program, you consent to:
- these Terms; and
both of which are an integral part of these Terms.
If you do not agree to these Terms or any of its parts, then you are prohibited and must refrain from participating in the Program.
To be eligible as a participant of the Program (a “Participant”), each Participant must legally reside in Canada and must have reached the age of eighteen  at the time of registration to the Program.
The following key points of the Terms are highlighted here for your convenience only. These key points are not made in lieu of the full Terms and their presence in this section does not mean that they are intended to supersede or override any other terms or conditions provided by Scout.
Data usage: An Internet connection required to access and use the online portion of the Program, and any associated charges (e.g. mobile or home data expenses) incurred by your participation in the Program are your exclusive responsibility and made solely at your expense. Participating in the Program requires an online connection between your internet browsing device and the Internet. The expenses of such connection are as prescribed by the agreement between you and your communication service provider (such as your cellular or internet company), and according to its applicable terms of payment.
Prizes: Prizes will be awarded through several prize draws. Participants are eligible for the prize draws by registering in full for the Program and achieving key Program actions such as completing training courses and submitting follow-up surveys. Participants are eligible for each draw by completing these actions and receive one draw entry for each point they have earned. For example, a Participant who has completed their first training course and has 300 points will receive 300 entries into the first prize draw. – so the more points you have, the better your chances to win cash prizes!
The following table outlines the draws and available prizes:
Email Communication: Email is the primary way we communicate with you as a participant in Smart Drive Challenge. Depending on your level of participation in the program, you may receive the following emails:
- After submitting your registration: an email to confirm the email address you provided and an email welcoming you to the program
- If you register, but don’t complete any training resources: an email two and four weeks after registering reminder you about the training resources
- If you complete the first course, ecoDriving Online: an email 1, 3, and 6 months after completion asking you to complete a quick survey to help measure the impact of the program
- If you don’t complete a survey: an email reminding you about the survey and asking you to please complete it
TERMINATION OF PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM
You may terminate your participation in the Program at any time and for whatever reason. If you would also like Scout to delete your personal information collected during the registration process, please notify Scout in writing. On receiving such a request, Scout will use reasonable efforts to delete such information.
Scout retains the right to discontinue your participation in the Program at any time and for any reason Scout deems appropriate, at its sole and absolute discretion.
COPYRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
All intellectual property related to the Program, including, without limitation, all trademarks, trade names, logos, designs, promotional materials, web pages, frameworks, methodologies, tools, interfaces, processes, techniques and know‐how used in the development, performance and outcome are owned or licensed by Scout. All rights are reserved. Unauthorized copying or use of any copyrighted material or intellectual property without the express written consent of its owner is strictly prohibited.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND WARRANTY
Scout provides the Program and all content included therein for use on an “as is” and “as available” basis. Scout hereby disclaim all warranties and representations, either express or implied, with respect to the Program, including, without limitation, any warranties, and fitness for a particular purpose, features, quality, non-infringement, title, compatibility, performance, security or accuracy.
You agree and acknowledge that you assume full, exclusive and sole responsibility for your participation in the Program, and you further agree and acknowledge that your participation in the Program is made entirely at your own risk. You further acknowledge that it is your responsibility to comply with all applicable laws while participating in the Program.
Scout will not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damage, or any other damage, and loss (including loss of profit and loss of data), costs, expenses and payments, either in tort, contractual, or in any other form of liability, arising from, or in connection with the Program.
This limitation of liability shall survive the Program or earlier termination of a Participant’s participation in the Program.