The Facts about Moonwalk Rentals in the State of Texas
The Texas Department of Insurance has determined by law that inflatable devices are considered amusement rides and the operators must carry insurance and have their inflatable units inspected and registered annually. Please read below for information from The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) regarding these new requirements or click here to visit their website.
To legally operate in Texas, an amusement ride owner/operator must file with TDI an insurance policy with certain minimum limits for bodily injury for persons using the ride and an annual amusement ride safety inspection certificate. The inspection is performed by an approved inspector of the insurance company. Rides meeting the requirements will be issued a TDI Amusement Ride Compliance Sticker (similar to an automobile safety inspection sticker), which will indicate the expiration date of the inspection certificate. The sticker should be affixed to a major component of each ride in a location visible to the ride participants.
The amusement ride owner/operator is required to provide a photocopy of the inspection certificate and the required insurance policy to any sponsor, lessor, landowner or other person responsible for amusement rides publicly used.
An amusement ride inspection certificate indicates the ride has met the standards required by the manufacturer, insurer, or the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). Recognition by the Department that the amusement ride has satisfied these standards is not an endorsement by the Department or a statement regarding the safe operation of the amusement ride. (READ MORE...)
Barry Amusements meets ALL requirements as set forth by The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI)