Day trade options rules for checkers
Those terms will be presented in conjunction with the particular program or offer and will be binding on those who participate in those programs or offers.
These Terms will apply equally. Without limitation, the additional terms include the following: The Checkers Online Services are not intended for use by anyone under age If you create an account, you agree you will: You agree to take responsibility for all activities on or under any account registered to you and you accept all risks for any unauthorized use of your account.
You are responsible for providing the equipment and services that you need to access and use the Checkers Online Services. We do not guarantee that the Checkers Online Services are accessible on any particular equipment or device or with any particular software or service plan. We reserve the right, without notice and in our sole discretion at any time, to terminate your right to access and use the Checkers Online Services or any component of them and to block or prevent future access to and use of the Checkers Online Services and to delete your account and any related information.
Any obligation or liability incurred prior to our termination of your access to the Checkers Online Services will survive such termination. The Checkers Online Services are owned by Checkers and licensed to you for your personal, non-commercial use only. Except as expressly provided in these Terms, you may not copy, distribute, publish, transmit, modify, transmit, publicly display or perform, create derivative works of or otherwise exploit any part of the Checkers Online Services.
You may use the Checkers Online Services for lawful purposes and in accordance with these Terms. No other use is permitted. Without limiting the foregoing, you may not use the Checkers Online Services: You understand and agree that: Any new feature that augments, enhances or modifies the current Checkers Online Services is subject to these Terms; b we may decline to provide access to the Checkers Online Services or stop permanently or temporarily providing the Checkers Online Services or any feature, program or content within the Checkers Online Services to you or other users at our sole discretion, without notice or liability to you; and c if we disable access to your account, you may be prevented from accessing the Checkers Online Services, your account details, or any files or other content which are contained in your account.
You further understand that service may not be available in all areas at all times and may be affected by product, software, coverage or service changes made by your mobile service provider or otherwise.
Additional terms and conditions may apply to your use of our mobile applications based on the type of mobile device that you use. By accessing or using any Checkers Online Services via a mobile device, you agree to these Terms and to any applicable terms of a mobile app you may use. You are responsible for compliance with any local laws if you access or use the Checkers Online Services anywhere else. All prices displayed on the Checkers Online Services are quoted in U. Dollars and are valid and effective only in the United States.
Checkers reserves the right, at your expense, to assume the exclusive defense and control of any matter otherwise subject to indemnification by you, and if Checkers assumes defense and control, you agree to cooperate with our defense of an applicable claim. You agree not to settle any matter related to the Checkers Online Services, including indemnified claims, without our prior written consent.
We will use reasonable efforts to inform you of any indemnified matter. The Covered Parties are not responsible or liable for the conduct of any user of the Checkers Online Services. The only remedy available to you under these terms AND in connection with the checkers online services is reimbursement of the access fees you have paid for the checkers online services.
In the event that you have a dispute with one or more other users, you hereby release the covered entities from any and all claims, demands, damages actual and consequential , losses and liabilities of every kind or nature, known and unknown, suspected and unsuspected, disclosed and undisclosed, arising out of or in any way related to these disputes.
If you live in a jurisdiction that does not allow disclaimer of warranties or exclusion of damages, the foregoing disclaimers and exclusions may not apply to you. You must bring any claim you have against checkers relating to these terms or the Checkers Online Services within two years from the date of accrual of the applicable claim. We are available by email at to address any concerns you may have regarding your use of the Checkers Online Services.
Most concerns may be quickly resolved in this manner. The parties shall use their best efforts to settle any dispute, claim, question, or disagreement directly through consultation and good faith negotiations which shall be a precondition to either party initiating a lawsuit or arbitration.
If the parties do not reach an agreed upon solution within a period of thirty 30 days from the time informal dispute resolution is pursued pursuant to Section The arbitrator, and not any federal, state or local court or agency, shall have exclusive authority to resolve all disputes arising out of or relating to the interpretation, applicability, enforceability or formation of these Terms of Service, including, but not limited to any claim that all or any part of these Terms of Service is void or voidable.
The arbitrator shall be empowered to grant whatever relief would be available in a court under law or in equity. The arbitrator's award shall be binding on the parties and may be entered as a judgment in any court of competent jurisdiction. The procedures and rules of the Federal Arbitration Act shall exclusively govern the interpretation and enforcement of this arbitration provision and the parties hereby reject, waive and disclaim the application of the TExas Arbitration Act.
The AAA's rules governing the arbitration may be accessed at www. To the extent the filing fee for the arbitration exceeds the cost of filing a lawsuit, Checkers will pay the additional cost. A request for payment of fees should be submitted to AAA along with your form for initiating the arbitration, and Checkers will make arrangements to pay all necessary fees directly to AAA.
The arbitration rules also permit you to recover attorney's fees in certain cases. The parties understand that, absent this mandatory provision, they would have the right to sue in court and have a jury trial. They further understand that, in some instances, the costs of arbitration could exceed the costs of litigation and the right to discovery may be more limited in arbitration than in court.
The parties further agree that any arbitration shall be conducted in their individual capacities only and not as a class action or other representative action, and the parties expressly waive their right to file a class action or seek relief on a class basis. If any court or arbitrator determines that the class action waiver set forth in this paragraph is void or unenforceable for any reason or that an arbitration can proceed on a class basis, then the arbitration provision set forth above shall be deemed null and void in its entirety and the parties shall be deemed to have not agreed to arbitrate disputes.
Notwithstanding the parties' decision to resolve all disputes through arbitration, either party may also seek relief in a small claims court for disputes or claims within the scope of that court's jurisdiction. You have the right to opt-out and not be bound by the arbitration and class action waiver provisions set forth in the preceding three paragraphs by sending written notice of your decision to opt-out to the following address: The notice must be sent within thirty 30 days of registering to use the Checkers Online Services, otherwise you shall be bound to arbitrate disputes in accordance with the terms of those Sections.
If you opt-out of these arbitration provisions, Checkers also will not be bound by them. Solely to the extent the arbitration provisions set forth above do not apply, or for purposes of either party enforcing an award granted to it pursuant to arbitration, the parties agree that any litigation between them shall be filed exclusively in state or federal courts located in Tampa, FL except for small claims court actions which may be brought in the county where you reside.
The parties expressly consent to exclusive jurisdiction in Tampa, FL for any litigation other than small claims court actions. The Parties irrevocably consent to personal jurisdiction in Tampa, FL for any litigation and hereby waive, for all purposes, their right to challenge the lack of personal jurisdiction of Tampa, FL over any litigation arising in connection with, out of, or as a result of a these Terms or the Checkers Online Services, and b any acts or omissions of any of the Covered Entities in connection with these Terms or the Checkers Online Services.
You may not remove or alter any copyright, trademark or other proprietary right notice in the Checkers Online Services. All rights not expressly granted are reserved. Checkers is strongly committed to respecting intellectual property and other rights.
As set forth in the following paragraphs, we have a policy of responding to notices of alleged copyright and trademark infringement that comply with applicable laws, including the Digital Millennium Copyright Act in the United States, and terminating accounts of repeat infringers in appropriate circumstances.
To report a problem other than copyright or trademark infringement, please email MobileCSR checkers. We may, in our sole discretion, limit, suspend, or terminate and user's access or account, delay or remove Content, and take technical and legal steps to keep users from using the Checkers Online Services, if we think that they are creating problems or possible legal liabilities, infringing the intellectual property rights of third parties, or acting inconsistently with the letter or spirit of our policies for example, and without limitation, circumventing temporary or permanent suspensions or harassing our employees or other users.
Checkers will respond to proper notifications of claimed copyright infringement with respect to material posted by users, and will take appropriate action including removing and disabling access to the allegedly infringing material. After the war, Checker cars, although mechanically similar to the pre-war models, were styled like many late s sedans. This basic design continued in production until A brand-new " wheelbase body-on-frame design was introduced in December , called A8, and that basic body style would be retained for the duration of Checker production until the end, in The through A8 Checkers featured single headlights, Chevrolet taillights, and a thick, single-bar grille.
In , quad headlights became legal in the U. Parking lights were housed in each far side of the grille insert. Taillights were also changed to the familiar vertical chrome strip housing dual red lenses.
Early models also featured a single separate bumper-mounted backup light. Another change between the A8 and later models is the rear window. Originally flat in the A8 with a thicker "C" pillar, the rear window on later models wrapped around a thinner roof-line, affording improved all-around visibility.
For , Checker introduced the A9 series taxi, as well as for the first time, a passenger sedan to be marketed to the general public, the A10 Superba. For , the Marathon sedan and station wagon were introduced, upscale versions of the Superba. The Superba was discontinued in , and from that time on, the taxicabs were designated A11, the Marathon became the A With the cancellation of the Continental inline six-cylinder engine for , Checker switched to Chevrolet overhead-valve inline 6-cylinder engines, with the small-block Chevy and V8s optional.
Starting in , Checker used the ubiquitous cubic-inch small-block Chevrolet V8 as an option, which was available until the end of production.
GM phased out the Chevy inline six in Starting in , both Chevrolet and Checker offered a new cubic-inch V6 as the standard engine, with a small-block or V8 as optional.
The standard transmission for the Checker since the s was a conventional 3-speed manual. Starting in , Checker began producing passenger car versions of the taxis to the general public. The first of these models were labeled "A10 Superba" and the line included a sedan as well as a station wagon. Superbas were built from through A more luxurious model called the "A12 Marathon" was introduced in , and remained in production until To the public, Checker cars were advertised as a roomy and rugged alternative to the standard American passenger sedan.
A Marathon station wagon Model A12W was also offered, but buyers preferred style and power over practicality, so the Checkers saw limited sales with the public.
In , the State of New York pursued Markin and Checker on antitrust charges, alleging that it controlled both the taxi service and manufacture of taxis, and thus favored itself in fulfilling orders. Rather than allow Checker drivers to begin buying different brands of cars, Markin began selling licenses in New York City.
Federal safety rules increased throughout the s and s, Checkers kept pace and despite having the same basic body design, Checker enthusiasts can often identify the year of a Checker based on its safety equipment. The and later models were labeled "Unleaded Fuel Only," and introduced the new delta-style Chevrolet steering wheel. In the s, power steering and power-assisted front disc brakes became standard.
In , the windshield wipers became parallel-action. During the late s and s, Checker sold a few specialized versions of the A These included the Medicar and the Aerobus.
The Medicar was introduced in and was designed to function as an ambulance, or transporter for wheelchair-bound passengers. The rear doors were large enough to allow a wheelchair to enter the car, and they swung open almost degrees. This car also featured a raised roof, and facilities to lock a wheelchair to the floor when in motion.
It accommodated up to 12 passengers and was marketed as an airline shuttle. Despite its reputation as a basic taxicab, luxury, limousine-type Marathons were also available mostly in later years. The AE model, specially built for the wife of the CEO of the company, remains in brand-new condition with less than 50 miles on the odometer. The company continued operation at partial capacity making parts for General Motors until January when it declared bankruptcy.
Because their styling changed little from through , many film producers were not careful to use period-correct Checker cars in their work. Often, a later model Checker with side marker lights, lates bumpers, etc. With the exception of the A10, A11, and Marathon models, only a handful of pre Checkers exist. They were produced in the thousands, but led a life of rough city streets, constant idling, and high mileage.
Once they were retired from taxi service, they typically were scrapped. Once production ceased in , collectors became interested. At that time, however, only the later models still existed, so those are the cars that can be found today. One is a Model E, the other is a Model Y. The museum also features the very last car the company assembled, a A11 taxi in Chicago green and ivory livery. In the early s, a number of worn Checker A2s and A4s were shipped to Finland to address an automobile shortage.
A Model A is also in the hands of a private collector, completely restored. Several hundred post Checkers in various conditions exist. Until recently, accurate scale models of any Checker automobile were extremely scarce; however after these venerable taxis disappeared from big cities, several manufacturers of die-cast models have issued licensed models of the A10 and A11 Checkers.
Most notably, Sun Star produced several versions of the A11 taxicab in New York livery, along with Chicago and Los Angeles colors and markings in their usual 1: These models feature detailed interiors, engines, chassis, and have accurate emblems and markings on the body.