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Creating a Rental Account on the EquipmentShare Website
Creating a Rental Account on the EquipmentShare Website

Instructions on how to create an account with EquipmentShare to rent equipment and manage account.

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Written by Breanne Cassidy
Updated over a week ago

Creating an EquipmentShare rental account gives you access to renting equipment, managing profile settings, viewing invoices, making payments, and using our T3 technology to maximize your rental experience.

Creating a New EquipmentShare Rental Account

  • Access the EquipmentShare website from

  • Select the Profile icon on the top right.

  • Select Start here to create a new account.

  • Enter your email address in the Get Started window and select Continue.

  • Check your inbox for a confirmation code to continue setting up your account.

  • Select Confirm My Email to continue.

  • The Create Your Company Account form will open. Enter your First name, Last name, Company name, and Password.

    • Check the box for text and notification alerts. When checked, you will be asked to enter your mobile phone number.

    • Select Create Account to continue.

  • An Account Confirmed window will appear, and you will be routed to the login page.

  • Enter your Email address and select Continue.

  • Enter your Password and select Continue.

  • You'll be asked if you'd like to invite your team. You can skip this step for later.

  • To invite your team, enter their email addresses, separated by a comma. Select Add.

    • Select a User or Manager role for the added member.

    • Manager: Allows oversight and management of rental operations, including inviting team members at the User Role.

    • User: Enables renting equipment and managing personal transactions with limited access to other features. Users can also invite team members at the User Role.

  • Select Invite teammates to send the invitation via email to the recipient.

  • Your account has been created.

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