From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishat your own riskat your own riskRISKif you do something at your own risk, you do it when you understand the possibledangers and have been warned about them 🔊 You can use it, but it’s at your own risk. 🔊 All personal belongings are left at the owner’s risk. →risk
Examples from the Corpus
at your own risk• You could leave your bicycle at Dingle Station every day for a week for only 6d, at your own risk of course.• Follow their adviceat your own risk.• There are also sanctionednudebeaches and unsanctioned beaches, where you go buffat your own risk.• Danger - enterat your own risk.• Parkers need to be clearly warned that they park their vehicles entirely at their own risk.• Anyone who swims in this part of the river does it at their own risk.• Journalists were allowed into the area, but only at their own risk.• The trespasser comes on to the premisesat his own risk.• Any such person relies upon the reportat his own risk.• But it's at your own risk.• Visitors who park their cars in the corner lot do so at their own risk.• Taste them at your own risk.