WHAT YOU NEED IN ORDER TO RENT A CAR
- A valid un-endorsed driver’s license.
- Credit card / SA debit card (for certain supplier)
WHAT IS RENTER’S LIABILITY
The amount payable by the renter in the event of theft or damage to the vehicle.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE RATE
- Unlimited mileage, CDW and taxes
- Roadside assistance
WHAT IS EXCLUDED FROM THE RATE
- Contract fee
- All other extras
NO guarantees on a specific vehicle.
Conditions of rentals:
Should the required vehicle be unavailable, a model with similar features will be supplied
Payment for the rental days to be taken upfront and a deposit will be held on the credit card for fuel and the excess amount where applicable (pre-authorization).
Renters and drivers must be over the age of 21 and be in possession of a valid, un-endorsed driver’s license (2 yrs +).
Pre-delivery of vehicles is subject to confirmation at time of reservation.
Damaged or stolen tyres, rims, hubcaps, glass and radio/CD will be replaced at the renter’s cost.
All rates include the cost of maintenance and oil.
Fuel is not included in the rates. All vehicles are hired out with a full tank of fuel and the renter pays for fuel whilst the vehicle is on hire and for refueling at termination of rental.
Delivery and collection charges are included in the cost during normal office hours week days.
Delivery or collection taking place after hours, weekends and public holidays will be subject to a fee.
Should the renter wish to return a vehicle to a different location/city from the pick up, a one-way fee will be applicable depending on the distance.
All rates include VAT.
Rentals are subject to out supplier’s standard terms and conditions of agreement, and are subject to change without prior notice.
Please note: Any damages/theft caused as a result of negligence will not be covered by insurance.
A handling fee will be levied on all damages and traffic fines.
Timely notification of extension to original renal period is important is order to retain validity of insurance.
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