Approximately three months before the end of your vehicle`s contract or financing agreement, check the condition of your vehicle using the BVRLA fair use guidelines. In order to avoid the costs of ending the rental agreement, unacceptable damage should be repaired or missing goods replaced before the vehicle is returned. Click here to read the BVRLA Fair Wear and Tear guides, which detail the standards of the rental and leasing industry. Worn or damaged tyres must be replaced by the original specifications. The assessment of load and speed must also be in accordance with and in accordance with the terms of your agreement. All Vehicle Contracts is a member of the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) and is subject to the standards recommended by the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA), which are also widespread in the automotive industry for all major rental and leasing companies. The BVRLA guide is an industry standard for what is considered fair use of your vehicle when it is returned at the end of its contract or financing agreement. You should not pay any additional fees if: If the vehicle needs to be repaired at any time, make sure that all general repairs and accident repairs are carried out at paint and body shops approved by the manufacturer`s principal representative, who should be authorized by the relevant contract rental in accordance with the terms of your agreement. For the duration of the contract, the vehicle must be maintained and maintained in the manufacturer`s approved workshop, in accordance with the manufacturer`s recommendations, and meet the conditions of your agreement. We inspect the vehicle at the pick-up point and provide obvious photographic evidence.
You or your representative, the damage is physically displayed at the time of pickup and we provide you with a complete report showing the damage and costs. If you do not agree with the inspector`s report, you should note the details of your disagreement with the document provided. This will not eliminate or reduce costs at this stage. Please contact us to discuss the claim in more detail. If you have assigned an estimated license plate, it must be removed before the end of the rental period. It is advisable to wait at least 2 months before the end of the agreement so that you can complete the necessary documents to ensure that your estimated license plate is placed on guard and that the issued license plate is returned to the vehicle before the end of the contract. The BVRLA is also a conciliation body in the absence of an amicable agreement. We are committed to generalizing what is acceptable and unacceptable as follows and as recommended by the BVRLA with regard to the return of contract vehicles. The conditions for the return of vehicles are indicated in the corresponding documents that refer to your agreement or the agreement of your company. We can also help you reduce costs by offering inexpensive strategies to minimize damage before the vehicle is returned. This can be an effective way to avoid costly damage at the end of the contract. Defective tyres are the most common reason why vehicle inspections are cancelled.
If the tires on the vehicle do not comply with BVRLA standards, we cannot complete the inspection and a cancellation fee will be charged to your financial service provider. In order for us to successfully pick up the vehicle, you must ensure that there is at least 1 day of valid TÜV left. Anything but that can have the effect of charging a fee. Established in 1967, the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association is the commercial organisation for companies involved in the rental and leasing of cars and commercial vehicles. We are familiar with the interpretation of the BVRLA Fair Wear and Tear Guides and if we believe that unfair fees have been collected, we will challenge them on your behalf. You have the option to repair the vehicle before returning. All repairs made prior to returning to the vehicle must comply with BVRLA standards and be carried out by repairers who can provide a fully transferable warranty to their work. . . .