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All Costs below are in Euros

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

RENTALS:
The tenant agrees to pay the lessor at the end of the rental and return of the vehicle made:

  • 1. a fee calculated at the mileage rate for the number of miles traveled during the term of its lease, according to the indication of the meter installed on said vehicle by the manufacturer. In case of malfunction of the odometer, it is the client to immediately notify the owner under penalty of being invoiced 500 km per day at current rates.
  • 2. fees for the duration of the lease, and if requested by the tenant the amount of the renunciation of the payment of some damage in a collision, and the premiums for the medical and mechanical warranty, driver and passengers and goods transported.
  • 3. the fee for further repatriation of the vehicle if it is left to another place as planned without the consent of the lessor,
  • 4. all taxes, fees and direct or indirect payable on royalties, premiums, expenses and compensation provided for in paragraphs 1, 2, 3.
  • 5. all fines, costs, expenses and taxes on all offenses relating to traffic, parking, applicable during the term of the present and beyond the contract.
  • 6. expenses incurred by the hirer for the repair of damage due to collision or other damage to said vehicle, however, that the responsibility of the tenant, provided he has strictly observed all the terms and conditions this contract will be limited to the amount of the deductible indicated in the tariff.

DRIVERS AGE & LICENCE:
The minimum age for renting a car is 25 years for categories A and B, 30 years for the rest of the vehicles. Driver's must have licence for 5 years.

Renter must provide the following:

  • ID valid
  • Driving licenses valid for more than five years
  • Proof of residence
  • Credit card, American Express and / or Cheque, Cash.

CONTRACT PERIOD:
The lease is granted by the lessor for a specified period.

The renter agrees to return the vehicle at the scheduled Lease, surrender the vehicle to the lessor at the place agreed only to stop making the rent. For if the tenant wants to keep the vehicle for a longer period than originally agreed, after obtaining the written consent of the owner with a new contract, send without delay the amount of current rental or face to prosecution for misuse of vehicle and breach of trust.

If the vehicle is not returned to the lessor on the agreed date, if no written agreement for a possible extension, the lessor reserves the right to repossess the vehicle wherever it is and where it costs without the tenant that the latter can claim that a wrongful breach of tenancy. The failure by the tenant of the rental conditions will result in termination of the tenancy, without prejudice to damages that might be, if requested by the landlord.

INCAPACITY OF THE LESSOR:
Under no circumstances, the tenant can claim damages for delay in delivery or cancellation of the lease

INSURANCE:
Insurance can be purchased by the renter by transferring the insurance of his own vehicle. Only the renter and drivers approved by the lessor can claim the insured status. Whatever kind of insurance against theft, fire or accident or liable with identified third party without the tenant's responsibility is engaged to the deductible "irredeemable" follows:

If a party is identified and that responsibility is clearly established, this franchise will be refunded in proportion to the remaining share of responsibility to the tenant:

  • The renter notified and allowed to participate is committed to be insured for the benefit of a car insurance policy a copy of which is available to the tenant at the owner's principal place of business. This policy covers damages against third parties without limit according to the regulations in force in the country or the vehicle is registered.
  • The renter hereby gives its consent to the agreement called police and undertakes to observe the terms and conditions.

In addition, the renter agrees to take all appropriate measures to protect the interests of the lessor and lessor's insurance company.

In case of accident during the term of this contract, including:

  • Report to the landlord within 24 hours of any accident, theft or fire, and immediately alert the police authorities for any theft or injury.
  • Include in the statement of claim specifically the circumstances, names and addresses of potential witnesses, name and address of the insurance company of the other party and the policy number, join the report any police, gendarmerie declaration receipt of complaint etc.. and do and discuss it in any way responsible, nor deal or transact with others in connection with the accident.
  • Do not abandon the vehicle without taking care to ensure its preservation and safety,
  • Disaster with damage to the vehicle resulting from a collision with a third party or with a fixed or mobile, a franchise under the current rates will remain the responsibility of the tenant, the non-delivery within 24 hours of accident report or accident report will result in total billings for repairs following the accident. However, even if the tenant has agreed to pay the additional fee to reduce deductible, it will remain responsible for all damages caused to the upper parts of the body or hood following a clash against a fixed (bridge, tunnel, porch branch, overhanging trees and other objects). It is the same for the damage to the bodywork and mechanical parts underneath the vehicle (front, oil pan, etc.)..
  • The Lessor shall not be liable for any loss or damage to property and arbitrary values ??transported and left in or on the vehicle after restitution
  • Renter to the legal custody of the vehicle under section 1384 of the Civil Code: it undertakes to keep locking when not in use. If stolen, it will be covered by the insurance company of the lessor, subject to compliance with the terms and conditions of these terms and conditions of the return of keys, documents of the vehicle and the certificate of filing of complaint for theft issued by the competent authorities. In case of theft, an official declaration of theft (police Minutes shall be returned to the agency ParisLuxuryCar / PLC Partners with components of the alarm and the vehicle keys.) If these conditions are not met, the tenant will be held responsible and charged the full value of the vehicle plus the capital costs as determined by an expert as well as fees,
  • The vehicle is only insured for the duration of the lease. After this time, and unless an extension is agreed to in writing, the owner assumes no liability for accidents that might cause the tenant and he will do his personal business.

PENALTY CLAUSE:
non-compliance with Article Rental this contract will result, in addition to Repeatable fees and interest on arrears, the application of penalty clause, an indemnity is fixed arbitrarily at TWENTY PERCENT the sums actually due.

the amount of compensation calculated under clause criminal will be less than a minimum amount of €1000

CUSTODY AND USE OF VEHICLE:
The renter assumes custody of the vehicle at risk of being excluded from insurance coverage and thus be in a state of uninsured, the renter will not leave the vehicle by persons other than himself or those approved by the lessor in writing that it will guarantee pursuant to section 1384 of the Civil Code.

It also undertakes that the vehicle is not used:

  • To draw or propel any vehicle or trailer
  • For a person under the influence of narcotic or ethyl.
  • Through competitions
  • For the carriage for reward of passengers
  • In overload, the leased vehicle carrying more passengers than allowed or a load whose weight exceeds the payload of the vehicle, failure to comply with this requirement, the tenant would be responsible for any consequences of their importance
  • For a person who has provided the owner a false identity, age or address incorrect it is stated that the vehicle can be driven only by persons designated in the contract.
  • To carry dangerous goods or flammable or explosive could allow release of odors.In addition, the renter may not assign, sell, or pledge this vehicle, its equipment, tools, or treat them to affect prejudicially the owner.

The renter is subject to all legal obligations, regulations, customs or any other laws relating to public or private transportation, according to the purpose for which it affects the vehicle.

The renter's responsibility lasts for the entire period during which the vehicle was made available.

The customer is solely responsible for reporting and payment of duties and areas on the circulation of goods (customs, rules, etc.).

The lessor expressly reserves, in case it would call into question the right of recourse against the renter and ask for full compensation for harm suffered.

VEHICLE CONDITIONS:
The renter acknowledges that the vehicle has no obvious signs of deterioration except those noted on the contract, is in good working order and cleanliness, and that tires are in good condition with no cuts.

In case of deterioration of tires for a reason other than normal wear, they will be charged the same. Repairs punctures tires are charged to the renter as well as damage caused to the wheels.

Counters and their catch will not be violated, if such infringement, the tenant must pay rent on the basis of 700 kilometers per day regardless of the prosecution that the company ParisLuxuryCar / PLC Partners will.

The renter is responsible for damage other than normal wear and tear undergone by the vehicle, the vehicle damage, caused voluntarily or involuntarily (broken accessories, cigarette burns on seats, etc.) Always remain the responsibility of the renter.

PICK UP AND RETURN:
The vehicle is made available to the renter, it will be returned to the same place during the opening hours of the lessor, otherwise, the renter must pay to hire a mileage allowance or a lump sum specified in the current rate per kilometer separating the station from where the vehicle was left.

REPAIRS:
Rate stripes: 300 € ht, bumps and small tolerances € 350 item.

Wheels ht € 350 item.

CANCELLATIONS:

CANCELLATION POLICY
For all vehicles upon confirmation 30% of the total rental amount
Within 2 days prior to the rental 80% of the total rental amount
Within 0 to 24 hours prior to the rental 100% of the total rental amount

For complete terms and conditions, please contact us for the rental agreement of each country. Prices are subject to change without notice.

 
 
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France Information

 


France is the most visited country in the world, and for good reason. It is a country filled with spectacular attractions, perfect for a driving holiday. It is renowned for great food, great wine, cultural attractions of all kinds, art, and film. It is also a country steeped in history, with many areas virtually unchanged over the centuries. Besides all this, France is a country of spectacular natural beauty, from the Mediterranean coastline to the Alps. In short, France has every type of attraction a visitor could possibly ask for.

But not all of France is the same. Each region has its own distinct scenery, history and culture. Exploring the entire country on a driving holiday will yield much reward for the traveller.

BREATHALYZER:
New French Law from 01 July 2012 - that requires every driver in France to carry two certified alcohol breathalyzers in the motor vehicle. Every driver must have :
• A brand new breathalyzer
• A valid breathalyzer (which is valid 2 years)
• Complying with the NF ( Norme FranÁaise ) norm

If stopped by local police, the fine for not having a breathalyzer will be EUR 11. But there will be a limited grace period st through 1 November 2012, when it will become mandatory. Please note that a breathalyzer costs EUR 1 or 2 and you can find it in the following retail outlets:
• In supermarkets
• In gas stations
• In drugstores
• On-line websites





Paris

Paris, the City of Light, is well-renowned as a capital of culture, romance, history, art, fine dining and design. It is full of must-see landmarks and attractions. Landmarks include the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe and many museums and galleries. Events include Bastille Day celebrations on July 14, the French Tennis Open, Six Nations rugby in February, and the Tour de France.

The Alps

The Alps are perhaps the world’s premier winter sports region, and also great for hiking in summer. Albertville, Grenoble and Chamonix have all hosted the Winter Olympics. The Alps features many picturesque towns such as Chambéry, Annecy and Grenoble.

Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur

Also recommended for your vacation is Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur. Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur has many attractions, including the famous Riviera with its sophisticated resorts, Grasse, the perfume capital, stunning scenery inland, the port town of Menton, Nice, Antibes, St Tropez, Grimaud, Frejus and Cannes. Monaco is nearby. Whether you want beaches, glitz and glamour, history dating back to Roman times or dramatic scenery, this region has it all and is tremendously popular.

Lyon

Lyon is France’s second largest city. The city of Lyon is a must-visit destination for food lovers, as it is the French capital of good cuisine. It is also chock-full of cultural attractions and historical sites and is a centre of fashion and the silk trade. If that wasn’t enough, world-famous snowfields and ski areas are at Lyon’s doorstep.

Brittany

Brittany features a spectacular rugged coastline, many historical sites and picturesque villages.

Alsace, Lorraine, Franche Comté and Burgundy regions

The eastern part of France consists of the Alsace, Lorraine, Franche Comté and Burgundy regions, featuring gentle scenery and many beautiful cities. It is also a renowned wine region, producing pinot noirs and chardonnays famous the world over.

Lorraine, which borders Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany, was the site of many of the most ferocious battles of the First World War. Many visit the area to remember this chapter of history.

Alsace is a heavily forested region with ruined castles and attractive medieval villages.

Franche-Comte contains a mixture of forests, open country and quaint villages

The Aquitaine region is reputedly home to 1001 castles.

The Auvergne region was features the former capital of Vichy France. Nowadays, it features river and mountain activities, centred around several dormant volcanoes.

The Burgundy region contains beautiful scenery, Roman remains and is the home of Dijon mustard.

Central France features the Loire valley, which has many great castles and picturesque towns. It is one of the most popular regions for visitors and has been listed as a World Heritage site.

Calais includes the Amiens, Lille and Somme battlefield sites and war cemeteries from the First World War. Some of the trenches have been kept intact to help visitors understand the conditions that the soldiers faced.

Champagne-Ardenne is the home of champagne, the Reims cathedral and the Ardenne forests.

Corsica is a Mediterranean island with a spectacular coastline and a rugged mountainous interior.

Languedoc-Roussillon features long beaches, fine wines, the Millau bridge, dramatic landscapes and medieval architecture. The spectacular Millau bridge will be a driving highlight of your holiday.

Limousin, off the beaten track, features villages, woodlands and the village of Oradour-sur Glane, which was destroyed by the SS during the Second World War and its inhabitants killed. It has been preserved as a monument to this tragic chapter in history.

Pays de la Loire has long beaches, marshlands and the popular Puy du Fou theme park.

Midi Pyrenees, featuring the Pyrenees mountains, is popular for skiing and has dramatic mountain scenery and sheer cliffs.

Normandy has beautiful countryside, the Cider Route, the Alabaster Coast, the Rouen Cathedral and the Normandy beaches, known as the landing point of the Allied invasion of World War II. 

Picardy features cathedrals, open fields, hills and forests.

Poitou Charentes is the home of Cognac brandy and the historic town of Saintes. The coastline, on the Atlantic, is very popular.

Driving in France

France has a well-developed system of highways. Most of the freeway (autoroute) links are toll roads. Some have toll station giving you access to a section, others have entrance and exit toll stations. Don't lose your entrance ticket or you will be charged for the longest distance. All toll stations accept major credit cards, or you can use the automatic booth, but only if your card is equipped with a chip.

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