· Debit cards may continue to be used to pay rental fees at the time of return for U.S. citizens Some U.S. credit cards and private auto insurance offer car rental insurance, so please check with your credit card provider and personal auto insurance for details. If this coverage is accepted, the benefits will apply to all accidental injuries during your rental period, whether or not you are in the car. Your passengers are also insured, but only for incidents that occur during the occupation of the Hertz rental car. This section contains the precautions and other details necessary to travel with a pet in the rental car. Personal Effects Coverage (PEC), which is offered in combination with PAI, is an option that ensures against the risk of loss or damage to protect your personal belongings while renting at Hertz. With the choice of PEC, you are insured for the duration of the lease. PEC is an insurance cover and pays in addition to all the other policies you have (z.B an owner`s policy). 1.1.14. “parties”: the parties to this lease and “party,” each of them, as the context requires; 1.1.15.
“transformation tax,” a per-incident charge levied for the handling of parking, speed or other offences, as well as electronic tolls and tolls per transaction for the vehicle, while at the tenant`s risk; 1.1.16. “price,” the price to be paid by the tenant for the rental of a vehicle within the meaning of the lease; 1.1.17. “rental,” the tenant`s rental of a vehicle in accordance with this lease agreement; 1.1.18. “lease agreement,” the rental form that is read with these rental conditions, if any, the HERO brochure, warnings and instructions when handing over the keys to the vehicle to the tenant and all communications transmitted or transmitted to the tenant; 1.1.19. “rental form,” the printed form attached to the lease conditions; 1.1.20. “unpaid administration fees,” the applicable amount charged to the tenant if the vehicle is not returned to the landlord by the tenant after the end of the tenancy period; 1.1.21. “rental period,” the period beginning from the date and date on which the driver excludes the rental form and ends on the date and time the driver is required to return the vehicle to the renter, and includes a longer period, pursuant to Clause 3 below; 1.1.22. “tenant,” the person (including legal entities) who entered into this lease with the lessor and includes the driver and, if necessary, the additional driver, in solidarity; 1.1.23. “place of rent”: the landlord`s premises from which the vehicle is rented by the tenant or, failing that, a location agreed upon by the landlord; 1.1.24. “Super Waiver” means that, if the waiver is acquired prior to the start of the lease, the lessor will further reduce the tenant`s liability for the waiver of damages and collision damages or the exemption from theft from the circumstances mentioned in point 14 above; 1.1.25.