When driving a rental car, there is a question that comes to mind of the tenant. One of these questions is, “What happens when I get a ticket?” This is a very good question because the car is not in the rental name. The car is in the name of the rental car company. This means things can get a little complicated depending on the company you’re using. Of course, it’s easy to say that you shouldn’t do anything to get a ticket. But it is not always easy.
Getting a ticket
So let’s say we get parking tickets. You didn’t mean to say you just didn’t see any signs or parked on the parking meter and forgot to provide it. So you go home, write a check, and mail the money for your ticket to town. However, you see a few weeks later that you received a letter from the rental car company telling you that the ticket was not issued. You know you paid for it, so you call the city and they tell you they paid. You can then call the rental car company and you find out that they will charge you a fee for contacting the city of contact that issued you the ticket. This is because they have in their records that they got a car parking ticket. The point to be caught is that the ticketing officer has to put the VIN and license plate numbers in the car, which are registered under the rental car company.
Sometimes, only one price is set if the car rental company pays the fee and then they spend it on the customer. However, where you pay the ticket and the car rental company contacts you, they are more likely to see if the ticket has been issued. These companies receive thousands of tickets every day and do not have the manpower to verify that each ticket has been issued. When the ticket-issuing municipality communicates with the rental car company about providing a quote, they automatically assume that the ticket has not been issued. You can sometimes fax a receipt of actual payment to the car rental company to get your money back. However, the car rental company will charge a charge.
If you get a speeding ticket, the penalty is against you and not the car you are driving. Your personal driver’s license is involved. The police check the plates to make sure that what they are checking is, but not the car rental company, you have to be punished. The only way is if something goes wrong without paying a fine. If the car rental company has to get involved in that case, you can somehow expect extra costs.
Parking tickets are no exception, but speeding tickets are against you, and the one exception that is not the car is in your case of being caught on camera. If the camera picks you up fast, the authority uses the license plate number to know where the ticket will be sent. Rental car company gets tickets. They can pay for it, but you have to pay for it with care. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.