These general terms and conditions govern the contractual relationship between DD Sport Car (“the lessor") and the customer (“the lessee"), by virtue of which the former assigns to the latter the use of a vehicle for the term, price and other conditions established in the rental contract. 

The lessee undertakes to use and drive the vehicle in compliance with the rules of the Highway Code in force in the place and at the time of providing the service and in accordance with the specifications of use of the type of vehicle leased. The vehicle may only be used on public roads. The use of the vehicle is expressly prohibited in the following cases: Driving the vehicle on unauthorised or unpaved roads or roads whose condition could pose a risk of damage to the vehicle. Use the vehicle in circuits or competitions. Use the vehicle if there is a risk, especially if the alarm lights on the control panel illuminate. Take the vehicle out to other countries without the express written permission of the lessor. Transporting people for a fee. To drive the vehicle in inferiority of physical conditions motivated by alcohol, drugs. Using the vehicle to push or tow other vehicles or any other object. To transport in the same one toxic, inflammable and in general dangerous substances and/or that infringe the effective legal dispositions. To transport the rental vehicle on board any type of boat, train, lorry or airplane, unless expressly authorised in writing by the lessor.

It is strictly forbidden for the lessee to assign, sublease, rent, mortgage, pledge, sell or in any way give as a guarantee both the vehicle and the rental contract, its keys, documentation, equipment, tools and/or accessories and/or any other part or part thereof; or to treat the foregoing in such a way as to cause damage to the lessor. 

At the time of the formalization of the rental contract and the delivery of the vehicle, the renter must be present to sign the rental contract and present original driver's license, ID or passport and credit card. The lessor reserves the express right to refuse to rent the vehicle in the event that the lessee or the person indicated by him as the driver did not prove in due form to be holder of a valid driver's license in force at the time of formalizing the rental contract. The vehicle may only be driven by the lessee, as well as those persons designated in the lease contract, provided that they are over 21 years of age and whose driving licences are at least 2 years old. For drivers under 25 years of age, specific charges may apply depending on the model. The lessee receives the vehicle described in the contract in a correct state of operation and maintenance, with no deficiencies, except for the observations that may be made when the vehicle is received in the rental contract itself. In the event that the rented vehicle contains a defect that is not included in the rental contract, the hirer is obliged to report this before moving the vehicle. The lessee receives complete documentation, a copy of the vehicle key, tools and accessories, especially reflective vests and triangles of signage. The lessee undertakes to use the accessories diligently and to return them in the same condition in which they were delivered. If the accessories are not returned at the end of the rental contract, the lessee undertakes to pay the lessor for any accessories that have not been delivered. If, during the rental period, any of the witnesses that detected an anomaly in the operation of the vehicle affecting the safety of the vehicle or when external signs indicating a breakdown or malfunction of the vehicle are illuminated on the instrument panel, the lessee must stop the vehicle as soon as possible and contact the lessor or the road assistance company. 

Using the vehicle in case of risk is prohibited. Likewise, manipulating the vehicle's odometer is totally forbidden, and the lessee must immediately inform the lessor of any breakdown in the vehicle. The hirer receives the vehicle with a full tank and must return it in the same condition in which it was received, otherwise he will be billed an additional charge that includes both the cost of fuel consumed plus 50 € of the cost of the refueling service. This charge may be made by charging it to the security deposit or to the valid payment method by which the payment was made. The lessee must refuel the vehicle with the right type of fuel for it, otherwise the lessee will be responsible for the costs incurred by the transfer and/or repair of damage to the vehicle. Likewise, in this case, the lessee must pay the lessor the respective charge for loss of profit due to the immobilisation of the vehicle. 
In order to guarantee the fulfilment of his obligations, the tenant must pay a security deposit at the beginning of the rental period. This guarantee will be returned once the rental has ended in full provided that the vehicle is returned in the same conditions as it was delivered and has not breached any of the obligations of the contract. 

The amount lent as a deposit at the beginning of the rental contract by the lessee to the lessor may not be used as an extension of the rental contract. The rental contract may be extended for a longer period than that agreed upon with the express permission of the lessor.

Payment Methods: We accept payment by credit and debit card, Visa, Mastercard, also American Express with an extra charge of 5% for high commissions. It is also possible to pay the rent and the deposit by bank transfer. 
The duration of the rental will be as initially agreed in the rental contract, the lessee undertakes to return the vehicle to the lessor along with keys, documentation, accessories and additional equipment, before the expiry of the contracted period and at the agreed place agreed in the rental contract. DD Sport Car always offers a 60-minute courtesy period. In the event of failure to do so, the lessee shall be obliged to pay the lessor additional charges as stipulated in the contract.

In case of an accident, theft, fire, damage caused by animals or effects of nature, and in general, the lessee or driver must notify the police and the lessor immediately, as well as do what is appropriate to protect the interests of the lessor. The police must also be made aware of what has happened in the event of an accident due to their own fault and/or without the intervention of third parties, especially when the vehicle is immobilised or when it can continue to drive, this would pose a danger to driving. You must also complete a descriptive accident report, whether or not you are responsible, and with or without the involvement of a third party. 

The accident descriptive parts and/or the friendly declaration parts shall be completed in full and with as much detail as possible, both with regard to the damage and the circumstances in which the damage occurred. The tenant is obliged to sign and collect the signature of the opposing party, if any, on both documents. If the contrary refuses to sign, the lessee must request the presence of the police in situ for the clarification of the facts, since otherwise the lessee will be considered as responsible for the accident, unless evidence to the contrary provided by the lessee. The loss or theft of the vehicle does not automatically imply an obligation on the part of the lessor to provide the lessee with a replacement vehicle.

The lessor shall have the right to terminate the contract with immediate effect in the event that the lessee uses the vehicle in a way that is not appropriate to its destination or causes damage to the same in a wilful or grossly negligent manner, including lack of maintenance or servicing when obliged to do so, uses the vehicle in circuit or competitions or breaches any obligation of the contract. In the event of termination of the contract, the lessee will be obliged to return the vehicle, keys, documentation and accessories immediately. In any case, the lessor has the right, upon termination of the contract, to remove the vehicle from its location. In the event of termination of the contract, the lessor may claim damages caused by the same, which includes not only the emerging damage (including cranes, expertise, legal costs, etc. . ) but also the loss of profit due to the unavailability of the vehicle.