|AAD or AAO
|Additional Authorised Driver/Operator – An additional driver registered in the agreement
|Additional Liability Supplement – An increase in the amount of cover you have for property damage and personal injury.
|Airport – The rental company's location at the airport
|Accident Protection Package – The reduction of your excess in the event of damage to a rental car
|Airport Service Charge – The charge for providing the car at the airport
|Deposit – Security deposit
|CDI and CDW
|Collision Damage Insurance/Waiver – Insurance similar to comprehensive insurance. Limitations and exemptions for damage to rental cars are recorded here. It can be set with or without an excess.
|Refers to the return of your rental car to the location
|Filled in when you pick up the rental car and leave the location
|D & C
|Delivery & Collection – The collection or delivery of your rental car, for example at the hotel
|Drop-off – Place and time of return
|Doors – This indicates the number of doors on your rental car. Some rental companies also count the boot lid as a door.
|Downtown – City centre location of the car rental company
|Extended Protection –
Additional liability insurance covers you against damage caused by those not covered by liability insurance.
|Excess Reduction Fee –
Fees which reduces the excess for car rental damage
|Emergency Sickness Plan –
Travel health insurance
|Fuel Purchase Option –
Purchase of the first fill of your tank
|Global Positioning System –
Navigation system with satellite positioning
|Goods & Services Tax –
a sales tax similar to VAT
|Intercity Fee –
The charges incurred by the return of one-way rentals
|Loss & Damage Waive –
The limit or exemption on damage to rental cars. This also includes the loss of your car, for example due to fire or theft.
|LI, LIS and LLI
|Liability Insurance (Supplement) or Lost Liability Insurance –
This supplementary liability insurance increases the sum insured in the event of property damage or personal injury.
|Miles Per Gallon –
Indicator for the range of the rental car with one gallon of fuel
|Non-waivable responsibility –
A non-excludable excess is noted here.
One-way charges –
|Personal Accident & Effects –
Insurance of passengers and luggage
|Premium Accident Excess Reduction – Reduction of the own contribution in the event of damage to a rental car
|Personal Accident Insurance –
accident insurance for passengers
|Personal Effects Coverage –
|This insurance for persons and luggage covers damage caused by uninsured opponents.
|Provincial Sales Tax –
A transport tax similar to sales tax
The place and time of rental
|Passenger Vehicle Rental Tax –
The tax due on the rental
Car Rental Company
|Roof Rack –
|Rail station – Car rental location
|Standard Accident Excess Reduction –
Reduction of the own contribution in the event of damage to rental cars
|Super Collision Damage Waiver – An insurance policy similar to comprehensive insurance. It can be set with or without excess
|Supplementary Liability Insurance
= Additional liability insurance. Increase of the sum insured for property damage and personal injury
|Station Wagon –
Station wagon vehicle with boot lid
|Refers to the number of doors on the vehicle; depending on the rental company, the boot lid may also be included.
|Telephone Device for the Deaf –
Hands-free kit for the hearing impaired
|Tax for Fuel Conservation –
|Theft Protection –
|Unlimited Mileage –
No limit on free miles
|Uninsured Motorist Protection –
Supplementary insurance for damage caused by uninsured motorists in an accident
|Value Added Tax –
The sales and value added tax
Important: No responsibility is accepted for the information given in this table. Subject to change.