PandaTip: In this car rental example, the “owner” is the person who owns the vehicle and the “renter” is the person who will rent it. The renter is not required to be an authorized driver (the list of drivers can be found in Appendix B). The tenant can be a natural or legal person (such as a company). If the tenant is a natural person, you must amend the above clause to reflect this fact. “residual value” means the value that the leasing company theoretically estimates the vehicle will have at the end of the lease period. For example, a vehicle with an EIA of $20,000 and a residual value of 56% for a two-year lease is estimated at $11,200 at the end of those two years (US$20,000 versus 56% equivalent to $11,200). The difference between the residual value and the activated costs is the amount of money you have to pay during the period of your rental (you will also have to pay a financing fee or interest on the amount of money incurred by the rental company in the car). Residual values change dramatically with the duration of the lease and the number of miles traveled per year. Some makes and models of vehicles are known to maintain their resale value better than others and therefore have higher residual values. In addition, manufacturers sometimes agree to buy cars at the end of leasing at more than what the car is probably actually worth on the market. By subsidizing the residual value in this way, the automaker keeps rents lower than it would otherwise be in the hope of renting more cars.
The residual value subsidy has the same effect as a factory discount on the customer. The residual value is sometimes little related to reality, but it is very important because it is used to calculate your monthly payments. PandaTip: This model car rental contract must be used when renting (renting) a car or other vehicle. It is not relevant for lease purchase agreements related to cars or other vehicles. If you are driving a vehicle that is not a car, you must update Schedule A accordingly. 6.3. A contract may be terminated by its parties or by a court decision if, during the period of validity of the contract, the circumstances in which the parties acted in concluding the contract have changed considerably when those circumstances have changed so much that, if such changes were foreseeable in advance, the agreement between the parties would not have been concluded at all or under conditions; which were considerable. contrary to what has been agreed under this Agreement. .