Self-driving car rental is a very popular business in Vietnam, especially during Tet holidays. However, many self-driving car rental owners are currently facing a headache when the policy of handling traffic violations through cold fines is being strengthened.
In many cases, after liquidating the contract with the lessee, the car owner suddenly receives a notice of violation handling from the police. So in this case, the vehicle owner or the vehicle tenant must pay a fine. ?
Lawyer Nguyen Hong Thai – Hanoi Bar Association said that the majority of traffic errors are targeted to be punished by vehicle drivers. In the case of rental, the owner of the rental car, if fined, will be the one to be contacted, because that is the only information the authorities have to make a sanctioning decision.
Thus, this is the relationship between 3 parties including State agencies, car owners and tenants. Between the car owner and the lessee of a property with a great value like a car, there will certainly be a contract and there will be provisions on liability in the event of a collision, damage, or even administrative sanctions. .
According to a Thai lawyer, there will be 2 options to handle in the case of self-driving car rental with cold fines.
One is to contact the tenant to request a refund of the fine, if the lessee does not pay, then initiate a civil lawsuit.
The second is the person who rented the room before by contract and deposit, after receiving the car handover, it is specified that after 10-20 days to receive the deposit back. During that time, the car owner checks the fine, and actively deducts the deposit if administrative obligations arise during this rental period.
In the self-driving car rental contract, there is often information about the car hirer, however, that does not mean that this person is fixed at an address stated in the contract. Therefore, when receiving a notice of cold penalty, it is not possible to contact the tenant.
For self-driving cars, the rights and obligations of both parties from day to day, the lessee will be responsible, this clause must be clearly stated in the contract.
After the customer returns the car, the lessor needs to keep a deposit for about 15 days and then return it to the customer. At this time, the owner must check the administrative system to check whether the rental car will be fined or not.
This is the responsibility and interest of the lessor. If you do not do it, you will have to pay a fine.
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