Managing a fine

It is possible that you may have received a fine during your rental. For example, you may have exceeded the speed limit or parked in a ticketed area. Here are our tips to help you manage a ticket :

What to do in case of a fine ?

Firstly, if you know that we’ve fined, it is courteous to inform the renter that it might receive a ticket.

Indeed, in the context of rental, tickets are automatically sent to the rental company, as they are the owner of the registration card.

Therefore, to reduce the rental company's concerns when they receive the ticket, it is preferable to inform them of the date, location and possible reason for the ticket. This information will help them better identify the ticket and facilitate the process.

If, on the contrary, you have no knowledge of the offense, the rental company will find the rider in charge of the motorcycle during the offense.

Transmission of the fine

As the rental company is not responsible for the ticket, they are required to explain the nature of the offense to the public services. Therefore, the rental company will have to provide the rental contract as well as the motorcycle user’s information during the offense.

The ticket will then be transmitted to you by the public services.

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