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433 N. Camden Dr. Suite #600 Beverly Hills, California 90210
(800) 277-3599
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Terms of Service

Rental Policy For Vanity Exotics LLC

Rental Policies, TERMS & Conditions


    Rental Requirements


    Cancellations & No Shows

    Rental Charges

    Payment Methods


    Section 1: Return, Repossession & Costs

    Section 2: Unauthorized Uses & LDW Exclusions

    Section 3: Rental Charges

    Section 4: Collision, Damage, Repair Costs,Theft

    Section 5: Protecting the Vehicle

    Section 6: Mechanical Breakdown, Emergency Roadside Service

    Section 7: Property Left in the Rental Vehicle

    Section 8: Indemnification from Third Party Claims/Lawsuits

    Section 9: Notice About Your Financial Responsibility

Rental Policies

Rental Requirements

  • All drivers must present a valid driver’s license and credit card in their own name at the time of rental.

  • Drivers must have a safe driving record and may be subject to the Department of Motor Vehicles and must agree to a DMV background check and criminal background check.

  • Only drivers listed on the Rental Agreement may operate a Vanity Exotics vehicle.

  • All drivers must be 25 years of age or older, present a valid driver’s license upon rental, have proof of full insurance coverage and may be subject to an additional underage driver fee if under the age of 25.

  • Clients from outside the United States must present their driver’s license and a valid passport at the time of rental.

  • Full insurance coverage is required on all our vehicles and must be verified prior to rental if additional coverages are declined.  Some credit card companies provide additional coverage beyond whatever personal automobile insurance may cover, but it is best to verify this with them directly before your rental.

  • Additional deposits and insurance coverage may be required on selected luxury and exotic vehicles.

  • Vanity Exotics vehicles are not allowed to enter Mexico or Canada.

  • Smoking is not permitted inside our vehicles at any time and will result in a substantial cleaning fee.


  • You can make your reservation online at Vanity or by calling (800) 277-3599.

  • We will confirm your reservation by email or telephone with a reservation number.  Please contact us at least 2 weeks in advance of your rental in the event you need to make changes to or cancel your reservation.

  • Because of the exclusive nature of our business, Vanity Exotics is committed to providing you with the exact vehicle you have reserved.  There are rare situations in which the car you reserved may not be available—for example, the previous customer fails to return the vehicle on time or it is returned with physical damage or a mechanical problem which makes it impossible to deliver the vehicle to you. In the event this happens, we will provide a full refund and will reschedule another time that is convenient for you.

  • The total amount indicated on your reservation is only an estimate of most of the anticipated charges that may be due upon return of your vehicle.  This estimate excludes the following types of charges:

  • Coverages

  • Taxes

  • Service fees

  • Fuel charges

  • Excess mileage charges

Cancellations & No Shows

  • Due to the high demand for our vehicles, Vanity Exotics requires a cancellation notice of at least 14 days. Cancellations within 14 days of reservations are subject to a cancellation fee of 50% of your booking deposit amount.

  • Cancellations received less than 48 hours before the reserved rental time are subject to one full day rental charge plus all applicable taxes.

  • There is no charge for cancellations received more than 14 days before the reserved rental time.

  • If you do not show up for your rental you may be subject to one full day rental charge plus all applicable taxes.

Rental Charges

  • All rental rates are based on a 23-hour period; vehicles are not available at an hourly rate.

  • Daily, weekly and monthly rates vary by vehicle and by seasonal availability and are subject to change without notice.

  • A set amount of mileage may be included with your rental; excess mileage charges may be billed at the rate specified on your rental agreement.

  • Your rental vehicle must be returned with the same level of fuel as when it went out or you will be charged $7.00 per gallon to fill the tank.  If the tank was not full when you rented the vehicle and you refuel your vehicle prior to returning it you may want to provide us with a copy of your gas receipt.

  • Applicable local and airport taxes—including a vehicle license fee (VLF)—can also be charged on your rental agreement.

  • We do offer a one hour grace period to return your vehicle.  If you exceed the 23-hour rental period by more than one hour, a per hour late charge will be applied for each hour the vehicle is late, and depending on the vehicle may result in an additional full day rental charge.

  • Additional equipment fees, cleaning and damage fees may apply.

Payment Methods

  • A valid credit card is required for all Vanity Exotics reservations, and upon rental of a vehicle a credit card authorization may be taken to cover the full amount of the anticipated rental charges for the expected rental term.

  • The following credit cards are accepted:

    • VISA

    • Master Card

    • American Express

    • Discover

  • A credit card authorization deposit amount will vary depending on the type and value of the vehicle.  High-end luxury and exotic vehicles will understandably require a larger authorization amount.

  • Debit cards, check cards, and prepaid or stored value cards may not be used to make a reservation or open a rental agreement.  Such cards may only be used to pay for your rental charges once the car is returned.  This policy is for your protection, as a deposit authorization makes these funds unavailable to you until several days after the final charge transaction is processed.

  • We also accept cash and traveler’s checks.

  • If you have a long-term rental, or you have not returned your rental vehicle by the return date on the rental agreement, we may charge your credit card for a portion or the entire amount of the rental prior to your returning the vehicle to us.

For legal specifics of our vehicle rentals, please refer to the Terms & Conditions section below.

Terms & Conditions

The following terms and conditions supplement the Rental Agreement and together form the contractual agreement between all renters, authorized drivers, and Vanity Exotics (VE).  The term “Vehicle” means the rental vehicle.  The term “Renter” means all renters and authorized drivers identified on the Rental Agreement.

Please read the following carefully prior to signing the Rental Agreement:

Section 1:  Return, Repossession and Costs

The Vehicle is the property of Vanity Exotics.  Renter agrees to return the Vehicle, together with all tires and equipment:

  • In the same condition as when received, ordinary wear and tear excepted;

  • To the location from where it was rented or other location as agreed upon in advance;

  • On the due back date specified on the Rental Agreement; or

  • An earlier date if requested by VE upon 24 hours notice.

Vanity Exotics may peacefully repossess the vehicle without demand or notice at any time if:

  • The Vehicle is used in violation of the law.

  • The Vehicle is used in violation of any term or condition of the Rental Agreement or Rental Jacket;

  • The Vehicle is apparently abandoned;

  • The Vehicle is illegally parked and/or subject to towing; or

  • The Vehicle is not returned by the due date specified on the Rental Agreement.

The Renter is not Vanity Exotics agent for any purpose.

Renter is responsible for all reasonable costs arising from the Vehicle being (a) returned or left at any location other than the original renting location, or (b) seized by a governmental authority, if such seizure arises from the Renter’s conduct.  These costs include parking charges, parking citations, towing, storage and impound fees.  If the Vehicle is beyond 150 miles of the renting location, the Renter is responsible for the cost of transporting the Vehicle to the renting location, including the costs of a driver, lodging, and meals.  Renter is liable for all attorneys’ fees incurred in recovering the Vehicle, including from a governmental authority.  Renter is liable for all parking or traffic violation fines incurred during the rental period, and authorizes VE to charge Renter’s credit card for such fines as well as a $100 administration fee for each.

Section 2:  Unauthorized Uses

Each Renter shall be fully responsible for all loss or damage to the Vehicle, regardless of fault or cause.

The acts and/or uses listed below are prohibited and violate the scope of permissive use of the Vehicle:

-Operation of the Vehicle by anyone who is not an authorized driver identified on the Rental Agreement;

  • Use of the Vehicle for commercial hire;

  • Providing false or fraudulent information to VE;

  • Use of the Vehicle in a willful, wanton, or reckless manner;

  • Use of the Vehicle in connection with conduct that can be charged as a felony;

  • Use of the Vehicle in any speed test, contest or driver training activity;

  • Use of the Vehicle to push or tow any vehicle or trailer;

  • Operation of the Vehicle off-road or on any unpaved road;

  • Operation of the Vehicle by someone under the influence of drugs or alcohol in violation of the vehicle codes and/or laws in the state in which the vehicle is driven;

  • Operation of the Vehicle outside the State of California unless consented to in writing by VE;

  • Operation of the Vehicle outside the USA unless consented to in writing by VE;

  • Driving the Vehicle without a valid driver’s license or with a license which has been suspended or revoked.

Section 3:  Rental Charges

Renter will pay Vanity Exotics on demand all incurred charges, including but not limited to: weekly, daily, hourly rental charges at the rate specified on the Rental Agreement; mileage charges; additional equipment charges; refueling charges; airport surcharges; additional driver surcharges; and other fees and miscellaneous charges when applicable; state, local sales, excise and use taxes.

All charges that are unpaid at time of return of the Vehicle accrue interest at 18% per annum, compounded daily.

In the event any amount due under this Rental Agreement is billed to another person or organization, Renter shall remain jointly and severally liable for all such charges.

Section 4:  Collision, Damage, Repair Costs

Please read this section carefully prior to rental:

Renter is responsible for all damage or loss of the Vehicle, regardless of cause or fault, up to the Vehicle’s fair market value.

Renter is responsible for the cost of repair, up to the fair market value of the Vehicle, loss of use (measured by the daily rental rate), diminished value, towing, storage, impound fees, administrative fees up to $100 or as allowed by law, and all other related costs.

Renter’s own insurance or credit card company may cover all or part of the Renter’s financial responsibility for damages or loss to the Vehicle. Renter should check to find out about the scope of Renter’s coverage(s), and what deductible may apply.

Renter is fully liable for damages to car or engine by abuse or misuse.If the Vehicle is not returned to VE for any reason, including an alleged theft, Renter is fully responsible for the fair market value of the Vehicle to the fullest extent provided by law.

Section 5: Protecting the Vehicle

To protect the Vehicle from vandalism and theft, Renter agrees that Renter:

  • Will close all windows, lock all doors and arm the Vehicle’s security system(if Available) before leaving the Vehicle for any length of time, no matter how brief.

  • Will park the Vehicle only in areas that are safe and secure.

  • Will keep the Vehicle ignition key in Renter’s possession at all times.

  • Will not leave the Vehicle ignition key in the ignition, interior door, or trunk when the Vehicle is not in use.

  • Will not give the Vehicle ignition key to any parking valet attendant or other person who is not an authorized driver listed on the Rental Agreement.

  • Will not make a copy of the Vehicle’s ignition key.

  • Will park the Vehicle in a secure parking structure, garage, driveway, hotel parking lot or other secure parking lot and not park the Vehicle overnight on the street.

  • Will not leave personal effects (e.g., cameras, camcorders, gifts) or valuables in the Vehicle so they are visible to the outside while the Vehicle is unoccupied or unattended.

Section 6:  Mechanical Breakdown, Emergency Roadside Service

In the event of a mechanical breakdown or malfunction, Renter will cease operation of the Vehicle at the first sign of mechanical trouble.  In such an event, Renter will contact VE immediately.  Renter will not authorize or attempt any repair(s) to the Vehicle without VE’s prior written approval.  Renter is fully responsible for any unauthorized repair(s) and any damage caused thereby.

Any service to, or replacement of, a part or accessory on the Vehicle must have VE’s prior written approval.

If Renter smells oil, gasoline, or any kind of burning, Renter shall in a safe manner immediately stop the Vehicle and immediately call VE for roadside service.  VE will come out and inspect the Vehicle and make arrangement for a replacement vehicle, if appropriate.  In case of fire, please call the fire department first.

Section 7:  Property Left in the Rental Vehicle

VE is not liable for loss or damage to any property left, stored or transported by Renter, whether or not said loss or damage was caused by or related to negligence of VE or Vehicle malfunction.  Renter assumes all risk of such loss or damage and waives all claims against VE arising from such losses.

Section 8:  Indemnification from Third Party Claims/Lawsuits

Renter agrees that Renter and Renter’s insurer shall defend and indemnify VE in connection with any and all injuries, damages, claims, lawsuits, attorneys’ fees, costs and expenses arising out of, or related to, the use and/or operation of the Vehicle.

Renter must immediately report to the police all accidents involving any bodily injury or property damage of more than $100.

In the event of an accident causing any damage or bodily injury, Renter shall notify VE immediately, fill out VE’s Accident Report and set forth in writing a detailed explanation of how the accident happened and identify all witnesses.  If this cannot be done in person, Renter will do so by phone or mail within 24 hours of the accident.

VE shall not be liable in whole or in part for any indirect, special or consequential damages, including without limitation, loss of time, income, lodging, personal expenses, loss of benefits, suffered or incurred by Renter or any third person relating to or arising out of the furnishing, performance, or use of the Vehicle, including mechanical breakdown or failure to honor a reservation.

VE does not indemnify or insure against any claim for bodily injury or property damage caused to third party.  Renter is primarily liable for such claims under California law.

Renter covenants and agrees Renter will hold harmless and indemnify VE, the Vehicle owner, lessor, and lienholder from any and all claims, demands, causes of action, attorney fees, costs or expenses of any kind that relate to, or arise from, any alleged negligent use or operation of the Vehicle during the terms of the rental.

Section 9:  Notice About Your Financial Responsibility & Optional Damage Waiver

Renter is responsible for all damage or loss to the Vehicle, even if caused by someone else or the cause is unknown.  Renter is responsible for the cost of repairs (up to its full value), loss of use, diminished value, towing, storage and impound fees.

The Renter’s insurance, or the credit card used to pay for the rental transaction, may cover all or part of Renter’s financial responsibility for the Vehicle.  Renter should check with the Renter’s insurance company, or credit card issuer, to find out about the coverage and the applicable deductible, if any, for which Renter may be liable.

If a credit card was used that provides coverage for potential liability, Renter should check with the card issuer to determine if the Renter’s personal insurance coverage limits much first be exhausted before the credit card coverage applies.

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