Paid Members Dead Mike Posted July 27, 2011 Paid Members Share Posted July 27, 2011 I've done some digging around online elsewhere & am finding mixed reports. Basically, I helped a mate move house on Saturday. He hired a transit & I drove it. hence I signed all the paperwork etc. We were given a damage report of the van upon collection with several scratches/dents marked out around the vehicle. We took the van, moved him & I returned it to the rental company. Upon return I intended to inform them that there was some small scratches on the drivers side wing mirror & that when it had a full load in it the steering wheel started shaking like it needed the wheel balancing. The hire company closed at 1pm so, as instructed I parked the van up & returned the keys via the 'drop box' they had outside the building. Monday morning I got a voicemail from the company saying they'd found damage that wasn't previously on the vehicle, namely a scratch. I absolutely know that we didn't do it. It was either on there before, happened in-between me dropping it off at 3.45pm on the Saturday afternoon & them opening up at 9.00am Monday or on the way to their garage where all the vehicles are supposedly inspected. The company (probably) have my debit card details on file from when I used them 10 months ago (they already had my driving licence details on file). Can they legally take the Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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