LEGAL NOTICE

Managing Director Jan Stronczynski
Authorised Signatory Daniel Thon

Court of Registration:
Bonn District Court

Registration number:
HRB 16090

VAT identification number pursuant to § 27a of the Value Added Tax Act:
DE258908505

Permit for commercial passenger transport pursuant to Section 49 of the German Passenger Transportation Act (PBefG). City of Bonn Supervisory Authority, Road Traffic Authority, Stadthaus, 53111 Bonn
Permit for commercial passenger transport pursuant to Section 49 of the German Passenger Transportation Act (PBefG). State Office for Civil and Regulatory Affairs (LABO), Puttkamerstr. 16 – 18, 10958 Berlin
Permit for commercial passenger transport pursuant to Section 49 of the German Passenger Transportation Act (PBefG). Ordnungsamt [local public order office], Am Römerhof 19, 60486 Frankfurt am Main

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Jan Stronczynski
Premium-Drive GmbH
Rheinaustrasse 81
53225 Bonn, Germany

Platform of the European Commission for online dispute resolution for consumers: https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/.
We are not prepared nor obliged to participate in dispute resolution proceedings before a consumer arbitration board.

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General Terms and Conditions of Business dated 28/02/2017

Section 1 Scope
The services of our company shall be based exclusively on these General Terms and Conditions of Business (hereinafter: T&Cs). These T&Cs shall also apply to any future business relations with the customer, even if they are not
expressly agreed again. Changes to these conditions, in particular different conditions of business on the part of the Client, are hereby expressly excluded. Our failure to respond relating to different conditions of business shall not be deemed as agreement, even if we provide the service without restrictions.

  • 2 Offers and conclusion of the contract
    All offers provided by us are non-binding. Orders are only regarded as accepted upon written confirmation from us.
  • 3 Prices and terms of payment
    70% of the order value is payable upon conclusion of the contract and upon receipt of a corresponding invoice, and no later than two days prior to provision of the service by us. The remaining amount shall be invoiced upon completion of the service and is payable immediately. Any parking fees are not included in the price and payment for this must be settled after they are incurred.
    The customer shall be charged for any additional time worked beyond the agreed period of service in half hour intervals for limousine and chauffeur services and
    on an hourly basis for bus services. The cost for a half-hour or hourly rate corresponds to the applicable rate for this period of time as calculated in the fee stated in the order. However, the customer is permitted to submit evidence that we have not suffered any damages, or that our damages are substantially less than the lump sum. The deduction of trade discounts is subject to a separate written agreement. The customer shall not be entitled to withhold payments on the grounds of counterclaims or to set them off against counterclaims. This does not apply to any claims on the part of the customer of which we are aware or have been legally established as final and absolute. The customer is however only entitled to withhold due to counterclaims from the same contractual relationship. The statutory regulations regarding the consequences of late payment apply.
  • 4 Conditions regarding limousines /
    Chauffeur service The following applies in connection with the provision of limousine services (provision of a vehicle along with a driver for passenger transportation) including the provision of chauffeur services (provision of a driver for passenger transportation):
    a) Cancellation of hourly bookings
    The following applies for hourly bookings, i.e. the provision of a limousine or chauffeur service within a specific time period, independent of the route: Cancellations of the order by the customer up to 7 days before the agreed period of service are free of charge. Cancellations by the customer up to 24 hours before the agreed period of service are possible, with 50% of the agreed price payable by the customer. In the event of cancellations by the customer within 24 hours of the agreed period of service, or in the event of a no-show, 100% of the agreed price is payable by the customer. A no-show involves non-provision of the service at the agreed period in time plus a waiting period of 30 minutes.
    b) Cancellation of a transfer/city region
    The following applies for transfers, i.e. journeys at a designated time from one defined destination to another within the same city or district: Cancellations of the order by the customer up to 3 days before the agreed period of service are free of charge. Cancellations by the customer up to 24 hours before the agreed period of service are possible, with 50% of the agreed price payable by the customer. In the event of cancellations by the customer within 4 hours of the agreed period of service, or in the event of a no-show, 100% of the agreed price is payable by the customer.
    c) Cancellation of long-distance transfers
    The following applies for long-distance transfers, i.e. journeys at a designated time from one defined destination to another that are not within the same city or district as the starting location: Cancellations of the order by the customer up to 3 days before the agreed period of service are free of charge. Cancellations by the customer up to 24 hours before the agreed period of service are possible, with 50% of the agreed price payable by the customer.
    In the event of cancellations by the customer within 24 hours of the agreed period of service, or in the event of a no-show, 100% of the agreed price is payable by the customer. A no-show involves non-provision of the service at the agreed period in time plus a waiting period of 30 minutes.
    d) Events (more than 5 vehicles/drivers)
    The following applies for events requiring advance planning and the associated costs: Cancellations of the order by the customer up to 14 days before the agreed period of service are free of charge. Cancellations by the customer up to 7 days before the agreed period of service are possible, with 50% of the agreed price payable by the customer.
    In the event of cancellations by the customer within 2 days of the agreed period of service, or in the event of a no-show, 100% of the agreed price is payable by the customer.
  • 5 Conditions regarding the bus service
    The following applies in connection with the provision of bus services (provision of a suitable vehicle for at least 9 people along with a driver for passenger transportation):

    a) Cancellation of hourly bookings
    The following applies for hourly bookings, i.e. the provision of bus services within a particular period of time, regardless of the route: Cancellations of the order by the customer up to 7 days before the agreed period of service are free of charge. Cancellations by the customer up to 4 days before the agreed period of service are possible, with 50% of the agreed price payable by the customer. However, the customer is permitted to submit evidence that we have not suffered any damages, or that our damages are substantially less than the lump sum. In the event of cancellations by the customer within 4 days of the agreed period of service, or in the event of a no-show, 100% of the agreed price is payable by the customer. However, the customer is permitted to submit evidence that we have not suffered any damages, or that our damages are substantially less than the lump sum. A no-show involves non-provision of the service at the agreed period in time plus a waiting period of 30 minutes.
    b) Cancellation of a transfer/city region
    The following applies for transfers, i.e. journeys at a designated time from one defined destination to another within the same city or district: Cancellations of the order by the customer up to 24 hours before the agreed period of service are free of charge. Cancellations by the customer up to 4 hours before the agreed period of service are possible, with 50% of the agreed price payable by the customer. However, the customer is permitted to submit evidence that we have not suffered any damages, or that our damages are substantially less than the lump sum. In the event of cancellations by the customer within 4 hours of the agreed period of service, or in the event of a no-show, 100% of the agreed price is payable by the customer. However, the customer is permitted to submit evidence that we have not suffered any damages, or that our damages are substantially less than the lump sum. A no-show involves non-provision of the service at the agreed period in time plus a waiting period of 30 minutes.
    c) Cancellation of long-distance transfers
    The following applies for long-distance transfers, i.e. journeys at a designated time from one defined destination to another that are not within the same city or district as the starting location: Cancellations of the order by the customer up to 7 days before the agreed period of service are free of charge. Cancellations by the customer up to 4 days before the agreed period of service are possible, with 50% of the agreed price payable by the customer. However, the customer is permitted to submit evidence that we have not suffered any damages, or that our damages are substantially less than the lump sum. In the event of cancellations by the customer within 4 days of the agreed period of service, or in the event of a no-show, 100% of the agreed price is payable by the customer. However, the customer is permitted to submit evidence that we have not suffered any damages, or that our damages are substantially less than the lump sum. A no-show involves non-provision of the service at the agreed period in time plus a waiting period of 30 minutes.
    d) Luggage restrictions
    Hold luggage is limited to one item of luggage per guest with a maximum size of 67 x 50 x 27 cm and a maximum weight of 20 kg. Hand luggage is limited to one item of luggage per guest with a maximum size of 38 x 28 x 15 cm and a maximum weight of 10 kg.
    e) Observation of driving and rest times, no routes and trip planning
    We observe the legal guidelines on statutory driving and rest times when providing our service, which the client should factor in when planning their trip. The provision of routes and trip planning does not form part of the scope of services.
  • 6 Driver accommodation
    In the event of multi-day trips, the customer is obliged to book and pay for accommodation for the driver or drivers in a single room for the corresponding number of nights. The booking must be provided to us upon request.
  • 7 Subcontractors
    Our services to customers may be provided by one of our subcontractors.
  • 8 Insurance and permits
    If the customer provides us with a vehicle for the provision of a service, the customer or respective vehicle owner is obliged to take out fully comprehensive and third-party liability insurance with a maximum excess of EUR 1,000. The vehicles must be used for commercial passenger transport. The customer is obliged to present us with up-to-date, written consent from the respective vehicle owner upon request with supporting documents, where the vehicle for commercial passenger transportation will be used and that it is insured for the aforementioned purpose.
    If our own vehicles are used to provide a service, we will provide the customer with proof of third-party liability and passenger accident insurance with supporting documents upon written request.
  • 9 Liability
    In accordance with the following limitations of liability, we assume liability for damage to life, limb and health caused by intentional or grossly negligent violation of duties by us, our legal representatives or assistants, as well as for damages which are covered by liability according to product liability law as well as damages resulting from intentional or grossly negligent violation of duties, fraudulent intent or transfer of a guarantee. We furthermore assume liability resulting from ordinary negligence if such negligence pertains to a breach of a contractual obligation whose performance is of central importance in accomplishing the purpose of the contract (cardinal obligation). However, our liability for damages is limited to the foreseeable typically occurring damage in this case. Our liability for property damages is excluded in so far as the damage per person exceeds EUR 1,000 and to the extent the damage is not based on malicious intent or gross negligence. All limitations of liability shall also apply to liability for legal representatives, managers and other vicarious agents. Any further liability is excluded irrespective of the legal nature of the asserted claim. In the event that our liability should be excluded or limited, the same shall also apply to the personal liability of our employees, staff members, representatives and vicarious agents. Unless otherwise agreed to, all other liability is expressly and specifically excluded.
  • 10 Force majeure
    Unforeseeable circumstances beyond the control of a contracting party release the parties from their duty to perform for the duration and extent of that hindrance. Unforeseeable circumstances include strikes and lockouts, force majeure, unrest, war or acts of terrorism, accidents and street blockades, official measures and any other unforeseeable, unavoidable and serious events. In such an event, each contacting party is obliged to notify the other party without delay and restrict the potential adverse effects arising from these events to a minimum.
  • 11 Applicable law and court of jurisdiction
    All legal relations between us and the client shall exclusively be subject to the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany. The application of Private International Law and UN Sales Law shall be excluded. If the customer is a merchant, a legal entity under public law or public special fund entity, the place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising directly or indirectly from this
    contract and these T&Cs shall be our headquarters. We are also entitled to file action against the Client at one of its statutory places of jurisdiction (right to vote).
  • 12 Miscellaneous
    Amendments and supplements to these General Terms and Conditions shall require the written form. Should individual provisions of these T&Cs be or become void or ineffective, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions of these T&Cs.
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