Rental conditions


You’ll find in this section all the information about Karent rental conditions.
If you need futher informations, feel free to Contact us.

1.1 The vehicle is delivered to the RENTER in good condition with all obligatory equipment, demanded by the Traffic Polce

1.2 In case of not meeting the deadline of the car return by the Renter, he/she is obliged to inform the Lessor not later than the fixed time.

1.3 In case of not returning the rented vehicle by the Renter and not informing the Lessor within more than 24 hours from the deadline, the car is considered to be appropriated and the Lessor will inform the competent authorities, reserving all the rights according to this contract.

1.4 The Vehicle can be driven to and back from a place at your choice.

Prices for delivery and collection to/from:
Varna, Varna Airport, Kavarna, Sunny Day, St. Constantine and Helena, Golden Sands, Krenevo, Albena and Balchik – free of charge
Sofia Airport – 120 euro.

The car you have rented from “Karent” is insured

2.1 In case of damages, losses or thefts of the vehicle or parts of it, as well as by fire or glass breaking, the Renter is obliged immediately to call the “Karent” office and the Insurance Company

2.2 In case the car is stolen, or in case of damages you have to take the following actions, which are absolutely compulsory:
a / Immediately /no later than 12 hours of theft identification/ to call the Insurance Company
b / To advise the rental office indicated on the leaflet to the respective phone numbers.
c / The Renter has to pay full damage to the Lessor in case, when have cased technical damages to the rented vehicle, because of negligence or deliberate, as well as in case of overheated motor.

You should not leave the registration card and other documents in the car. Otherwise, all insurances will become null and void.

3.1 The rental fee of the vehicle is based on the rental price of one-day use, determined by a tariff, inseparable part of the contract, according to the rental period. The fee is to be paid at the moment of car delivery, with the undersigning of Delivery-and-Return protocol.

3.2 With the contract signing the Renter is obliged to leave a deposit, according to the tariff. The deposit is released after returning of the vehicle. In case of vehicle returning with missing parts, damages or thefts and the Renter doesn’t have the relevant documents from the police as well as when the car is without a fuel or with less fuel than stipulated in the DELIVERY-AND-RETURN protocol, the total value is deducted from the deposit.

4.1 The Renter is obliged:
a / to use the vehicle appropriately and to take good care of it.
b / to look for the level of the oil, the water and the breaks fluid.
c / in case of accident, damage or failure to undertake all due precautions for saving, limiting and/or reducing of the damages to the rented vehicle.
d / in case of accident or damage to the vehicle, excluding small incidents, to observe the regulations of the Traffic Law and its enforcement concerning drawing up protocols and other documents. Any accident/damage to the car must be reported to the Lessor within 12 hours, but not later than the expiration of the fixed term in the contract. The Renter will report all facts, circumstances and data /names or witnesses etc./ and will assist the Lessor and the insurance company in clarifying the incident and the damages.

4.2 The Renter is not allowed:
a / to use the vehicle for towing other vehicles, trailers, as well to participate in motor races, practices, trainings, tests; to transport heavy, loose goods and other loads.
b / to drive the rented vehicle in a state of intoxication or after using drugs or other opiates.
c / to dispose the vehicle to other persons, to use the vehicle for travelling abroad.

4.3 The Renter must to posses a valid driving license. At least 3 years driving experience is a must. The minimum driving age required is 21 years.


The use of seat belts is mandatory in Bulgaria for all passengers, except pregnant women. Children under 12 years of age
may ride in the front seat only if seated in a child car seat. In practice, these rules are often not followed.
Speed limits are:
50 km/h (31 mph in the cities/towns,
90 km/h (55 mph) out of town,
140 km/h (86 mph) on the highways.
At crossings that are not regulated, the driver who is on the right has the right-of-way, but this rule is frequently ignored.
Drivers may be charged with driving under the influence of alcohol with a blood level as low as 0.05 percent. Right turns on red lights are not permitted unless specifically authorized.
A new law requires the use of headlights day and night from November 1st through March 31st.

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