In order to be eligible to rent vehicles with SeventhWing Rentals LLC or be an additional authorized driver on a SeventhWing Rentals LLC rental, you must:
1. Be 21 years of age or older. You may rent if you are under 21 with proof of full coverage transferable insurance. If you are under 21 you must provide us with a copy of your insurance so we may verify policy before renting.
2. Have no major violations or alcohol/drug related incidents in the past three years. Major violations listed below.
3. Have no more than two violations or accidents combined in the past three years.
4. Have been licensed to drive for at least two years and be in possession of a valid drivers license
5. If you are under 21 years old, you cannot have any violations or accidents on your driving record.
6. If you have a foreign driver’s license, you must submit to us a copy of your non-US license and copy of your non-US driving record, translated into English if requested. Please see our Knowledge Base for information on how to acquire your driving record or email us for assistance. To send us this information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
7. Have a valid Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express credit or charge card.
SeventhWing Rentals LLC may request documentation to confirm renter eligibility at any time, including before and after acceptance of the renter to the Service. Before your first rental, and at any time afterwards, SeventhWing Rentals LLC will run a MVR (Motor Vehicle Records) check to confirm your driving history. As part of the FlightCar program, you must consent to this check whenever we request to do one.
SeventhWing Rentals LLC may revoke a renter’s eligibility at any time for any reason, at its sole discretion. You will not be able to pick up your vehicle if you do not meet these requirements, and you will not be issued a refund.
Major Violations, to include but not limited to:
- Speeding 21 mph or more above the posted speed limit
- Passing or overtaking an emergency vehicle
- Running a red light
- General reckless driving
- Failure to stop at the scene of a crash in the event of injury or death
- Hit and run
- Attempting to elude police
- Driving while your license is suspended or revoked
- Driving while intoxicated