Yes, if the guest wants to terminate the lease after two months then the guest must pay for the days of the last month for which the car was used based on the monthly daily rate.

If the guest terminates the lease before 2 months, then the guest must pay for the whole duration based on the daily rate or the total amount paid at the time of the booking (whichever is less). Hence Drive lah flex rates would not apply.

Examples:

Scenario 1

Guests signed a contract to rent a car for a year @$1,800/month. He returned it after 3 months and 10 days with a week’s notice. The guest would be charged $1,800 for 3 months and $1,800/30=$60 per day for 10 days.

Scenario 2

Guests signed a contract to rent a car for a year @$1,800/month. The listing also had a daily rate of $70/day (including Drive lah fee). He returned it after 1 month and 10 days with a week’s notice. The guest would be charged $70*40 days as he broke the minimum rental period clause.

Scenario 3

Guests signed a contract to rent a car for a year @$1,800/month. The listing also had a daily rate of $100/day (including Drive lah fee). He returned it after 1 month and 10 days with a week’s notice. The guest would be charged $1,800 X 2 months as $100*40 days is greater than the amount paid at the time of booking.

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