Turo reserves the right, but does not undertake to convince you that you are a licensed commercial rental company or that you are acting on behalf of a licensed commercial car rental company and that you have the option to offer commercial auttomy insurance to the tenants/drivers of your vehicles if you decide to refuse protection. If Turo has any doubts about this, you agree that Turo may automatically and at its discretion suspend all your vehicles at the protection plan of our choice, along with the related fees (if offered in your area), withdraw your offers or block your Turo account. If a host can offer guests at least a legal minimum insurance through their own commercial or rental policy, the host can refuse insurance for the services and provide you directly, as a customer, with their own policy. We call these hosts as commercial hosts. You can check directly in the list of vehicles if the vehicle is offered by a commercial host. Are you an independent car rental company? Beat the demand and earn even more by giving up a protection plan for yourself and offering your customers your own commercial rental insurance. Check the terms of all leases or financing agreements for your vehicles to ensure that they do not prohibit your participation in car sharing. In addition, many states have laws that prevent subletting. While we do not believe that car sharing would be contrary to illegal subletting laws, there is no guarantee that all law enforcement will agree.

Check the terms of all leases or financing agreements for your vehicles to ensure that they do not prohibit your participation in car sharing. Also, make sure that sharing your vehicle on Turo does not allow your vehicle to exceed the annual mileage limit set by your insurer. Turo can be reached at these addresses. If you have any questions about the agreement or Turo in general, please contact us at support.turo.com. You can review this agreement as soon as you submit your travel request. As soon as the host accepts your request, we will update the agreement with the license plate and the FIN of the car (if available). If you add additional drivers to the trip, we will update the agreement to include their information. Turo and its service providers will use all available legal methods to recover amounts due, including the appointment of collection offices or legal counsel. . .

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In the area of data protection, the EEA Agreement includes EU legislation of general application for business-related activities, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and all related «adequacy decisions», which allow the international transfer of personal data with counterparties outside the EEA, as well as Directive 2002/58/EC on data protection and related acts such as Regulation (EU) No 611/2013 on data protection notifications 100 000 000 000. As a result, individuals enjoy the same level of protection in the EEA-EFTA States – Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway – and in the EU. Controllers or processors of personal data established in an EEA EFTA State are subject to the obligations laid down in EU law and their compliance is monitored by the independent data protection authority of each EEA-EFTA State. A second possibility for the transmission of personal data is Article 46 of the GDPR, which requires the use of appropriate safeguards, such as. B legally binding and enforceable instruments between authorities or bodies, binding internal rules of the company, standard data protection clauses approved by the Commission or an approved code of conduct or certification mechanism. [8] Other safeguards, such as contractual clauses or provisions of administrative agreements drawn up by the parties, may also be considered appropriate safeguards, but only after they have been validated by the competent supervisory authorities. [9] Chapter 5 of the GDPR begins with a general ban on the transfer of data to third countries, and then outlines a hierarchy of exclusions. [5] The main exclusions that allow responsible bodies or processors to transmit data are three, namely: a) by adequacy decision of the European Commission (Art. 45 GDPR), b) transmissions under appropriate safeguards (Art. 46 GDPR) or c) derogations for certain situations (Art. 49 GDPR).

[6] [58] European Commission, presentation of the 5th round of trade negotiations between the European Union and Indonesia trade.ec.europa.eu. The proposal on the protection of personal data in the EU-Australia Free Trade Agreement does not refer to ICS. . . .