Who we are and what we do?
The conciliation service can only help with disputes involving a ‘cross-border’ rental transaction occurring within the European Union - you must be a resident of the EU and the rental must have taken place in a different EU country. If your complaint concerns a non-cross-border rental you should raise the matter in your own country through any local dispute resolution process that may exist.
The service is free of charge to the complainant.
The ECRCS will aim to resolve the matter using the information presented by both parties to the dispute. This information may include documentation, photos, videos, audio, and transcripts of calls.
The ECRCS can only look at matters which relate to the car rental service.
The ECRCS is approved by Government as a Consumer ADR body under the Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Disputes (Competent Authorities and Information) Regulations 2015.
These companies are subscribing to the scheme and bound by the decision reached by the conciliation service.