General rental conditions

The driver must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid driving license in Romania, with a B category of at least 1 year and have a valid identity card.

The driver who is 21-25 years of age is charged an additional 100 € guarantee beside the usual guarantee.

The rental price of the car includes: RCA and CASCO insurance, road taxes, maintenance and periodic technical revisions, 24h / 24 road assistance, 7 days / 7 in case of accident, replacement car in case of damage that can not be repaired on the spot, within 300 km of the rental location.

The car is delivered and returned with the full tank.

Car rental is only allowed on the territory of Romania, leaving the territory of Romania is permited only with the written consent of the lessor.

In case of damage or accident the client undertakes to perform the formalities for declaring the damages provided by the law.

Payment is made in advance when signing the rental agreement.

Payment accepted with:

  • Credit card: Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, American Express, etc.
  • Cash: RON, EURO, USD
  • Bank transfer: until the start of the rental period

The total cost of renting is billed in RON at the BNR exchange rate on that day.

Delivery and pick-up of the car

During work hours no additional charges are charged for delivery and pickup in the city. At the airport and outside the program: € 10 for delivery / pickup. Extra-hour nocturnal (between 22.00 and 07.00): 20 € for delivery / pickup.

Outside the city(prices may vary depending on the vehicle class):

  • max. 100 km – 20 €
  • max. 200 km – 40 €
  • max. 300 km – 50 €
  • max. 400 km – 60 €
  • max. 500 km – 80 €
  • max. 600 km – 90 €
Optional services:
  • Child seat: 3 € / day
  • Navigation / GPS: 3 € / zi
  • Snow chains: 3 € / zi
  • Auto refrigerator: 2 € / zi

Optional services are offered to our customers within the availability range.


When renting a car, the driver leaves a guarantee called a franchise for damage that is returned at the end of the rental period. Depending on the class of rented car it varies between 150 € and 600 €. It can be left in cash or blocked on a credit card.

Confidentiality and processing of personal data

With our ongoing concern to adapt and improve your activity, we inform you that we have updated our Privacy Policy in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the the free movement of such data and the repeal of Directive 95/46 / EC ("GDPR") applicable from 25.05.2018.

SC. SPACESHIP SRL is registered in the Personal Data Processing Register of ANSPDCP with number 27592.

The purpose of data collection is to inform you about the situation of booking and billing of orders, resolve cancellations or problems of any nature related to booking, and to send Newsletters if the customer has opted for this option and / or periodic alerts, by using electronic mail (e-mail, SMS).

By filling in the data in the rental form, the person making the reservation declares and accepts unconditionally that his / her personal data are included in the SC SPACESHIP SRL database. By reading this document, you are aware that you are guaranteed the rights provided by law, you have the right to information, the right of access to the data, the right to intervene, the right of opposition, the right of removal.

Based on a request through the Contact form, you can exercise the right to know if your personal data is processed or not, you have the right to interfere with the data, you can request the rectification, update, anonymization, blocking or deleting data whose processing is not in compliance with the law 677/2001 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free circulation of such data, in particular of incomplete or inaccurate data. More details can be found in the section below, Your Rights

Your Rights

Right to rectify personal data

You have the right to rectify the data held about you if they are not correct. If the data we hold about you needs to be updated or if you think it may be incorrect, you can contact us for updates or contact our team through the contact form.

Right of access to personal data

You have the right to request a copy of the personal data we hold about you. To make this claim as a person or third party, please use the assistance form on our site, the Contact section.

The right to data portability

You have the right to require a copy of the data you have communicated to us since you became our client.

Right of opposition to the use of personal data

Under certain circumstances, you have the right to oppose the processing of personal data by us. If this is the case, please send us a message using the help form on our Contact section.

Cookies policy

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