Yes, you have to check that the vehicle condition report reflects the actual vehicle condition. If there is an issue which is not listed, please perform a joint examination of the vehicle with an InterRent employee, in order to update the Rental Agreement. Even if no accident occurred, the vehicle may have been damaged during the rental and this has to be indicated to the InterRent employee at the return. Please note that you will be liable for the vehicle until you have completed the vehicle return at the InterRent counter.
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