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English translation: exemptions

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Spanish term or phrase:exenciones
English translation:exemptions
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10:35 Jul 17, 2008
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Tourism & Travel / Car hire/rental insurance
Spanish term or phrase: exenciones
Las exenciones de CDW y TP tienen una Franquicia que varía en función de los grupos de coches.

This is from a tourist brochure, part of which describes conditions for renting a car, and it comes after a table that shows the different kinds of cars and the applicable rates and conditions. The entire sentence has completely thrown me...I haven't rented a car in over 15 years.

TIA
Elizabeth Joy Pitt de Morales
Local time: 07:19
exemptions
Explanation:
I think it means exemptions here.

What is the additional charge for Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) or Theft Protection (TP)?
There is no additional charge for CDW or TP - both are included in the price.
TOP


What is the deductible for the CDW and/or TP?
There is no CDW or TP deductible under the PEUGEOT OPEN EUROPE
program.
http://www.ebctravel.com/faq_p.html#6

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Actually, on second thoughts, I don't think exenciones is necessary in English. I think it's enough to say "CDW and TP are subject to an excess (UK) / deductible (US)"

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Forgot to add these links:

http://www.gaffneytravel.com/tours/carrental/qualifications-...

http://www.avis.co.il/avis/site/local/avis/html/CDWeng.htm

http://www.alamo.com/itemDetails.do?HelpItemID=CDW
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Local time: 06:19
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4 +13exemptions
Nikki Graham
3exceptionsDave 72


  

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exceptions


Explanation:
Maybe

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Or "exemptions"

Dave 72
United Kingdom
Local time: 06:19
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9 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +13
exemptions


Explanation:
I think it means exemptions here.

What is the additional charge for Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) or Theft Protection (TP)?
There is no additional charge for CDW or TP - both are included in the price.
TOP


What is the deductible for the CDW and/or TP?
There is no CDW or TP deductible under the PEUGEOT OPEN EUROPE
program.
http://www.ebctravel.com/faq_p.html#6

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Note added at 27 mins (2008-07-17 11:03:36 GMT)
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Actually, on second thoughts, I don't think exenciones is necessary in English. I think it's enough to say "CDW and TP are subject to an excess (UK) / deductible (US)"

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Note added at 29 mins (2008-07-17 11:05:19 GMT)
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Forgot to add these links:

http://www.gaffneytravel.com/tours/carrental/qualifications-...

http://www.avis.co.il/avis/site/local/avis/html/CDWeng.htm

http://www.alamo.com/itemDetails.do?HelpItemID=CDW

Nikki Graham
United Kingdom
Local time: 06:19
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Carol Gullidge: I think Dave just pipped you to the post, but I think your explanation is rather better than his!
5 mins
  -> Only exceptions was there when I posted

agree  Dave 72: Agree- after having also seen the word "waiver" involved in another related question, it has to be "exemptions". And my explanation "maybe", whilst being somewhat enigmatic, was not much help! Have an agree from me also, Nikki Graham!
21 mins
  -> Thank you. But given that CDW = waiver, I'm thinking that we may not actually need to translate it at all given that it is probably understood

agree  Beatriz Pérez
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agree  Mónica Belén Colacilli
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agree  Nise
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agree  Steven Huddleston: Of course!
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agree  dominirosa
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agree  Florcy
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agree  Sandra Rodriguez
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