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Dana Tashrifat Ansar Complex, by trusting in God and relying on its personnel’s experience and management as well as having many years of record in ceremonies such as holding meetings and conferences, as well as leasing types of luxury and ceremonious cars, is ready to offer high-quality services at international level at a reasonable price.

Our services include:

  1. Holding meetings and conferences as well as national and private ceremonies
  2. Offering types of short and long-term services
  3. Renting types of cars (with and without driver)
  4. Holding types of recreative and touristic tours individually and in groups
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Each 10 hours with dirver 3.500.000 Rials

Each 10 hours with dirver 5.000.000 Rials

Each 10 hours with dirver 9.000.000 Rials

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Car rental price list Dana Tashrifat Ansar

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Car Rental Services Dana Tashrifat Ansar

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Rent VIP & luxury cars

 Renting types of ceremonious cars including the latest models of Benz,BMW and Porsche at low prices and the best service done by Dana Tshrifat Ansar.

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Rent car SUV

 Renting types of SUV cars including the latest models of Benz,Toyota and Hyundai at low prices and the best service done by Dana Tshrifat Ansar.

Renting passenger-carrying cars

Renting types of passenger-carrying cars including the latest models of Benz,Volvo and Scania at low prices and the best service done by Dana Tshrifat Ansar.

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Renting convertible cars

 Renting types of convertible cars including the latest models of Benz,BMW and Porsche at low prices and the best service done by Dana Tshrifat Ansar.

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Required documents for car rental

  • Ownership documents or valid business license
  • Czech offer guarantees to the value of the car
  • Pay the rent on time delivery of the vehicle
  • Present a valid passport (for compatriots living abroad)

Articles

Mercedes-Benz traces its origins to Karl Benz‘s creation of the first petrol-powered car, the Benz Patent Motorwagen, financed by Bertha Benz[2] and patented in January 1886,[3] and Gottlieb Daimler and engineer Wilhelm Maybach‘s conversion of a stagecoach by the addition of a petrol engine later that year. The Mercedes automobile was first marketed in 1901 by Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft. (Daimler Motors Corporation). Emil Jellinek, an Austrian automobile entrepreneur who worked with DMG created the trademark in 1902, naming the 1901 Mercedes 35hp after his daughter Mercedes Jellinek. The first Mercedes-Benz brand name vehicles were produced in 1926, following the merger of Karl Benz’s and Gottlieb Daimler’s companies into the Daimler-Benz company.[3][4] On 28 June, 1926, Mercedes Benz was formed with the merger of Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler’s two companies. Throughout the 1930s, Mercedes-Benz produced the 770 model, a car that was popular during Germany’s Nazi period. Adolf Hitler was known to have driven these cars during his time in power, with bulletproof windshields.[5] Most of the surviving models have been sold at auctions to private buyers. One of them is currently on display at the War Museum in Ottawa, Ontario. The pontiff’s Popemobile has often been sourced from Mercedes-Benz.[6] Mercedes-Benz has introduced many technological and safety innovations that later became common in other vehicles.[7] Mercedes-Benz is one of the best-known and established automotive brands in the world.

For information relating to the famous three-pointed star, see under the title Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft including the merger into Daimler-Benz.

Subsidiaries and alliances

As part of the Daimler AG company, the Mercedes-Benz Cars division includes Mercedes-Benz and Smart car production.[8]

Mercedes-AMG

Mercedes-AMG became a majority owned division of Mercedes-Benz in 1999.[9] The company was integrated into DaimlerChrysler in 1999,[10] and became Mercedes-Benz AMG beginning on 1 January 1999.[11]

Maybach

Daimler’s ultra-luxury brand Maybach was under Mercedes-Benz cars division until 2013, when the production stopped due to poor sales volumes. It now exists under the Mercedes-Maybach name, with the models being ultra-luxury versions of Mercedes cars, such as the 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600.

History

The earliest known example of cars being offered for rent dates to 1904.[1] The German company Sixt was established in 1912 with three cars for rent.[2]

Joe Saunders of Omaha, Nebraska first started with only one borrowed Model T Ford in 1916, but by 1917, his Ford Livery Company was renting out 18 Model Ts at 10 cents per mile. The company name became Saunders Drive-It-Yourself System and then Saunders System. By 1926, Saunders had expanded to 56 cities.[3] Saunders’ company was bought by Avis in 1955.[3]

An early competitor to Saunders was Walter L. Jacobs, whose Chicago-based Rent-a-Car opened in 1918 with twelve Ford Model T.[4] The company was bought in 1923 by John Hertz.

In Britain, car rental started with Godfrey Davis, established in 1920, and bought by Europcar in 1981.

The sector expanded rapidly in the US; in 1926, the American Driveurself Association assembled over 1200 delegates in Chicago.[1]

The growth in travel after World War II led to the establishment of several well known international companies, including National Car Rental (1947), Europcar (1949), Enterprise Rent-A-Car (1957), Thrifty Rent A Car (1958), and Budget Rent a Car (1958).

Business models

The Rental Car Center at George Bush Intercontinental Airport

Car rental companies operate by purchasing or leasing a number of fleet vehicles and renting them to their customers for a fee. Rental fleets can be structured in several ways – they can be owned outright (these are known as ‘risk vehicles’ because the car rental operator is taking a risk on how much the vehicle will be sold for when it is removed from service), they can be leased, or they can be owned under a guaranteed buy-back program arranged directly through a manufacturer or manufacturer’s financial arm (these are known as ‘repurchase vehicles’ because the manufacturer outlines the exact price of original sale and of repurchase at the end of a defined term).[5]

In the UK, the registration of rental cars can be concealed by using unfamiliar initials or subsidiaries, which can increase the resale value via manufacturer or third party dealers.[6] In North America, it is common to see rental companies with their own branded second-hand car dealers where ex-rental stock is sold direct to the public. Alternatively, auctions are often used such as Manheim Auctions in the USA.

As a result due to worldwide Internet adaptation a number of car rental comparison websites have emerged. These comparison sites serve as an efficient and fast search tool to consumers. With such websites, customers are able to search for great rates at desired locations offered by numerous car rental providers.

There are two types of car rental comparison websites:

  • The ones that enable consumers a direct car booking(such as vehicle-rent.com, rentalcars.com).
  • The ones that enable consumers to view car prices, but redirect them to their chosen car rental provider’s website(such as skyscanner.net).

Types of vehicles

Most car rental offices offer a range of vehicle sizes to suit a variety of budgets and space requirements and some additionally offer specialized vehicles to suit its location such as convertibles, prestige models, hybrid/electric vehicles, or SUVs and passenger vans. At major airports or in larger cities, some independent car rental agencies offer high-end vehicles for rent. Some specialized companies such as Rent-a-Wreck offer older vehicles at reduced prices.

To allow for a uniform classification and easy comparison of car rental prices, the Association of Car Rental Industry Systems and Standards (ACRISS) has developed the ACRISS Car Classification Code coding system. This describes the size, door count, gearbox type (manual/automatic), and whether the car is air-conditioned, encoded into four letters. The first letter in the Acriss Code represents the general classification of the vehicle (e.g. Mini, Economy, Compact etc.). The second letter specifies the vehicle variant on offer (e.g. 4 Door, Estate, Convertible, SUV etc.). The third letter is generally used to specify the transmission type, although it can also be used to describe how many wheels drive the vehicle, and the fourth letter describes the fuel type and whether the vehicle has air conditioning or not.

Additional classifications based on seat numbers and trunk volume were also set by the Belgian Rent a Car association in order to provide a unified system for assessing the car types in online reservation systems such as Amadeus or Sabre.

Rental conditions

Car rentals are subject to many conditions which vary from one country to another and from one company to another. Generally the vehicle must be returned in the same condition it was rented in, and often must not exceed mileage restrictions, otherwise extra fees may be incurred.

For insurance reasons, some companies stipulate a minimum and/or maximum rental age. In some cases, the minimum age for rental can be as high as 25, even in countries where the minimum legal age to hold a driver’s license is much lower, e.g. 14,15,16 or 17 in the United States. It is not uncommon for there to be a young driver surcharge for all drivers aged under 25.

In all cases a valid driver’s license is required in order to rent a vehicle, and some countries require an International Driving Permit (IDP).

The majority of car rental companies require the use of a credit card to charge additional fees should a defect be found with the car on its return or for road tolls, motoring related fines, or missing fuel. In lieu of a credit card, some companies require a large cash deposit. Some companies, such as Enterprise, permit a debit card for deposits, typically with proof of a round-trip travel ticket, e.g. an airline, bus, or train ticket.

Insurance/waivers

Although frequently not explicitly stated, US car rental companies are required by respective state law to provide minimal liability coverage, except in California and Arizona, where the driver is solely responsible. This covers costs to a third party in the event of an accident.[7] In most states, it is illegal to drive a car without liability coverage. The rental car companies maintain liability insurance on their vehicles; however, some companies will charge for this, should you not provide your own insurance. As an example, in Maryland, the minimal level of liability coverage is $20,000 for bodily injury and $15,000 for property damage.[citation needed]

It is typical, when renting a car, to be offered various forms of supplemental insurance and/or damage waivers as an optional extra at additional cost. There are several types of coverage:

  • Loss Damage Waiver (LDW) – covers the cost of damage to the rental vehicle, up to the full value of the vehicle, in the event of an accident. Typically LDW covers 100% of costs without a deductible additional fees. Note that LDW/CDW coverage is not insurance and does not offer the same coverage product as a damage insurance policy.
  • Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) – Generally covers the costs of damage from a moving accident. As the name suggests, non-collision based damage is often not covered. In many cases, in the event of an accident a fee or deductible applies.
  • Supplemental Liability Insurance (SLI) – a product often sold in the USA which provides coverage in the event of an accident causing bodily injury or property damage to someone other than the renter and passengers.
  • Personal Accident Insurance (PAI) – covers medical costs and accidental death for the renter and passengers in the event of an accident during the rental.
  • Personal Effects Coverage (PEC) – insures against risk of loss or damage to the personal belongings of the renter (and sometimes the members of the renter’s family while traveling with the renter) during the period of the rental.
  • Excess InsuranceCollision damage waiver, Theft and Third Party Liability coverage are often included in car rental prices in Europe, Africa, and Australasia. There is almost always an excess on these (also referred to as Super CDW, Non Waiver, or Deductible), which involves an amount of money customers must pay in the event of damage, to discourage drivers from making small claims. A higher excess usually results in a lower upfront insurance cost for customers, but if damage occurs costing less than the excess to repair, then there is little incentive for customers to claim, benefiting the insurer. Excess insurance (also known as excess reduction, or damage liability waiver) is a secondary insurance which covers the cost of that excess in the event of a claim. Car-rental companies in Europe, South America, and Australasia will generally offer this cover as an opt-in secondary insurance, though third party insurance companies also sell excess coverage for hire cars, which may offer greater protections than standard coverage.[8][9]

In the USA, the sale of these supplemental insurance/waiver products may be regulated by each state’s insurance department, and a special limited license may be required by the rental company in order to sell them.[10] The specific coverage offered can differ substantially, depending on the state or country in which the car is rented.

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Dana Tashrifat Ansar car rental service features

  • Fair price that fits your budget
  • EASY conditions and car rentals
  • Rent on a daily, weekly, monthly
  • Variety of vehicle models for your easy choice
  • Body-party insurance coverage of all cars
  • Luxury car rental with or without driver
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Contact D.T.A VIP Service Co

Unit 501 , 5th Floor ,Milad Kaj Complex ,higher Than The Kaj Square ,Saadat Abad , Tehran
Phone: 22362917-22362904-22363048   Fax :22362760

 MR. Raees Dana: 09121031324-09121831412

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