How are extensions priced?

We will calculate the price based on the new (extended) rental end time. It could happen that you will not receive additional income if the extended time is still within a full rental day (24 hours).

See the examples below:

Example 1: the original booking was for 24 hours (1 rental day). The renter extends the booking by 6 hours. This means the booking is now 30 hours long (1,5 rental days). The renter has to pay for extending the original booking by 0,5 days.

Example 2: the original booking was for 10 hours (1 rental day). The renter extends the booking by 10 hours. This means the booking is now 20 hours long (still 1 rental day). The renter does not have to pay for the extension. See this article for more information about half and whole rental days.

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