See below our terms and conditions in detail
The terms 'zeVie', 'us' and 'we' refer to zeVie cars, a trading style of eVie Innovations Ltd. The term 'you' refers to the user or viewer of our website.
The Site is intended for use by residents of the United Kingdom whilst in the United Kingdom only. It is not applicable to residents of other countries. For the avoidance of doubt none of the information on this website constitutes an offer to contract in any country in which it is available including the UK.
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Cancellation Rights/ Cooling-Off Periods
If you are waiting for your car to be delivered and start to have second thoughts about the finance, what can you do?
The good news is, if you are a ‘regulated’ customer you have a cooling-off period during which time you can cancel.
How do I know if I’m a ‘regulated’ customer?
You are a regulated customer if you are;
If you are an unregulated customer you do not have a cooling-off period.
You are an unregulated customer if you are;
What is a cooling-off period?
Basically, a cooling-off period is the period of a time in which you can cancel the finance agreement without incurring a penalty. It specifically relates to sales made at a distance, such as online, over the phone, or by mail-order, however, also includes ‘off-premises’ transactions (e.g. a face-to-face meeting that hasn’t taken place on the traders’ premises).
Under the Consumer Contracts Regulations, any goods or services sold at a distance or off-premises are entitled to a minimum 14-day cooling-off-period. During this time, you can cancel for any reason and get your money back.
When does my cooling-off period start?
The 14-day cooling-off period varies by finance provider but typically starts either when the finance documentation has been issued or when you have signed it.
It is worth noting that many finance providers do not allow delivery of the vehicle until the cooling-off period has expired. However, some finance providers, upon customer request, will allow delivery during this period on the basis that the customer signs a declaration confirming if they are to cancel within the cooling-off period they must pay for the value of the service provided up to the point of cancellation.
Cancellation rights with a contract hire agreement
Contract Hire agreements are not really designed to be cancelled, however, that is not to say it can’t be; the process is just a little more complicated.
If you want to cancel your contract hire agreement, you will need to contact your finance provider about early termination, which will incur a termination fee. Your terms and conditions will outline all penalties and any cancellation fees, it is therefore wise to read through these thoroughly before signing your finance agreement. If you accept and pay the fee, the finance provider will pick up the vehicle.
It is also worth noting that along with the termination fee, you will also be subject to condition charges. The vehicle must be handed back in a condition that complies with the BVRLA Fair Wear and Tear standard.