Terms and conditions
The following conditions apply for the DriveNow Mr Hyde competition. For questions or suggestions please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
All customers who have registered with DriveNow using the free promo code provided may participate. To register with DriveNow, customers must be over 23 years of age and have held a full valid driver's license for a minimum of 2 years. DriveNow employees, competition partners and their families and service providers are excluded from participating.
The competition period is 28/03/2016 - 04/04/2016. To qualify, readers must register to DriveNow using the code provided.
Competition mechanism and prizes:
On the 5th April 2016, a customer will be drawn at random from those who have completed registration using the required code.
Winners will be notified via email following the draw.
“Free driving for a year” equates to 30 minutes of free driving, per week. The winner will be credited with new free driving minutes at the beginning of each month.
The participant agrees, in the case of winning, that his/her name will be made public.
Settlement of profit claims from DriveNow or a cash payment of prizes is excluded. Prizes are not transferable. There shall be no recourse to legal means.
DriveNow reserves the right, in particular for technical reasons, to restrict the accessibility of the competition or to suspend it temporarily. This results in no claims against DriveNow. DriveNow is not liable for property damage and / or legal defects in the prizes.
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