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Win a car with Connor

Kick it with Connor competition - During this football-crazy period, some First Car Rental vehicle types are scarce so First Car Rental are giving away a car plus free car rental weekends - all valued at R100 000. The 1st prize is a new black Chevrolet Spark Lite and 2nd prizes are 20 free car rental weekends. There are 2 ways to enter - challenge First Car Rental’s Mascot, Connor, a skilful Scottish terrier, with your own pet video playing a sport or answer 4 easy Football First questions. While you're at it rent an unlimited mileage vehicle from First Car Rental.

helpful First Car Rental Sixt attendant packing bags into our hire car

Terms and Conditions

 

The competition opens on 11 June and closes at 24h00 on 11 July 2010.

Winners will notified by email and/or telephone on 2 August 2010.

Only ONE entry per person. Either upload a video OR answer the questions.

The competition is open to all residents of South Africa, except employees and staff of First Car Rental, Chevrolet, 5FM, The Star, their immediate families and associated agencies.

Neither First Car Rental, Chevrolet, and their respective advertising, media and PR agencies, nor their trading partners shall be liable in any way whatsoever for any indirect or consequential loss, damage or costs, howsoever arising, suffered by an entrant of this competition and/or participant in the prizes offered whether as a result of any negligent act or omission or any default on the part of First Car Rental or Chevrolet or otherwise.

All winners will be required to exhibit valid South African identity documents as proof of citizenship.

By entering the competition all participants give First Car Rental and Chevrolet the rights to use their photographs for marketing in public domains and that all the participants accept and agree to abide by these rules, terms and conditions.

The promoter and its agents accept no responsibility for any difficulties experienced in submitting any entries to this promotion.

The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

First Car Rental reserves the right to withdraw or amend this promotion, including the prizes, in the event of any unforeseen circumstances or factors outside of its control.

 

 

The Main Prize - Chevrolet Spark Lite

Winners must 18 years or older and hold a valid South African drivers licence.

Only ONE entry per person. Either upload a video OR answer the questions.

The colour of the Chevrolet Spark Lite car in the advertisements may not be the same colour of the winning car.

The Chevrolet Spark Lite winning car is black in colour.

The prize may not be transferred or exchanged for its cash value.

Winners will be notified telephonically

Winner must be prepared to pick up the vehicle at First Car Rental head office in Pomona and be photographed and placed in The Star newspaper or any other press or public domain.

First Car Rental will not be liable for any delays in the delivery of the prize.

The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

First Car Rental reserves the right to withdraw or amend this promotion, including the prizes, in the event of any unforeseen circumstances or factors outside of its control.

 

 

Car Rental Weekend Prizes

The car rental weekend prizes may be transferred to another person but may not be exchanged for its cash value.

Winners of First Car Rental weekends must be 21 years or older.

Only ONE entry per person. Either upload a video OR answer the questions.

Winners must have held a valid driver’s licence for 2 years or more.

All car rental weekend winners must hold a valid credit card.

An excess amount of R15 000 will be held on your credit card but will be released upon closing of your car rental contract.

The excess amount of R15000 is not charged to your credit card. It is merely held and then released.

Winners must also produce a valid South African ID document.

Winners will receive a Group B car plus 100 free km per day.

Car Rental weekends are for 2 nights from Friday to Sunday (24hr blocks).

Winners will be liable for costs associated to waivers, contracts, petrol and other fees if applicable.

You may pick up your car at any one of our branches. The car must be returned to the same branch you picked it up from.

This prize is valid for 6 months and is subject to availability of vehicles on your chosen weekend.

The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

First Car Rental reserves the right to withdraw or amend this promotion, including the prizes, in the event of any unforeseen circumstances or factors outside of its control.

Uploading Videos - Terms & Conditions

All entries must include the name, contact cellphone number and region where the entrant lives

Videos must be in one of the following formats: .mpg, .mp4, .mov, .avi, .wmv or .3gp and must not exceed 5Mb in size.

The promoter and its agents accept no responsibility for any difficulties experienced in submitting any entries to this promotion.

First Car Rental reserves the right to substitute the prize for another prize of like value at any time and for any reason.

Neither First Car Rental, Chevrolet, and their respective advertising, media and PR agencies, nor their trading partners shall be liable in any way whatsoever for any indirect or consequential loss, damage or costs, howsoever arising, suffered by an entrant of this competition and/or participant in the prizes offered whether as a result of any negligent act or omission or any default on the part of First Car Rental or Chevrolet or otherwise.

The winners may be required to take part in publicity and participation in the competition and it is conditional upon agreement to take part in such publicity. Winners will not be entitled to any payment or other remuneration for any such publicity or otherwise. All and any materials, including publicity materials, will be the sole property of First Car Rental.

Contestants are urged to ensure their personal safety and abide by the laws governing South Africa when creating videos for Kick it with Connor challenge.

The laws of South Africa govern these terms & conditions and participants agree to be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the South African courts.

Participation constitutes acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.

The Small Print

 

If you want your video on our website, keep in mind that it needs to comply with all of the requirements to submit a valid entry. You can start by learning a little about copyright infringement and how to avoid it.

 

1. Copyrighted Material 
All recorded music and video is covered by copyright law, but keep in mind that there are several types of content you can use legally, such as:
 

Original Content: If you create your own original audio and video, you own the copyright! You can do anything you like with it. Have fun and be creative!

Licensed Content: A license is permission from the copyright owner to use their work. There are lots of sources on the Web for free licensed content. Just remember to read the license carefully and make sure that it covers what you want to do.

Public Domain: Copyrights expire after a certain amount of time. When a copyright expires, the work enters the “public domain,” which means that it is free for everyone to use. Lots of old movies and songs are in the public domain. Watch out though: a recent recording of a song may be covered by copyright even though the original song is old and is in the public domain. Recent recordings of classical music are a good example of this. Here are some sites that can help you find public domain songs and videos:

 

- Public Domain Music Info
- When US Works Pass Into Public Domain
- Internet Archive
- The Library of Congress

Fair Use: Sometimes, it’s legal to copy someone else’s copyrighted work without their permission. This is called “fair use.” You can learn more about fair use by searching the Internet.

If you decide to copy someone else’s video, it’s up to you to determine whether it is licensed, public domain, or fair use. We can’t figure that out for you. However, if we receive a claim that your submission violates copyright, or it becomes apparent to us that your submission violates copyright, we’re required by law to remove it.

Misconceptions: There are some common misconceptions about copyright law. We don’t want to have to disqualify your submission, so let’s try to clear them up. It’s not legal to copy something just because:

 

- You only copied a small part of the whole; 
- You found it on the Web; 
- It doesn’t have a copyright notice; 
- You gave the author credit; 
- You’re not charging money for your video; 
- Someone else copied it. This is true even if you found another copy on our Web site.

Finally, please understand that we can’t give you legal advice. We’ve provided these tips and a way to help you get started, but only a lawyer can advise you on whether your submission is legal.

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Other Restrictions
Please, ensure that NONE of the following appear in your video:

 

Copyrighted material, including (but not limited to) music, videos, etc.

Inappropriate material, including (but not limited to) nudity, pornography, inappropriate language, terrorism, inappropriate sexual material, horror, etc.

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