The user of the company bike can decide at the end of the leasing contract whether the bike will be taken over or returned. The SEPA mandate is used if the user wishes to take over the bicycle.

If the user decides to take over the bicycle, he/she presents the bicycle to the specialist dealer in order to have it checked for completeness and functionality. The dealer uses a test form and confirms with his signature that the bicycle is in perfect condition.
If this is not the case, the bicycle will first be repaired by the dealer. The cost of repairs is at the user's expense. 

The test form is required as BMS gives a one-year warranty on the bicycle. 

In order to complete the takeover, the user pays the invoice amount to the specialist dealer. The dealer creates a tax-free article and considers the transaction as a transitory item. 

BMS then collects the purchase amount from the dealer's account. However, the collection does not take place until the specialist dealer has sent the check form to [email protected]

In summary, the dealer checks the bicycle, signs the check form and sends it to BMS. The user pays the used purchase price to the dealer and BMS collects this amount from the dealer's account.

You can find the entire procedure from the end of the leasing period to the dispatch of the offer and the return of the service wheel here:

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