Depreciation is calculated based on the expectation of the future sale price net of average discount and selling cost. The amount to be depreciated is the positive difference between the acquisition price of the vehicle and its estimated residual value. Depreciation is calculated as long as the assets’ estimated residual value does not exceed its accounting value. Depreciation is recognized during the estimated life cycle of each asset. In the Car Rental Division, depreciation method used is linear. In the Fleet Rental Division, depreciation is recorded according to the sum of the years’ digits (SOYD) method, which better reflects the consumption pattern of the economic benefits that decrease during the cars’ useful life. The residual value is the estimated sale price net of the estimated selling expense.