I rented a car through a rental company turo and there was a misunderstanding with the return of the vehicle. At the end of the trip and transaction I was late returning the vehicle due to some vehicle trouble. The end result was my bank account being charged twice for late fees. One they called late fee which is returning the vehicle 2 hours or more after the allotted time. The other fee is called improper return which is returning the vehicle 24 hours or more after the allotted drop time. They defined them both as being late fees. So basically I'm being charged for a late fee twice just in different context.
The answer to this question can be found in the written rental agreement you signed when you rented the car. If the agreement says they can do this, then they can.
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