This article will show you how to add Standard Interline Passenger Procedure (SIPP) Codes to your Vehicle Classes. Each SIPP Code consists of four letters, and it is an abbreviation for the major features of interest in cars for rental. For example, if you need a compact, two-door car that is automatic with air conditioning, the SIPP code may be CBAC. For a list of SIPP codes and their definition, you can go here.
SIPP code for your vehicle Class
Navigate to Settings > Fleets> Vehicle Class > Add Vehicle Class or select an existing one. Next, you must create the SIPP code for that vehicle class specifically by following the guide in this link.
After adding the SIPP code to the class, remember to click on the blue “Save” button at the end of the page.
Note:Car hire companies are encouraged to use the agreed SIPP codes but are not obliged to do so. If car hire companies create their own codes, it removes standardization and makes it hard for consumers to compare cars.