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Travels company
Booking ID Seating Capacity
Booking Date starting Miles
Pickup Date Return miles
Return Date Price per Mile
No. of miles booked Price per Day
No. of days booked Vehicle Insurance
Deposit Vehicle Registration ID
Insurance Contractor ID
Invoice ID Contractor Name
Tax % Contract Type
Total Bill Type of Vehicles
Type of payment Contract Period
Rep ID Reviewer ID
Rep Name Reviewer Name
Rep Address Review
Customer ID
Customer First Name
Customer Last Name
Customer Address
No. of Travelers
Customer Driver License ID
Vehicle ID
Vehicle Type
Vehicle Name
Vehicle Class
Vehicle Value
Bookings (BookingID, Booking Date, PickupDate, ReturnDate, No. of Miles booked, No. of days booked, Deposit, Insurance)
Representative (RepID, RepName, RepAddress, Commission)
Customers (CustomerID, CustomerFName, CustomerLName, CustomerAddress, No. of Travelers, CustomerDriverLicenseID)
Invoice (InvoiceID, InvoiceTax%, TotalBill, TypeofPayment)
Vehicles (VehicleID, VehicleName, VehicleType, VehicleClass, VehicleValue, SeatingCapacity, StartingMiles, ReturnMiles, PriceperMile, PriceperDay, VehicleInsurance, VehicleRegistrationID)
Contractors (ContractorID, ContractorName, ContractType, TypeofVehicles, ContractPeriod)
Reviewers (ReviewerID, ReviewerName, Review)

Bookings by Representative (BookingID, RepID, No. ofDaysBooked, Commission)
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Fk RepID -> Representative
Bookings by Customers (BookingID, CustomerID, CustomerDriverLicenseID, No. of MilesBooked)
Fk CustomerID -> Customers
Fk CustomerDriverLicenseID -> Customers
Bookings by Invoice (BookingID, InvoiceID, TotalBill)
Fk InvoiceID -> Invoice
Fk BookingID -> Bookings
Bookings by Vehicles (BookingID,…...

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