While international car rental companies usually operate a full/full policy, meaning motorists must return the car with a full tank, some local firms operate full/empty, so motorists pay for a full tank on arrival and then return it empty.
What does F/E stand for?
F/E stands for Full/Empty
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 47 other meanings of F/E in our Acronym Attic
- Fibers per Cubic Centimeter
- Field of Drawing (engineering drawings)
- Filter Demineralizer
- Flight Director
- Focal Length to Diameter Ratio
- Flexion/Extension (angles)
- Flight Engineer
- Full Equipo (Spanish)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Interior/Exterior, Full/Empty is talky (at least, the women talk, while the men remain dumbly silent), and the lyricism of some of the silent screens is occasionally cut by the earthiness of what is said in the chatty ones--meanwhile, we have to infer a lot about what we do not see, namely the absent friends and lovers mentioned in the conversations we overhear in scenes showing women talking on the phone or to one another.
The system can interface with a materials recipe management system to permit traceability of materials and weighments, and can be manned by a single operator (to replenish bins when needed and to remove/supply full/empty receptacles when needed).