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UNITED STATES

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

WASHINGTON, D.C. 20549

 

FORM 8-K

 

 

CURRENT REPORT

PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d) OF THE

SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

Date of report (Date of earliest event reported) April 14, 2022

 Avis Budget Group, Inc.

(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

 

 

 

Delaware   001-10308   06-0918165
(State or Other jurisdiction
of incorporation)
  (Commission
File Number)
  (I.R.S. Employer
Identification No.)

 

6 Sylvan Way

Parsippany, NJ

  07054
(Address of Principal Executive Offices)   (Zip Code)

 

(973) 496-4700

(Registrant’s telephone number, including area code)

N/A

(Former name or former address, if changed since last report.)

 

 

 

Check the appropriate box below if the Form 8-K filing is intended to simultaneously satisfy the filing obligation of the registrant under any of the following provisions (see General Instruction A.2.):

Written communications pursuant to Rule 425 under the Securities Act (17 CFR 230.425)
Soliciting material pursuant to Rule 14a-12 under the Exchange Act (17 CFR 240.14a-12)
Pre-commencement communications pursuant to Rule 14d-2(b) under the Exchange Act (17 CFR 240.14d-2(b))
Pre-commencement communications pursuant to Rule 13e-4(c) under the Exchange Act (17 CFR 240.13e-4(c))

Securities registered pursuant to Section 12(b) of the Act:

 

Title of Each Class   Trading Symbol(s)   Name of Each Exchange on Which
Registered
Common Stock, par value $0.01   CAR   The Nasdaq Global Select Market

 

Indicate by check mark whether the registrant is an emerging growth company as defined in Rule 405 of the Securities Act of 1933 (§230.405 of this chapter) or Rule 12b-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (§240.12b-2 of this chapter).

Emerging growth company 

If an emerging growth company, indicate by check mark if the registrant has elected not to use the extended transition period for complying with any new or revised financial accounting standards provided pursuant to Section 13(a) of the Exchange Act. 

 

 

 

  

 

 

Item 1.01Entry into Material Definitive Agreements.

 

On April 14, 2022 (the “Closing Date”), our Avis Budget Rental Car Funding (AESOP) LLC subsidiary (“ABRCF”) issued $750 million of asset-backed securities with a maturity of six years, comprised of $540 million aggregate principal amount of Series 2022-1 3.83%, Class A notes, $71.25 million aggregate principal amount of Series 2022-1 4.30%, Class B notes, $48.75 million aggregate principal amount of Series 2022-1 4.84%, Class C notes and $90 million aggregate principal amount of Series 2022-1 6.79%, Class D notes. ABRCF also issued $41.25 million aggregate principal amount of Series 2022-1 7.767%, Class R notes, which are subordinated to the Class A, Class B, Class C and Class D notes and which were issued to its sole member, AESOP Leasing L.P. The notes were issued under the Series 2022-1 Supplement, dated as of April 14, 2022, between ABRCF and The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., as trustee and Series 2022-1 Agent, to the Second Amended and Restated Base Indenture, dated as of June 3, 2004 (as amended, the “Base Indenture”).

Additionally, on April 14, 2022, ABRCF completed an amendment and renewal of its asset-backed variable-funding financing facilities, which provide a portion of the financing for our car rental fleet in the United States. This financing is comprised of two facilities, known as the Series 2010-6 Notes and the Series 2015-3 Notes, each consisting of Class A Notes, Class B Notes and Class R Notes, with a maximum available amount of (x) in the case of the Series 2010-6 Notes, (i) on the Closing Date to but excluding October 31, 2022, $3.4 billion, comprised of $2.98 billion of Class A Notes, $227.5 million of Class B Notes and $192.45 million of Class R Notes and (ii) on and after October 31, 2022, $2.8 billion, comprised of $2.5 billion of Class A Notes, $136.5 million of Class B Notes and $158.19 million of Class R Notes and (y) in the case of the Series 2015-3 Notes, (i) on the Closing Date to but excluding October 31, 2022, $342 million, comprised of $300 million of Class A Notes, $22.5 million of Class B Notes and $19.35 million of Class R Notes and (ii) on and after October 31, 2022, $279 million, comprised of $250 million of Class A Notes, $13.5 million of Class B Notes and $15.8 million of Class R Notes, respectively. For each of the Series 2010-6 Notes and the Series 2015-3 Notes, the Class A Notes and the Class R Notes have a two-year term and a maturity date of April 1, 2024 and the Class B Notes have a one-year term and a maturity date of March 31, 2023. The Series 2010-6 Notes are issued under the Fifth Amended and Restated Series 2010-6 Supplement, dated April 14, 2022, among ABRCF, Avis Budget Car Rental, LLC, as Administrator, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., as Administrative Agent, the Non-Conduit Purchasers, the CP Conduit Purchasers, the Committed Note Purchasers, the APA Banks and the Funding Agents named therein, and The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., as Trustee and as Series 2010-6 Agent, to the Base Indenture. The Series 2015-3 Notes are issued under the Third Amended and Restated Series 2015-3 Supplement, dated April 14, 2022, among ABRCF, Avis Budget Car Rental, LLC, as Administrator, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., as Administrative Agent, the Non-Conduit Purchasers, the CP Conduit Purchasers, the Committed Note Purchasers, the APA Banks and the Funding Agents named therein, and The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., as Trustee and as Series 2015-3 Agent, to the Base Indenture.

The notes are secured under the Base Indenture primarily by vehicles in our domestic fleet and other related assets.

The foregoing summary of the notes is qualified in its entirety by reference to the full text of the Series 2022-1 Supplement, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit 10.1, the Fifth Amended and Restated Series 2010-6 Supplement, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit 10.2, and the Third Amended and Restated Series 2015-3 Supplement, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit 10.3, respectively, and, in each case, which is incorporated by reference herein.

Certain purchasers of the notes, the trustee and their respective affiliates have performed, and may in the future perform, various commercial banking, investment banking and other financial advisory services for us and our subsidiaries for which they have received, and will receive, customary fees and expenses.

Item 2.03Creation of a Direct Financial Obligation or an Obligation under an Off-Balance Sheet Arrangement of a Registrant.

 

The information described above under Item 1.01 of this report is incorporated into this Item 2.03 by reference.

   

 

Item 9.01Financial Statements and Exhibits.

 

The following exhibits are filed as part of this report:

 

Exhibit

No.

 

Description

10.1   Series 2022-1 Supplement, dated as of April 14, 2022, between Avis Budget Rental Car Funding (AESOP) LLC and The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., as trustee and Series 2022-1 Agent.
10.2   Fifth Amended and Restated Series 2010-6 Supplement, dated as of April 14, 2022, by and among Avis Budget Rental Car Funding (AESOP) LLC, as Issuer, Avis Budget Car Rental, LLC, as Administrator, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., as Administrative Agent, the Non-Conduit Purchasers, the CP Conduit Purchasers, the Committed Note Purchasers, the APA Banks and the Funding Agents named therein and The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., as Trustee and as Series 2010-6 Agent.
10.3   Third Amended and Restated Series 2015-3 Supplement, dated as of April 14, 2022, by and among Avis Budget Rental Car Funding (AESOP) LLC, as Issuer, Avis Budget Car Rental, LLC, as Administrator, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., as Administrative Agent, the Non-Conduit Purchasers, the CP Conduit Purchasers, the Committed Note Purchasers, the APA Banks and the Funding Agents named therein and The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., as Trustee and as Series 2015-3 Agent.
104   The cover page from this Current Report on Form 8-K formatted in Inline XBRL (included as Exhibit 101).

 

 

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SIGNATURE

Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned hereto duly authorized.

 

  AVIS BUDGET GROUP, INC.  
       
       
  By: /s/ Jean M. Sera  
    Jean M. Sera  
    Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer and Corporate Secretary  

 

 

 

Date: April 19, 2022

 

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EXHIBIT 10.1

 

EXECUTION VERSION

 

 

AVIS BUDGET RENTAL CAR FUNDING (AESOP) LLC,
as Issuer

and

THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON TRUST COMPANY, N.A.,
as Trustee and Series 2022-1 Agent

_____________________

SERIES 2022-1 SUPPLEMENT
dated as of

April 14, 2022

to

SECOND AMENDED AND RESTATED BASE INDENTURE
dated as of June 3, 2004

_____________________

Series 2022-1 3.83% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class A

Series 2022-1 4.30% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class B

Series 2022-1 4.84% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class C

Series 2022-1 6.79% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class D

Series 2022-1 7.767% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class R

 

   

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Page

 

ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS 2
   
ARTICLE II SERIES 2022-1 ALLOCATIONS 29
     
Section 2.1. Establishment of Series 2022-1 Collection Account, Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account and Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account 29
Section 2.2. Allocations with Respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes 29
Section 2.3. Payments to Noteholders 34
Section 2.4. Payment of Note Interest 38
Section 2.5. Payment of Note Principal 38
Section 2.6. Administrator’s Failure to Instruct the Trustee to Make a Deposit, Draw or Payment 43
Section 2.7. Series 2022-1 Reserve Account 44
Section 2.8. Multi-Series Letters of Credit and Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account 46
Section 2.9. Series 2022-1 Distribution Account 50
Section 2.10. Series 2022-1 Accounts Permitted Investments 52
Section 2.11. Series 2022-1 Demand Notes Constitute Additional Collateral for Series 2022-1 Senior Notes 52
Section 2.12. Subordination of the Class B Notes, Class C Notes, Class D Notes, Class E Notes and the Class R Notes 53
   
ARTICLE III AMORTIZATION EVENTS 55
   
ARTICLE IV FORM OF SERIES 2022-1 NOTES 56
     
Section 4.1. Restricted Global Series 2022-1 Notes 56
Section 4.2. Temporary Global Series 2022-1 Notes; Permanent Global Series 2022-1 Notes 56
   
ARTICLE V GENERAL 57
     
Section 5.1. Optional Repurchase 57
Section 5.2. Information 58
Section 5.3. Exhibits 58
Section 5.4. Ratification of Base Indenture 59
Section 5.5. Counterparts 59
Section 5.6. Governing Law 59
Section 5.7. Amendments 59
Section 5.8. Discharge of Base Indenture 60
Section 5.9. Notice to Rating Agencies 60
Section 5.10. Capitalization of ABRCF 60
Section 5.11. Required Noteholders 60
Section 5.12. Series 2022-1 Demand Notes 60
Section 5.13. Termination of Supplement 60
Section 5.14. Noteholder Consent to Certain Amendments 61
Section 5.15. Issuance of Class E Notes and Additional Class R Notes 61
Section 5.16. Confidential Information 63
Section 5.17. Capitalized Cost Covenant 64

 

 

 

 

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Section 5.18. Further Limitation of Liability 65
Section 5.19. Series 2022-1 Agent 65
Section 5.20. Force Majeure 65
Section 5.21. Waiver of Jury Trial, etc 65
Section 5.22. Submission to Jurisdiction 65
Section 5.23. Additional Terms of the Series 2022-1 Notes. 66

 

 

 

 

SERIES 2022-1 SUPPLEMENT, dated as of April 14, 2022 (this “Supplement”), among AVIS BUDGET RENTAL CAR FUNDING (AESOP) LLC, a special purpose limited liability company established under the laws of Delaware (“ABRCF”), The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A. (formerly known as The Bank of New York), a limited purpose national banking association with trust powers, as trustee (in such capacity, and together with its successors in trust thereunder as provided in the Base Indenture referred to below, the “Trustee”), and The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A. (formerly known as The Bank of New York), as agent (in such capacity, the “Series 2022-1 Agent”) for the benefit of the Series 2022-1 Noteholders, to the Second Amended and Restated Base Indenture, dated as of June 3, 2004, between ABRCF and the Trustee (as amended, modified or supplemented from time to time, exclusive of Supplements creating a new Series of Notes, the “Base Indenture”).

PRELIMINARY STATEMENT

WHEREAS, Sections 2.2 and 12.1 of the Base Indenture provide, among other things, that ABRCF and the Trustee may at any time and from time to time enter into a supplement to the Base Indenture for the purpose of authorizing the issuance of one or more Series of Notes;

NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto agree as follows:

DESIGNATION

There is hereby created a Series of Notes to be issued pursuant to the Base Indenture and this Supplement, and such Series of Notes shall be designated generally as the “Series 2022-1 Rental Car Asset Backed Notes”. The Series 2022-1 Notes shall be issued in up to six Classes, the first of which shall be known as the “Class A Notes”, the second of which shall be known as the “Class B Notes”, the third of which shall be known as the “Class C Notes”, the fourth of which shall be known as the “Class D Notes”, the fifth of which shall be known as the “Class R Notes” and the sixth of which, if issued, shall be known as the “Class E Notes”.

On the Series 2022-1 Closing Date, ABRCF shall issue (i) one tranche of Class A Notes, which shall be designated as the “Series 2022-1 3.83% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class A”, (ii) one tranche of Class B Notes, which shall be designated as the “Series 2022-1 4.30% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class B”, (iii) one tranche of Class C Notes, which shall be designated as the “Series 2022-1 4.84% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class C”, (iv) one tranche of Class D Notes, which shall be designated the “Series 2022-1 6.79% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class D” and (v) one tranche of Class R Notes, which shall be designated the “Series 2022-1 7.767% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class R”.

Subsequent to the Series 2022-1 Closing Date, ABRCF may on any date during the Series 2022-1 Revolving Period offer and sell additional Series 2022-1 Notes subject to the conditions set forth in Section 5.15. Such additional Series 2022-1 Notes, if issued, shall be designated as the “Series 2022-1 Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class E” and shall be referred to herein as the “Class E Notes”.

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The Class A Notes, Class B Notes, Class C Notes, Class D Notes, Class E Notes, if issued, and Class R Notes collectively, constitute the Series 2022-1 Notes. The Class B Notes shall be subordinated in right of payment to the Class A Notes, to the extent set forth herein. The Class C Notes shall be subordinated in right of payment to the Class A Notes and Class B Notes, to the extent set forth herein. The Class D Notes shall be subordinated in right of payment to the Class A Notes, Class B Notes and Class C Notes, to the extent set forth herein. The Class E Notes, if issued, shall be subordinated in right of payment to the Class A Notes, Class B Notes, Class C Notes and Class D Notes, to the extent set forth herein. The Class R Notes shall be subordinated to the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes, the Class D Notes and (if issued) the Class E Notes.

The proceeds from the sale of the Class A Notes, Class B Notes, Class C Notes, Class D Notes and Class R Notes shall be deposited in the Collection Account and shall be deemed to be Principal Collections.

The Series 2022-1 Notes are a non-Segregated Series of Notes (as more fully described in the Base Indenture). Accordingly, all references in this Supplement to “all” Series of Notes (and all references in this Supplement to terms defined in the Base Indenture that contain references to “all” Series of Notes) shall refer to all Series of Notes other than Segregated Series of Notes.

ARTICLE I

DEFINITIONS

(a)     All capitalized terms not otherwise defined herein are defined in the Definitions List attached to the Base Indenture as Schedule I thereto. All Article, Section, Subsection or Exhibit references herein shall refer to Articles, Sections, Subsections or Exhibits of this Supplement, except as otherwise provided herein. Unless otherwise stated herein, as the context otherwise requires or if such term is otherwise defined in the Base Indenture, each capitalized term used or defined herein shall relate only to the Series 2022-1 Notes and not to any other Series of Notes issued by ABRCF. In the event that a term used herein shall be defined both herein and in the Base Indenture, the definition of such term herein shall govern.

(b)     The following words and phrases shall have the following meanings with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes and the definitions of such terms are applicable to the singular as well as the plural form of such terms and to the masculine as well as the feminine and neuter genders of such terms:

ABCR” means Avis Budget Car Rental, LLC.

Additional Class R Notes” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.15.

Additional Notes Closing Date” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.15.

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Adjusted Net Book Value” means, as of any date of determination, with respect to each Adjusted Program Vehicle as of such date, the product of 0.965 and the Net Book Value of such Adjusted Program Vehicle as of such date.

Applicable Distribution Date” means each Distribution Date occurring after the later of (i) the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date and (ii) the first Distribution Date occurring during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period.

Business Day” means any day other than (a) a Saturday or a Sunday or (b) a day on which banking institutions in New York City or in the city in which the corporate trust office of the Trustee is located are authorized or obligated by law or executive order to close.

Certificate of Lease Deficit Demand” means a certificate substantially in the form of Annex A to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Certificate of Termination Date Demand” means a certificate substantially in the form of Annex D to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Certificate of Termination Demand” means a certificate substantially in the form of Annex C to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Certificate of Unpaid Demand Note Demand” means a certificate substantially in the form of Annex B to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Class” means a class of the Series 2022-1 Notes, which may be the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes, the Class D Notes, the Class E Notes (if issued) or the Class R Notes.

Class A Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, the amount, if any, by which the portion of the Monthly Total Principal Allocation paid to the Class A Noteholders pursuant to Section 2.5(e)(i) for the previous Related Month was less than the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount for the previous Related Month; provided, however, that for the first Related Month in the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, the Class A Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount shall be zero.

Class A Controlled Amortization Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, $90,000,000.

Class A Controlled Distribution Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, an amount equal to the sum of the Class A Controlled Amortization Amount and any Class A Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount for such Related Month.

Class A Initial Invested Amount” means the aggregate initial principal amount of the Class A Notes, which is $540,000,000.

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Class A Invested Amount” means, when used with respect to any date, an amount equal to (a) the Class A Initial Invested Amount minus (b) the amount of principal payments made to Class A Noteholders on or prior to such date.

Class A Monthly Interest” means, with respect to (i) the initial Series 2022-1 Interest Period, an amount equal to $2,068,200 and (ii) any other Series 2022-1 Interest Period, an amount equal to the product of (A) one-twelfth of the Class A Note Rate and (B) the Class A Invested Amount on the first day of such Series 2022-1 Interest Period, after giving effect to any principal payments made on such date.

Class A Note” means any one of the Series 2022-1 3.83% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class A, executed by ABRCF and authenticated by or on behalf of the Trustee, substantially in the form of Exhibit A-1, Exhibit A-2 or Exhibit A-3. Definitive Class A Notes shall have such insertions and deletions as are necessary to give effect to the provisions of Section 2.18 of the Base Indenture.

Class A Note Rate” means 3.83% per annum.

Class A Noteholder” means the Person in whose name a Class A Note is registered in the Note Register.

Class A Shortfall” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3(g)(i).

Class B Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, the amount, if any, by which the portion of the Monthly Total Principal Allocation paid to the Class B Noteholders pursuant to Section 2.5(e)(ii) for the previous Related Month was less than the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount for the previous Related Month; provided, however, that for the first Related Month in the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, the Class B Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount shall be zero.

Class B Controlled Amortization Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, $11,875,000.

Class B Controlled Distribution Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, an amount equal to the sum of the Class B Controlled Amortization Amount and any Class B Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount for such Related Month.

Class B Initial Invested Amount” means the aggregate initial principal amount of the Class B Notes, which is $71,250,000.

Class B Invested Amount” means, when used with respect to any date, an amount equal to (a) the Class B Initial Invested Amount minus (b) the amount of principal payments made to Class B Noteholders on or prior to such date.

Class B Monthly Interest” means, with respect to (i) the initial Series 2022-1 Interest Period, an amount equal to $306,375 and (ii) any other Series 2022-1 Interest Period, an

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amount equal to the product of (A) one-twelfth of the Class B Note Rate and (B) the Class B Invested Amount on the first day of such Series 2022-1 Interest Period, after giving effect to any principal payments made on such date.

Class B Note” means any one of the Series 2022-1 4.30% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class B, executed by ABRCF and authenticated by or on behalf of the Trustee, substantially in the form of Exhibit B-1, Exhibit B-2 or Exhibit B-3. Definitive Class B Notes shall have such insertions and deletions as are necessary to give effect to the provisions of Section 2.18 of the Base Indenture.

Class B Note Rate” means 4.30% per annum.

Class B Noteholder” means the Person in whose name a Class B Note is registered in the Note Register.

Class B Shortfall” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3(g)(ii).

Class C Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, the amount, if any, by which the portion of the Monthly Total Principal Allocation paid to the Class C Noteholders pursuant to Section 2.5(e)(iii) for the previous Related Month was less than the Class C Controlled Distribution Amount for the previous Related Month; provided, however, that for the first Related Month in the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, the Class C Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount shall be zero.

Class C Controlled Amortization Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, $8,125,000.

Class C Controlled Distribution Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, an amount equal to the sum of the Class C Controlled Amortization Amount and any Class C Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount for such Related Month.

Class C Initial Invested Amount” means the aggregate initial principal amount of the Class C Notes, which is $48,750,000.

Class C Invested Amount” means, when used with respect to any date, an amount equal to (a) the Class C Initial Invested Amount minus (b) the amount of principal payments made to Class C Noteholders on or prior to such date.

Class C Monthly Interest” means, with respect to (i) the initial Series 2022-1 Interest Period, an amount equal to $235,950 and (ii) any other Series 2022-1 Interest Period, an amount equal to the product of (A) one-twelfth of the Class C Note Rate and (B) the Class C Invested Amount on the first day of such Series 2022-1 Interest Period, after giving effect to any principal payments made on such date.

Class C Note” means any one of the Series 2022-1 4.84% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class C, executed by ABRCF and authenticated by or on behalf of the Trustee,

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substantially in the form of Exhibit C-1, Exhibit C-2 or Exhibit C-3. Definitive Class C Notes shall have such insertions and deletions as are necessary to give effect to the provisions of Section 2.18 of the Base Indenture.

Class C Note Rate” means 4.84% per annum.

Class C Noteholder” means the Person in whose name a Class C Note is registered in the Note Register.

Class C Shortfall” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3(g)(iii).

Class D Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, the amount, if any, by which the portion of the Monthly Total Principal Allocation paid to the Class D Noteholders pursuant to Section 2.5(e)(iv) for the previous Related Month was less than the Class D Controlled Distribution Amount for the previous Related Month; provided, however, that for the first Related Month in the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, the Class D Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount shall be zero.

Class D Controlled Amortization Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, $15,000,000.

Class D Controlled Distribution Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, an amount equal to the sum of the Class D Controlled Amortization Amount and any Class D Carryover Controlled Amortization Amount for such Related Month.

Class D Initial Invested Amount” means the aggregate initial principal amount of the Class D Notes, which is $90,000,000.

Class D Invested Amount” means, when used with respect to any date, an amount equal to (a) the Class D Initial Invested Amount minus (b) the amount of principal payments made to Class D Noteholders on or prior to such date.

Class D Monthly Interest” means, (A) for so long as ABRCF owns 100% of the Class D Notes, $0 and (B) if ABRCF owns less than 100% of the Class D Notes, with respect to (i) the initial Series 2022-1 Interest Period, an amount equal to $611,100 and (ii) any other Series 2022-1 Interest Period, an amount equal to the product of (A) one-twelfth of the Class D Note Rate and (B) the Class D Invested Amount on the first day of such Series 2022-1 Interest Period, after giving effect to any principal payments made on such date.

Class D Note” means any one of the Series 2022-1 6.79% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class D, executed by ABRCF and authenticated by or on behalf of the Trustee, substantially in the form of Exhibit D-1, Exhibit D-2 or Exhibit D-3. Definitive Class D Notes shall have such insertions and deletions as are necessary to give effect to the provisions of Section 2.18 of the Base Indenture.

Class D Note Rate” means 6.79% per annum.

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Class D Noteholder” means the Person in whose name a Class D Note is registered in the Note Register.

Class D Shortfall” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3(g)(iv).

Class E Noteholder” means the Person in whose name a Class E Note is registered in the Note Register.

Class E Notes” has the meaning set forth in the preamble.

Class R Controlled Amortization Amount” means, (i) with respect to any Related Month during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period other than the Related Month immediately preceding the Series 2022-1 Expected Final Distribution Date, $0 and (ii) with respect to the Related Month immediately preceding the Series 2022-1 Expected Final Distribution Date, the sum of (x) $41,250,000 and (y) the aggregate principal amount of any Additional Class R Notes.

Class R Initial Invested Amount” means the aggregate initial principal amount of the Class R Notes, which is $41,250,000.

Class R Invested Amount” means, when used with respect to any date, an amount equal to (a) the Class R Initial Invested Amount plus (b) the aggregate principal amount of any Additional Class R Notes issued on or prior to such date minus (b) the amount of principal payments made to Class R Noteholders on or prior to such date.

Class R Monthly Interest” means, with respect to (i) the initial Series 2022-1 Interest Period, an amount equal to $320,388.75 and (ii) any other Series 2022-1 Interest Period, an amount equal to the product of (A) one-twelfth of the Class R Note Rate and (B) the Class R Invested Amount on the first day of such Series 2022-1 Interest Period, after giving effect to any principal payments made on such date.

Class R Note” means any one of the Series 2022-1 7.767% Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class R, executed by ABRCF and authenticated by or on behalf of the Trustee, substantially in the form of Exhibit E-1, Exhibit E-2 or Exhibit E-3. Definitive Class R Notes shall have such insertions and deletions as are necessary to give effect to the provisions of Section 2.18 of the Base Indenture.

Class R Note Rate” means 7.767% per annum

Class R Noteholder” means the Person in whose name a Class R Note is registered in the Note Register.

Class R Shortfall” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3(g)(v).

Clean-up Repurchase” means any optional repurchase pursuant to Section 5.1(a).

Clean-up Repurchase Distribution Date” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.1(a).

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Confirmation Condition” means, with respect to any Bankrupt Manufacturer which is a debtor in Chapter 11 Proceedings, a condition that shall be satisfied upon the bankruptcy court having competent jurisdiction over such Chapter 11 Proceedings issuing an order that remains in effect approving (i) the assumption of such Bankrupt Manufacturer’s Manufacturer Program (and the related Assignment Agreements) by such Bankrupt Manufacturer or the trustee in bankruptcy of such Bankrupt Manufacturer under Section 365 of the Bankruptcy Code and at the time of such assumption, the payment of all amounts due and payable by such Bankrupt Manufacturer under such Manufacturer Program and the curing of all other defaults by the Bankrupt Manufacturer thereunder or (ii) the execution, delivery and performance by such Bankrupt Manufacturer of a new post-petition Manufacturer Program (and the related Assignment Agreements) on the same terms and covering the same Vehicles as such Bankrupt Manufacturer’s Manufacturer Program (and the related Assignment Agreements) in effect on the date such Bankrupt Manufacturer became subject to such Chapter 11 Proceedings and, at the time of the execution and delivery of such new post-petition Manufacturer Program, the payment of all amounts due and payable by such Bankrupt Manufacturer under such Manufacturer Program and the curing of all other defaults by the Bankrupt Manufacturer thereunder; provided, however, that notwithstanding the foregoing, the Confirmation Condition shall be deemed satisfied until the 90th calendar day following the initial filing in respect of such Chapter 11 Proceedings.

Daily Simple SOFR” means, for any day (a “SOFR Rate Day”), SOFR for the day (such day, a “SOFR Determination Date”) that is five (5) U.S. Government Securities Business Days prior to (i) if such SOFR Rate Day is a U.S. Government Securities Business Day, such SOFR Rate Day or (ii) if such SOFR Rate Day is not a U.S. Government Securities Business Day, the U.S. Government Securities Business Day immediately preceding such SOFR Rate Day, in each case, as such SOFR is published by the SOFR Administrator on the SOFR Administrator’s Website.

 

Demand Note Issuer” means each issuer of a Series 2022-1 Demand Note.

Disbursement” means any Lease Deficit Disbursement, any Unpaid Demand Note Disbursement, any Termination Date Disbursement or any Termination Disbursement under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit, or any combination thereof, as the context may require.

Discounted Value” means, for each Remaining Distribution Amount, the amount obtained by discounting such Remaining Distribution Amount from the applicable Distribution Date to the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date in accordance with accepted financial practice and at a discount factor equal to the Reinvestment Yield with respect to such Remaining Distribution Amount.

Finance Guide” means the Black Book Official Finance/Lease Guide.

Fitch” means Fitch Ratings, Inc.

Global Class A Notes” is defined in Section 4.2.

Global Class B Notes” is defined in Section 4.2.

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Global Class C Notes” is defined in Section 4.2.

Global Class D Notes” is defined in Section 4.2.

Global Class R Notes” is defined in Section 4.2.

Lease Deficit Disbursement” means an amount drawn under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit pursuant to a Certificate of Lease Deficit Demand.

Make Whole Payment” means, with respect to any Series 2022-1 Note on any Optional Repurchase Distribution Date, the pro rata share with respect to such Series 2022-1 Note of the excess, if any, of (x) the sum of the Discounted Values for each Remaining Distribution Amount with respect to each Applicable Distribution Date over (y) the Series 2022-1 Invested Amount as of such Optional Repurchase Distribution Date (determined after giving effect to any payments made pursuant to Section 2.5(a) on such Distribution Date).

Market Value Average” means, as of any day, the percentage equivalent of a fraction, the numerator of which is the average of the Selected Fleet Market Value as of the preceding Determination Date and the two Determination Dates precedent thereto and the denominator of which is the sum of (a) the average of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Non-Program Vehicles (excluding (i) any Unaccepted Program Vehicles, (ii) any Excluded Redesignated Vehicles and (iii) any other Non-Program Vehicles that are subject to a Manufacturer Program with an Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer with respect to which no Manufacturer Event of Default has occurred and is continuing) and (b) the average of the aggregate Adjusted Net Book Value of all Adjusted Program Vehicles, in the case of each of clause (a) and (b) leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease and the Finance Lease as of the preceding Determination Date and the two Determination Dates precedent thereto.

Monthly Total Principal Allocation” means for any Related Month the sum of all Series 2022-1 Principal Allocations with respect to such Related Month.

Moody’s Excluded Manufacturer Amount” means, as of any date of determination, an amount equal to the excess, if any, of (x) the sum of the following amounts with respect to each Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date: the product of (i) to the extent such amounts are included in the calculation of AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement Borrowing Base as of such date, all amounts receivable as of such date by AESOP Leasing or the Intermediary from such Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer and (ii) the Moody’s Excluded Manufacturer Receivable Specified Percentage for such Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date over (y) the sum of the following amounts with respect to each Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date: the product of (i) the aggregate Net Book Value of any Vehicles subject to a Manufacturer Program from such Manufacturer that have had a Turnback Date but for which (A) AESOP Leasing or its Permitted Nominee continues to be named as the owner of the Vehicle on the Certificate of Title for such Vehicle and (B) AESOP Leasing or its agent continues to hold the Certificate of Title for such Vehicle and (ii) the Moody’s Turnback Vehicle Specified Percentage for such Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date.

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Moody’s Excluded Manufacturer Receivable Specified Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, with respect to each Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date, the percentage (not to exceed 100%) most recently specified in writing by Moody’s to ABRCF and the Trustee and consented to by the Requisite Series 2022-1 Noteholders with respect to such Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer; provided, however, that as of the Series 2022-1 Closing Date the Moody’s Excluded Manufacturer Receivable Specified Percentage for each Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer shall be 100%; provided, further, that the initial Moody’s Excluded Manufacturer Receivable Specified Percentage with respect to any Manufacturer that becomes a Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer after the Series 2022-1 Closing Date shall be 100%.

Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer” means, as of any date of determination, any Manufacturer that (i) is not a Bankrupt Manufacturer and (ii) does not have either (A) a long-term corporate family rating of at least “Baa3” from Moody’s or (B) if such Manufacturer does not have a long-term corporate family rating from Moody’s as of such date, a long-term senior unsecured debt rating of at least “Ba1” from Moody’s; provided, however, that any Manufacturer whose long-term corporate family rating is downgraded from at least “Baa3” to below “Baa3” by Moody’s or whose long-term senior unsecured debt rating is downgraded from at least “Ba1” to below “Ba1” by Moody’s, as applicable, after the Series 2022-1 Closing Date shall not be deemed a Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer until the thirtieth (30th) calendar day following such downgrade.

Moody’s Turnback Vehicle Specified Percentage” means, as of any date of determination: (i) with respect to each Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer that has a long-term corporate family rating from Moody’s on such date of determination of at least “Ba3” (or, if such Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer does not have a long-term corporate family rating from Moody’s as of such date, a long-term senior unsecured debt rating of at least “B1”), 65%; (ii) with respect to each Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer that has a long-term corporate family rating from Moody’s on such date of determination of at least “B3” but less than “Ba3” (or, if such Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer does not have a long-term corporate family rating from Moody’s as of such date, a long-term senior unsecured debt rating of at least “Caa1” but less than “B1”), 25%; and (iii) with respect to any other Moody’s Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer, 0%; provided, however, that any Manufacturer whose long-term corporate family rating or long-term senior unsecured debt rating from Moody’s is downgraded after the Series 2022-1 Closing Date shall be deemed to retain its long-term corporate family rating or long-term senior unsecured debt rating, as applicable, from Moody’s in effect immediately prior to such downgrade until the thirtieth (30th) calendar day following such downgrade.

Multi-Series Letter of Credit” means an irrevocable letter of credit, if any, substantially in the form of Exhibit G issued by a Series 2022-1 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider in favor of the Trustee for the benefit, in whole or in part, of the Series 2022-1 Noteholders (provided that a Multi-Series Letter of Credit may also benefit Noteholders of certain other Series).

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Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date” means, with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit, the expiration date set forth in such Multi-Series Letter of Credit, as such date may be extended in accordance with the terms of such Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider” means any issuer of any Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date” means the first to occur of (a) the date on which the Series 2022-1 Notes are fully paid and (b) the Series 2022-1 Termination Date.

NYFRB” means the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

 

NYFRB’s Website” means the website of the NYFRB at http://www.newyorkfed.org, or any successor source.

 

Optional Repurchase” is defined in Section 5.1(b).

Optional Repurchase Distribution Date” is defined in Section 5.1(b).

Past Due Rent Payment” is defined in Section 2.2(g).

Permanent Global Class A Note” is defined in Section 4.2.

Permanent Global Class B Note” is defined in Section 4.2.

Permanent Global Class C Note” is defined in Section 4.2.

Permanent Global Class D Note” is defined in Section 4.2.

Permanent Global Class R Note” is defined in Section 4.2.

Permanent Global Series 2022-1 Notes” is defined in Section 4.2.

Pre-Preference Period Demand Note Payments” means, as of any date of determination, the aggregate amount of all proceeds of demands made on the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes included in the Series 2022-1 Demand Note Payment Amount as of the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date that were paid by the Demand Note Issuers more than one year before such date of determination; provided, however, that if an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of sixty (60) consecutive days) with respect to a Demand Note Issuer occurs during such one-year period, (x) the Pre-Preference Period Demand Note Payments as of any date during the period from and including the date of the occurrence of such Event of Bankruptcy to and including the conclusion or dismissal of the proceedings giving rise to such Event of Bankruptcy without continuing jurisdiction by the court in such proceedings shall equal the Pre-Preference Period Demand Note Payments as of the date of such occurrence for all Demand Note Issuers and (y) the Pre-Preference Period Demand Note Payments as of any date after the

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conclusion or dismissal of such proceedings shall equal the Series 2022-1 Demand Note Payment Amount as of the date of the conclusion or dismissal of such proceedings.

Principal Deficit Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the excess, if any, of (i) the Series 2022-1 Senior Invested Amount on such date (after giving effect to the distribution of the Monthly Total Principal Allocation for the Related Month if such date is a Distribution Date) over (ii) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement Borrowing Base on such date; provided, however, that the Principal Deficit Amount on any date occurring during the period commencing on and including the date of the filing by any of the Lessees of a petition for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code to but excluding the date on which each of the Lessees shall have resumed making all payments of the portion of Monthly Base Rent relating to Loan Interest required to be made under the AESOP I Operating Lease, shall mean the excess, if any, of (x) the Series 2022-1 Senior Invested Amount on such date (after giving effect to the distribution of Monthly Total Principal Allocation for the Related Month if such date is a Distribution Date) over (y) the sum of (1) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement Borrowing Base on such date and (2) the lesser of (a) the Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount on such date and (b) the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount on such date.

Proposed Class E Notes” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.15.

Pro Rata Share” means, with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider as of any date, the fraction (expressed as a percentage) obtained by dividing (A) the available amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider’s Multi-Series Letter of Credit as of such date by (B) an amount equal to the aggregate available amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes under all Multi-Series Letters of Credit as of such date; provided, however, that only for purposes of calculating the Pro Rata Share with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider as of any date, if such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider has not complied with its obligation to pay the Trustee the amount of any draw under the Multi-Series Letter of Credit made prior to such date, the available amount under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit as of such date shall be treated as reduced (for calculation purposes only) by the amount of such unpaid demand and shall not be reinstated for purposes of such calculation unless and until the date as of which such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider has paid such amount to the Trustee and been reimbursed by the Lessee or the applicable Demand Note Issuer, as the case may be, for such amount (provided, however, that the foregoing calculation shall not in any manner reduce the undersigned’s actual liability in respect of any failure to pay any demand under the Multi-Series Letter of Credit).

Reinvestment Yield” means, with respect to any Remaining Distribution Amount, the sum of (i) 0.25% and (ii) the greater of (x) 0% and (y) the U.S. Treasury Rate with respect to such Remaining Distribution Amount.

Remaining Distribution Amount” means, with respect to each Applicable Distribution Date, the sum of (i) the sum of (x) an amount equal to the Class A Controlled Amortization Amount with respect to the Related Month immediately preceding such Applicable Distribution Date (or, if the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date occurs after the March 2027 Distribution Date, the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to the Related

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Month preceding the first such Applicable Distribution Date) and (y) the interest that will accrue on such amount from the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date to such Applicable Distribution Date at the Class A Note Rate, (ii) the sum of (x) an amount equal to the Class B Controlled Amortization Amount with respect to the Related Month immediately preceding such Applicable Distribution Date (or, if the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date occurs after the March 2027 Distribution Date, the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to the Related Month preceding the first such Applicable Distribution Date) and (y) the interest that will accrue on such amount from the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date to such Applicable Distribution Date at the Class B Note Rate, (iii) the sum of (x) an amount equal to the Class C Controlled Amortization Amount with respect to the Related Month immediately preceding such Applicable Distribution Date (or, if the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date occurs after the March 2027 Distribution Date, the Class C Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to the Related Month preceding the first such Applicable Distribution Date) and (y) the interest that will accrue on such amount from the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date to such Applicable Distribution Date at the Class C Note Rate, (iv) the sum of (x) an amount equal to the Class D Controlled Amortization Amount with respect to the Related Month immediately preceding such Applicable Distribution Date (or, if the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date occurs after the March 2027 Distribution Date, the Class D Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to the Related Month preceding the first such Applicable Distribution Date) and (y) the interest that will accrue on such amount from the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date to such Applicable Distribution Date at the Class D Note Rate and (v) the sum of (x) an amount equal to the Class R Controlled Amortization Amount with respect to the Related Month immediately preceding such Applicable Distribution Date (or, if the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date occurs after the March 2027 Distribution Date, the Class R Controlled Amortization Amount with respect to the Related Month preceding the first such Applicable Distribution Date) and (y) the interest that will accrue on such amount from the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date to such Applicable Distribution Date at the Class R Note Rate.

Required Controlling Class Series 2022-1 Noteholders” means (i) for so long as any Class A Notes are outstanding, Class A Noteholders holding more than 50% of the Class A Invested Amount, (ii) if no Class A Notes are outstanding and for so long as any Class B Notes are outstanding, Class B Noteholders holding more than 50% of the Class B Invested Amount, (iii) if no Class A Notes or Class B Notes are outstanding, Class C Noteholders holding more than 50% of the Class C Invested Amount, (iv) if no Class A Notes, Class B Notes or Class C Notes are outstanding, Class D Noteholders holding more than 50% of the Class C Invested Amount (excluding, for the purposes of making any of the foregoing calculations, any Series 2022-1 Notes held by ABCR or any Affiliate of ABCR unless ABCR or such Affiliate is the sole Series 2022-1 Noteholder) and (v) if no Class A Notes, Class B Notes, Class C Notes or Class D Notes are outstanding, Class R Noteholders holding more than 50% Class R Invested Amount (excluding, for the purposes of making any of the foregoing calculations, any Series 2022-1 Notes held by ABCR or any Affiliate of ABCR unless ABCR or such Affiliate is the sole Series 2022-1 Noteholder).

Requisite Series 2022-1 Noteholders” means Class A Noteholders, Class B Noteholders, Class C Noteholders, Class D Noteholders and/or Class R Noteholders holding, in the aggregate, more than 50% of the Series 2022-1 Invested Amount (excluding, for the purposes

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of making the foregoing calculation, any Series 2022-1 Notes held by ABCR or any Affiliate of ABCR or such Affiliate unless ABCR is the sole Series 2022-1 Noteholder).

Restricted Global Class A Note” is defined in Section 4.1.

Restricted Global Class B Note” is defined in Section 4.1.

Restricted Global Class C Note” is defined in Section 4.1.

Restricted Global Class D Note” is defined in Section 4.1.

Restricted Global Class R Note” is defined in Section 4.1.

Selected Fleet Market Value” means, with respect to all Adjusted Program Vehicles and all Non-Program Vehicles (excluding (i) any Unaccepted Program Vehicles, (ii) any Excluded Redesignated Vehicles and (iii) any other Non-Program Vehicles that are subject to a Manufacturer Program with an Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer with respect to which no Manufacturer Event of Default has occurred and is continuing) as of any date of determination, the sum of the respective Market Values of each such Adjusted Program Vehicle and each such Non-Program Vehicle, in each case subject to the AESOP I Operating Lease or the Finance Lease as of such date. For purposes of computing the Selected Fleet Market Value, the “Market Value” of an Adjusted Program Vehicle or a Non-Program Vehicle means the market value of such Vehicle as specified in the most recently published NADA Guide for the model class and model year of such Vehicle based on the average equipment and the average mileage of each Vehicle of such model class and model year then leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease and the Finance Lease; provided, however, that if the NADA Guide is not being published or the NADA Guide is being published but such Vehicle is not included therein, the Market Value of such Vehicle shall be based on the market value specified in the most recently published Finance Guide for the model class and model year of such Vehicle based on the average equipment and the average mileage of each Vehicle of such model class and model year then leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the Finance Lease; provided, further, that if the Finance Guide is being published but such Vehicle is not included therein, the Market Value of such Vehicle shall mean (x) in the case of an Adjusted Program Vehicle, the Adjusted Net Book Value of such Adjusted Program Vehicle and (y) in the case of a Non-Program Vehicle, the Net Book Value of such Non-Program Vehicle provided, further, that if the Finance Guide is not being published, the Market Value of such Vehicle shall be based on an independent third-party data source selected by the Administrator and approved by each Rating Agency that is rating any Series of Notes at the request of ABRCF based on the average equipment and average mileage of each Vehicle of such model class and model year then leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the Finance Lease; provided, further, that if no such third-party data source or methodology shall have been so approved or any such third-party data source or methodology is not available, the Market Value of such Vehicle shall be equal to a reasonable estimate of the wholesale market value of such Vehicle as determined by the Administrator, based on the Net Book Value of such Vehicle and any other factors deemed relevant by the Administrator.

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Series 2010-6 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2010-6 Notes.

Series 2011-4 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2011-4 Notes.

Series 2015-3 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2015-3 Notes.

Series 2017-1 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2017-1 Notes.

Series 2017-2 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2017-2 Notes.

Series 2018-1 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2018-1 Notes.

Series 2018-2 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2018-2 Notes.

Series 2019-1 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2019-1 Notes.

Series 2019-2 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2019-2 Notes.

Series 2019-3 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2019-3 Notes.

Series 2020-1 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2020-1 Notes.

Series 2020-2 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2020-2 Notes.

Series 2021-1 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2021-1 Notes.

Series 2021-2 Notes” means the Series of Notes designated as the Series 2021-2 Notes.

Series 2022-1 Accounts” means each of the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account, the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account, the Series 2022-1 Collection Account, the Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account and the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account.

Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account” is defined in Section 2.1(b).

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Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement Borrowing Base” means, as of any date of determination, the product of (a) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of such date and (b) the excess of (i) the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement Borrowing Base as of such date over (ii) the Moody’s Excluded Manufacturer Amount as of such date.

Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage (which percentage shall never exceed 100%), the numerator of which is the Series 2022-1 Required AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Amount as of such date and the denominator of which is the sum of the Required AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Amounts for all Series of Notes as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Agent” is defined in the recitals hereto.

Series 2022-1 Allocated Cash Amount” means, as of any date of determination, an amount equal to (x) all cash on deposit in the Collection Account as of such date times (y) the Series 2022-1 Invested Percentage (calculated with respect to Principal Collections) as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the lesser of (a) the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount on such date and (b) the aggregate outstanding principal amount of the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes on such date.

Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (a) the Series 2022-1 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount as of such date under each Multi-Series Letters of Credit on which no draw has been made pursuant to Section 2.8(c), and (b) if the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded pursuant to Section 2.8, the Series 2022-1 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount on such date.

Series 2022-1 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount” means, as of any date of determination, an amount equal to the sum, for each Multi-Series Letter of Credit, of (1) the aggregate amount available to be drawn on such date under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit times (2) an amount (expressed as a percentage) equal to the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount divided by “Required Liquidity Amount” for each applicable Series for which such Multi-Series Letter of Credit is providing credit enhancement.

Series 2022-1 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the amount on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account (after giving effect to any deposits thereto and withdrawals and releases therefrom on such date).

Series 2022-1 Available Reserve Account Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the amount on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account (after giving effect to any deposits thereto and withdrawals and releases therefrom on such date).

Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account” is defined in Section 2.8(f).

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Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account Collateral” is defined in Section 2.8(a).

Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account Surplus” means, with respect to any Distribution Date, the lesser of (a) the Series 2022-1 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount and (b) the lesser of (A) the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount (after giving effect to any withdrawal from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account on such Distribution Date) over the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount on such Distribution Date and (B) the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount (after giving effect to any withdrawal from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account on such Distribution Date) over the Series 2022-1 Required Enhancement Amount on such Distribution Date; provided, however, that, on any date after the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date, the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account Surplus shall mean the excess, if any, of (x) the Series 2022-1 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount over (y) the Series 2022-1 Demand Note Payment Amount minus the Pre-Preference Period Demand Note Payments as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, the percentage equivalent of a fraction, the numerator of which is the Series 2022-1 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount as of such date and the denominator of which is the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Closing Date” means April 14, 2022.

Series 2022-1 Collateral” means the Collateral, the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, each Series 2022-1 Demand Note, the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account Collateral, the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account Collateral and the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account Collateral.

Series 2022-1 Collection Account” is defined in Section 2.1(b).

Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period” means the period commencing upon the close of business on January 31, 2027 (or, if such day is not a Business Day, the Business Day immediately preceding such day) and continuing to the earliest of (i) the commencement of the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period, (ii) the date on which the Series 2022-1 Notes are fully paid and (iii) the termination of the Indenture.

Series 2022-1 Demand Note” means each demand note made by a Demand Note Issuer, substantially in the form of Exhibit F, as amended, modified or restated from time to time.

Series 2022-1 Demand Note Payment Amount” means, as of the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date, the aggregate amount of all proceeds of demands made on the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes pursuant to Section 2.5(b) or (c) that were deposited into the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account and paid to the Series 2022-1 Noteholders during the one year period ending on the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date; provided, however, that if an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of sixty (60) consecutive days) with respect to a Demand Note Issuer shall have occurred during such one year period, the Series 2022-1 Demand Note Payment Amount as of the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date shall equal the Series 2022-1 Demand Note Payment Amount as if it were calculated as of the date of such occurrence.

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Series 2022-1 Deposit Date” is defined in Section 2.2.

Series 2022-1 Distribution Account” is defined in Section 2.9(a).

Series 2022-1 Distribution Account Collateral” is defined in Section 2.9(d).

Series 2022-1 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider” means a Person satisfactory to ABCR and the Demand Note Issuers and having, at the time of the issuance of the related Multi-Series Letter of Credit, a long-term senior unsecured debt rating (or the equivalent thereof) of at least “Al” from Moody’s and at least “A+” from Fitch and a short-term senior unsecured debt rating of at least “P-1” from Moody’s and at least “F1” from Fitch that is (a) a commercial bank having total assets in excess of $500,000,000, (b) a finance company, insurance company or other financial institution that in the ordinary course of business issues letters of credit and has total assets in excess of $200,000,000 or (c) any other financial institution; provided, however, that if a Person is not a Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider (or a letter of credit provider under the Series Supplement for any other Series of Notes), then such Person shall not be a Series 2022-1 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider until ABRCF has provided 10 days’ prior notice to the Rating Agencies that such Person has been proposed as a Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider.

Series 2022-1 Enhancement” means the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account Collateral, the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes, the Series 2022-1 Overcollateralization Amount and the Series 2022-1 Required Reserve Account Amount.

Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (i) the Series 2022-1 Overcollateralization Amount as of such date, (ii) the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount as of such date, (iii) the Series 2022-1 Available Reserve Account Amount as of such date and (iv) the amount of cash and Permitted Investments on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Collection Account (not including amounts allocable to the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account) and the Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Enhancement Deficiency” means, on any date of determination, the amount by which the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount is less than the Series 2022-1 Required Enhancement Amount as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account” is defined in Section 2.1(b).

Series 2022-1 Expected Final Distribution Date” means the August 2027 Distribution Date.

Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date” means the August 2028 Distribution Date.

Series 2022-1 Interest Period” means a period commencing on and including a Distribution Date and ending on and including the day preceding the next succeeding Distribution Date; provided, however, that the initial Series 2022-1 Interest Period shall commence on and include the Series 2022-1 Closing Date and end on and include May 19, 2022.

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Series 2022-1 Invested Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of the Class A Invested Amount as of such date, the Class B Invested Amount as of such date, the Class C Invested Amount as of such date, the Class D Invested Amount as of such date and the Class R Invested Amount as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Invested Percentage” means as of any date of determination:

(a)     when used with respect to Principal Collections, the percentage equivalent (which percentage shall never exceed 100%) of a fraction, the numerator of which shall be equal to the sum of the Series 2022-1 Invested Amount and the Series 2022-1 Overcollateralization Amount, determined during the Series 2022-1 Revolving Period as of the end of the Related Month (or, until the end of the initial Related Month, on the Series 2022-1 Closing Date), or, during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period and the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period, as of the end of the Series 2022-1 Revolving Period, and the denominator of which shall be the greater of (I) the Aggregate Asset Amount as of the end of the Related Month or, until the end of the initial Related Month, as of the Series 2022-1 Closing Date, and (II) as of the same date as in clause (I), the sum of the numerators used to determine the invested percentages for allocations with respect to Principal Collections (for all Series of Notes and all classes of such Series of Notes); and

(b)     when used with respect to Interest Collections, the percentage equivalent (which percentage shall never exceed 100%) of a fraction, the numerator of which shall be the Accrued Amounts with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes on such date of determination, and the denominator of which shall be the aggregate Accrued Amounts with respect to all Series of Notes on such date of determination. For so long as ABRCF owns 100% of the Class D Notes, the accrued and unpaid interest with respect to the Class D Notes shall be $0 for purposes of calculating the Accrued Amounts with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes.

Series 2022-1 Lease Interest Payment Deficit” means, on any Distribution Date, an amount equal to the excess, if any, of (1) the excess, if any, of (a) the aggregate amount of Interest Collections which pursuant to Section 2.2(a), (b), (c) or (d) would have been allocated to the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account if all payments of Monthly Base Rent required to have been made under the Leases from and excluding the preceding Distribution Date to and including such Distribution Date were made in full over (b) the aggregate amount of Interest Collections which pursuant to Section 2.2(a), (b), (c) or (d) have been allocated to the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account (excluding any amounts paid into the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account pursuant to the proviso in Sections 2.2(c)(ii) and/or 2.2(d)(ii)) from and excluding the preceding Distribution Date to and including the Business Day immediately preceding such Distribution Date over (2) the Class R Monthly Interest with respect to the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date.

Series 2022-1 Lease Payment Deficit” means either a Series 2022-1 Lease Interest Payment Deficit or a Series 2022-1 Lease Principal Payment Deficit.

Series 2022-1 Lease Principal Payment Carryover Deficit” means (a) for the initial Distribution Date, zero and (b) for any other Distribution Date, the excess of (x) the Series 2022-1 Lease Principal Payment Deficit, if any, on the preceding Distribution Date over (y) the

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amount deposited in the Distribution Account on such preceding Distribution Date pursuant to Section 2.5(b) on account of such Series 2022-1 Lease Principal Payment Deficit.

Series 2022-1 Lease Principal Payment Deficit” means on any Distribution Date, the sum of (a) the Series 2022-1 Monthly Lease Principal Payment Deficit for such Distribution Date and (b) the Series 2022-1 Lease Principal Payment Carryover Deficit for such Distribution Date.

Series 2022-1 Limited Liquidation Event of Default” means, so long as such event or condition continues, any event or condition of the type specified in clauses (a) through (g) of Article III; provided, however, that any event or condition of the type specified in clauses (a) through (g) of Article III shall not constitute a Series 2022-1 Limited Liquidation Event of Default if the Trustee shall have received the written consent of the Requisite Series 2022-1 Noteholders waiving the occurrence of such Series 2022-1 Limited Liquidation Event of Default. The Trustee shall promptly (but in any event within two (2) days) provide the Rating Agencies with written notice of such waiver.

Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (a) the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount on such date and (b) the Series 2022-1 Available Reserve Account Amount on such date.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Amounts” means, collectively, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Program Vehicle Amount, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Jaguar Amount, Series 2022-1 Maximum Tesla Amount, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Land Rover Amount, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Mitsubishi Amount, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Isuzu Amount, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Subaru Amount, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Hyundai Amount, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Kia Amount, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Suzuki Amount, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Specified States Amount (if applicable), the Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Perfected Vehicle Amount, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Eligible Manufacturer Amount, the Series 2022-1 Maximum Used Vehicle Amount and the Series 2022-1 Maximum Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Amount.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Hyundai Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 55% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Isuzu Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Jaguar Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 12.5% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Kia Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 55% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Land Rover Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 12.5% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

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Series 2022-1 Maximum Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 5% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Mitsubishi Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Eligible Manufacturer Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Perfected Vehicle Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Program Vehicle Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Program Vehicle Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Program Vehicle Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (a) 85% and (b) a fraction, expressed as a percentage, the numerator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Redesignated Vehicles manufactured by a Bankrupt Manufacturer or a Manufacturer with respect to which a Manufacturer Event of Default has occurred, and in each case leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the Finance Lease as of such date, and the denominator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Specified States Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Subaru Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 12.5% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Suzuki Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Tesla Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 15% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2022-1 Maximum Used Vehicle Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 25% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

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Series 2022-1 Monthly Lease Principal Payment Deficit” means, on any Distribution Date, an amount equal to the excess, if any, of (1) the excess, if any, of (a) the aggregate amount of Principal Collections which pursuant to Section 2.2(a), (b), (c) or (d) would have been allocated to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account if all payments required to have been made under the Leases from and excluding the preceding Distribution Date to and including such Distribution Date were made in full over (b) the aggregate amount of Principal Collections which pursuant to Section 2.2(a), (b), (c) or (d) have been allocated to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account (without giving effect to any amounts paid into the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account pursuant to the proviso in Sections 2.2(c)(ii) and/or 2.2(d)(ii)) from and excluding the preceding Distribution Date to and including the Business Day immediately preceding such Distribution Date over (2) the principal due and payable with respect to the Class R Notes on such Distribution Date.

Series 2022-1 Moody’s Highest Enhanced Vehicle Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage, (a) the numerator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles (other than “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks) leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease that are either not subject to a Manufacturer Program or not eligible for repurchase under a Manufacturer Program as of such date and (b) the denominator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Moody’s Highest Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (a) 13.10%, (b) the greater of (x) the highest, for any calendar month within the preceding 12 calendar months, of an amount (not less than zero) equal to 100% minus the Measurement Month Average for the immediately preceding Measurement Month and (y) the highest, for any calendar month within the preceding 3 calendar months, of an amount (not less than zero) equal to 100% minus the Market Value Average as of the Determination Date within such calendar month (excluding the Market Value Average for any Determination Date which has not yet occurred) and (c) if (x) the Non-Program Vehicle Amount is less than or equal to the Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Program Vehicle Amount as of such date of determination, 0.00%, (y) the Non-Program Vehicle Amount exceeds the Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Program Vehicle Amount as of such date of determination but is less than or equal to 87.5% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases as of such date of determination, 0.50% and (z) the Non-Program Vehicle Amount is greater than 87.5% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases as of such date of determination, 1.00%.

Series 2022-1 Moody’s Intermediate Enhanced Vehicle Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, 100% minus the sum of (a) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Lowest Enhanced Vehicle Percentage, (b) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Highest Enhanced Vehicle Percentage and (c) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Trucks Percentage.

Series 2022-1 Moody’s Intermediate Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, 8.50%.

Series 2022-1 Moody’s Lowest Enhanced Vehicle Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage, (a) the numerator of which is the

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sum, without duplication, of (1) the aggregate Net Book Value of all Program Vehicles (other than “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks) leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease that are manufactured by Eligible Program Manufacturers having a long-term corporate family rating of “Baa3” or higher from Moody’s as of such date (or, if any Eligible Program Manufacturer does not have a long-term corporate family rating from Moody’s as of such date, a long-term senior unsecured debt rating of at least “Ba1” from Moody’s as of such date), and (2) so long as any Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer has a long-term corporate family rating of “Baa3” or higher from Moody’s as of such date (or, if any Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer does not have a long-term corporate family rating from Moody’s as of such date, a long-term senior unsecured debt rating of at least “Ba1” from Moody’s as of such date) and no Manufacturer Event of Default has occurred and is continuing with respect to such Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer, the aggregate Net Book Value of all Non-Program Vehicles (other than “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks) leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease manufactured by each such Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer that are subject to a Manufacturer Program and remain eligible for repurchase thereunder as of such date and (b) the denominator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Moody’s Lowest Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, 5.00%.

Series 2022-1 Moody’s Required Enhancement Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the product of (i) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Required Enhancement Percentage as of such date and (ii) an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Senior Invested Amount as of such date minus the Series 2022-1 Allocated Cash Amount.

Series 2022-1 Moody’s Required Enhancement Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (i) the product of (A) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Lowest Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Lowest Enhanced Vehicle Percentage as of such date, (ii) the product of (A) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Intermediate Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Intermediate Enhanced Vehicle Percentage as of such date, (iii) the product of (A) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Highest Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Highest Enhanced Vehicle Percentage as of such date and (iv) the product of (A) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Trucks Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Trucks Percentage as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Moody’s Trucks Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage, (a) the numerator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease that are that are “medium duty” or “heavy duty” trucks as of such date and (b) the denominator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Moody’s Trucks Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, 35.00%.

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Series 2022-1 Note Owner” means each beneficial owner of a Series 2022-1 Note.

Series 2022-1 Noteholder” means any Class A Noteholder, any Class B Noteholder, any Class C Noteholder, any Class D Noteholder, any Class R Noteholder or, if the Class E Notes have been issued, any Class E Noteholder.

Series 2022-1 Notes” means, collectively, the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes, the Class D Notes, the Class E Notes (if issued), and the Class R Notes.

Series 2022-1 Overcollateralization Amount” means the excess, if any, of (x) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement Borrowing Base as of such date over (y) the Series 2022-1 Senior Invested Amount as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Past Due Rent Payment” is defined in Section 2.2(g).

Series 2022-1 Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage, the numerator of which is the Series 2022-1 Invested Amount as of such date and the denominator of which is the Aggregate Invested Amount as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Principal Allocation” is defined in Section 2.2(a)(ii).

Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period” means the period beginning at the close of business on the Business Day immediately preceding the day on which an Amortization Event is deemed to have occurred with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes and ending upon the earliest to occur of (i) the date on which the Series 2022-1 Notes are fully paid, (ii) the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date and (iii) the termination of the Indenture.

Series 2022-1 Reimbursement Agreement” means any and each agreement providing for the reimbursement of a Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider for draws under its Multi-Series Letter of Credit as the same may be amended, supplemented, restated or otherwise modified from time to time.

Series 2022-1 Repurchase Amount” is defined in Section 5.1(a).

Series 2022-1 Required AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of the Series 2022-1 Invested Amount and the Series 2022-1 Required Overcollateralization Amount as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Required Enhancement Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum (without duplication) of (i) the Series 2022-1 Moody’s Required Enhancement Amount as of such date, (ii) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Mitsubishi and leased under the Leases as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Mitsubishi Amount as of such date, (iii) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Isuzu and leased under the Leases as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Isuzu

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Amount as of such date, (iv) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Subaru and leased under the Leases as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Subaru Amount as of such date, (v) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Hyundai and leased under the Leases as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Hyundai Amount as of such date, (vi) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Kia and leased under the Leases as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Kia Amount as of such date, (vii) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Suzuki and leased under the Leases as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Suzuki Amount as of such date, (viii) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Tesla and leased under the Leases as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Tesla Amount as of such date, (ix) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Land Rover and leased under the Leases as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Land Rover Amount as of such date, (x) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Jaguar and leased under the Leases as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Jaguar Amount as of such date, (xi) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of (x) Springing Amendment Condition (Non-Perfected Lien) is not satisfied, the Specified States Amount as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Specified States Amount or (y) if the Springing Amendment Condition (Non-Perfected Lien) is satisfied, the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Operating Leases with respect to which the lien under the Indenture is not perfected through a notation of such lien on the Certificate of Title or otherwise over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Perfected Vehicle Amount (as applicable) as of such date, (xii) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the Non-Eligible Manufacturer Amount as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Eligible Manufacturer Amount as of such date, (xiii) the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases as of such date that were used vehicles at the time of acquisition over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Used Vehicle Amount as of such date and (xiv) if the Springing Amendment Condition (Trucks) has been satisfied, the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the immediately preceding Business Day of the excess, if any, of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases as of such date that were “medium duty” or “heavy duty” trucks at the time of acquisition over the Series 2022-1 Maximum Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Amount as of such date.

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Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount” means, as of any date of determination, an amount equal to the product of 2.75% and the Series 2022-1 Senior Invested Amount as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Required Overcollateralization Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Required Enhancement Amount over the sum of (i) the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount as of such date, (ii) the Series 2022-1 Available Reserve Account Amount on such date and (iii) the amount of cash and Permitted Investments on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Collection Account (not including amounts allocable to the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account) and the Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account on such date.

Series 2022-1 Required Reserve Account Amount” means, for any date of determination, an amount equal to the greater of (a) the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount as of such date and (b) the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Required Enhancement Amount as of such date over the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount (excluding therefrom the Series 2022-1 Available Reserve Account Amount and calculated after giving effect to any payments of principal to be made on the Series 2022-1 Notes) as of such date.

Series 2022-1 Reserve Account” is defined in Section 2.7(a).

Series 2022-1 Reserve Account Collateral” is defined in Section 2.7(d).

Series 2022-1 Reserve Account Surplus” means, with respect to any Distribution Date, the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Available Reserve Account Amount over the Series 2022-1 Required Reserve Account Amount on such Distribution Date.

Series 2022-1 Revolving Period” means the period from and including the Series 2022-1 Closing Date to the earlier of (i) the commencement of the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period and (ii) the commencement of the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period.

Series 2022-1 Senior Invested Amount” means, on any date, the sum of the Class A Invested Amount on such date, the Class B Invested Amount on such date, the Class C Invested Amount on such date and the Class D Invested Amount on such date.

Series 2022-1 Senior Monthly Interest” means, with respect to any Distribution Date, the sum of the Class A Monthly Interest, the Class B Monthly Interest, the Class C Monthly Interest and the Class D Monthly Interest, in each case with respect to the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date.

Series 2022-1 Senior Notes” means, collectively, the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes and the Class D Notes.

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Series 2022-1 Shortfall” means, on any Distribution Date, the sum of the Class A Shortfall, the Class B Shortfall, the Class C Shortfall and the Class D Shortfall on such Distribution Date.

Series 2022-1 Termination Date” means the August 2028 Distribution Date.

Series 2022-1 Trustee’s Fees” means, for any Distribution Date during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period on which there exists a Series 2022-1 Lease Interest Payment Deficit, a portion of the fees payable to the Trustee in an amount equal to the product of (i) the Series 2022-1 Percentage as of the beginning of the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date and (ii) the fees owing to the Trustee under the Base Indenture; provided, however, that the Series 2022-1 Trustee’s Fees in the aggregate for all Distribution Dates shall not exceed 1.1% of the Series 2022-1 Required AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Amount as of the last day of the Series 2022-1 Revolving Period.

SOFR” means a rate per annum equal to the secured overnight financing rate as administered by the SOFR Administrator.

 

SOFR Administrator” means the NYFRB (or a successor administrator of the secured overnight financing rate).

 

SOFR Administrator’s Website” means the NYFRB’s Website, or any successor source for the secured overnight financing rate identified as such by the SOFR Administrator from time to time.

 

Springing Amendment Condition (Non-Perfected Lien)” means a condition that will be satisfied if ABRCF confirms to the Trustee in writing that is has implemented, in accordance with the terms of the Related Documents, the amendments set forth in Exhibits J, K, L, M, N, O and R that ABRCF has determined are required to remove the limitations in the Related Documents related to Vehicles titled in Ohio, Oklahoma and Nebraska (the liens on which are not perfected) and replace such references with limitations that would allow a limited amount of Vehicles titled anywhere in the United States to be subject to liens that are not perfected.

Springing Amendment Condition (Trucks)” means a condition that will be satisfied if ABRCF confirms to the Trustee in writing that is has implemented, in accordance with the terms of the Related Documents, the amendments set forth in Exhibits J, K, L, M, N, O and R that ABRCF has determined are required to allow for “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks to be considered an “Eligible Vehicle” under the Base Indenture.

Supplement” is defined in the preamble hereto.

Temporary Global Class A Note” is defined in Section 4.2.

Temporary Global Class B Note” is defined in Section 4.2.

Temporary Global Class C Note” is defined in Section 4.2.

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Temporary Global Class D Note” is defined in Section 4.2.

Temporary Global Class R Note” is defined in Section 4.2.

Temporary Global Series 2022-1 Notes” is defined in Section 4.2.

Termination Date Disbursement” means an amount drawn under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit pursuant to a Certificate of Termination Date Demand.

Termination Disbursement” means an amount drawn under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit pursuant to a Certificate of Termination Demand.

Transferee” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.23(b).

Transferor” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.23(b).

Trustee” is defined in the recitals hereto.

Unpaid Demand Note Disbursement” means an amount drawn under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit pursuant to a Certificate of Unpaid Demand Note Demand.

U.S. Government Securities Business Day” means any day except for (i) a Saturday, (ii) a Sunday or (iii) a day on which the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association recommends that the fixed income departments of its members be closed for the entire day for purposes of trading in United States government securities.

 

U.S. Risk Retention Rules” means the federal interagency credit risk retention rules, codified at 17 C.F.R. Part 246.

U.S. Treasury Rate” means, with respect to any Remaining Distribution Amount, a rate determined one Business Day prior to the Optional Repurchase Distribution Date that is equal to the U.S. Treasury rate on such date (determined by reference to Bloomberg Financial Markets Commodities News) with a maturity equal to the period from such Optional Repurchase Distribution Date to the Applicable Distribution Date with respect to such Remaining Distribution Amount (or, if such maturity is unavailable, such rate shall be determined by linear interpolation using the U.S. Treasury rates with the two closest maturities to such period).

(c)     Any amounts calculated by reference to the Series 2022-1 Invested Amount (or any component thereof) on any date shall, unless otherwise stated, be calculated after giving effect to any payment of principal made to the applicable Class A Noteholders, applicable Class B Noteholders, applicable Class C Noteholders, applicable Class D Noteholders and applicable Class R Noteholders on such date.

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ARTICLE II

SERIES 2022-1 ALLOCATIONS

With respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes, the following shall apply:

Section 2.1.      Establishment of Series 2022-1 Collection Account, Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account and Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account.

(a)      All Collections allocable to the Series 2022-1 Notes shall be allocated to the Collection Account.

(b)      The Trustee will create three administrative subaccounts within the Collection Account for the benefit of the Series 2022-1 Noteholders: the Series 2022-1 Collection Account (such sub-account, the “Series 2022-1 Collection Account”), the Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account (such sub-account, the “Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account”) and the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account (such sub-account, the “Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account”).

Section 2.2.      Allocations with Respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes. The net proceeds from the initial sale of the Class A Notes, Class B Notes, Class C Notes, Class D Notes and Class R Notes will be deposited into the Collection Account on the Series 2022-1 Closing Date and the net proceeds from any issuance of Class E Notes and Additional Class R Notes shall be deposited into the Collection Account on the Additional Notes Closing Date. On each Business Day on which Collections are deposited into the Collection Account (each such date, a “Series 2022-1 Deposit Date”), the Administrator will direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate all amounts deposited into the Collection Account in accordance with the provisions of this Section 2.2.

(a)      Allocations of Collections During the Series 2022-1 Revolving Period. During the Series 2022-1 Revolving Period, the Administrator will direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate, prior to 11:00 a.m. (New York City time) on each Series 2022-1 Deposit Date, all amounts deposited into the Collection Account as set forth below:

(i)      allocate to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Invested Percentage (as of such day) of the aggregate amount of Interest Collections on such day. All such amounts allocated to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account shall be further allocated to the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account; and

(ii)      allocate to the Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Invested Percentage (as of such day) of the aggregate amount of Principal Collections on such day (for any such day, the “Series 2022-1 Principal Allocation”).

(b)      Allocations of Collections During the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period. With respect to the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, the

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Administrator will direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate, prior to 11:00 a.m. (New York City time) on any Series 2022-1 Deposit Date, all amounts deposited into the Collection Account as set forth below:

(i)      allocate to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account an amount determined as set forth in Section 2.2(a)(i) above for such day, which amount shall be further allocated to the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account; and

(ii)     allocate to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Principal Allocation for such day, which amount shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Series 2022-1 Notes in accordance with Section 2.5, (A) first, in respect of the Class A Notes in an amount equal to the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount, (B) second, in respect of the Class B Notes in an amount equal to the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount, (C) third, in respect of the Class C Notes in an amount equal to the Class C Controlled Distribution Amount, (D) fourth, in respect of the Class D Notes in an amount equal to the Class D Controlled Distribution Amount and (E) fifth, in respect of the Class R Notes in an amount equal to the Class R Controlled Amortization Amount, in each case with respect to the Related Month; provided, however, that if the Monthly Total Principal Allocation exceeds the sum of the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount, the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount, the Class C Controlled Distribution Amount, the Class D Controlled Distribution Amount and the Class R Controlled Amortization Amount, in each case with respect to the Related Month, then the amount of such excess shall be allocated to the Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account.

(c)      Allocations of Collections During the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period. With respect to the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period, other than after the occurrence of an Event of Bankruptcy with respect to ABCR, any other Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee, the Administrator will direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate, prior to 11:00 a.m. (New York City time) on any Series 2022-1 Deposit Date, all amounts deposited into the Collection Account as set forth below:

(i)      allocate to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account an amount determined as set forth in Section 2.2(a)(i) above for such day, which amount shall be further allocated to the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account; and

(ii)     allocate to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Principal Allocation for such day, which amount shall be used in accordance with Section 2.5 to make principal payments in respect of the Class A Notes until the Class A Notes have been paid in full, and after the Class A Notes have been paid in full shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class B Notes until the Class B Notes have been paid in full, and after the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes have been paid in full shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class C Notes until the Class C Notes have been paid in full, and after the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes and the Class C Notes have been paid in full shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class D Notes until the Class D Notes have been paid in full, and after the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes and the

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Class D Notes have been paid in full (including interest thereon) shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class R Notes until the Class R Notes have been paid in full; provided, however, that if on any Determination Date (A) the Administrator determines that the amount anticipated to be available from Interest Collections allocable to the Series 2022-1 Notes and other amounts available pursuant to Section 2.3 to pay the sum of (x) the Series 2022-1 Senior Monthly Interest for the next succeeding Distribution Date and (y) any unpaid Series 2022-1 Shortfall on such Distribution Date (together with interest on such Series 2022-1 Shortfall) will be less than the sum of (I) the Series 2022-1 Senior Monthly Interest for such Distribution Date and (II) such Series 2022-1 Shortfall (together with interest thereon) and (B) the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount is greater than zero, then the Administrator shall direct the Trustee in writing to reallocate a portion of the Principal Collections allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes during the Related Month equal to the lesser of such insufficiency and the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount to the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account to be treated as Interest Collections on such Distribution Date; provided further, however, that if on any Determination Date the Administrator determines that, after giving effect the preceding proviso, the amount anticipated to be available from Interest Collections allocable to the Series 2022-1 Notes and other amounts available pursuant to Section 2.3 to pay the sum of (x) the Series 2022-1 Senior Monthly Interest for the next succeeding Distribution Date and (y) any unpaid Series 2022-1 Shortfall on such Distribution Date (together with interest on such Series 2022-1 Shortfall) will be less than the sum of (I) the Series 2022-1 Senior Monthly Interest for such Distribution Date and (II) such Series 2022-1 Shortfall (together with interest thereon), then the Administrator shall direct the Trustee in writing to reallocate a portion of the Principal Collections allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes during the Related Month equal to the lesser of (1) the amount of such Principal Collections that is anticipated to remain after the payment of the Series 2022-1 Senior Invested Amount in full, and (2) any such interest due and owing in respect of the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes or the Class D Notes to the 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account to be treated as Interest Collections on such Distribution Date.

(d)      Allocations of Collections after the Occurrence of an Event of Bankruptcy. After the occurrence of an Event of Bankruptcy with respect to ABCR, any other Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee, the Administrator will direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate, prior to 11:00 a.m. (New York City time) on any Series 2022-1 Deposit Date, all amounts attributable to the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement deposited into the Collection Account as set forth below:

(i)      allocate to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the date of the occurrence of such Event of Bankruptcy of the aggregate amount of Interest Collections made under the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement for such day. All such amounts allocated to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account shall be further allocated to the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account; and

(ii)     allocate to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the date of the occurrence of such Event of Bankruptcy of the aggregate amount of Principal Collections

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made under the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement, which amount shall be used in accordance with Section 2.5, to make principal payments in respect of the Class A Notes until the Class A Notes have been paid in full, and after the Class A Notes have been paid in full shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class B Notes until the Class B Notes have been paid in full, and after the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes have been paid in full shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class C Notes until the Class C Notes have been paid in full, and after the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes and the Class C Notes have been paid in full shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class D Notes until the Class D Notes have been paid in full, and after the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes and the Class D Notes have been paid in full (including interest thereon), shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class R Notes until the Class R Notes have been paid in full; provided, however, that if on any Determination Date (A) the Administrator determines that the amount anticipated to be available from Interest Collections allocable to the Series 2022-1 Notes and other amounts available pursuant to Section 2.3 to pay the sum of (x) the Series 2022-1 Senior Monthly Interest for the next succeeding Distribution Date and (y) any unpaid Series 2022-1 Shortfall on such Distribution Date (together with interest on such Series 2022-1 Shortfall) will be less than the sum of (I) the Series 2022-1 Senior Monthly Interest for such Distribution Date and (II) such Series 2022-1 Shortfall (together with interest thereon) and (B) the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount is greater than zero, then the Administrator shall direct the Trustee in writing to reallocate a portion of the Principal Collections allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes during the Related Month equal to the lesser of such insufficiency and the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount to the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account to be treated as Interest Collections on such Distribution Date; provided further, however, that if on any Determination Date the Administrator determines that, after giving effect the preceding proviso, the amount anticipated to be available from Interest Collections allocable to the Series 2022-1 Notes and other amounts available pursuant to Section 2.3 to pay the sum of (x) the Series 2022-1 Senior Monthly Interest for the next succeeding Distribution Date and (y) any unpaid Series 2022-1 Shortfall on such Distribution (together with interest in such Series 2022-1 Shortfall), will be less than the sum of (I) the Series 2022-1 Senior Monthly Interest for such Distribution Date and (II) such Series 2022-1 Shortfall (together with interest thereon), then the Administrator shall direct the Trustee in writing to reallocate any portion of the Principal Collections allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes during the Related Month equal to the lesser of (1) the amount of such Principal Collections that is anticipated to remain after the payment of the Series 2022-1 Senior Invested Amount in full, and (2) any such interest due and owing in respect of the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes or the Class D Notes to the 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account to be treated as Interest Collections on such Distribution Date.

(e)      Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account. Amounts allocated to the Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account on any Series 2022-1 Deposit Date will be (w) first, deposited in the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account in an amount up to the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Required Reserve Account Amount for such date over the Series 2022-1 Available Reserve Account Amount for such date, (x) second, used to pay the principal amount of other Series of Notes that are then in amortization, (y) third, released to AESOP Leasing in an amount equal to the product of (A) the Loan Agreement’s Share with respect to the AESOP I Operating

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Lease Loan Agreement as of such date and (B) 100% minus the Loan Payment Allocation Percentage with respect to the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement as of such date and (C) the amount of any remaining funds and (z) fourth, paid to ABRCF for any use permitted by the Related Documents including to make Loans under the Loan Agreements to the extent the Borrowers have requested Loans thereunder and Eligible Vehicles are available for financing thereunder; provided, however, that in the case of clauses (x), (y) and (z), that no Amortization Event, Series 2022-1 Enhancement Deficiency or AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Deficiency would result therefrom or exist immediately thereafter. Upon the occurrence of an Amortization Event and once a Trust Officer has actual knowledge of the Amortization Event, funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account will be withdrawn by the Trustee, deposited in the Series 2022-1 Collection Account and allocated as Principal Collections to reduce the Series 2022-1 Invested Amount on the immediately succeeding Distribution Date.

(f)      Allocations From Other Series. Amounts allocated to other Series of Notes that have been reallocated by ABRCF to the Series 2022-1 Notes (i) during the Series 2022-1 Revolving Period shall be allocated to the Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account and applied in accordance with Section 2.2(e) and (ii) during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period or the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period shall be allocated to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account and applied in accordance with Section 2.2(b) or 2.2(c), as applicable, to make principal payments in respect of the Series 2022-1 Notes.

(g)      Past Due Rent Payments. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if in the case of Section 2.2(a) or (b), after the occurrence of a Series 2022-1 Lease Payment Deficit, the Lessees shall make payments of Monthly Base Rent or other amounts payable by the Lessees under the Leases on or prior to the fifth Business Day after the occurrence of such Series 2022-1 Lease Payment Deficit (a “Past Due Rent Payment”), the Administrator shall direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate to the Series 2022-1 Collection Account an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Invested Percentage as of the date of the occurrence of such Series 2022-1 Lease Payment Deficit of the Collections attributable to such Past Due Rent Payment (the “Series 2022-1 Past Due Rent Payment”). The Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Collection Account and apply the Series 2022-1 Past Due Rent Payment in the following order:

(i)      if the occurrence of such Series 2022-1 Lease Payment Deficit resulted in one or more Lease Deficit Disbursements being made under the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, pay to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider who made such a Lease Deficit Disbursement for application in accordance with the provisions of the applicable Series 2022-1 Reimbursement Agreement an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the unreimbursed amount of such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider’s Lease Deficit Disbursement and (y) such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider’s Pro Rata Share of the Series 2022-1 Past Due Rent Payment;

(ii)     if the occurrence of such Series 2022-1 Lease Payment Deficit resulted in a withdrawal being made from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account, deposit in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the amount of the Series 2022-1 Past Due Rent Payment remaining after any payment

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pursuant to clause (i) above and (y) the amount withdrawn from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account on account of such Series 2022-1 Lease Payment Deficit;

(iii)    if the occurrence of such Series 2022-1 Lease Payment Deficit resulted in a withdrawal being made from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account pursuant to Section 2.3(d), deposit in the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the amount of the Series 2022-1 Past Due Rent Payment remaining after any payments pursuant to clauses (i) and (ii) above and (y) the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Required Reserve Account Amount over the Series 2022-1 Available Reserve Account Amount on such day;

(iv)    allocate to the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account the amount, if any, by which the Series 2022-1 Lease Interest Payment Deficit, if any, relating to such Series 2022-1 Lease Payment Deficit exceeds the amount of the Series 2022-1 Past Due Rent Payment applied pursuant to clauses (i), (ii) and (iii) above; and

(v)    treat the remaining amount of the Series 2022-1 Past Due Rent Payment as Principal Collections allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes in accordance with Section 2.2(a)(ii) or 2.2(b)(ii), as the case may be.

Section 2.3.      Payments to Noteholders. On each Determination Date, as provided below, the Administrator shall instruct the Paying Agent in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to withdraw, and on the following Distribution Date the Paying Agent, acting in accordance with such instructions, shall withdraw the amounts required to be withdrawn from the Collection Account pursuant to Section 2.3(a) below in respect of all funds available from Interest Collections processed since the preceding Distribution Date and allocated to the holders of the Series 2022-1 Notes.

(a)      Note Interest with Respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes. On each Determination Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee and the Paying Agent in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement as to the amount to be withdrawn and paid pursuant to Section 2.4 from the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account to the extent funds are anticipated to be available from Interest Collections allocable to the Series 2022-1 Notes processed from but not including the preceding Distribution Date through the succeeding Distribution Date in respect of (i) an amount equal to the Class A Monthly Interest for the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ending on the day preceding the related Distribution Date, (ii) an amount equal to the amount of any unpaid Class A Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together with any accrued interest on such Class A Shortfall), (iii) an amount equal to the Class B Monthly Interest for the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ending on the day preceding the related Distribution Date, (iv) an amount equal to the amount of any unpaid Class B Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together with any accrued interest on such Class B Shortfall), (v) an amount equal to the Class C Monthly Interest for the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ending on the day preceding the related Distribution Date, (vi) an amount equal to the amount of any unpaid Class C Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together with any accrued interest on such Class C Shortfall), (vii) an amount equal to the Class D Monthly Interest for the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ending on the day preceding the related Distribution Date, (viii) an amount equal to the amount of any unpaid Class D Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together

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with any accrued interest on such Class D Shortfall), (ix) an amount equal to the Class R Monthly Interest for the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ending on the day preceding the related Distribution Date and (x) an amount equal to the amount of any unpaid Class R Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together with any accrued interest on such Class R Shortfall). On the following Distribution Date, the Trustee shall withdraw the amounts described in the first sentence of this Section 2.3(a) from the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account and deposit such amounts in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account. For the avoidance of doubt, no interest shall accrue or be due and payable with respect to the Class D Notes for so long as ABRCF owns 100% of the Class D Notes.

(b)      Lease Payment Deficit Notice. On or before 3:00 p.m. (New York City time) on the Business Day immediately preceding each Distribution Date, the Administrator shall notify the Trustee of the amount of any Series 2022-1 Lease Payment Deficit, such notification to be in the form of Exhibit H (each a “Lease Payment Deficit Notice”).

(c)      Draws on Multi-Series Letters of Credit For Series 2022-1 Lease Interest Payment Deficits. If the Administrator determines on the Business Day immediately preceding any Distribution Date that on such Distribution Date there will exist a Series 2022-1 Lease Interest Payment Deficit, the Administrator shall, on or prior to 3:00 p.m. (New York City time) on such Business Day, instruct the Trustee in writing to draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, if any, and, the Trustee shall, by 5:00 p.m. (New York City time) on such Business Day draw an amount as set forth in such notice equal to the least of (i) such Series 2022-1 Lease Interest Payment Deficit, (ii) the excess, if any, of the sum of (A) the amounts described in clauses (i) through (vi) of Section 2.3(a) above for such Distribution Date and (B) during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period, the Series 2022-1 Trustee’s Fees for such Distribution Date, over the amounts available from the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account and (iii) the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit by presenting to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider a draft accompanied by a Certificate of Lease Deficit Demand and shall cause the Lease Deficit Disbursements to be deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account on such date; provided, however, that if the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded, the Trustee shall withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account and deposit in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Percentage on such date of the least of the amounts described in clauses (i), (ii) and (iii) above and (y) the Series 2022-1 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount on such date and draw an amount equal to the remainder of such amount on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit.

(d)      Withdrawals from Series 2022-1 Reserve Account. If the Administrator determines on any Distribution Date that the amounts available from the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account plus the amount, if any, to be drawn under the Multi-Series Letters of Credit and/or withdrawn from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account pursuant to Section 2.3(c) are insufficient to pay the sum of (A) the amounts described in clauses (i) through (vi) of Section 2.3(a) above on such Distribution Date and (B) during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period, the Series 2022-1 Trustee’s Fees for such Distribution Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account and deposit in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account on such Distribution Date an amount equal to the lesser of the Series 2022-1 Available Reserve Account Amount and such

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insufficiency. The Trustee shall withdraw such amount from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account and deposit such amount in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account.

(e)      [RESERVED].

(f)      Balance. On or prior to the second Business Day preceding each Distribution Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee and the Paying Agent in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to pay the balance (after making the payments required in Section 2.4), if any, of the amounts available from the Series 2022-1 Accrued Interest Account and the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account, plus the amount, if any, drawn under the Multi-Series Letters of Credit and/or withdrawn from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account pursuant to Section 2.3(c) plus the amount, if any, withdrawn from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account pursuant to Section 2.3(d) as follows:

(i)      on each Distribution Date during the Series 2022-1 Revolving Period or the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period, (1) first, to the Administrator, an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Percentage as of the beginning of the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date of the portion of the Monthly Administration Fee payable by ABRCF (as specified in clause (iii) of the definition thereof) for such Series 2022-1 Interest Period, (2) second, to the Trustee, an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Percentage as of the beginning of such Series 2022-1 Interest Period of the fees owing to the Trustee under the Base Indenture for such Series 2022-1 Interest Period, (3) third to pay any Carrying Charges (other than Carrying Charges provided for above) to the Persons to whom such amounts are owed, an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Percentage as of the beginning of such Series 2022-1 Interest Period of such Carrying Charges (other than Carrying Charges provided for above) for such Series 2022-1 Interest Period and (4) fourth, the balance, if any, shall be withdrawn by the Paying Agent from the Series 2022-1 Collection Account and deposited in the Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account; and

(ii)     on each Distribution Date during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period, (1) first, to the Trustee, an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Percentage as of the beginning of such Series 2022-1 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date of the fees owing to the Trustee under the Base Indenture for such Series 2022-1 Interest Period, (2) second, to the Administrator, an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Percentage as of the beginning of such Series 2022-1 Interest Period of the portion of the Monthly Administration Fee (as specified in clause (iii) of the definition thereof) payable by ABRCF for such Series 2022-1 Interest Period, (3) third, to pay any Carrying Charges (other than Carrying Charges provided for above) to the Persons to whom such amounts are owed, an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Percentage as of the beginning of such Series 2022-1 Interest Period of such Carrying Charges (other than Carrying Charges provided for above) for such Series 2022-1 Interest Period and (4) fourth, so long as the Series 2022-1 Invested Amount is greater than the Monthly Total Principal Allocations for the Related Month, an amount equal to the excess of the Series 2022-1 Invested Amount over the Monthly Total Principal Allocations for the Related Month shall be treated as Principal Collections.

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(g)      Shortfalls.

(i)      If the amounts described in Section 2.3 are insufficient to pay the Class A Monthly Interest on any Distribution Date, payments of interest to the Class A Noteholders will be reduced on a pro rata basis by the amount of such deficiency. The aggregate amount, if any, of such deficiency on any Distribution Date, together with the aggregate unpaid amount of any such deficiencies with respect to all prior Distribution Dates, shall be referred to as the “Class A Shortfall”. Interest shall accrue on the Class A Shortfall at the Class A Note Rate.

(ii)     If the amounts described in Section 2.3 are insufficient to pay the amounts described in clauses (i) and (ii) of Section 2.3(a) and the Class B Monthly Interest on any Distribution Date, payments of interest to the Class B Noteholders will be reduced on a pro rata basis by the amount of such deficiency. The aggregate amount, if any, of such deficiency on any Distribution Date (which deficiency on any Distribution Date shall not exceed the Class B Monthly Interest for the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date), together with the aggregate unpaid amount of any such deficiencies with respect to all prior Distribution Dates, shall be referred to as the “Class B Shortfall”. Interest shall accrue on the Class B Shortfall at the Class B Note Rate.

(iii)    If the amounts described in Section 2.3 are insufficient to pay the amounts described in clauses (i) through (iv) of Section 2.3(a) and the Class C Monthly Interest on any Distribution Date, payments of interest to the Class C Noteholders will be reduced on a pro rata basis by the amount of such deficiency. The aggregate amount, if any, of such deficiency on any Distribution Date (which deficiency on any Distribution Date shall not exceed the Class C Monthly Interest for the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date), together with the aggregate unpaid amount of any such deficiencies with respect to all prior Distribution Dates, shall be referred to as the “Class C Shortfall”. Interest shall accrue on the Class C Shortfall at the Class C Note Rate.

(iv)   If the amounts described in Section 2.3 are insufficient to pay the amounts described in clauses (i) through (vi) of Section 2.3(a) and the Class D Monthly Interest on any Distribution Date, payments of interest to the Class D Noteholders will be reduced on a pro rata basis by the amount of such deficiency. The aggregate amount, if any, of such deficiency on any Distribution Date (which deficiency on any Distribution Date shall not exceed the Class D Monthly Interest for the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date), together with the aggregate unpaid amount of any such deficiencies with respect to all prior Distribution Dates, shall be referred to as the “Class D Shortfall”. Interest shall accrue on the Class D Shortfall at the Class D Note Rate.

(v)     If the amounts described in Section 2.3 are insufficient to pay the amounts described in clauses (i) through (viii) of Section 2.3(a) and the Class R Monthly Interest on any Distribution Date, payments of interest to the Class R Noteholders will be reduced on a pro rata basis by the amount of such deficiency. The aggregate amount, if

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any, of such deficiency on any Distribution Date (which deficiency on any Distribution Date shall not exceed the Class R Monthly Interest for the Series 2022-1 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date), together with the aggregate unpaid amount of any such deficiencies with respect to all prior Distribution Dates, shall be referred to as the “Class R Shortfall”. Interest shall accrue on the Class R Shortfall at the Class R Note Rate.

Section 2.4.      Payment of Note Interest. (a) On each Distribution Date, subject to Section 9.8 of the Base Indenture, the Paying Agent shall, in accordance with Section 6.1 of the Base Indenture, pay the following amounts in the following order of priority from amounts deposited into the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account pursuant to Section 2.3:

(i)      first, to the Class A Noteholders, the amounts due to the Class A Noteholders described in Sections 2.3(a)(i) and (ii);

(ii)     second, to the Class B Noteholders, the amounts due to the Class B Noteholders described in Sections 2.3(a)(iii) and (iv);

(iii)    third, to the Class C Noteholders, the amounts due to the Class C Noteholders described in Sections 2.3(a)(v) and (vi); and

(iv)   fourth, to the Class D Noteholders, the amounts due to the Class D Noteholders described in Sections 2.3(a)(vii) and (viii); and

(v)    fifth, to the Class R Noteholders, the amounts due to the Class R Noteholders described in Sections 2.3(a)(ix) and (x).

Section 2.5.      Payment of Note Principal.

(a)     Monthly Payments During Controlled Amortization Period or Rapid Amortization Period. On each Determination Date, commencing on the second Determination Date during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period or the first Determination Date after the commencement of the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee and the Paying Agent in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement and in accordance with this Section 2.5 as to (1) the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes during the Related Month pursuant to Section 2.2(b)(ii), (c)(ii) or (d)(ii), as the case may be, (2) any amounts to be drawn on the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes and/or on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit (or withdrawn from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account) pursuant to this Section 2.5 and (3) any amounts to be withdrawn from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account pursuant to this Section 2.5 and deposited into the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account. On the Distribution Date following each such Determination Date, the Trustee shall withdraw the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes during the Related Month pursuant to Section 2.2(b)(ii), (c)(ii) or (d)(ii), as the case may be, from the Series 2022-1 Collection Account and deposit such amount in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account, to be paid to the holders of the Series 2022-1 Notes.

(b)      Principal Draws on Multi-Series Letters of Credit. If the Administrator determines on the Business Day immediately preceding any Distribution Date during the Series

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2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period that on such Distribution Date there will exist a Series 2022-1 Lease Principal Payment Deficit, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, if any, as provided below. Upon receipt of a notice by the Trustee from the Administrator in respect of a Series 2022-1 Lease Principal Payment Deficit on or prior to 3:00 p.m. (New York City time) on the Business Day immediately preceding a Distribution Date, the Trustee shall, by 5:00 p.m. (New York City time) on such Business Day draw an amount as set forth in such notice equal to the least of (i) such Series 2022-1 Lease Principal Payment Deficit, (ii) the Principal Deficit Amount for such Distribution Date and (iii) the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit by presenting to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider a draft accompanied by a Certificate of Lease Deficit Demand and shall cause the Lease Deficit Disbursements to be deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account on such date; provided, however, that if the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded, the Trustee shall withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account and deposit in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Percentage for such date of the lesser of the Series 2022-1 Lease Principal Payment Deficit and the Principal Deficit Amount for such Distribution Date and (y) the Series 2022-1 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount on such date and draw an amount equal to the remainder of such amount on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit. Notwithstanding any of the preceding to the contrary, during the period after the date of the filing by any of the Lessees of a petition for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code until the date on which each of the Lessees shall have resumed making all payments of the portion of Monthly Base Rent relating to Loan Interest required to be made under the AESOP I Operating Lease, the Administrator shall only instruct the Trustee to draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit (or withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account, if applicable) pursuant to this Section 2.5(b), and the Trustee shall only draw (or withdraw), an amount equal to the lesser of (i) the amount determined as provided in the preceding sentence and (ii) the excess, if any, of (x) the Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount on such date over (y) the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount on such date.

(c)      Final Distribution Date. Each of the entire Class A Invested Amount, the entire Class B Invested Amount, the entire Class C Invested Amount, the entire Class D Invested Amount and the entire Class R Invested Amount shall be due and payable on the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date. In connection therewith:

(i)      Demand Note Draw. If the amount to be deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account in accordance with Section 2.5(a) together with any amounts to be deposited therein in accordance with Section 2.5(b) on the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date is less than the Series 2022-1 Senior Invested Amount and there are any Multi-Series Letters of Credit on such date, then, prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on the second Business Day prior to the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to make a demand (a “Demand Notice”) substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit I on the Demand Note Issuers for payment under the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes in an amount equal to the lesser of (i) such insufficiency and (ii) the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount. The Trustee shall, prior to 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the second Business Day preceding such Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date deliver such

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Demand Notice to the Demand Note Issuers; provided, however, that if an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of sixty (60) consecutive days) with respect to a Demand Note Issuer shall have occurred and be continuing, the Trustee shall not be required to deliver such Demand Notice to such Demand Note Issuer. The Trustee shall cause the proceeds of any demand on the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes to be deposited into the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account.

(ii)      Letter of Credit Draw. In the event that either (x) on or prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on the Business Day immediately preceding the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date a Demand Notice has been transmitted by the Trustee to the Demand Note Issuers pursuant to clause (i) of this Section 2.5(c) and any Demand Note Issuer shall have failed to pay to the Trustee or deposit into the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account the amount specified in such Demand Notice in whole or in part or (y) due to the occurrence of an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of sixty (60) consecutive days) with respect to one or more of the Demand Note Issuers, the Trustee shall not have delivered such Demand Notice to any Demand Note Issuer on the second Business Day preceding the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date, then, in the case of (x) or (y) the Trustee shall draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on such Business Day an amount equal to the lesser of (a) the amount that the Demand Note Issuers so failed to pay under the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes (or, the amount that the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) and (b) the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount on such Business Day by presenting to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider a draft accompanied by a Certificate of Unpaid Demand Note Demand; provided, however, that if the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded, the Trustee shall withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account and deposit in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Percentage on such Business Day of the amount that the Demand Note Issuers so failed to pay under the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes (or, the amount that the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) and (y) the Series 2022-1 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount on such Business Day and draw an amount equal to the remainder of the amount that the Demand Note Issuers failed to pay under the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes (or, the amount that the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit. The Trustee shall deposit, or cause the deposit of, the applicable portion of the proceeds of any draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit related to the Series 2022-1 Notes and the proceeds of any withdrawal from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account to be deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account.

(iii)     Reserve Account Withdrawal. If, after giving effect to the deposit into the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account of the amount to be deposited in accordance with Section 2.5(a) and the amounts described in clauses (i) and (ii) of this Section 2.5(c), the amount to be deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account with respect to the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date is or will be less than the Series 2022-1 Senior Invested Amount, then, prior to 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the second

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Business Day prior to such Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account, an amount equal to the lesser of the Series 2022-1 Available Reserve Account Amount and such remaining insufficiency and deposit it in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account on such Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date.

(d)      Principal Deficit Amount. On each Distribution Date, other than the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date, on which the Principal Deficit Amount is greater than zero, amounts shall be transferred to the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account as follows:

(i)      Demand Note Draw. If on any Determination Date, the Administrator determines that the Principal Deficit Amount with respect to the next succeeding Distribution Date will be greater than zero and there are any Multi-Series Letters of Credit on such date, prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on the second Business Day prior to such Distribution Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to deliver a Demand Notice to the Demand Note Issuers demanding payment of an amount equal to the lesser of (A) the Principal Deficit Amount and (B) the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount. The Trustee shall, prior to 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the second Business Day preceding such Distribution Date, deliver such Demand Notice to the Demand Note Issuers; provided, however, that if an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of sixty (60) consecutive days) with respect to a Demand Note Issuer shall have occurred and be continuing, the Trustee shall not be required to deliver such Demand Notice to such Demand Note Issuer. The Trustee shall cause the proceeds of any demand on the Series 2022-1 Demand Note to be deposited into the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account.

(ii)     Letter of Credit Draw. In the event that either (x) on or prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on the Business Day prior to such Distribution Date, any Demand Note Issuer shall have failed to pay to the Trustee or deposit into the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account the amount specified in such Demand Notice in whole or in part or (y) due to the occurrence of an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of sixty (60) consecutive days) with respect to any Demand Note Issuer, the Trustee shall not have delivered such Demand Notice to any Demand Note Issuer on the second Business Day preceding such Distribution Date, then, in the case of (x) or (y) the Trustee shall on such Business Day draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit an amount equal to the lesser of (i) Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount and (ii) the aggregate amount that the Demand Note Issuers failed to pay under the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes (or, the amount that the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) by presenting to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider a draft accompanied by a Certificate of Unpaid Demand Note Demand; provided, however, that if the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded, the Trustee shall withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account and deposit in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Percentage on such Business Day of the aggregate amount that the Demand Note Issuers so failed to pay under the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes (or, the amount that

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the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) and (y) the Series 2022-1 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount on such Business Day and draw an amount equal to the remainder of the aggregate amount that the Demand Note Issuers failed to pay under the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes (or, the amount that the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit. The Trustee shall deposit into, or cause the deposit of, the portion of the proceeds of any draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit related to the Series 2022-1 Notes and the proceeds of any withdrawal from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account to be deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account.

(iii)     Reserve Account Withdrawal. If the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount will be less than the Principal Deficit Amount on any Distribution Date, then, prior to 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the second Business Day prior to such Distribution Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account, an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the Series 2022-1 Available Reserve Account Amount and (y) the amount by which the Principal Deficit Amount exceeds the amounts to be deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account in accordance with clauses (i) and (ii) of this Section 2.5(d) and deposit it in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account on such Distribution Date.

(e)      Distributions.

(i)      Class A Notes. On each Distribution Date occurring on or after the date a withdrawal is made from the Series 2022-1 Collection Account pursuant to Section 2.5(a) or amounts are deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account pursuant to Section 2.5(b), (c) or (d) the Paying Agent shall, in accordance with Section 6.1 of the Base Indenture, pay pro rata to each Class A Noteholder from the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account the amount deposited therein pursuant to Section 2.5(a), (b), (c) or (d), to the extent necessary to pay the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period or to the extent necessary to pay the Class A Invested Amount during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period.

(ii)     Class B Notes. On each Distribution Date occurring on or after the date a withdrawal is made from the Series 2022-1 Collection Account pursuant to Section 2.5(a) or amounts are deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account pursuant to Section 2.5(b), (c) or (d) the Paying Agent shall, in accordance with Section 6.1 of the Base Indenture, pay pro rata to each Class B Noteholder from the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account the amount deposited therein pursuant to Section 2.5(a), (b), (c) or (d) less the aggregate amount applied to make the payments required pursuant to Section 2.5(e)(i), to the extent necessary to pay the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period or to the extent necessary to pay the Class B Invested Amount during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period.

(iii)    Class C Notes. On each Distribution Date occurring on or after the date a withdrawal is made from the Series 2022-1 Collection Account pursuant to Section 2.5(a) or amounts are deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account pursuant to Section 2.5(b), (c) or (d) the Paying Agent shall, in accordance with Section 6.1 of the

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Base Indenture, pay pro rata to each Class C Noteholder from the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account the amount deposited therein pursuant to Section 2.5(a), (b), (c) or (d) less the aggregate amount applied to make the payments required pursuant to Section 2.5(e)(i) and Section 2.5(e)(ii), to the extent necessary to pay the Class C Controlled Distribution Amount during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period or to the extent necessary to pay the Class C Invested Amount during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period.

(iv)     Class D Notes. On each Distribution Date occurring on or after the date a withdrawal is made from the Series 2022-1 Collection Account pursuant to Section 2.5(a) or amounts are deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account pursuant to Section 2.5(b), (c) or (d) the Paying Agent shall, in accordance with Section 6.1 of the Base Indenture, pay pro rata to each Class D Noteholder from the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account the amount deposited therein pursuant to Section 2.5(a), (b), (c) or (d) less the aggregate amount applied to make the payments required pursuant to Section 2.5(e)(i), Section 2.5(e)(ii) and Section 2.5(e)(iii), to the extent necessary to pay the Class D Controlled Distribution Amount during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period or to the extent necessary to pay the Class D Invested Amount during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period.

(v)      Class R Notes. On each Distribution Date occurring on or after the date a withdrawal is made from the Series 2022-1 Collection Account pursuant to Section 2.5(a) the Paying Agent shall, in accordance with Section 6.1 of the Base Indenture, pay pro rata to each Class R Noteholder from the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account the amount deposited therein pursuant to Section 2.5(a) less the aggregate amount applied to make the payments required pursuant to Section 2.5(e)(i), Section 2.5(e)(ii), Section 2.5(e)(iii) and Section 2.5(e)(iv), to the extent necessary to pay the Class R Controlled Amortization Amount during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period or to the extent necessary to pay the Class R Invested Amount during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period.

Section 2.6.      Administrator’s Failure to Instruct the Trustee to Make a Deposit, Draw or Payment.

(a)      If the Administrator fails to give notice or instructions to make (i) any payment from or deposit into the Collection Account, (ii) any draw on the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes or the Multi-Series Letters of Credit or (iii) any withdrawals from any Account, in each case required to be given by the Administrator, at the time specified in the Administration Agreement or any other Related Document (including applicable grace periods), the Trustee shall make such payment or deposit into or from the Collection Account, such draw on the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes or the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, or such withdrawal from such Account, in each case without such notice or instruction from the Administrator; provided, however, that the Administrator, upon request of the Trustee, promptly provides the Trustee with all information necessary to allow the Trustee to make such a payment, deposit, draw or withdrawal. When any payment, deposit, draw or withdrawal hereunder or under any other Related Document is required to be made by the Trustee or the Paying Agent at or prior to a

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specified time, the Administrator shall deliver any applicable written instructions with respect thereto reasonably in advance of such specified time.

Section 2.7.      Series 2022-1 Reserve Account.

(a)     Establishment of Series 2022-1 Reserve Account. ABRCF shall establish and maintain in the name of the Series 2022-1 Agent for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders, or cause to be established and maintained, an account (the “Series 2022-1 Reserve Account”), bearing a designation clearly indicating that the funds deposited therein are held for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders. The Series 2022-1 Reserve Account shall be maintained (i) with a Qualified Institution, or (ii) as a segregated trust account with the corporate trust department of a depository institution or trust company having corporate trust powers and acting as trustee for funds deposited in the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account; provided, however, that, if at any time such Qualified Institution is no longer a Qualified Institution or the credit rating of any securities issued by such depositary institution or trust company shall be reduced to below “Baa3” by Moody’s or “BBB-” by Fitch, then ABRCF shall, within thirty (30) days of such reduction, establish a new Series 2022-1 Reserve Account with a new Qualified Institution. If the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account is not maintained in accordance with the previous sentence, ABRCF shall establish a new Series 2022-1 Reserve Account, within ten (10) Business Days after obtaining knowledge of such fact, which complies with such sentence, and shall instruct the Series 2022-1 Agent in writing to transfer all cash and investments from the non-qualifying Series 2022-1 Reserve Account into the new Series 2022-1 Reserve Account. Initially, the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account will be established with The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A.

(b)      Administration of the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account. The Administrator may instruct the institution maintaining the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account to invest funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account from time to time in Permitted Investments; provided, however, that any such investment shall mature not later than the Business Day prior to the Distribution Date following the date on which such funds were received, unless any Permitted Investment held in the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account is held with the Paying Agent, then such investment may mature on such Distribution Date and such funds shall be available for withdrawal on or prior to such Distribution Date; provided further, that in the case of Permitted Investments held in the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account and so long as any Series 2022-1 Note is rated by Fitch (x) any Permitted Investment set forth in clauses (ii), (iii), (vi) and (vii) of the definition thereof will have a rating of “AA-” or “F1+” by Fitch and (y) any Permitted Investment set forth in clause (v) of the definition thereof will either have a rating of “AAAmmf” by Fitch or, if such fund is not rated by Fitch, the then highest rating from two nationally recognized investment rating agencies (other than Fitch). All such Permitted Investments will be credited to the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account and any such Permitted Investments that constitute (i) physical property (and that is not either a United States security entitlement or a security entitlement) shall be physically delivered to the Trustee; (ii) United States security entitlements or security entitlements shall be controlled (as defined in Section 8-106 of the New York UCC) by the Trustee pending maturity or disposition, and (iii) uncertificated securities (and not United States security entitlements) shall be delivered to the Trustee by causing the Trustee to become the registered holder of such securities. The Trustee shall, at the

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expense of ABRCF, take such action as is required to maintain the Trustee’s security interest in the Permitted Investments credited to the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account. ABRCF shall not direct the Trustee to dispose of (or permit the disposal of) any Permitted Investment prior to the maturity thereof to the extent such disposal would result in a loss of the purchase price of such Permitted Investment. In the absence of written investment instructions hereunder, funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account shall remain uninvested.

(c)      Earnings from Series 2022-1 Reserve Account. All interest and earnings (net of losses and investment expenses) paid on funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account shall be deemed to be on deposit therein and available for distribution.

(d)      Series 2022-1 Reserve Account Constitutes Additional Collateral for Series 2022-1 Senior Notes. In order to secure and provide for the repayment and payment of the ABRCF Obligations with respect to the Series 2022-1 Senior Notes, ABRCF hereby grants a security interest in and assigns, pledges, grants, transfers and sets over to the Trustee, for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders, all of ABRCF’s right, title and interest in and to the following (whether now or hereafter existing or acquired): (i) the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account, including any security entitlement thereto; (ii) all funds on deposit therein from time to time; (iii) all certificates and instruments, if any, representing or evidencing any or all of the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account or the funds on deposit therein from time to time; (iv) all investments made at any time and from time to time with monies in the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account, whether constituting securities, instruments, general intangibles, investment property, financial assets or other property; (v) all interest, dividends, cash, instruments and other property from time to time received, receivable or otherwise distributed in respect of or in exchange for the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account, the funds on deposit therein from time to time or the investments made with such funds; and (vi) all proceeds of any and all of the foregoing, including, without limitation, cash (the items in the foregoing clauses (i) through (vi) are referred to, collectively, as the “Series 2022-1 Reserve Account Collateral”). The Trustee shall possess all right, title and interest in and to all funds on deposit from time to time in the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account and in all proceeds thereof, and shall be the only person authorized to originate entitlement orders in respect of the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account. The Series 2022-1 Reserve Account Collateral shall be under the sole dominion and control of the Trustee for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders. The Series 2022-1 Agent hereby agrees (i) to act as the securities intermediary (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(14) of the New York UCC) with respect to the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account; (ii) that its jurisdiction as securities intermediary is New York; (iii) that each item of property (whether investment property, financial asset, security, instrument or cash) credited to the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account shall be treated as a financial asset (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(9) of the New York UCC) and (iv) to comply with any entitlement order (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(8) of the New York UCC) issued by the Trustee.

(e)      Series 2022-1 Reserve Account Surplus. In the event that the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account Surplus on any Distribution Date, after giving effect to all withdrawals from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account, is greater than zero, if no Series 2022-1 Enhancement Deficiency or AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Deficiency would result therefrom or exist thereafter, the Trustee, acting in accordance with the written instructions of the Administrator

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pursuant to the Administration Agreement, shall withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account Surplus and shall pay such amount to ABRCF.

(f)      Termination of Series 2022-1 Reserve Account. Upon the termination of the Indenture pursuant to Section 11.1 of the Base Indenture, the Trustee, acting in accordance with the written instructions of the Administrator, after the prior payment of all amounts owing to the Series 2022-1 Noteholders and payable from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account as provided herein, shall withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account all amounts on deposit therein for payment to ABRCF.

Section 2.8.      Multi-Series Letters of Credit and Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account.

(a)     Multi-Series Letters of Credit and Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account Constitute Additional Collateral for Series 2022-1 Senior Notes. In order to secure and provide for the repayment and payment of the ABRCF Obligations with respect to the Series 2022-1 Senior Notes, ABRCF hereby grants a security interest in and assigns, pledges, grants, transfers and sets over to the Trustee, for the benefit of the holders of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders, all of ABRCF’s right, title and interest in and to the following (whether now or hereafter existing or acquired): (i) each applicable Multi-Series Letter of Credit (except for any right, title and interest in such Multi-Series Letter of Credit related to supporting another Series of Notes); (ii) the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account, including any security entitlement thereto; (iii) all funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account from time to time; (iv) all certificates and instruments, if any, representing or evidencing any or all of the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account or the funds on deposit therein from time to time; (v) all investments made at any time and from time to time with monies in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account, whether constituting securities, instruments, general intangibles, investment property, financial assets or other property; (vi) all interest, dividends, cash, instruments and other property from time to time received, receivable or otherwise distributed in respect of or in exchange for the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account, the funds on deposit therein from time to time or the investments made with such funds; and (vii) all proceeds of any and all of the foregoing, including, without limitation, cash (the items in the foregoing clauses (ii) through (vii) are referred to, collectively, as the “Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account Collateral”). The Trustee shall, for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders, possess all right, title and interest in all funds on deposit from time to time in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account and in all proceeds thereof, and shall be the only person authorized to originate entitlement orders in respect of the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account. The Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account shall be under the sole dominion and control of the Trustee for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders. The Series 2022-1 Agent hereby agrees (i) to act as the securities intermediary (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(14) of the New York UCC) with respect to the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account; (ii) that its jurisdiction as a securities intermediary is New York, (iii) that each item of property (whether investment property, financial asset, security, instrument or cash) credited to the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account shall be treated as a financial asset (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(9) of the New York UCC) and (iv) to comply with

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any entitlement order (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(8) of the New York UCC) issued by the Trustee.

(b)      Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date. If prior to the date which is ten (10) days prior to the then-scheduled Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes and available to be drawn under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit but taking into account the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes under each substitute Multi-Series Letter of Credit which has been obtained from a Series 2022-1 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider and is in full force and effect on such date, the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount would be equal to or more than the Series 2022-1 Required Enhancement Amount and the Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount would be equal to or greater than the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount, then the Administrator shall notify the Trustee in writing no later than two (2) Business Days prior to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date of such determination. If prior to the date which is ten (10) days prior to the then-scheduled Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes and available to be drawn under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit but taking into account the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes under each substitute Multi-Series Letter of Credit which has been obtained from a Series 2022-1 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider and is in full force and effect on such date, the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount would be less than the Series 2022-1 Required Enhancement Amount or the Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount would be less than the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount, then the Administrator shall notify the Trustee in writing no later than two (2) Business Days prior to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date of (x) the greater of (A) the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Required Enhancement Amount over the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes and available amount under such expiring Multi-Series Letter of Credit but taking into account the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes under any substitute Multi-Series Letter of Credit which has been obtained from a Series 2022-1 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider and is in full force and effect, on such date, and (B) the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount over the Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes and available amount under such expiring Multi-Series Letter of Credit but taking into account the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes under any substitute Multi-Series Letter of Credit which has been obtained from a Series 2022-1 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider and is in full force and effect, on such date, and (y) the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes and available to be drawn on such expiring Multi-Series Letter of Credit on such date. Upon receipt of such notice by the Trustee on or prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on any Business Day, the Trustee shall, by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on such Business Day (or, in the case of any notice given to the Trustee after 10:00 a.m. (New York City time), by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the next following Business Day), draw the lesser of the amounts set forth in clauses (x) and (y) above on such expiring Multi-Series Letter of Credit by presenting a draft accompanied by a Certificate of Termination Demand and shall cause the Termination Disbursement to be deposited in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account.

If the Trustee does not receive the notice from the Administrator described in the first paragraph of this Section 2.8(b) on or prior to the date that is two (2) Business Days prior to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date, the Trustee shall, by 12:00 noon (New York

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City time) on such Business Day draw the full amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit by presenting a draft accompanied by a Certificate of Termination Demand and shall cause the Termination Disbursement to be deposited in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account.

(c)      Multi-Series Letter of Credit Providers. The Administrator shall notify the Trustee in writing within one (1) Business Day of becoming aware that (i) the long-term senior unsecured debt credit rating of any Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider has fallen below “A1” as determined by Moody’s or “A+” as determined by Fitch or (ii) the short-term senior unsecured debt credit rating of any Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider has fallen below “P-1” as determined by Moody’s or “F1” as determined by Fitch. At such time the Administrator shall also notify the Trustee of (i) the greater of (A) the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Required Enhancement Amount over the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes and available under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit issued by such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider, on such date, and (B) the excess, if any, of the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount over the Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes and available under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit, on such date, and (ii) the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes and available to be drawn on such Multi-Series Letter of Credit on such date. Upon receipt of such notice by the Trustee on or prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on any Business Day, the Trustee shall, by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on such Business Day (or, in the case of any notice given to the Trustee after 10:00 a.m. (New York City time), by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the next following Business Day), draw on such Multi-Series Letter of Credit in an amount equal to the lesser of the amounts in clause (i) and clause (ii) of the immediately preceding sentence on such Business Day by presenting a draft accompanied by a Certificate of Termination Demand and shall cause the Termination Disbursement to be deposited in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account.

(d)      Termination Date Demands on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit. Prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on the Business Day immediately succeeding the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date, the Administrator shall determine the Series 2022-1 Demand Note Payment Amount, if any, as of the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date and, if the Series 2022-1 Demand Note Payment Amount is greater than zero, instruct the Trustee in writing to draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit. Upon receipt of any such notice by the Trustee on or prior to 11:00 a.m. (New York City time) on a Business Day, the Trustee shall, by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on such Business Day draw an amount equal to the lesser of (i) the Series 2022-1 Demand Note Payment Amount and (ii) the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit by presenting to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider a draft accompanied by a Certificate of Termination Date Demand and shall cause the Termination Date Disbursement to be deposited in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account; provided, however, that if the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded, the Trustee shall draw an amount equal to the product of (a) 100% minus the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Percentage and (b) the lesser of the amounts referred to in clause (i) and (ii) on such Business Day on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit as calculated by the Administrator and provided in writing to the Trustee.

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(e)      Draws on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit. If there is more than one Multi-Series Letter of Credit on the date of any draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit pursuant to the terms of this Supplement, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee, in writing, to draw on each Multi-Series Letter of Credit in an amount equal to the Pro Rata Share of the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider issuing such Multi-Series Letter of Credit of the amount of such draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit.

(f)      Establishment of Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account. On or prior to the date of any drawing under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit pursuant to Section 2.8(b), (c) or (d) above, ABRCF shall establish and maintain in the name of the Trustee for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders, or cause to be established and maintained, an account (the “Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account”), bearing a designation clearly indicating that the funds deposited therein are held for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders. The Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account shall be maintained (i) with a Qualified Institution, or (ii) as a segregated trust account with the corporate trust department of a depository institution or trust company having corporate trust powers and acting as trustee for funds deposited in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account; provided, however, that if at any time such Qualified Institution is no longer a Qualified Institution or the credit rating of any securities issued by such depository institution or trust company shall be reduced to below “Baa3” by Moody’s or “BBB-” by Fitch, then ABRCF shall, within thirty (30) days of such reduction, establish a new Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account with a new Qualified Institution or a new segregated trust account with the corporate trust department of a depository institution or trust company having corporate trust powers and acting as trustee for funds deposited in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account. If a new Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account is established, ABRCF shall instruct the Trustee in writing to transfer all cash and investments from the non-qualifying Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account into the new Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account.

(g)     Administration of the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account. ABRCF may instruct (by standing instructions or otherwise) the institution maintaining the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account to invest funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account from time to time in Permitted Investments; provided, however, that any such investment shall mature not later than the Business Day prior to the Distribution Date following the date on which such funds were received, unless any Permitted Investment held in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account is held with the Paying Agent, in which case such investment may mature on such Distribution Date so long as such funds shall be available for withdrawal on or prior to such Distribution Date; provided further, that in the case of Permitted Investments held in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account and so long as any Series 2022-1 Note is rated by Fitch (x) any Permitted Investment set forth in clauses (ii), (iii), (vi) and (vii) of the definition thereof will have a rating of “AA-” or “F1+” by Fitch and (y) any Permitted Investment set forth in clause (v) of the definition thereof will either have a rating of “AAAmmf” by Fitch or, if such fund is not rated by Fitch, the then highest rating from two nationally recognized investment rating agencies (other than Fitch). All such Permitted Investments will be credited to the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account and any such Permitted Investments that constitute (i) physical property (and that is not either a United States security entitlement or a security entitlement) shall be physically delivered to the Trustee; (ii) United States security entitlements or security entitlements shall be

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controlled (as defined in Section 8-106 of the New York UCC) by the Trustee pending maturity or disposition, and (iii) uncertificated securities (and not United States security entitlements) shall be delivered to the Trustee by causing the Trustee to become the registered holder of such securities. The Trustee shall, at the expense of ABRCF, take such action as is required to maintain the Trustee’s security interest in the Permitted Investments credited to the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account. ABRCF shall not direct the Trustee to dispose of (or permit the disposal of) any Permitted Investment prior to the maturity thereof to the extent such disposal would result in a loss of the purchase price of such Permitted Investment. In the absence of written investment instructions hereunder, funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account shall remain uninvested.

(h)      Earnings from Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account. All interest and earnings (net of losses and investment expenses) paid on funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account shall be deemed to be on deposit therein and available for distribution.

(i)      Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account Surplus. In the event that the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account Surplus on any Distribution Date (or, after the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date, on any date) is greater than zero, the Trustee, acting in accordance with the written instructions of the Administrator, shall withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account an amount equal to the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account Surplus and shall pay such amount: first, to the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Providers to the extent of any unreimbursed drawings under the related Series 2022-1 Reimbursement Agreement, for application in accordance with the provisions of the related Series 2022-1 Reimbursement Agreement, and, second, to ABRCF any remaining amount.

(j)      Termination of Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account. Upon the termination of this Supplement in accordance with its terms, the Trustee, acting in accordance with the written instructions of the Administrator, after the prior payment of all amounts owing to the Series 2022-1 Noteholders and payable from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account as provided herein, shall withdraw from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account all amounts on deposit therein (to the extent not withdrawn pursuant to Section 2.8(i) above) and shall pay such amounts: first, to the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Providers to the extent of any unreimbursed drawings under the related Series 2022-1 Reimbursement Agreement, for application in accordance with the provisions of the related Series 2022-1 Reimbursement Agreement, and, second, to ABRCF any remaining amount.

Section 2.9.      Series 2022-1 Distribution Account.

(a)     Establishment of Series 2022-1 Distribution Account. ABRCF shall establish and maintain in the name of the Trustee for the benefit of the Series 2022-1 Noteholders, or cause to be established and maintained, an account (the “Series 2022-1 Distribution Account”), bearing a designation clearly indicating that the funds deposited therein are held for the benefit of the Series 2022-1 Noteholders. The Series 2022-1 Distribution Account shall be maintained (i) with a Qualified Institution, or (ii) as a segregated trust account with the corporate trust department of a depository institution or trust company having corporate trust powers and acting as trustee for funds deposited in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account; provided, however, that if at any time such Qualified Institution is no longer a Qualified

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Institution or the credit rating of any securities issued by such depositary institution or trust company shall be reduced to below “Baa3” by Moody’s or “BBB-” by Fitch, then ABRCF shall, within thirty (30) days of such reduction, establish a new Series 2022-1 Distribution Account with a new Qualified Institution. If the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account is not maintained in accordance with the previous sentence, ABRCF shall establish a new Series 2022-1 Distribution Account, within ten (10) Business Days after obtaining knowledge of such fact, which complies with such sentence, and shall instruct the Series 2022-1 Agent in writing to transfer all cash and investments from the non-qualifying Series 2022-1 Distribution Account into the new Series 2022-1 Distribution Account. Initially, the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account will be established with The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A.

(b)      Administration of the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account. The Administrator may instruct the institution maintaining the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account to invest funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account from time to time in Permitted Investments; provided, however, that any such investment shall mature not later than the Business Day prior to the Distribution Date following the date on which such funds were received, unless any Permitted Investment held in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account is held with the Paying Agent, then such investment may mature on such Distribution Date and such funds shall be available for withdrawal on or prior to such Distribution Date. All such Permitted Investments will be credited to the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account and any such Permitted Investments that constitute (i) physical property (and that is not either a United States security entitlement or a security entitlement) shall be physically delivered to the Trustee; (ii) United States security entitlements or security entitlements shall be controlled (as defined in Section 8-106 of the New York UCC) by the Trustee pending maturity or disposition, and (iii) uncertificated securities (and not United States security entitlements) shall be delivered to the Trustee by causing the Trustee to become the registered holder of such securities. The Trustee shall, at the expense of ABRCF, take such action as is required to maintain the Trustee’s security interest in the Permitted Investments credited to the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account. ABRCF shall not direct the Trustee to dispose of (or permit the disposal of) any Permitted Investment prior to the maturity thereof to the extent such disposal would result in a loss of the purchase price of such Permitted Investment. In the absence of written investment instructions hereunder, funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account shall remain uninvested.

(c)      Earnings from Series 2022-1 Distribution Account. All interest and earnings (net of losses and investment expenses) paid on funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account shall be deemed to be on deposit and available for distribution.

(d)      Series 2022-1 Distribution Account Constitutes Additional Collateral for Series 2022-1 Notes. In order to secure and provide for the repayment and payment of the ABRCF Obligations with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes, ABRCF hereby grants a security interest in and assigns, pledges, grants, transfers and sets over to the Trustee, for the benefit of the Series 2022-1 Noteholders, all of ABRCF’s right, title and interest in and to the following (whether now or hereafter existing or acquired): (i) the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account, including any security entitlement thereto; (ii) all funds on deposit therein from time to time; (iii) all certificates and instruments, if any, representing or evidencing any or all of the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account or the funds on deposit therein from time to time; (iv) all investments made at any time and from time to time with monies in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account,

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whether constituting securities, instruments, general intangibles, investment property, financial assets or other property; (v) all interest, dividends, cash, instruments and other property from time to time received, receivable or otherwise distributed in respect of or in exchange for the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account, the funds on deposit therein from time to time or the investments made with such funds; and (vi) all proceeds of any and all of the foregoing, including, without limitation, cash (the items in the foregoing clauses (i) through (vi) are referred to, collectively, as the “Series 2022-1 Distribution Account Collateral”). The Trustee shall possess all right, title and interest in all funds on deposit from time to time in the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account and in and to all proceeds thereof, and shall be the only person authorized to originate entitlement orders in respect of the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account. The Series 2022-1 Distribution Account Collateral shall be under the sole dominion and control of the Trustee for the benefit of the Series 2022-1 Noteholders. The Series 2022-1 Agent hereby agrees (i) to act as the securities intermediary (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(14) of the New York UCC) with respect to the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account; (ii) that its jurisdiction as securities intermediary is New York, (iii) that each item of property (whether investment property, financial asset, security, instrument or cash) credited to the Series 2022-1 Distribution Account shall be treated as a financial asset (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(9) of the New York UCC) and (iv) to comply with any entitlement order (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(8) of the New York UCC) issued by the Trustee.

Section 2.10.      Series 2022-1 Accounts Permitted Investments. ABRCF shall not, and shall not permit, funds on deposit in the Series 2022-1 Accounts to be invested in:

(i)      Permitted Investments that do not mature at least one (1) Business Day before the next Distribution Date;

(ii)     demand deposits, time deposits or certificates of deposit with a maturity in excess of 360 days;

(iii)    commercial paper which is not rated “P-1” by Moody’s;

(iv)    money market funds or eurodollar time deposits which are not rated at least “P-1” by Moody’s;

(v)     eurodollar deposits that are not rated “P-1” by Moody’s or that are with financial institutions not organized under the laws of a G-7 nation; or

(vi)    any investment, instrument or security not otherwise listed in clause (i) through (vi) of the definition of “Permitted Investments” in the Base Indenture.

Section 2.11.      Series 2022-1 Demand Notes Constitute Additional Collateral for Series 2022-1 Senior Notes. In order to secure and provide for the repayment and payment of the ABRCF Obligations with respect to the Series 2022-1 Senior Notes, ABRCF hereby grants a security interest in and assigns, pledges, grants, transfers and sets over to the Trustee, for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders, all of ABRCF’s right, title and interest in and to the following (whether now or hereafter existing or acquired): (i) the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes; (ii) all certificates and instruments, if any, representing or evidencing the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes; and (iii) all

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proceeds of any and all of the foregoing, including, without limitation, cash. On the date hereof, ABRCF shall deliver to the Trustee, for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders, each Series 2022-1 Demand Note, endorsed in blank. The Trustee, for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders, the Class B Noteholders, the Class C Noteholders and the Class D Noteholders, shall be the only Person authorized to make a demand for payments on the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes.

Section 2.12.      Subordination of the Class B Notes, Class C Notes, Class D Notes, Class E Notes and the Class R Notes.

(a)     Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Supplement, the Base Indenture or in any other Related Document, the Class B Notes will be subordinate in all respects to the Class A Notes as and to the extent set forth in this Section 2.12(a). No payments on account of principal shall be made with respect to the Class B Notes on any Distribution Date during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period unless an amount equal to the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related Month shall have been paid to the Class A Noteholders and no payments on account of principal shall be made with respect to the Class B Notes during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period or on the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date until the Class A Notes have been paid in full. No payments on account of interest shall be made with respect to the Class B Notes on any Distribution Date until all payments of interest then due and payable with respect to the Class A Notes (including, without limitation, all accrued interest, all Class A Shortfall and all interest accrued on such Class A Shortfall) have been paid in full.

(b)     Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Supplement, the Base Indenture or in any other Related Document, the Class C Notes will be subordinate in all respects to the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes as and to the extent set forth in this Section 2.12(b). No payments on account of principal shall be made with respect to the Class C Notes on any Distribution Date during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period unless an amount equal to the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related Month shall have been paid to the Class A Noteholders and an amount equal to the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related Month shall have been paid to the Class B Noteholders. No payments on account of principal shall be made with respect to the Class C Notes during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period or on the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date until the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes have been paid in full. No payments on account of interest shall be made with respect to the Class C Notes on any Distribution Date until all payments of interest then due and payable with respect to the Class A Notes and Class B Notes (including, without limitation, all accrued interest, all Class A Shortfall, all interest accrued on such Class A Shortfall, all Class B Shortfall and all interest accrued on such Class B Shortfall) have been paid in full.

(c)     Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Supplement, the Base Indenture or in any other Related Document, the Class D Notes will be subordinate in all respects to the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes and the Class C Notes as and to the extent set forth in this Section 2.12(c). No payments on account of principal shall be made with respect to the Class D Notes on any Distribution Date during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period unless an amount equal to the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related

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Month shall have been paid to the Class A Noteholders, an amount equal to the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related Month shall have been paid to the Class B Noteholders and an amount equal to the Class C Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related Month shall have been paid to the Class C Noteholders. No payments on account of principal shall be made with respect to the Class D Notes during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period or on the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date until the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes and the Class C Notes have been paid in full. No payments on account of interest shall be made with respect to the Class D Notes on any Distribution Date until all payments of interest then due and payable with respect to the Class A Notes, Class B Notes and Class C Notes (including, without limitation, all accrued interest, all Class A Shortfall, all interest accrued on such Class A Shortfall, all Class B Shortfall, all interest accrued on such Class B Shortfall, all Class C Shortfall and all interest accrued on such Class C Shortfall) have been paid in full.

(d)     Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Supplement, the Base Indenture or in any other Related Document, the Class E Notes, if issued, will be subordinate in all respects to the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes and the Class D Notes as and to the extent set forth in this Section 2.12(d). No payments on account of principal shall be made with respect to the Class E Notes on any Distribution Date during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period unless an amount equal to the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related Month shall have been paid to the Class A Noteholders, an amount equal to the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related Month shall have been paid to the Class B Noteholders, an amount equal to the Class C Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related Month shall have been paid to the Class C Noteholders and an amount equal to the Class D Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related Month shall have been paid to the Class D Noteholders. No payments on account of principal shall be made with respect to the Class E Notes during the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period or on the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date until the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes and the Class D Notes have been paid in full. No payments on account of interest shall be made with respect to the Class E Notes on any Distribution Date until all payments of interest then due and payable with respect to the Class A Notes, Class B Notes, Class C Notes and Class D Notes (including, without limitation, all accrued interest, all Class A Shortfall, all interest accrued on such Class A Shortfall, all Class B Shortfall, all interest accrued on such Class B Shortfall, all Class C Shortfall, all interest accrued on such Class C Shortfall, all Class D Shortfall and all interest accrued on such Class D Shortfall) have been paid in full.

(e)     Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Supplement, the Base Indenture or in any other Related Document, the Class R Notes will be subordinate in all respects to the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes, the Class D Notes and the Class E Notes (if issued), as and to the extent set forth in this Section 2.12(e). No payments on account of principal shall be made with respect to the Class R Notes during the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period or the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period or on the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date until the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes, the Class D Notes and, if issued, the Class E Notes have been paid in full. No payments on account of interest shall be made with respect to the Class R Notes on any Distribution Date until all payments of interest and principal due and payable on such Distribution Date with respect to the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes, the Class D Notes and, if issued, Class E Notes (including, without limitation, all accrued interest, all Class A Shortfall, all interest

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accrued on such Class A Shortfall, all Class B Shortfall, all interest accrued on such Class B Shortfall, all Class C Shortfall, all interest accrued on such Class C Shortfall, all Class D Shortfall, all interest accrued on such Class D Shortfall, all due and unpaid interest on the Class E Notes (if issued) and all interest accrued on such unpaid amounts) have been paid in full.

ARTICLE III

AMORTIZATION EVENTS

In addition to the Amortization Events set forth in Section 9.1 of the Base Indenture, any of the following shall be an Amortization Event with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes and collectively shall constitute the Amortization Events set forth in Section 9.1(n) of the Base Indenture with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes (without notice or other action on the part of the Trustee or any holders of the Series 2022-1 Notes):

(a)      a Series 2022-1 Enhancement Deficiency shall occur and continue for at least two (2) Business Days; provided, however, that such event or condition shall not be an Amortization Event if during such two (2) Business Day period such Series 2022-1 Enhancement Deficiency shall have been cured in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Indenture and the Related Documents;

(b)      the Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount shall be less than the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount for at least two (2) Business Days; provided, however, that such event or condition shall not be an Amortization Event if during such two (2) Business Day period such insufficiency shall have been cured in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Indenture and the Related Documents;

(c)      the Collection Account, the Series 2022-1 Collection Account, the Series 2022-1 Excess Collection Account or the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account shall be subject to an injunction, estoppel or other stay or a Lien (other than Liens permitted under the Related Documents);

(d)      all principal of and interest on any Class of the Series 2022-1 Notes is not paid in full on or before the Series 2022-1 Expected Final Distribution Date;

(e)      any Multi-Series Letter of Credit shall not be in full force and effect for at least two (2) Business Days and (x) either a Series 2022-1 Enhancement Deficiency would result from excluding the Series 2022-1 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount attributable to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit from the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount or (y) the Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount, excluding therefrom the Series 2022-1 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount attributable to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit, would be less than the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount;

(f)      from and after the funding of the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account, the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account shall be subject to an injunction, estoppel or other stay or a Lien (other than Liens permitted under the Related Documents) for at least two (2) Business Days and either (x) a Series 2022-1 Enhancement Deficiency would result from

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excluding the Series 2022-1 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount from the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount or (y) the Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount, excluding therefrom the Series 2022-1 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount, would be less than the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount; and

(g)      an Event of Bankruptcy shall have occurred with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider or any Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider repudiates its Multi-Series Letter of Credit or refuses to honor a proper draw thereon and either (x) a Series 2022-1 Enhancement Deficiency would result from excluding the Series 2022-1 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount attributable to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit from the Series 2022-1 Enhancement Amount or (y) the Series 2022-1 Liquidity Amount, excluding therefrom the Series 2022-1 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount attributable to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit, would be less than the Series 2022-1 Required Liquidity Amount.

ARTICLE IV

FORM OF SERIES 2022-1 NOTES

Section 4.1.      Restricted Global Series 2022-1 Notes. Each Class of the Series 2022-1 Notes to be issued in the United States will be issued in book-entry form and represented by one or more permanent global Notes in fully registered form without interest coupons (each, a “Restricted Global Class A Note”, a “Restricted Global Class B Note”, a “Restricted Global Class C Note”, a “Restricted Global Class D Note” or a “Restricted Global Class R Note”, as the case may be), substantially in the form set forth in Exhibits A-1, B-1, C-1, D-1 and E-1, with such legends as may be applicable thereto as set forth in the Base Indenture, and will be sold only in the United States (1) initially to institutional accredited investors within the meaning of Regulation D under the Securities Act in reliance on an exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act and (2) thereafter to qualified institutional buyers within the meaning of, and in reliance on, Rule 144A under the Securities Act and shall be deposited on behalf of the purchasers of such Class of the Series 2022-1 Notes represented thereby, with the Trustee as custodian for DTC, and registered in the name of Cede as DTC’s nominee, duly executed by ABRCF and authenticated by the Trustee in the manner set forth in Section 2.4 of the Base Indenture.

Section 4.2.      Temporary Global Series 2022-1 Notes; Permanent Global Series 2022-1 Notes. Each Class of the Series 2022-1 Notes to be issued outside the United States will be issued and sold in transactions outside the United States in reliance on Regulation S under the Securities Act, as provided in the applicable note purchase agreement, and shall initially be issued in the form of one or more temporary notes in registered form without interest coupons (each, a “Temporary Global Class A Note”, a “Temporary Global Class B Note”, a “Temporary Global Class C Note”, a “Temporary Global Class D Note” or a “Temporary Global Class R Note”, as the case may be, and collectively the “Temporary Global Series 2022-1 Notes”), substantially in the form set forth in Exhibits A-2, B-2, C-2, D-2 and E-2 which shall be deposited on behalf of the purchasers of such Class of the Series 2022-1 Notes represented thereby with a custodian for, and registered in the name of a nominee of DTC, for the account of Euroclear Bank S.A./N.V., as operator of the Euroclear System, or for Clearstream Banking, société anonyme, duly executed by ABRCF and authenticated by the Trustee in the manner set

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forth in Section 2.4 of the Base Indenture. Interests in each Temporary Global Series 2022-1 Note will be exchangeable, in whole or in part, for interests in one or more permanent global notes in registered form without interest coupons (each, a “Permanent Global Class A Note”, a “Permanent Global Class B Note”, a “Permanent Global Class C Note”, a “Permanent Global Class D Note” or a “Permanent Global Class R Note”, as the case may be, and collectively the “Permanent Global Series 2022-1 Notes”), substantially in the form of Exhibits A-3, B-3, C-3, D-3 and E-3 in accordance with the provisions of such Temporary Global Series 2022-1 Note and the Base Indenture (as modified by this Supplement). Interests in a Permanent Global Series 2022-1 Note will be exchangeable for a definitive Series 2022-1 Note in accordance with the provisions of such Permanent Global Series 2022-1 Note and the Base Indenture (as modified by this Supplement). The Restricted Global Class A Notes, the Temporary Global Class A Notes and the Permanent Global Class A Notes are collectively referred to as the “Global Class A Notes”, the Restricted Global Class B Notes, the Temporary Global Class B Notes and the Permanent Global Class B Notes are collectively referred to as the “Global Class B Notes”, the Restricted Global Class C Notes, the Temporary Global Class C Notes and the Permanent Global Class C Notes are collectively referred to as the “Global Class C Notes”, the Restricted Global Class D Notes, the Temporary Global Class D Notes and the Permanent Global Class D Notes are collectively referred to as the “Global Class D Notes” and the Restricted Global Class R Notes, the Temporary Global Class R Notes and the Permanent Global Class R Notes are collectively referred to as the “Global Class R Notes”.

ARTICLE V

GENERAL

Section 5.1.      Optional Repurchase.

(a)     The Series 2022-1 Notes shall be subject to repurchase by ABRCF at its option in accordance with Section 6.3 of the Base Indenture on any Distribution Date (any such Distribution Date, a “Clean-up Repurchase Distribution Date”) after the Series 2022-1 Invested Amount is reduced to an amount less than or equal to 10% of the sum of the Class A Initial Invested Amount, the Class B Initial Invested Amount, the Class C Initial Invested Amount, the Class D Initial Invested Amount, the initial invested amount of the Class E Notes (if issued), the Class R Initial Invested Amount and the aggregate principal amount of any Additional Class R Notes (the “Series 2022-1 Repurchase Amount”). The repurchase price for any Series 2022-1 Note subject to a Clean-up Repurchase shall equal the aggregate outstanding principal balance of such Series 2022-1 Note (determined after giving effect to any payments of principal and interest on such Distribution Date), plus accrued and unpaid interest on such outstanding principal balance.

(b)     The Series 2022-1 Notes shall also be subject to repurchase at the election of the ABRCF in accordance with Section 6.3 of the Base Indenture, in whole but not in part, on any Distribution Date (any such Distribution Date, an “Optional Repurchase Distribution Date”) that occurs prior to the earlier to occur of (x) the commencement of the Series 2022-1 Rapid Amortization Period and (y) the Clean-up Repurchase Distribution Date (any such repurchase, an “Optional Repurchase”). The repurchase price for any Series 2022-1 Note subject to an Optional Repurchase shall equal (1) the aggregate outstanding principal balance of such Series 2022-1

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Note (determined after giving effect to any payments made pursuant to Section 2.5(a) on such Distribution Date), plus (2) accrued and unpaid interest on such outstanding principal balance (determined after giving effect to any payments made pursuant to Section 2.4 on such Distribution Date) plus (3) the Make Whole Payment with respect to such Series 2022-1 Note.

Section 5.2.      Information. The Trustee shall provide to the Series 2022-1 Noteholders, or their designated agent, copies of all information furnished to the Trustee or ABRCF pursuant to the Related Documents, as such information relates to the Series 2022-1 Notes or the Series 2022-1 Collateral.

Section 5.3.      Exhibits. The following exhibits attached hereto supplement the exhibits included in the Base Indenture.

  Exhibit A-1: Form of Restricted Global Class A Note
  Exhibit A-2: Form of Temporary Global Class A Note
  Exhibit A-3: Form of Permanent Global Class A Note
  Exhibit B-1: Form of Restricted Global Class B Note
  Exhibit B-2: Form of Temporary Global Class B Note
  Exhibit B-3: Form of Permanent Global Class B Note
  Exhibit C-1: Form of Restricted Global Class C Note
  Exhibit C-2: Form of Temporary Global Class C Note
  Exhibit C-3: Form of Permanent Global Class C Note
  Exhibit D-1: Form of Restricted Global Class D Note
  Exhibit D-2: Form of Temporary Global Class D Note
  Exhibit D-3: Form of Permanent Global Class D Note
  Exhibit E-1: Form of Restricted Global Class R Note
  Exhibit E-2: Form of Temporary Global Class R Note
  Exhibit E-3: Form of Permanent Global Class R Note
  Exhibit F: Form of Series 2022-1 Demand Note
  Exhibit G: Form of Letter of Credit
  Exhibit H: Form of Lease Payment Deficit Notice
  Exhibit I: Form of Demand Notice
  Exhibit J: Form of Supplemental Indenture No. 4 to the Base Indenture
  Exhibit K: Form of Amendment to the AESOP I Operating Lease
  Exhibit L: Form of Amendment to the Finance Lease
  Exhibit M: Form of Amendment to the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement
  Exhibit N: Form of Amendment to the AESOP I Finance Lease Loan Agreement
  Exhibit O: Form of Amendment to the AESOP II Operating Lease
  Exhibit P: Form of Amendment to Master Exchange Agreement
  Exhibit Q: Form of Amendment to the Escrow Agreement

 

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  Exhibit R: Form of Amendment to Administration Agreement
  Exhibit S-1: Form of Transfer Certificate for Class D Notes (Transferee)
  Exhibit S-2:

Form of Transfer Certificate for Class D Notes (Transferor)

Section 5.4.      Ratification of Base Indenture. As supplemented by this Supplement, the Base Indenture is in all respects ratified and confirmed and the Base Indenture as so supplemented by this Supplement shall be read, taken, and construed as one and the same instrument.

Section 5.5.      Counterparts. This Supplement may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which so executed shall be deemed to be an original, but all of such counterparts shall together constitute but one and the same instrument.

Section 5.6.      Governing Law. This Supplement shall be construed in accordance with the law of the State of New York, and the obligations, rights and remedies of the parties hereto shall be determined in accordance with such law.

Section 5.7.      Amendments. This Supplement may be modified or amended from time to time in accordance with the terms of the Base Indenture; provided, however, that if, pursuant to the terms of the Base Indenture or this Supplement, the consent of the Required Noteholders is required for an amendment or modification of this Supplement or any other Related Document, such requirement shall be satisfied if such amendment or modification is consented to by the Requisite Series 2022-1 Noteholders; provided, further, that, (A) so long as (i) no Amortization Event has occurred and is continuing and (ii) the Rating Agency Consent Condition is met with respect to the outstanding Series 2022-1 Notes, ABRCF shall be able to either (x) increase any of the Series 2022-1 Maximum Amounts (other than the Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Program Vehicle Amount or the Series 2022-1 Maximum Non-Perfected Vehicle Amount) by an amount not to exceed 10% (or, in the case of the Series 2022-1 Maximum Tesla Amount, an amount not to exceed 15%) of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases or (y) include a new Series 2022-1 Maximum Amount and related amendments for any Manufacturer that becomes an Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer or Eligible Program Manufacturer after the Series 2022-1 Closing Date, in each case, at any time without the consent of the Series 2022-1 Noteholders, (B) ABRCF shall be able to modify or amend any Series 2022-1 Maximum Amount at any time with the consent of a Requisite Series 2022-1 Noteholders and (C) ABRCF may amend or modify the terms of this Supplement without the consent of any Series 2022-1 Noteholders to clarify that no interest has accrued with respect to the Class D Notes and no Class D Monthly Interest is due with respect to the Class D Notes for so long as ABRCF retains 100% of the Class D Notes; provided, further, that, notwithstanding anything in this Section 5.7 or Article 8 or Article 12 of the Base Indenture to the contrary, this Supplement and any Related Documents relating solely to the Series 2022-1 Notes may be amended to provide for the issuance of any Class E Notes or Additional Class R Notes in accordance with Section 5.15 without the consent of any Class A Noteholder, any Class B Noteholder, any Class C Noteholder, any Class D Noteholder or any Class R Noteholder.

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Section 5.8.      Discharge of Base Indenture. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the Base Indenture, no discharge of the Indenture pursuant to Section 11.1(b) of the Base Indenture will be effective as to the Series 2022-1 Notes without the consent of the Requisite Series 2022-1 Noteholders.

Section 5.9.      Notice to Rating Agencies. The Trustee shall provide to each Rating Agency a copy of (x) each notice, opinion of counsel, certificate or other item delivered to, or required to be provided by, the Trustee pursuant to this Supplement or any other Related Document and (y) any amendment or modification hereto pursuant to this Supplement or any other Related Document.

Section 5.10.      Capitalization of ABRCF. ABRCF agrees that on the Series 2022-1 Closing Date it will have capitalization in an amount equal to or greater than 3% of the sum of (x) the Series 2022-1 Invested Amount and (y) the invested amount of the Series 2010-6 Notes, the Series 2011-4 Notes, the Series 2015-3 Notes, the 2017-1 Notes, the 2017-2 Notes, the 2018-1 Notes, the Series 2018-2 Notes, the Series 2019-1 Notes, the Series 2019-2 Notes, the Series 2019-3 Notes, the Series 2020-1 Notes, the Series 2020-2 Notes, the Series 2021-1 Notes and the Series 2021-2 Notes.

Section 5.11.      Required Noteholders. Subject to Section 5.7 above, any action pursuant to Section 5.6, Section 8.13 or Article 9 of the Base Indenture that requires the consent of, or is permissible at the direction of, the Required Noteholders with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes pursuant to the Base Indenture shall only be allowed with the consent of, or at the direction of, the Required Controlling Class Series 2022-1 Noteholders. Any other action pursuant to any Related Document which requires the consent or approval of, or the waiver by, the Required Noteholders with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes shall require the consent or approval of, or waiver by, the Requisite Series 2022-1 Noteholders; provided, however, that, notwithstanding anything in this Section 5.11 or Article 8 or Article 12 of the Base Indenture to the contrary, any Related Document relating solely to the Series 2022-1 Notes may be amended to provide for the issuance of any Class E Notes or Additional Class R Notes in accordance with Section 5.15 without the consent of any Class A Noteholder, any Class B Noteholder, any Class C Noteholder, any Class D Noteholder or any Class R Noteholder.

Section 5.12.      Series 2022-1 Demand Notes. Other than pursuant to a demand thereon pursuant to Section 2.5, ABRCF shall not reduce the amount of the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes or forgive amounts payable thereunder so that the outstanding principal amount of the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes after such reduction or forgiveness is less than the Series 2022-1 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount. ABRCF shall not agree to any amendment of the Series 2022-1 Demand Notes without first satisfying the Rating Agency Confirmation Condition and the Rating Agency Consent Condition.

Section 5.13.      Termination of Supplement. This Supplement shall cease to be of further effect when all outstanding Series 2022-1 Notes theretofore authenticated and issued have been delivered (other than destroyed, lost, or stolen Series 2022-1 Notes which have been replaced or paid) to the Trustee for cancellation, ABRCF has paid all sums payable hereunder, and, if the Series 2022-1 Demand Note Payment Amount on the Multi-Series Letter of Credit

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Termination Date was greater than zero, all amounts have been withdrawn from the Series 2022-1 Cash Collateral Account in accordance with Section 2.8(i).

Section 5.14.      Noteholder Consent to Certain Amendments. Each Series 2022-1 Noteholder, upon any acquisition of a Series 2022-1 Note, will be deemed to agree and consent to (i) the execution by ABRCF of a Supplemental Indenture to the Base Indenture substantially in the form of Exhibit J hereto, (ii) the execution of an amendment to the AESOP I Operating Lease substantially in the form of Exhibit K hereto, (iii) the execution of an amendment to the Finance Lease substantially in the form of Exhibit L hereto, (iv) the execution of an amendment to the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement substantially in the form of Exhibit M hereto, (v) the execution of an amendment to the AESOP I Finance Lease Loan Agreement substantially in the form of Exhibit N hereto, (vi) the execution of an amendment to the AESOP II Operating Lease substantially in the form of Exhibit O hereto, (vii) the execution of an amendment to the Master Exchange Agreement substantially in the form of Exhibit P hereto, (viii) the execution of an amendment to the Escrow Agreement substantially in the form of Exhibit Q hereto and (ix) the execution of an amendment to the Administration Agreement substantially in the form of Exhibit R hereto. Such deemed consent will apply to each proposed amendment set forth in Exhibits J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q and R individually, and the failure to adopt any of the amendments set forth therein will not revoke the consent with respect to any other amendment.

Section 5.15.      Issuance of Class E Notes and Additional Class R Notes. No Class E Notes shall be issued on the Series 2022-1 Closing Date. On any date during the Series 2022-1 Revolving Period, ABRCF may (i) issue Class E Notes and (ii) issue additional Class R Notes in connection with the issuance of Class E Notes, to the extent that ABRCF determines such issuance is required to comply with the U.S. Risk Retention Rules (such notes, the “Additional Class R Notes”), subject to satisfaction of the following conditions precedent:

(a)      ABRCF and the Trustee shall have entered into an amendment to this Supplement (i) providing that the Class E Notes will bear a fixed rate of interest, determined on or prior the Additional Notes Closing Date, (ii) providing that the expected final payment date for the Class E Notes will be the Series 2022-1 Expected Final Distribution Date, (iii) providing that the principal amount of the Class E Notes will be due and payable on the Series 2022-1 Final Distribution Date, (iv) providing that the controlled amortization period with respect to the Class E Notes will be the Series 2022-1 Controlled Amortization Period and (v) providing for payment mechanics with respect to the Class E Notes substantially similar to those with respect to the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes and the Class D Notes (other than as set forth below) and consistent with Section 2.12 and such other provisions with respect to the Class E Notes and the Additional Class R Notes as may be required for such issuance;

(b)      The Trustee shall have received a Company Request at least two (2) Business Days (or such shorter time as is acceptable to the Trustee) in advance of the proposed closing date for the issuance of the Class E Notes and the Additional Class R Notes (if any) (the “Additional Notes Closing Date”) requesting that the Trustee authenticate and deliver the Class E Notes specified in such Company Request (such specified Class E Notes, the “Proposed Class E Notes”) and the Additional Class R Notes, if any, specified in such Company Request;

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(c)      The Trustee shall have received a Company Order authorizing and directing the authentication and delivery of the Proposed Class E Notes and the Additional Class R Notes, if any, by the Trustee and specifying the designation of the Proposed Class E Notes, the initial aggregate principal amount of the Proposed Class E Notes to be authenticated, the Note Rate with respect to the Proposed Class E Notes and the initial aggregate principal amount of the Additional Class R Notes;

(d)      The Trustee shall have received written confirmation that the Rating Agency Confirmation Condition shall have been satisfied with respect to the issuance of the Proposed Class E Notes and Additional Class R Notes (if any) (including with respect to the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes and the Class D Notes);

(e)      The Trustee shall have received an Officer’s Certificate of ABRCF dated as of the Additional Notes Closing Date to the effect that (i) no Amortization Event with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes, Aggregate Asset Amount Deficiency, Series 2022-1 Enhancement Deficiency, Loan Event of Default, AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Deficiency, Manufacturer Event of Default, Lease Event of Default, Potential Amortization Event with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes, Potential Loan Event of Default, Potential Lease Event of Default, or Potential Manufacturer Event of Default is continuing or will occur as a result of the issuance of the Proposed Class E Notes and Additional Class R Notes (if any), (ii) the issuance of the Proposed Class E Notes and Additional Class R Notes (if any) will not result in any breach of any of the terms, conditions or provisions of or constitute a default under any indenture, mortgage, deed of trust or other agreement or instrument to which ABRCF is a party or by which it or its property is bound or any order of any court or administrative agency entered in any suit, action or other judicial or administrative proceeding to which ABRCF is a party or by which it or its property may be bound or to which it or its property may be subject, (iii) all conditions precedent provided in this Supplement and the Base Indenture with respect to the authentication and delivery of the Proposed Class E Notes and Additional Class R Notes (if any) have been complied with and (iv) the issuance of the Proposed Class E Notes and Additional Class R Notes (if any) and any related amendments to this Supplement and any Related Document relating solely to the Series 2022-1 Notes will not reduce the availability of the Series 2022-1 Enhancement to support the payment of interest on or principal of the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes or the Class D Notes in any material respect;

(f)      No amendments to this Supplement or any Related Document relating solely to the Series 2022-1 Notes in connection with the issuance of the Proposed Class E Notes and the Additional Class R Notes, if any, may provide for (i) the application of the amount allocated to the Series 2022-1 Notes and available under the Multi-Series Letters of Credit or the Series 2022-1 Reserve Account to support the payment of interest on or principal of the Class E Notes while any Class A Notes, Class B Notes, Class C Notes or Class D Notes remain outstanding, (ii) any voting rights in respect of the Class E Notes for so long as any Class A Notes, Class B Notes, Class C Notes, Class D Notes or Class R Notes are outstanding, other than with respect to any amendments to the Indenture or any Related Document pursuant to clauses (i) and (ii) of Section 12.2 of the Base Indenture, (iii) the addition of any Amortization Event with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes other than those related to payment defaults on the Class E Notes similar to those in respect of the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes, the Class D Notes or the Class R Notes and enhancement or liquidity deficiencies in respect of

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the credit enhancement supporting the Class E Notes similar to those in respect of the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes and the Class D Notes or (iv) the reallocation of Principal Collections allocable to the Series 2022-1 Notes to pay interest on the Class E Notes while the Class A Notes, Class B Notes, Class C Notes or the Class D Notes remain outstanding.

(g)      The Trustee shall have received opinions of counsel substantially similar to those received in connection with the offering and sale of the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes, the Class D Notes and the Class R Notes, including, without limitation, opinions to the effect that:

(i)      (x) the Proposed Class E Notes should be treated as indebtedness of ABRCF for federal and New York state income tax purposes, (y) the issuance of the Proposed Class E Notes and Additional Class R Notes (if any) will not result in any of the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes, the Class C Notes, the Class D Notes (to the extent the Class D Notes are characterized as debt for federal or New York state income tax purposes) or any other outstanding Series of Notes (excluding the Class R Notes and any other Series identified as “Class R”) failing to be characterized as debt for federal or New York state income tax purposes and (z) the issuance of the Proposed Class E Notes will not impact the treatment of ABRCF as a partnership for U.S. federal income tax purposes;

(ii)     all conditions precedent provided for in the Base Indenture and this Supplement with respect to the authentication and delivery of the Proposed Class E Notes and Additional Class R Notes (if any) has been complied with in all material respects; and

(iii)    the Proposed Class E Notes and Additional Class R Notes (if any) have been duly authorized and executed and, when authenticated and delivered in accordance with the provisions of the Base Indenture and this Supplement, will constitute valid, binding and enforceable obligations of ABRCF entitled to the benefits of the Base Indenture and this Supplement, subject, in the case of enforcement, to bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium and other similar laws affecting creditors’ rights generally and to general principles of equity.

Section 5.16.      Confidential Information.

(a)     The Trustee and each Series 2022-1 Note Owner agrees, by its acceptance and holding of a beneficial interest in a Series 2022-1 Note, to maintain the confidentiality of all Confidential Information in accordance with procedures adopted by the Trustee or such Series 2022-1 Note Owner in good faith to protect confidential information of third parties delivered to such Person; provided, however, that such Person may deliver or disclose Confidential Information to: (i) such Person’s directors, trustees, officers, employees, agents, attorneys, independent or internal auditors and affiliates who agree to hold confidential the Confidential Information substantially in accordance with the terms of this Section 5.16; (ii) such Person’s financial advisors and other professional advisors who agree to hold confidential the Confidential Information substantially in accordance with the terms of this Section 5.16; (iii) any other Series 2022-1 Note Owner; (iv) any Person of the type that would be, to such Person’s knowledge,

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permitted to acquire an interest in the Series 2022-1 Notes in accordance with the requirements of the Indenture to which such Person sells or offers to sell any such Series 2022-1 Note or any part thereof and that agrees to hold confidential the Confidential Information substantially in accordance with this Section 5.16 (or in accordance with such other confidentiality procedures as are acceptable to ABRCF); (v) any federal or state or other regulatory, governmental or judicial authority having jurisdiction over such Person; (vi) the National Association of Insurance Commissioners or any similar organization, or any nationally recognized rating agency that requires access to information about the investment portfolio of such Person, (vii) any reinsurers or liquidity or credit providers that agree to hold confidential the Confidential Information substantially in accordance with this Section 5.16 (or in accordance with such other confidentiality procedures as are acceptable to ABRCF); (viii) any other Person with the consent of ABRCF; or (ix) any other Person to which such delivery or disclosure may be necessary or appropriate (A) to effect compliance with any law, rule, regulation, statute or order applicable to such Person, (B) in response to any subpoena or other legal process upon prior notice to ABRCF (unless prohibited by applicable law, rule, order or decree or other requirement having the force of law), (C) in connection with any litigation to which such Person is a party upon prior notice to ABRCF (unless prohibited by applicable law, rule, order or decree or other requirement having the force of law) or (D) if an Amortization Event with respect to the Series 2022-1 Notes has occurred and is continuing, to the extent such Person may reasonably determine such delivery and disclosure to be necessary or appropriate in the enforcement or for the protection of the rights and remedies under the Series 2022-1 Notes, the Indenture or any other Related Document; provided, further, that delivery to any Series 2022-1 Note Owner of any report or information required by the terms of the Indenture to be provided to such Series 2022-1 Note Owner shall not be a violation of this Section 5.16. Each Series 2022-1 Note Owner agrees, by acceptance of a beneficial interest in a Series 2022-1 Note, except as set forth in clauses (v), (vi) and (ix) above, that it shall use the Confidential Information for the sole purpose of making an investment in the Series 2022-1 Notes or administering its investment in the Series 2022-1 Notes. In the event of any required disclosure of the Confidential Information by such Series 2022-1 Note Owner, such Series 2022-1 Note Owner agrees to use reasonable efforts to protect the confidentiality of the Confidential Information.

(b)      For the purposes of this Section 5.16, “Confidential Information” means information delivered to the Trustee or any Series 2022-1 Note Owner by or on behalf of ABRCF in connection with and relating to the transactions contemplated by or otherwise pursuant to the Indenture and the Related Documents; provided, however, that such term does not include information that: (i) was publicly known or otherwise known to the Trustee or such Series 2022-1 Note Owner prior to the time of such disclosure; (ii) subsequently becomes publicly known through no act or omission by the Trustee, any Series 2022-1 Note Owner or any person acting on behalf of the Trustee or any Series 2022-1 Note Owner; (iii) otherwise is known or becomes known to the Trustee or any Series 2022-1 Note Owner other than (x) through disclosure by ABRCF or (y) as a result of the breach of a fiduciary duty to ABRCF or a contractual duty to ABRCF; or (iv) is allowed to be treated as non-confidential by consent of ABRCF.

Section 5.17.      Capitalized Cost Covenant. ABRCF hereby agrees that it shall not permit the aggregate Capitalized Cost for all Vehicles purchased in any model year that are not subject to a Manufacturer Program to exceed 85% of the aggregate MSRP (Manufacturer

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Suggested Retail Price) of all such Vehicles; provided, however, that ABRCF shall not modify the customary buying patterns or purchasing criteria used by the Administrator and its Affiliates with respect to the Vehicles if the primary purpose of such modification is to comply with this covenant.

Section 5.18.      Further Limitation of Liability. Notwithstanding anything in this Supplement to the contrary, in no event shall the Trustee or its directors, officers, agents or employees be liable under this Supplement for special, indirect, punitive or consequential loss or damage of any kind whatsoever (including, but not limited to, lost profits), even if the Trustee or its directors, officers, agents or employees have been advised of the likelihood of such loss or damage and regardless of the form of action.

Section 5.19.      Series 2022-1 Agent. The Series 2022-1 Agent shall be entitled to the same rights, benefits, protections, indemnities and immunities hereunder as are granted to the Trustee under the Base Indenture as if set forth fully herein.

Section 5.20.      Force Majeure. In no event shall the Trustee be liable for any failure or delay in the performance of its obligations under this Supplement because of circumstances beyond the Trustee’s control, including, but not limited to, a failure, termination, suspension of a clearing house, securities depositary, settlement system or central payment system in any applicable part of the world or acts of God, flood, war (whether declared or undeclared), civil or military disturbances or hostilities, nuclear or natural catastrophes, political unrest, explosion, severe weather or accident, earthquake, terrorism, fire, riot, labor disturbances, strikes or work stoppages for any reason, embargo, government action, including any laws, ordinances, regulations or the like (whether domestic, federal, state, county or municipal or foreign) which delay, restrict or prohibit the providing of the services contemplated by this Supplement, or the unavailability of communications or computer facilities, the failure of equipment or interruption of communications or computer facilities, or the unavailability of the Federal Reserve Bank wire or telex or other wire or communication facility, or any other causes beyond the Trustee’s control whether or not of the same class or kind as specified above.

Section 5.21.      Waiver of Jury Trial, etc. EACH OF THE PARTIES HERETO HEREBY KNOWINGLY, VOLUNTARILY AND INTENTIONALLY WAIVES (TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW) ANY RIGHTS IT MAY HAVE TO A TRIAL BY JURY IN RESPECT OF ANY LITIGATION BASED HEREON, OR ARISING OUT OF, UNDER, OR IN CONNECTION WITH, THIS SUPPLEMENT, THE SERIES 2022-1 NOTES, THE SERIES 2022-1 DEMAND NOTES, THE MULTI-SERIES LETTER OF CREDIT AND ANY OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS EXECUTED IN CONNECTION WITH THE ISSUANCE OF THE SERIES 2022-1 NOTES, OR ANY COURSE OF CONDUCT, COURSE OF DEALING, STATEMENTS (WHETHER ORAL OR WRITTEN), OR ACTIONS OF THE PARTIES HERETO. THIS PROVISION IS A MATERIAL INDUCEMENT FOR THE PARTIES HERETO TO ENTER INTO THIS SUPPLEMENT.

Section 5.22.      Submission to Jurisdiction. EACH OF THE PARTIES HERETO HEREBY IRREVOCABLY SUBMITS (TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW) TO THE NON-EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION OF ANY NEW YORK STATE OR FEDERAL COURT SITTING IN THE BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN, NEW

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YORK CITY, STATE OF NEW YORK, OVER ANY ACTION OR PROCEEDING ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THIS SUPPLEMENT, THE SERIES 2022-1 NOTES, THE SERIES 2022-1 DEMAND NOTES, THE MULTI-SERIES LETTER OF CREDIT AND ANY OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS EXECUTED IN CONNECTION WITH THE ISSUANCE OF THE SERIES 2022-1 NOTES AND EACH OF THE PARTIES HERETO HEREBY IRREVOCABLY AGREES THAT ALL CLAIMS IN RESPECT OF SUCH ACTION OR PROCEEDING MAY BE HEARD AND DETERMINED IN SUCH NEW YORK STATE OR FEDERAL COURT. EACH OF THE PARTIES HERETO EACH HEREBY IRREVOCABLY WAIVES, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, ANY OBJECTION EACH MAY NOW OR HEREAFTER HAVE, TO THE LAYING OF VENUE IN ANY SUCH ACTION OR PROCEEDING IN ANY SUCH COURT AS WELL AS ANY RIGHT EACH MAY NOW OR HEREAFTER HAVE, TO REMOVE ANY SUCH ACTION OR PROCEEDING, ONCE COMMENCED, TO ANOTHER COURT ON THE GROUNDS OF FORUM NON CONVENIENS OR OTHERWISE. NOTHING CONTAINED HEREIN SHALL PRECLUDE ANY PARTY HERETO FROM BRINGING AN ACTION OR PROCEEDING ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THIS SUPPLEMENT, THE SERIES 2022-1 NOTES, THE SERIES 2022-1 DEMAND NOTES, THE MULTI-SERIES LETTER OF CREDIT AND ANY OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS EXECUTED IN CONNECTION WITH THE ISSUANCE OF THE SERIES 2022-1 NOTES IN ANY OTHER COUNTRY, STATE OR PLACE HAVING JURISDICTION OVER SUCH ACTION OR PROCEEDING.

Section 5.23.      Additional Terms of the Series 2022-1 Notes. Solely with respect to this Supplement and the Series 2022-1 Notes:

(a)     The Opinion of Counsel set forth in Section 2.2(f)(i)(x) of the Base Indenture shall not be required with respect to the Class D Notes or the Class R Notes. The Opinion of Counsel set forth in Section 2.2(f)(i)(y) of the Base Indenture shall not be required with respect to the Class D Notes or the Class R Notes for any Series issued after the date hereof.

 

(b)      The terms Rating Agency Confirmation Condition and Rating Agency Consent Condition shall be deemed to be satisfied with respect to Fitch if ABRCF notifies Fitch of the applicable action at least ten (10) calendar days prior to such action (or, if Fitch agrees to less than ten (10) calendar days’ notice, such lesser period) and Fitch has not notified ABRCF and the Trustee in writing that such action will result in a reduction or withdrawal of the rating given to the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes or the Class C Notes by Fitch within such ten (10) calendar day (or lesser) period.

(c)      The transfer by a transferor (a “Transferor”) holding a beneficial interest in a Global Class D Note to a subsequent transferee (a “Transferee”) who wishes to take delivery thereof in the form of a beneficial interest in such Global Class D Note will be made upon receipt by the Trustee, at the office of the Trustee, of (x) a transfer certificate from the Transferee substantially in the form of Exhibit S-1 (unless the Transferee is ABRCF in its capacity as initial Holder of Class D Notes, in which case no such transfer certificate under this clause (x) will be required) and (y) a transfer certificate from the Transferor substantially in the form of Exhibit S-2 (unless the Transferor is transferring 100% of its ownership interests in the Class D Notes to a single beneficial owner, in which case no such transfer certificate under this clause (y) will be

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required). Delivery of any such certificate to ABRCF shall be required to be delivered to the email address set forth in Exhibits S-1 and S-2.

 

 

 

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, ABRCF and the Trustee have caused this Supplement to be duly executed by their respective officers thereunto duly authorized as of the day and year first above written.

 AVIS BUDGET RENTAL CAR FUNDING (AESOP) LLC  
     
     
 By:/s/ David Calabria  
  Name: David Calabria  
Title: Senior Vice President and Treasurer  

 

 

 

Signature Page to AESOP 2022-1 Indenture Supplement

   

 

 THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON TRUST COMPANY, N.A., as Trustee  
     
     
 By:/s/ Mitchell L. Brumwell  
  Name: Mitchell L. Brumwell  
Title: Vice President  

 

 

 THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON TRUST COMPANY, N.A., as Series 2022-1 Agent  
     
     
 By:/s/ Mitchell L. Brumwell  
  Name: Mitchell L. Brumwell  
Title: Vice President  

 

 

 

 

Signature Page to AESOP 2022-1 Indenture Supplement

   

EXHIBIT 10.2

 

EXECUTION VERSION

 

 

AVIS BUDGET RENTAL CAR FUNDING (AESOP) LLC,
as Issuer

AVIS BUDGET CAR RENTAL, LLC,
as Administrator

JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A.,

as Administrative Agent

CERTAIN NON-CONDUIT PURCHASERS,

CERTAIN CP CONDUIT PURCHASERS,

CERTAIN COMMITTED NOTE PURCHASERS,

CERTAIN FUNDING AGENTS,

CERTAIN APA BANKS

and

THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON TRUST COMPANY, N.A.,
as Trustee and Series 2010-6 Agent

_____________________

FIFTH AMENDED AND RESTATED SERIES 2010-6 SUPPLEMENT
dated as of April 14, 2022

to

SECOND AMENDED AND RESTATED BASE INDENTURE
dated as of June 3, 2004

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

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ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS 3
   
ARTICLE II PURCHASE AND SALE OF SERIES 2010-6 NOTES; INCREASES AND DECREASES OF SERIES 2010-6 INVESTED AMOUNT 57
     
Section 2.1. Purchases of the Series 2010-6 Notes 57
Section 2.2. Delivery 59
Section 2.3. Procedure for Initial Issuance and for Increasing the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount 60
Section 2.4. Sales by CP Conduit Purchasers of Class A Notes and Class B Notes to APA Banks 64
Section 2.5. Procedure for Decreasing the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount; Optional Termination 64
Section 2.6. Increases and Reductions of the Commitments; Extensions of the Commitments; Replacement of Purchaser Groups 66
Section 2.7. Interest; Fees 70
Section 2.8. Indemnification by ABRCF 72
Section 2.9. Funding Agents 73
Section 2.10. Reduction to Commitments. 74
Section 2.11. Addition of MS Purchaser Group. 74
   
ARTICLE III SERIES 2010-6 ALLOCATIONS 74
   
Section 3.1. Establishment of Series 2010-6 Collection Account, Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account and Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account. 74
Section 3.2. Allocations with Respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes 75
Section 3.3. Payments to Noteholders 80
Section 3.4. Payment of Class A Senior Note Interest, Class B Senior Note Interest, Class A Commitment Fees, Class B Commitment Fees, Contingent Monthly Funding Costs and Class R Monthly Note Interest 85
Section 3.5. Payment of Note Principal. 89
Section 3.6. Administrator’s Failure to Instruct the Trustee to Make a Deposit or Payment 94
Section 3.7. Series 2010-6 Reserve Account 94
Section 3.8. Multi-Series Letters of Credit and Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account. 97
Section 3.9. Series 2010-6 Distribution Account. 101
Section 3.10. Series 2010-6 Demand Notes Constitute Additional Collateral for Class A Notes and Class B Notes 103
Section 3.11. Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Caps 103
Section 3.12. Payments to Funding Agents, Purchaser Groups 104
Section 3.13. Subordination of the Class R Notes 105

 

 

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ARTICLE IV AMORTIZATION EVENTS 105
   
ARTICLE V RIGHT TO WAIVE PURCHASE RESTRICTIONS 107
   
ARTICLE VI CONDITIONS PRECEDENT 109
     
Section 6.1. Conditions Precedent to Effectiveness of the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement 109
Section 6.2. Conditions Precedent to Effectiveness of this Supplement 112
   
ARTICLE VII CHANGE IN CIRCUMSTANCES 115
     
Section 7.1. Increased Costs 115
Section 7.2. Taxes 116
Section 7.3. Break Funding Payments 119
Section 7.4. Alternate Rate of Interest 120
Section 7.5. Mitigation Obligations 122
   
ARTICLE VIII REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, COVENANTS 122
     
Section 8.1. Representations and Warranties of ABRCF and the Administrator 122
Section 8.2. Covenants of ABRCF and the Administrator 124
   
ARTICLE IX THE ADMINISTRATIVE AGENT 127
     
Section 9.1. Appointment 127
Section 9.2. Delegation of Duties 127
Section 9.3. Exculpatory Provisions 128
Section 9.4. Reliance by Administrative Agent 128
Section 9.5. Notice of Administrator Default or Amortization Event or Potential Amortization Event 129
Section 9.6. Non-Reliance on the Administrative Agent and Other Purchaser Groups 129
Section 9.7. Indemnification 130
Section 9.8. The Administrative Agent in Its Individual Capacity 130
Section 9.9. Resignation of Administrative Agent; Successor Administrative Agent 130
Section 9.10. Erroneous Payments 131
   
ARTICLE X THE FUNDING AGENTS 132
     
Section 10.1. Appointment 132
Section 10.2. Delegation of Duties 132
Section 10.3. Exculpatory Provisions 132
Section 10.4. Reliance by Each Funding Agent 133
Section 10.5. Notice of Administrator Default or Amortization Event or Potential Amortization Event 133
Section 10.6. Non-Reliance on Each Funding Agent and Other CP Conduit Purchaser Groups 134

 

 

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Section 10.7. Indemnification 134
   
ARTICLE XI GENERAL 135
     
Section 11.1. Successors and Assigns 135
Section 11.2. Securities Law 138
Section 11.3. Adjustments; Set-off 138
Section 11.4. No Bankruptcy Petition 139
Section 11.5. Limited Recourse 139
Section 11.6. Costs and Expenses 140
Section 11.7. Exhibits 141
Section 11.8. Ratification of Base Indenture 141
Section 11.9. Counterparts 141
Section 11.10. Governing Law 142
Section 11.11. Amendments 142
Section 11.12. Discharge of Indenture 142
Section 11.13. Capitalization of ABRCF 142
Section 11.14. Series 2010-6 Demand Notes 142
Section 11.15. Termination of Supplement 143
Section 11.16. Collateral Representations and Warranties of ABRCF 143
Section 11.17. No Waiver; Cumulative Remedies 144
Section 11.18. Waiver of Setoff 144
Section 11.19. Notices 144
Section 11.20. Confidential Information 145
Section 11.21. Information 146
Section 11.22. Waiver of Jury Trial, etc. 146
Section 11.23. Submission to Jurisdiction 147
Section 11.24. Addition of Purchaser Group; Reallocation of Commitments 147
Section 11.25. Consent to Certain Amendments 147
Section 11.26. U.S. Patriot Act Notice 148
Section 11.27. Acknowledgement Regarding Any Supported QFCs 148
Section 11.28. Acknowledgement and Consent to Bail-In of Affected Financial Institutions 149

 

 

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FIFTH AMENDED AND RESTATED SERIES 2010-6 SUPPLEMENT, dated as of April 14, 2022 (this “Supplement”), among AVIS BUDGET RENTAL CAR FUNDING (AESOP) LLC, a special purpose limited liability company established under the laws of Delaware (“ABRCF”), AVIS BUDGET CAR RENTAL, LLC, a limited liability company established under the laws of Delaware (“ABCR”), as administrator (the “Administrator”), JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A. (“JPMorgan Chase”), in its capacity as administrative agent for the Purchaser Groups (the “Administrative Agent”), the NON-CONDUIT PURCHASERS from time to time party hereto, the COMMITTED NOTE PURCHASERS from time to time party hereto, the CP CONDUIT PURCHASER GROUPS from time to time party hereto, the FUNDING AGENTS for the CP Conduit Purchaser Groups from time to time party hereto and THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON TRUST COMPANY, N.A. (as successor in interest to The Bank of New York), a national banking association, as trustee (in such capacity, the “Trustee”) and as agent for the benefit of the Series 2010-6 Noteholders (in such capacity, the “Series 2010-6 Agent”), to the Second Amended and Restated Base Indenture, dated as of June 3, 2004, between ABRCF and the Trustee (as amended, modified or supplemented from time to time, exclusive of Supplements creating a new Series of Notes, the “Base Indenture”).

PRELIMINARY STATEMENT

WHEREAS, ABRCF, the Administrator, the Administrative Agent, certain CP Conduit Purchasers, APA Banks, Funding Agents and Non-Conduit Purchasers, the Trustee and the Series 2010-6 Agent entered into the Series 2010-6 Supplement, dated as of October 22, 2010 (the “Original Series 2010-6 Supplement”), pursuant to which the Series 2010-6 Notes were issued;

WHEREAS, ABRCF, the Administrator, the Administrative Agent, certain CP Conduit Purchasers, APA Banks, Funding Agents and Non-Conduit Purchasers, the Trustee and the Series 2010-6 Agent entered into the Amended and Restated Series 2010-6 Supplement, dated as of October 14, 2011 (as amended, the “First A&R Series 2010-6 Supplement”), pursuant to which ABRCF amended and restated the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement in its entirety, with the consent of the Requisite Noteholders;

WHEREAS, ABRCF, the Administrator, the Administrative Agent, certain CP Conduit Purchasers, APA Banks, Funding Agents and Non-Conduit Purchasers, the Trustee and the Series 2010-6 Agent entered into the Second Amended and Restated Series 2010-6 Supplement, dated as of November 5, 2013 (as amended, the “Second A&R Series 2010-6 Supplement”), pursuant to which ABRCF amended and restated the First A&R Series 2010-6 Supplement in its entirety, with the consent of the Requisite Noteholders;

WHEREAS, ABRCF, the Administrator, the Administrative Agent, certain CP Conduit Purchasers, certain Committed Note Purchasers, APA Banks, Funding Agents and Non-Conduit Purchasers, the Trustee and the Series 2010-6 Agent entered into the Third Amended and Restated Series 2010-6 Supplement, dated as of August 16, 2018 (as amended, the “Third A&R Series 2010-6 Supplement”), pursuant to which ABRCF amended and restated the Second A&R Series 2010-6 Supplement in its entirety, with the consent of the Requisite Noteholders;

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WHEREAS, ABRCF, the Administrator, the Administrative Agent, certain CP Conduit Purchasers, certain Committed Note Purchasers, APA Banks, Funding Agents and Non-Conduit Purchasers, the Trustee and the Series 2010-6 Agent entered into the Fourth Amended and Restated Series 2010-6 Supplement, dated as of June 18, 2021 (as amended, the “Fourth A&R Series 2010-6 Supplement”), pursuant to which ABRCF amended and restated the Third A&R Series 2010-6 Supplement in its entirety, with the consent of the Requisite Noteholders;

WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 12.2 of the Base Indenture, any Supplement may be amended with the consent of ABRCF, the Trustee, any applicable Enhancement Provider and the Required Noteholders of a Series of Notes;

WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 11.11 of the Third A&R Series 2010-6 Supplement, the requirement contained in Section 12.2 of the Base Indenture shall be satisfied upon attaining the consent of the Requisite Noteholders; and

WHEREAS, ABRCF desires to amend and restate the Third A&R Series 2010-6 Supplement.

NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto agree as follows:

DESIGNATION

A Series of Notes was created and issued pursuant to the Base Indenture and the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement and such Series of Notes was designated generally as “Variable Funding Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Series 2010-6.” The Series 2010-6 Notes were issued in three Classes, the first of which is known as the “Class A Notes”, the second of which is known as the “Class B Notes” and the third of which is known as the “Class R Notes.”

As of the date hereof, ABRCF has issued (i) one tranche of Class A Notes, which was designated as the “Series 2010-6 Variable Funding Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class A”, (ii) one tranche of Class B Notes, which was designated as the “Series 2010-6 Variable Funding Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class B” and (iii) one tranche of Class R Notes, which was designated as the “Series 2010-6 Variable Funding Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class R.” The Class A Notes, the Class B Notes and the Class R Notes constitute the Series 2010-6 Notes. The Class B Notes shall be subordinated in right of payment to the Class A Notes, to the extent set forth herein. The Class R Notes shall be subordinated in right of payment to the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes, to the extent set forth herein.

The proceeds from the initial sale of the Series 2010-6 Notes were deposited in the Collection Account and were paid to ABRCF and used to make Loans under the Loan Agreements to the extent that the Borrowers had requested Loans thereunder and Eligible Vehicles were available for acquisition or refinancing thereunder on the date of the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement. Any such portion of proceeds not so used to make Loans shall be deemed to be Principal Collections.

The Series 2010-6 Notes are a non-Segregated Series of Notes (as more fully described in the Base Indenture). Accordingly, all references in this Supplement to “all” Series of Notes (and all references in this Supplement to terms defined in the Base Indenture that

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contain references to “all” Series of Notes) shall refer to all Series of Notes other than Segregated Series of Notes.

ARTICLE I

DEFINITIONS

(a)      All capitalized terms not otherwise defined herein are defined in the Definitions List attached to the Base Indenture as Schedule I thereto. All Article, Section, Subsection, Exhibit or Schedule references herein shall refer to Articles, Sections, Subsections, Exhibits or Schedules of this Supplement, except as otherwise provided herein. Unless otherwise stated herein, as the context otherwise requires or if such term is otherwise defined in the Base Indenture, each capitalized term used or defined herein shall relate only to the Series 2010-6 Notes and not to any other Series of Notes issued by ABRCF. In the event that a term used herein shall be defined both herein and in the Base Indenture, the definition of such term herein shall govern.

(b)      The following words and phrases shall have the following meanings with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes and the definitions of such terms are applicable to the singular as well as the plural form of such terms and to the masculine as well as the feminine and neuter genders of such terms:

A&R Documents” is defined in Section 6.2.

A&R Effective Date” is defined in Section 6.2.

ABCR” is defined in the recitals hereto.

ABG” means Avis Budget Group, Inc.

ABRCF” is defined in the recitals hereto.

Accounts” means the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account, the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account, the Series 2010-6 Collection Account, the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account, the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account and the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account.

Acquiring APA Bank” is defined in Section 11.1(c).

Acquiring Purchaser Group” is defined in Section 11.1(e).

Additional CP Conduit Purchaser” is defined in Section 2.6(e).

Additional Funding Agent” is defined in Section 2.6(e).

Additional Non-Conduit Purchaser” is defined in Section 2.6(e).

Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR” means, for any day, an interest rate per annum equal to (a) Daily Simple SOFR as of such day, plus (b) 0.10%; provided that if Adjusted Daily

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Simple SOFR as so determined would be less than 0%, such rate shall be deemed to be 0% for the purposes of this Supplement.

Adjusted Net Book Value” means, as of any date of determination, with respect to each Adjusted Program Vehicle as of such date, the product of 0.965 and the Net Book Value of such Adjusted Program Vehicle as of such date.

Administrative Agent” is defined in the recitals hereto.

Administrator” is defined in the recitals hereto.

AESOP II DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Amount” means, as of any date of determination, an amount equal to the excess, if any, of (x) the sum of the following amounts with respect to each DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date: the product of (1) to the extent such amounts are included in the calculation of the AESOP II Loan Agreement Borrowing Base as of such date, all amounts receivable, as of such date, by AESOP Leasing II from such DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer and (2) the DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Receivable Specified Percentage for such DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date over (y) the sum of the following amounts with respect to each DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date: the product of (i) the aggregate Net Book Value of any Vehicles subject to a Manufacturer Program from such Manufacturer that have had a Turnback Date but for which (A) AESOP Leasing II or its Permitted Nominee continues to be named as the owner of the Vehicle on the Certificate of Title for such Vehicle and (B) AESOP Leasing II or its agent continues to hold the Certificate of Title for such Vehicle and (ii) the DBRS Turnback Vehicle Specified Percentage for such DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date.

Affected Financial Institution” means (a) any EEA Financial Institution or (b) any UK Financial Institution.

Affected Party” means any Non-Conduit Purchaser, CP Conduit Purchaser and any Program Support Provider with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser.

Alternate Base Rate” means, for any day, a rate per annum equal to the greatest of (a) the Prime Rate in effect on such day, (b) the Federal Funds Effective Rate in effect on such day plus ½ of 1% and (c) the Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR in effect on such day plus 1%. Any change in the Alternate Base Rate due to a change in the Prime Rate, the Federal Funds Effective Rate or Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR shall be effective from and including the effective date of such change in the Prime Rate, the Federal Funds Effective Rate or Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR, respectively. If the Alternate Base Rate is being used as an alternate rate of interest pursuant to Section 7.4 (for the avoidance of doubt, only until the Benchmark Replacement has been determined pursuant to Section 7.4(b)), then the Alternate Base Rate shall be the greater of clauses (a) and (b) above and shall be determined without reference to clause (c) above. For the avoidance of doubt, if the Alternate Base Rate as determined pursuant to the foregoing would be less than 0%, such rate shall be deemed to be 0% for the purposes of this Supplement.

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Anti-Corruption Laws” means all laws, rules, and regulations of any jurisdiction applicable to ABCR or its Affiliates from time to time concerning or relating to bribery or corruption.

APA Bank” means, with respect to a CP Conduit Purchaser, each bank or other Person set forth opposite the name of such CP Conduit Purchaser on Schedule I or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such CP Conduit Purchaser became a party to this Supplement and any assignee thereof, to the extent such assignee has assumed all or a portion of the Commitments of an APA Bank pursuant to a Transfer Supplement entered into in accordance with Section 11.1(c).

APA Bank Funded Amount” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser Group for any day, the excess, if any, of the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group over the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group for such day.

APA Bank Participants” is defined in Section 11.1(d).

APA Bank Percentage” means, with respect to any APA Bank, the percentage set forth opposite the name of such APA Bank on Schedule I or the Transfer Supplement or the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such APA Bank became a party to this Supplement.

ARAC” means Avis Rent A Car System, LLC.

Article VII Costs” means any amounts due pursuant to Article VII and any interest accrued on such amounts pursuant to Section 3.4.

Asset Purchase Agreement” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser, the asset purchase agreement, liquidity agreement or other agreement among such CP Conduit Purchaser, the Funding Agent with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser and the APA Bank with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser, as amended, modified or supplemented from time to time.

Available CP Funding Amount” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser Group for any Business Day, the sum of (i) the portion of such CP Conduit Purchaser Group’s Class A Commitment Percentage of the Class A Initial Invested Amount to be funded by such CP Conduit Purchaser Group by issuing Commercial Paper if such Business Day is the Series 2010-6 Closing Date, (ii) the portion of the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group allocated to any CP Tranche, the CP Rate Period in respect of which expires on such Business Day and (iii) the portion of such CP Conduit Purchaser Group’s Purchaser Group Increase Amount for such Business Day to be funded by such CP Conduit Purchaser Group by issuing Commercial Paper.

Available Tenor” means, as of any date of determination and with respect to the then-current Benchmark, as applicable, any tenor for such Benchmark (or component thereof) or payment period for interest calculated with reference to such Benchmark (or component thereof), as applicable, that is or may be used for determining the length of an Interest Period for any term

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rate or otherwise, or for determining any frequency of making payments of interest calculated pursuant to this Supplement as of such date and not including, for the avoidance of doubt, any tenor for such Benchmark that is then-removed from the definition of “Interest Period” pursuant to Section 7.4(e).

Bail-In Action” means the exercise of any Write-Down and Conversion Powers by the applicable Resolution Authority in respect of any liability of an Affected Financial Institution.

Bail-In Legislation” means (a) with respect to any EEA Member Country implementing Article 55 of Directive 2014/59/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union, the implementing law, regulation, rule or requirement for such EEA Member Country from time to time which is described in the EU Bail-In Legislation Schedule and (b) with respect to the United Kingdom, Part I of the United Kingdom Banking Act 2009 (as amended from time to time) and any other law, regulation or rule applicable in the United Kingdom relating to the resolution of unsound or failing banks, investment firms or other financial institutions or their affiliates (other than through liquidation, administration or other insolvency proceedings).

Bank Accounts” is defined in Section 11.16(f).

Basel II” means the revised Basel Accord prepared by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision as set out in the publication entitled “International Convergence of Capital Measurements and Capital Standards: a Revised Framework,” as updated from time to time, and any rules, regulations, guidance, requests, interpretations or directives from any Official Body relating thereto (whether or not having the force of law).

Basel III” means the revised Basel Accord prepared by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision as set out in the publication entitled “A Global Regulatory Framework for More Resilient Banks and Banking Systems,” as updated from time to time, and any rules, regulations, guidance, requests, interpretations or directives from any Official Body relating thereto (whether or not having the force of law).

Benchmark” means, initially, Daily Simple SOFR; provided that if a Benchmark Transition Event and the related Benchmark Replacement Date have occurred with respect to Daily Simple SOFR or the then-current Benchmark, then “Benchmark” means the applicable Benchmark Replacement to the extent that such Benchmark Replacement has replaced such prior benchmark rate pursuant to Section 7.4(b).

Benchmark Replacement” means the sum of: (a) the alternate benchmark rate that has been selected by the Administrative Agent and ABRCF as the replacement for the then-current Benchmark giving due consideration to (i) any selection or recommendation of a replacement benchmark rate or the mechanism for determining such a rate by the Relevant Governmental Body or (ii) any evolving or then-prevailing market convention for determining a benchmark rate as a replacement for the then-current Benchmark for U.S. dollar-denominated syndicated credit facilities at such time and (b) the related Benchmark Replacement Adjustment.

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If the Benchmark Replacement as determined above would be less than the Floor, the Benchmark Replacement will be deemed to be the Floor for the purposes of this Supplement and the other Series 2010-6 Documents.

Benchmark Replacement Adjustment” means, with respect to any replacement of the then-current Benchmark with an Unadjusted Benchmark Replacement for any applicable Series 2010-6 Interest Period and Available Tenor for any setting of such Unadjusted Benchmark Replacement, the spread adjustment, or method for calculating or determining such spread adjustment, (which may be a positive or negative value or zero) that has been selected by the Administrative Agent and ABRCF giving due consideration to (i) any selection or recommendation of a spread adjustment, or method for calculating or determining such spread adjustment, for the replacement of such Benchmark with the applicable Unadjusted Benchmark Replacement by the Relevant Governmental Body on the applicable Benchmark Replacement Date and/or (ii) any evolving or then-prevailing market convention for determining a spread adjustment, or method for calculating or determining such spread adjustment, for the replacement of such Benchmark with the applicable Unadjusted Benchmark Replacement for U.S. dollar-denominated syndicated credit facilities at such time.

Benchmark Replacement Conforming Changes” means, with respect to any Benchmark Replacement, any technical, administrative or operational changes (including changes to the definitions of “Alternate Base Rate,” “Business Day,” “Daily Simple SOFR,” “Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR,” “U.S. Government Securities Business Day,” and “Series 2010-6 Interest Period,” timing and frequency of determining rates and making payments of interest, timing of borrowing requests or prepayment, conversion or continuation notices, length of lookback periods, the applicability of breakage provisions, and other technical, administrative or operational matters) that the Administrative Agent decides may be appropriate to reflect the adoption and implementation of such Benchmark Replacement and to permit the administration thereof by the Administrative Agent in a manner substantially consistent with market practice (or, if the Administrative Agent decides that adoption of any portion of such market practice is not administratively feasible or if the Administrative Agent determines that no market practice for the administration of such Benchmark Replacement exists, in such other manner of administration as the Administrative Agent decides is reasonably necessary in connection with the administration of this Supplement and the other Series 2010-6 Documents).

Benchmark Replacement Date” means, with respect to any Benchmark, the earlier to occur of the following events with respect to such then-current Benchmark:

(1) in the case of clause (1) or (2) of the definition of “Benchmark Transition Event,” the later of (a) the date of the public statement or publication of information referenced therein and (b) the date on which the administrator of such Benchmark (or the published component used in the calculation thereof) permanently or indefinitely ceases to provide all Available Tenors of such Benchmark (or such component thereof); and

(2) in the case of clause (3) of the definition of “Benchmark Transition Event,” the first date on which such Benchmark (or the published component used in the calculation thereof) has been determined and announced by the regulatory supervisor for the administrator of such Benchmark (or such component thereof) to be no longer representative; provided that such

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non-representativeness will be determined by reference to the most recent statement or publication referenced in such clause (3) and even if any Available Tenor of such Benchmark (or such component thereof) continues to be provided on such date.

For the avoidance of doubt, (i) if the event giving rise to the Benchmark Replacement Date occurs on the same day as, but earlier than, the Reference Time in respect of any determination, the Benchmark Replacement Date will be deemed to have occurred prior to the Reference Time for such determination and (ii) the “Benchmark Replacement Date” will be deemed to have occurred in the case of clause (1) or (2) with respect to any Benchmark upon the occurrence of the applicable event or events set forth therein with respect to all then-current Available Tenors of such Benchmark (or the published component used in the calculation thereof).

Benchmark Transition Event” means, with respect to any Benchmark, the occurrence of one or more of the following events with respect to such then-current Benchmark:

(1) a public statement or publication of information by or on behalf of the administrator of such Benchmark (or the published component used in the calculation thereof) announcing that such administrator has ceased or will cease to provide all Available Tenors of such Benchmark (or such component thereof), permanently or indefinitely, provided that, at the time of such statement or publication, there is no successor administrator that will continue to provide any Available Tenor of such Benchmark (or such component thereof);

(2) a public statement or publication of information by the regulatory supervisor for the administrator of such Benchmark (or the published component used in the calculation thereof), the Board, the NYFRB, an insolvency official with jurisdiction over the administrator for such Benchmark (or such component), a resolution authority with jurisdiction over the administrator for such Benchmark (or such component) or a court or an entity with similar insolvency or resolution authority over the administrator for such Benchmark (or such component), in each case, which states that the administrator of such Benchmark (or such component) has ceased or will cease to provide all Available Tenors of such Benchmark (or such component thereof) permanently or indefinitely; provided that, at the time of such statement or publication, there is no successor administrator that will continue to provide any Available Tenor of such Benchmark (or such component thereof); or

(3) a public statement or publication of information by the regulatory supervisor for the administrator of such Benchmark (or the published component used in the calculation thereof) announcing that all Available Tenors of such Benchmark (or such component thereof) are no longer, or as of a specified future date will no longer be, representative.

For the avoidance of doubt, a “Benchmark Transition Event” will be deemed to have occurred with respect to any Benchmark if a public statement or publication of information set forth above has occurred with respect to each then-current Available Tenor of such Benchmark (or the published component used in the calculation thereof).

Benchmark Unavailability Period” means, with respect to any Benchmark, the period (if any) (x) beginning at the time that a Benchmark Replacement Date pursuant to clauses (1) or (2) of that definition has occurred if, at such time, no Benchmark Replacement has

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replaced such then-current Benchmark for all purposes hereunder and under any Series 2010-6 Document in accordance with Section 7.4 and (y) ending at the time that a Benchmark Replacement has replaced such then-current Benchmark for all purposes hereunder and under any Series 2010-6 Document in accordance with Section 7.4.

Beneficial Ownership Certification” means a certification regarding beneficial ownership as required by the Beneficial Ownership Rule.

Beneficial Ownership Rule” means 31 C.F.R. §1010.230.

Benefited Purchaser Group” is defined in Section 11.3(a).

Board” means the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System or any successor thereto.

BRAC” means Budget Rent A Car System, Inc.

Business Day” means any day other than (a) a Saturday or a Sunday or (b) a day on which banking institutions in New York, New York, Charlotte, North Carolina, Chicago, Illinois or the city in which the corporate trust office of the Trustee is located are authorized or obligated by law or executive order to close; provided that, in relation to any portion of the Class A Invested Amount or the Class B Invested Amount bearing interest by reference to Daily Simple SOFR, and any interest rate settings for any such amounts, any such day that is only a U.S. Government Securities Business Day.

Certificate of Lease Deficit Demand” means a certificate substantially in the form of Annex A to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Certificate of Termination Date Demand” means a certificate substantially in the form of Annex D to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Certificate of Termination Demand” means a certificate substantially in the form of Annex C to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Certificate of Unpaid Demand Note Demand” means a certificate substantially in the form of Annex B to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Change in Control” means (a) ABG shall at any time cease to own or control, directly or indirectly, greater than 50% of the Voting Stock of ABCR, ARAC or BRAC or (b) either ABRCF or AESOP Leasing is no longer indirectly wholly-owned by ABCR.

Change in Law” means (a) any law, rule or regulation or any change therein or in the interpretation or application thereof (whether or not having the force of law), in each case, adopted, issued or occurring after February 15, 2008, (b) any request, guideline or directive (whether or not having the force of law) from any government or political subdivision or agency, authority, bureau, central bank, commission, department or instrumentality thereof, or any court, tribunal, grand jury or arbitrator, or any accounting board or authority (whether or not part of government) which is responsible for the establishment or interpretation of national or

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international accounting principles, in each case, whether foreign or domestic (each an “Official Body”) charged with the administration, interpretation or application thereof, or the compliance with any request or directive of any Official Body (whether or not having the force of law) made, issued or occurring after the Series 2010-6 Closing Date or (c) the compliance with, or application or implementation of, any of the foregoing or Basel II and/or Basel III by an Affected Party after the Series 2010-6 Closing Date.

Claim” is defined in Section 2.8.

Class” means a class of the Series 2010-6 Notes, which may be the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes or the Class R Notes.

Class A APA Bank Funded Amount” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser Group for any day, the excess, if any, of the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group over the Class A CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group for such day.

Class A Applicable Margin” is defined in the Fee Letter.

Class A Commitment Fee” is defined in Section 2.7(e).

Class A Commitment Fee Rate” is defined in the Fee Letter.

Class A Commitment Percentage” means, on any date of determination, with respect to any Purchaser Group, the ratio, expressed as a percentage, which the sum of such Purchaser Group’s Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount bears to the Class A Maximum Invested Amount on such date.

Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs” means, with respect to each Series 2010-6 Interest Period and any Purchaser Group, the excess, if any, of (i) the Class A Monthly Funding Costs of such Purchaser Group for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period over (ii) an amount equal to the sum for each day during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period of the product of (x) the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group on such day and (y) the sum of Daily Simple SOFR and 2.95%, divided by 360.

Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall” is defined in Section 3.3(i).

Class A Controlled Amortization Period” means the period commencing at the close of business on the Business Day immediately preceding the date on which the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date with respect to each Purchaser Group shall have occurred and continuing to the earliest of (i) the commencement of the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period, (ii) the date on which the Series 2010-6 Notes are fully paid and (iii) the termination of the Indenture.

Class A Controlled Distribution Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Class A Controlled Amortization Period, an amount equal to the excess of (x) one-third of the Class A Invested Amount on the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date (after giving effect to any Increase or Decrease on the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date) over (y) the aggregate

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amount of any Decreases made with respect to the Class A Notes during such Related Month pursuant to Section 2.5.

Class A CP Conduit Funded Amount” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser Group for any day, the portion of the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group funded by such CP Conduit Purchaser Group through the issuance of Commercial Paper outstanding on such day.

Class A Expected Final Distribution Date” means the Distribution Date falling in the fourth calendar month after the earlier of (x) the calendar month in which the Class A Controlled Amortization Period commences and (y) the calendar month in which the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period commences.

Class A Initial Invested Amount” has the meaning specified in Section 2.1(a)(iv).

Class A Invested Amount” means, on any date of determination, the sum of the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amounts with respect to each of the Purchaser Groups on such date.

Class A Maximum Invested Amount” means, on any date of determination, the sum of the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amounts with respect to each of the Purchaser Groups on such date. The Class A Maximum Invested Amount shall be reduced by the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount of each Non-Extending Purchaser Group on the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date with respect to such Purchaser Group.

Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” means, (1) prior to the Reduction Date, with respect to (a) any CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the amount set forth opposite the name of the CP Conduit Purchaser or CP Conduit Purchasers, as applicable, included in such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on Schedule I-A under the heading “Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such CP Conduit Purchaser Group became a party to this Supplement or (b) any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, the amount set forth opposite the name of such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group on Schedule I-A under the heading “Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group became a party to this Supplement, and (2) on or after the Reduction Date, with respect to (a) any CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the amount set forth opposite the name of the CP Conduit Purchaser or CP Conduit Purchasers, as applicable, included in such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on Schedule I-B under the heading “Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such CP Conduit Purchaser Group became a party to this Supplement or (b) any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, the amount set forth opposite the name of such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group on Schedule I-B under the heading “Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group became a party to this Supplement, in each case, as such amount may be increased or reduced from time to time as provided in Section 2.6. The Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect

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to each Non-Extending Purchaser Group shall be reduced to zero on the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date with respect to such Purchaser Group.

Class A Monthly Funding Costs” means, with respect to each Series 2010-6 Interest Period and:

(a)     any CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the sum of:

(i)     for each day during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, (A) with respect to a Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, the aggregate amount of Discount accruing on all outstanding Commercial Paper issued by, or for the benefit of, such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser to fund the Class A CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser on such day, (B) with respect to a Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, the aggregate amount of Discount accruing on or otherwise in respect of the Commercial Paper issued by, or for the benefit of, such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser allocated, in whole or in part, by the Funding Agent with respect to such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, to fund the purchase or maintenance of the Class A CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser or (C) with respect to a SOFR Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, the product of (x) the Class A CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on such day times (y) Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR for such day, divided by (z) 360; plus

(ii)     for each day during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, the sum of:

(A)     the product of (I) the portion of the Class A APA Bank Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group allocated to the Floating Tranche with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on such day times (II) the Alternate Base Rate plus the Class A Applicable Margin on such day, divided by (III) 365 (or 366, as the case may be) plus

(B)     the product of (I) the portion of the Class A APA Bank Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group allocated to the SOFR Tranche with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on such day times (II) Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR on such day plus the Class A Applicable Margin on such day in effect with respect thereto divided by (III) 360; plus

(iii)     for each day during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, the product of (A) the Class A CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on such day times (B) the Class A Program Fee Rate on such day divided by (C) 360; or

(b)     any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, the sum for each day during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period of the product of (i) the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group on such day times (ii) the sum of (A) Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR with respect to such day and (B) either (1) the Class A Program Fee Rate on such day or (2) in accordance with the terms of Section 2.7(h), the Class A Applicable Margin with respect to the SOFR Tranche on such day, as applicable, divided by (iii)

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360; provided, however, that if (x) any Change in Law shall make it unlawful for any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group to fund its Purchaser Group Invested Amount at the Benchmark, (y) the Administrative Agent or any Non-Conduit Purchaser determines (which determination shall be conclusive absent manifest error) that adequate and reasonable means do not exist for ascertaining the Benchmark or (z) any Non-Conduit Purchaser determines that the Benchmark will not adequately and fairly reflect the cost to such Non-Conduit Purchaser of funding the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, and in each such case such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group shall have notified the Administrative Agent in writing thereof (and not subsequently notified the Administrative Agent such circumstances no longer exist), the amount of Monthly Funding Costs for each day with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group will be calculated using the sum of (1) the Alternate Base Rate (or, if a Benchmark Replacement has been implemented in accordance with Section 7.4, such Benchmark Replacement) and (2) the Class A Program Fee Rate or, if the Class A Applicable Margin with respect to the SOFR Tranche would otherwise be used in clause (ii) above in this clause (b), the Class A Applicable Margin with respect to the SOFR Tranche on such day; provided, further, that, notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, on any day on which an Amortization Event shall have occurred and be continuing, the amount of Class A Monthly Funding Costs for such day with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser will be calculated using the sum of (1) the Alternate Base Rate for such day and (2) the Class A Applicable Margin with respect to the Floating Tranche on such day.

Class A Note” means any one of the Series 2010-6 Variable Funding Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class A, executed by ABRCF and authenticated by or on behalf of the Trustee, substantially in the form of Exhibit A-1.

Class A Noteholder” means a Person in whose name a Class A Note is registered in the Note Register.

Class A Program Fee Rate” is defined in the Fee Letter.

Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount” means, with respect to any Purchaser Group, (a) when used with respect to the A&R Effective Date, such Purchaser Group’s Class A Commitment Percentage of the Class A Initial Invested Amount, and (b) when used with respect to any other date, an amount equal to (i) the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group on the immediately preceding Business Day plus (ii) the Purchaser Group Increase Amount with respect to the Class A Notes with respect to such Purchaser Group on such date minus (iii) the amount of principal payments made with respect to the Class A Notes to such Purchaser Group pursuant to Section 3.5(f) on such date plus (iv) the amount of principal payments with respect to the Class A Notes recovered from such Purchaser Group by a trustee as a preference payment in a bankruptcy proceeding of a Demand Note Issuer or otherwise. For the avoidance of doubt, (x) so long as any Purchaser Group has failed to fund any portion of its Purchaser Group Increase Amount with respect to the Class A Notes with respect to any Increase Date (including any Delayed Amount), such unfunded amount shall not be included in the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount for such Purchaser Group unless and until such amount has been funded (including by Funding any Delayed Funding Reimbursement Amount, if applicable) and (y) any Delayed Amounts with respect to the Class A Notes funded on an Increase Date by a Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group shall be included

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in the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount for such Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group until the related Delayed Funding Reimbursement Amount has been funded.

Class A Scheduled Expiry Date” means, with respect to any Purchaser Group of the Class A Notes, April 1, 2024, as such date may be extended in accordance with Section 2.6(b).

Class A Senior Monthly Funding Costs” means, with respect to each Series 2010-6 Interest Period and any Purchaser Group, the excess of (a) the Class A Monthly Funding Costs over (b) the Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs, in each case, with respect to such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and such Purchaser Group.

Class A Senior Monthly Interest” means, with respect to any Series 2010-6 Interest Period, an amount equal to the product of (a) the average daily Class A Invested Amount during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, (b) the Class A Senior Note Rate for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and (c) the number of days in such Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Period divided by 360.

Class A Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall” has the meaning specified in Section 3.3(f).

Class A Senior Note Rate” means for any Series 2010-6 Interest Period, the interest rate equal to the product of (a) the percentage equivalent of a fraction, the numerator of which is equal to the sum of the Class A Senior Monthly Funding Costs with respect to each Purchaser Group for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and the denominator of which is equal to the average daily Class A Invested Amount during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and (b) a fraction, the numerator of which is 360 and the denominator of which is the number of days in such Series 2010-6 Interest Period; provided, however, that the Class A Senior Note Rate will in no event be higher than the maximum rate permitted by applicable law.

Class A/B Maximum Invested Amount” means the sum of (x) the Class A Maximum Invested Amount and (y) the Class B Maximum Invested Amount, in each case only taking into consideration the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amounts and Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amounts set forth on Schedule I-B of this Supplement, regardless of whether the Reduction Date has occurred.

Class B APA Bank Funded Amount” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser Group for any day, the excess, if any, of the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group over the Class B CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group for such day.

Class B Applicable Margin” is defined in the Fee Letter.

Class B Commitment Fee” is defined in Section 2.7(e).

Class B Commitment Fee Rate” is defined in the Fee Letter.

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Class B Commitment Percentage” means, on any date of determination, with respect to any Purchaser Group, the ratio, expressed as a percentage, which the sum of such Purchaser Group’s Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount bears to the Class B Maximum Invested Amount on such date.

Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs” means, with respect to each Series 2010-6 Interest Period and any Purchaser Group, the excess, if any, of (i) the Class B Monthly Funding Costs of such Purchaser Group for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period over (ii) an amount equal to the sum for each day during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period of the product of (x) the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group on such day and (y) the sum of Daily Simple SOFR and 4.00%, divided by 360.

Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall” is defined in Section 3.3(i).

Class B Controlled Amortization Period” means the period commencing at the close of business on the Business Day immediately preceding the date on which the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date with respect to each Purchaser Group shall have occurred and continuing to the earliest of (i) the commencement of the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period, (ii) the date on which the Series 2010-6 Notes are fully paid and (iii) the termination of the Indenture.

Class B Controlled Distribution Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during the Class B Controlled Amortization Period, an amount equal to the excess of (x) one-third of the Class B Invested Amount on the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date (after giving effect to any Increase or Decrease on the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date) over (y) the aggregate amount of any Decreases made with respect to the Class B Notes during such Related Month pursuant to Section 2.5.

Class B CP Conduit Funded Amount” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser Group for any day, the portion of the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group funded by such CP Conduit Purchaser Group through the issuance of Commercial Paper outstanding on such day.

Class B Expected Final Distribution Date” means the Distribution Date falling in the fourth calendar month after the earlier of (x) the calendar month in which the Class B Controlled Amortization Period commences and (y) the calendar month in which the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period commences.

Class B Initial Invested Amount” has the meaning specified in Section 2.1(a)(ii).

Class B Invested Amount” means, on any date of determination, the sum of the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amounts with respect to each of the Purchaser Groups on such date.

Class B Maximum Invested Amount” means, on any date of determination, the sum of the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amounts with respect to each of the Purchaser Groups on such date. The Class B Maximum Invested Amount shall be reduced by the

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Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount of each Non-Extending Purchaser Group on the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date with respect to such Purchaser Group.

Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” means, (1) prior to the Reduction Date, with respect to (a) any CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the amount set forth opposite the name of the CP Conduit Purchaser or CP Conduit Purchasers, as applicable, included in such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on Schedule I-A under the heading “Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such CP Conduit Purchaser Group became a party to this Supplement or (b) any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, the amount set forth opposite the name of such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group on Schedule I-A under the heading “Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group became a party to this Supplement, and (2) on or after the Reduction Date, with respect to (a) any CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the amount set forth opposite the name of the CP Conduit Purchaser or CP Conduit Purchasers, as applicable, included in such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on Schedule I-B under the heading “Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such CP Conduit Purchaser Group became a party to this Supplement or (b) any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, the amount set forth opposite the name of such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group on Schedule I-B under the heading “Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group became a party to this Supplement, in each case, as such amount may be increased or reduced from time to time as provided in Section 2.6. The Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to each Non-Extending Purchaser Group shall be reduced to zero on the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date with respect to such Purchaser Group.

Class B Monthly Funding Costs” means, with respect to each Series 2010-6 Interest Period and:

(a)     any CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the sum of:

(i)     for each day during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, (A) with respect to a Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, the aggregate amount of Discount accruing on all outstanding Commercial Paper issued by, or for the benefit of, such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser to fund the Class B CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser on such day, (B) with respect to a Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, the aggregate amount of Discount accruing on or otherwise in respect of the Commercial Paper issued by, or for the benefit of, such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser allocated, in whole or in part, by the Funding Agent with respect to such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, to fund the purchase or maintenance of the Class B CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser or (C) with respect to a SOFR Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, the product of (x) the Class B CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on such day times (y) Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR for such day, divided by (z) 360; plus

(ii)     for each day during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, the sum of:

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(A)     the product of (I) the portion of the Class B APA Bank Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group allocated to the Floating Tranche with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on such day times (II) the Alternate Base Rate plus the Class B Applicable Margin on such day, divided by (III) 365 (or 366, as the case may be) plus

(B)     the product of (I) the portion of the Class B APA Bank Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group allocated to the SOFR Tranche with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on such day times (II) Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR on such day plus the Class B Applicable Margin on such day in effect with respect thereto divided by (III) 360; plus

(iii)     for each day during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, the product of (A) the Class B CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on such day times (B) the Class B Program Fee Rate on such day divided by (C) 360; or

(b)     any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, the sum for each day during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period of the product of (i) the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group on such day times (ii) the sum of (A) Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR with respect to such day and (B) either (1) the Class B Program Fee Rate on such day or (2) in accordance with the terms of Section 2.7(h), the Class B Applicable Margin with respect to the SOFR Tranche on such day, as applicable, divided by (iii) 360; provided, however, that if (x) any Change in Law shall make it unlawful for any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group to fund its Purchaser Group Invested Amount at the Benchmark, (y) the Administrative Agent or any Non-Conduit Purchaser determines (which determination shall be conclusive absent manifest error) that adequate and reasonable means do not exist for ascertaining the Benchmark or (z) any Non-Conduit Purchaser determines that the Benchmark will not adequately and fairly reflect the cost to such Non-Conduit Purchaser of funding the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, and in each such case such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group shall have notified the Administrative Agent in writing thereof (and not subsequently notified the Administrative Agent such circumstances no longer exist), the amount of Monthly Funding Costs for each day with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group will be calculated using the sum of (1) the Alternate Base Rate (or, if a Benchmark Replacement has been implemented in accordance with Section 7.4, such Benchmark Replacement) and (2) the Class B Program Fee Rate or, if the Class B Applicable Margin with respect to the SOFR Tranche would otherwise be used in clause (ii) above in this clause (b), the Class B Applicable Margin with respect to the SOFR Tranche on such day; provided, further, that, notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, on any day on which an Amortization Event shall have occurred and be continuing, the amount of Class B Monthly Funding Costs for such day with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser will be calculated using the sum of (1) the Alternate Base Rate for such day and (2) the Class B Applicable Margin with respect to the Floating Tranche on such day.

Class B Note” means any one of the Series 2010-6 Variable Funding Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class B, executed by ABRCF and authenticated by or on behalf of the Trustee, substantially in the form of Exhibit A-2.

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Class B Noteholder” means a Person in whose name a Class B Note is registered in the Note Register.

Class B Program Fee Rate” is defined in the Fee Letter.

Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount” means, with respect to any Purchaser Group, (a) when used with respect to the A&R Effective Date, such Purchaser Group’s Class B Commitment Percentage of the Class B Initial Invested Amount, and (b) when used with respect to any other date, an amount equal to (i) the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group on the immediately preceding Business Day plus (ii) the Purchaser Group Increase Amount with respect to the Class B Notes with respect to such Purchaser Group on such date minus (iii) the amount of principal payments made with respect to the Class B Notes to such Purchaser Group pursuant to Section 3.5(f) on such date plus (iv) the amount of principal payments with respect to the Class B Notes recovered from such Purchaser Group by a trustee as a preference payment in a bankruptcy proceeding of a Demand Note Issuer or otherwise. For the avoidance of doubt, (x) so long as any Purchaser Group has failed to fund any portion of its Purchaser Group Increase Amount with respect to the Class B Notes with respect to any Increase Date (including any Delayed Amount), such unfunded amount shall not be included in the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount for such Purchaser Group unless and until such amount has been funded (including by Funding any Delayed Funding Reimbursement Amount, if applicable) and (y) any Delayed Amounts with respect to the Class B Notes funded on an Increase Date by a Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group shall be included in the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount for such Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group until the related Delayed Funding Reimbursement Amount has been funded.

Class B Scheduled Expiry Date” means, with respect to any Purchaser Group of the Class B Notes, March 31, 2023, as such date may be extended in accordance with Section 2.6(b).

Class B Senior Monthly Funding Costs” means, with respect to each Series 2010-6 Interest Period and any Purchaser Group, the excess of (a) the Class B Monthly Funding Costs over (b) the Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs, in each case, with respect to such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and such Purchaser Group.

Class B Senior Monthly Interest” means, with respect to any Series 2010-6 Interest Period, an amount equal to the product of (a) the average daily Class B Invested Amount during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, (b) the Class B Senior Note Rate for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and (c) the number of days in such Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Period divided by 360.

Class B Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall” has the meaning specified in Section 3.3(g).

Class B Senior Note Rate” means for any Series 2010-6 Interest Period, the interest rate equal to the product of (a) the percentage equivalent of a fraction, the numerator of which is equal to the sum of the Class B Senior Monthly Funding Costs with respect to each Purchaser Group for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and the denominator of which is equal to

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the average daily Class B Invested Amount during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and (b) a fraction, the numerator of which is 360 and the denominator of which is the number of days in such Series 2010-6 Interest Period; provided, however, that the Class B Senior Note Rate will in no event be higher than the maximum rate permitted by applicable law.

Class R Controlled Distribution Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period, an amount equal to (1) if the Class A Invested Amount or the Class B Invested Amount is greater than $0 as of the Distribution Date with respect to such Related Month, $0 and (2) if the Class A Invested Amount and the Class B Invested Amount have each been reduced to $0 as of the Distribution Date with respect to such Related Month, the Class R Invested Amount as of the last day of such Related Month.

Class R Initial Invested Amount” has the meaning specified in Section 2.3(a)(ii).

Class R Invested Amount” means, as of any date of determination, (a) when used with respect to the A&R Effective Date, the Class R Initial Invested Amount and (b) when used with respect to any other date, an amount equal to (i) the Class R Invested Amount on the immediately preceding Business Day plus (ii) the Increase Amount with respect to the Class R Notes on such date minus (iii) the amount of principal payments made on the Class R Notes pursuant to Section 3.5(e)(iii) or Section 3.5(f) on such date.

Class R Maximum Invested Amount” means, (1) prior to the Reduction Date, with respect to any Committed Note Purchaser, the amount set forth opposite the name of such Committed Note Purchaser on Schedule I-A under the heading “Class R Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” or in the Class R Supplement pursuant to which such Committed Note Purchaser became a party to this Supplement and (2) on and after the Reduction Date, with respect to any Committed Note Purchaser, the amount set forth opposite the name of such Committed Note Purchaser on Schedule I-B under the heading “Class R Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” or in the Class R Supplement pursuant to which such Committed Note Purchaser became a party to this Supplement, in each case, as such amount may be increased from time to time as provided in Section 2.6.

Class R Monthly Interest” means, with respect to any Series 2010-6 Interest Period, an amount equal to the product of (a) the average daily Class R Invested Amount during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, (b) the Class R Note Rate for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and (c) the number of days in such Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Period (assuming a 360-day year consisting of twelve 30-day months) divided by 360.

Class R Monthly Interest Shortfall” is defined in Section 3.3(j).

Class R Note” means any one of the Series 2010-6 Variable Funding Rental Car Asset Backed Notes, Class R, executed by ABRCF and authenticated by or on behalf of the Trustee, substantially in the form of Exhibit A-3.

Class R Note Rate” means 5.85%.

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Class R Noteholder” means a Person in whose name a Class R Note is registered in the Note Register.

Class R Supplement” is defined in Section 11.1(a).

Commercial Paper” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser, the promissory notes issued by, or for the benefit of, such CP Conduit Purchaser in the commercial paper market.

Committed Note Purchasers” means each entity listed as such on Schedule I or in the Class R Supplement pursuant to which such entity became a party to this Supplement.

Commitment” means, with respect to (a) the APA Banks included in any CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the obligation of such APA Banks to purchase (or maintain) a Class A Note and/or a Class B Note on the A&R Effective Date and, thereafter, to maintain and, subject to certain conditions, increase the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group, in each case, in an amount up to the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group, (b) any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, the obligation of the Related Non-Conduit Purchaser to purchase (or maintain) a Class A Note and/or a Class B Note on the A&R Effective Date and, thereafter, to maintain and, subject to certain conditions, increase the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, in each case, in an amount up to the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group or (c) any Committed Note Purchaser, the obligation of the Committed Note Purchaser to purchase (or maintain) a Class R Note on the A&R Effective Date and, thereafter, to maintain and, subject to certain conditions, increase the Class R Invested Amount with respect to such Committed Note Purchaser, in each case, in an amount that satisfies the Retention Test on the applicable Increase Date, up to the Class R Maximum Invested Amount with respect to such Committed Note Purchaser.

Commitment Amount” means, (A) with respect to the APA Banks included in any CP Conduit Purchaser Group, an amount equal to 102% of the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group or (B) with respect to any Non-Conduit Purchaser, an amount equal to the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser.

Commitment Percentage” means, on any date of determination, with respect to any Purchaser Group, the ratio, expressed as a percentage, which the sum of such Purchaser Group’s Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount and Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount bears to the Series 2010-6 Maximum Invested Amount on such date.

Company indemnified person” is defined in Section 2.8.

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Conduit Assignee” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser, any commercial paper conduit administered by the Funding Agent with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser and designated by such Funding Agent to accept an assignment from such CP Conduit Purchaser of the Purchaser Group Invested Amount or a portion thereof with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser pursuant to Section 11.1(b).

Confirmation Condition” means, with respect to any Bankrupt Manufacturer which is a debtor in Chapter 11 Proceedings, a condition that shall be satisfied upon the bankruptcy court having competent jurisdiction over such Chapter 11 Proceedings issuing an order that remains in effect approving (i) the assumption of such Bankrupt Manufacturer’s Manufacturer Program (and the related Assignment Agreements) by such Bankrupt Manufacturer or the trustee in bankruptcy of such Bankrupt Manufacturer under Section 365 of the Bankruptcy Code and at the time of such assumption, the payment of all amounts due and payable by such Bankrupt Manufacturer under such Manufacturer Program and the curing of all other defaults by the Bankrupt Manufacturer thereunder or (ii) the execution, delivery and performance by such Bankrupt Manufacturer of a new post-petition Manufacturer Program (and the related assignment agreements) on the same terms and covering the same Vehicles as such Bankrupt Manufacturer’s Manufacturer Program (and the related Assignment Agreements) in effect on the date such Bankrupt Manufacturer became subject to such Chapter 11 Proceedings and, at the time of the execution and delivery of such new post-petition Manufacturer Program, the payment of all amounts due and payable by such Bankrupt Manufacturer under such Manufacturer Program and the curing of all other defaults by the Bankrupt Manufacturer thereunder; provided that notwithstanding the foregoing, the Confirmation Condition shall be deemed satisfied until the 90th calendar day following the initial filing in respect of such Chapter 11 Proceedings.

Consent” is defined in Article V.

Consent Period Expiration Date” is defined in Article V.

Contingent Monthly Funding Costs” means, with respect to each Series 2010-6 Interest Period and any Purchaser Group, the sum of (i) the Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs and (ii) the Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs, in each case with respect to such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and such Purchaser Group.

Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall” is defined in Section 3.3(i).

CP Conduit Funded Amount” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser Group for any day, the portion of the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group funded by such CP Conduit Purchaser Group through the issuance of Commercial Paper outstanding on such day.

CP Conduit Purchaser” means each commercial paper conduit listed on Schedule I or party to a Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such commercial paper conduit became a party to this Supplement

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CP Conduit Purchaser Group” means, collectively, a CP Conduit Purchaser or CP Conduit Purchasers, as the case may be, and the APA Banks with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser or CP Conduit Purchasers.

CP Rate Period” means, with respect to any CP Tranche, a period of days not to exceed 270 days commencing on a Business Day selected in accordance with Section 2.7(b); provided that (x) if a CP Rate Period would end on a day that is not a Business Day, such CP Rate Period shall end on the next succeeding Business Day and (y) during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period and the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period, each CP Rate Period shall end on or prior to the next succeeding Distribution Date.

CP Tranche” means, with respect to a Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, a portion of the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser for which the Monthly Funding Costs with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser is calculated by reference to a particular Discount and a particular CP Rate Period.

Credit Agreement” means the Sixth Amended and Restated Credit Agreement, dated as of July 9, 2021, among Avis Budget Holdings, LLC, as Borrower, ABCR, as Borrower, the subsidiary borrowers referred to therein, the several lenders referred to therein, JPMorgan Chase, as Administrative Agent, Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., as Syndication Agent, each of Citibank, N.A., Bank of America, N.A., Barclays Bank PLC and Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, as Co-Documentation Agents, as amended, restated, modified, supplemented or waived from time to time in accordance with its terms.

Daily Simple SOFR” means, for any day (a “SOFR Rate Day”), SOFR for the day (such day, a “SOFR Determination Date”) that is five (5) U.S. Government Securities Business Days prior to (i) if such SOFR Rate Day is a U.S. Government Securities Business Day, such SOFR Rate Day or (ii) if such SOFR Rate Day is not a U.S. Government Securities Business Day, the U.S. Government Securities Business Day immediately preceding such SOFR Rate Day, in each case, as such SOFR is published by the SOFR Administrator on the SOFR Administrator’s Website.

 

DBRS” means DBRS, Inc.

DBRS Equivalent Rating” means, with respect to any Person not rated by DBRS, (i) if such Person is rated by all three of Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings, Ltd. (together, the “Equivalent Rating Agencies”), either (A) if at least two Equivalent Rating Agencies have provided equivalent long-term senior unsecured debt ratings with respect to such Person, the DBRS equivalent of such equivalent ratings (regardless of any rating from the other Equivalent Rating Agency) or (B) otherwise, the median of the DBRS equivalents of the long-term senior unsecured debt ratings for such Person provided by each of the three Equivalent Rating Agencies, (ii) if such Person is rated by any two of the Equivalent Rating Agencies, the DBRS equivalent of the lower of the long-term senior unsecured debt ratings for such Person provided by the relevant Equivalent Rating Agencies or (iii) if such Person is rated by only one of the Equivalent Rating Agencies,  the DBRS equivalent of the long-term senior unsecured debt rating for such Person provided by such Equivalent Rating Agency.

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DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Amount” means, as of any date of determination, an amount equal to the excess, if any, of (x) the sum of the following amounts with respect to each DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date: the product of (i) to the extent such amounts are included in the calculation of AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement Borrowing Base as of such date, all amounts receivable as of such date by AESOP Leasing or the Intermediary from such DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer and (ii) the DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Receivable Specified Percentage for such DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date over (y) the sum of the following amounts with respect to each DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date: the product of (i) the aggregate Net Book Value of any Vehicles subject to a Manufacturer Program from such Manufacturer that have had a Turnback Date but for which (A) AESOP Leasing or its Permitted Nominee continues to be named as the owner of the Vehicle on the Certificate of Title for such Vehicle and (B) AESOP Leasing or its agent continues to hold the Certificate of Title for such Vehicle and (ii) the DBRS Turnback Vehicle Specified Percentage for such DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date.

DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Receivable Specified Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, with respect to each DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer as of such date, the percentage (not to exceed 100%) most recently specified in writing by DBRS to ABRCF and the Trustee and consented to by the Requisite Noteholders with respect to such DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer; provided, however, that as of the A&R Effective Date the DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Receivable Specified Percentage for each DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer shall be 100%; provided, further, that the initial DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Receivable Specified Percentage with respect to any Manufacturer that becomes a DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer after the A&R Effective Date shall be 100%.

DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer” means, as of any date of determination, any Manufacturer that (i) is not a Bankrupt Manufacturer and (ii) does not have a long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, a DBRS Equivalent Rating) of at least “BBB (low)”; provided that any Manufacturer whose long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, its DBRS Equivalent Rating) is downgraded from at least “BBB (low)” to below “BBB (low)” after the A&R Effective Date shall not be deemed a DBRS Non-Investment Grade Manufacturer until the thirtieth (30th) calendar day following such downgrade.

DBRS Turnback Vehicle Specified Percentage” means, as of any date of determination: (i) with respect to each Manufacturer that has a long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, a DBRS Equivalent Rating) on such date of determination of at least “BB (low)” but less than “BBB (low)”, 65%; (ii) with respect to each Manufacturer that has a long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, a DBRS Equivalent Rating) on such date of determination of at least “B (low)” but less than “BB (low)”, 25%; and (iii) with respect to each Manufacturer that has a long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, a DBRS Equivalent Rating) on such date of determination of “CCC (high)” or below (or is not rated by DBRS or any Equivalent Rating Agency on such date of determination), 0%; provided that any Manufacturer whose long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS is downgraded after the A&R Effective Date (or, if such Manufacturer is

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not rated by DBRS, its DBRS Equivalent Rating is lowered as a result of such Manufacturer being downgraded by an Equivalent Rating Agency after the A&R Effective Date) shall be deemed to retain its long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, its DBRS Equivalent Rating) in effect immediately prior to such downgrade until the thirtieth (30th) calendar day following such downgrade.

Decrease” is defined in Section 2.5(a).

Deferrable Increase Notice” means a notice of Increase that provides that a Delayed Funding Notice may be provided by any Purchaser Group with respect to such Increase in accordance with Section 2.3(e).

Delayed Amount” is defined in Section 2.3(e).

Delayed Funding Date” is defined in Section 2.3(e).

Delayed Funding Notice” is defined in Section 2.3(e).

Delayed Funding Purchaser Group” is defined in Section 2.3(e).

Delayed Funding Reimbursement Amount” means, with respect to any Delayed Amount of a Delayed Funding Purchaser Group funded by Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Groups on an Increase Date, an amount equal to the excess, if any, of (a) such Delayed Amount over (b) the amount, if any, by which the portion of any principal payment made by ABRCF to such Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group pursuant to Section 2.5, Section 2.6 or Section 3.5 on any date during the period from and including such Increase Date to but excluding the Delayed Funding Date for such Delayed Amount, was greater than what it would have been had such Delayed Amount been funded by such Delayed Funding Purchaser Group on such Increase Date.

Demand Note Issuer” means each issuer of a Series 2010-6 Demand Note.

Demand Note Preference Payment Amount” means, as of any day, (i) the aggregate amount of all proceeds of demands made on the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes pursuant to Section 3.5(c)(iii) or 3.5(d)(ii) that were deposited into the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account and paid to the Series 2010-6 Noteholders during the one-year period ending on such day; provided, however, that if an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of 60 consecutive days) with respect to a Demand Note Issuer shall have occurred during such one-year period, the Demand Note Preference Payment Amount as of such day shall equal the Demand Note Preference Payment Amount as if it were calculated as of the date of such occurrence minus (ii) the aggregate amount withdrawn from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account or the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account and paid to a Funding Agent pursuant to Section 3.7(e) on account of a Preference Amount.

Designated Amounts” is defined in Article V.

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Disbursement” means any Lease Deficit Disbursement, any Unpaid Demand Note Disbursement, any Termination Date Disbursement or any Termination Disbursement under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit, or any combination thereof, as the context may require.

Discount” means as of any day, (a) with respect to any Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, the interest or discount component of the Commercial Paper issued by, or for the benefit of, such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser to fund or maintain the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, including an amount equal to the portion of the face amount of the outstanding Commercial Paper issued to fund or maintain the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser that corresponds to the portion of the proceeds of such Commercial Paper that was used to pay the interest or discount component of maturing Commercial Paper issued to fund or maintain such CP Conduit Funded Amount, to the extent that such CP Conduit Purchaser has not received payments of interest in respect of such interest component prior to the maturity date of such maturing Commercial Paper, and including the portion of such interest or discount component constituting dealer or placement agent commissions and (b) with respect to any Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, the amount of interest or discount to accrue on or in respect of the Commercial Paper issued by, or for the benefit of, such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser allocated, in whole or in part, by the Funding Agent with respect to such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, to fund the purchase or maintenance of the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser (including, without limitation, any interest attributable to the commissions of placement agents and dealers in respect of such Commercial Paper and any costs associated with funding small or odd-lot amounts, to the extent that such commissions or costs are allocated, in whole or in part, to such Commercial Paper by such Funding Agent); provided that with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser with respect to which JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. acts as the related APA Bank, “Discount” shall mean the amount of interest or discount to accrue on or in respect of the Commercial Paper issued by, or for the benefit of, such CP Conduit Purchaser allocated, in whole or in part, by the Funding Agent with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser, to fund the purchase or maintenance of the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser at the per annum rate calculated to yield the “weighted average cost” (as defined below) for such day in respect to Commercial Paper issued by such CP Conduit Purchaser on or after March 1, 2019; provided, however, that if any component of such rate is a discount rate, in calculating the Discount for such day, the rate resulting from converting such discount rate to an interest bearing equivalent rate per annum shall be used in calculating such component. As used in this definition, “weighted average cost” for any day means the sum (without duplication) of (i) the actual interest accrued during such day on outstanding Commercial Paper issued by such CP Conduit Purchaser on or after March 1, 2019 (excluding any Commercial Paper issued to and held by the related Funding Agent or any affiliate thereof, other than such Commercial Paper held as part of the market making activities of such CP Conduit Purchaser’s Commercial Paper dealer), (ii) the commissions of placement agents and dealers in respect of such Commercial Paper, (iii) any note issuance costs attributable to such Commercial Paper not constituting dealer fees or commissions, expressed as an annualized percentage of the aggregate principal component thereof, (iv) the actual interest accrued during such day on other borrowings by such CP Conduit Purchaser (as determined by its Funding Agent), including to fund small or odd dollar amounts that are not easily accommodated in the commercial paper market, which may include loans from CP Conduit Purchaser’s Funding Agent or its affiliates (such interest rate not to exceed, on any day, the

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Federal Funds Effective Rate in effect on such day plus 0.50%), and (v) incremental carrying costs incurred with respect to Commercial Paper maturing on dates other than those on which corresponding funds are received by such CP Conduit Purchaser, minus any accrual of income net of expenses received from investment of collections received under all receivable purchase facilities funded substantially with Commercial Paper.

EEA Financial Institution” means (a) any credit institution or financial institution established in any EEA Member Country which is subject to the supervision of an EEA Resolution Authority, (b) any entity established in an EEA Member Country which is a parent of an institution described in clause (a) of this definition, or (c) any financial institution established in an EEA Member Country which is a subsidiary of an institution described in clauses (a) or (b) of this definition and is subject to consolidated supervision with its parent.

 

EEA Member Country” means any of the member states of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway.

 

EEA Resolution Authority” means any public administrative authority or any Person entrusted with public administrative authority of any EEA Member Country (including any delegee) having responsibility for the resolution of any EEA Financial Institution.

 

Effective Date” is defined in Section 6.1.

Eligible Assignee” means a financial institution having short-term debt ratings of at least “A-1” from Standard & Poor’s and “P-1” from Moody’s.

EU Bail-In Legislation Schedule” means the EU Bail-In Legislation Schedule published by the Loan Market Association (or any successor Person), as in effect from time to time

EU Securitisation Regulation” means Regulation (EU) 2017/2402 of the European Parliament and of the Council and any related guidelines, guidance and regulatory technical standards or implementing technical standards (including any such guidelines or standards which are applicable pursuant to any transitional provisions of the Securitisation Regulation), each as amended, modified or supplemented from time to time as they apply to the transactions contemplated hereby.

Excess Collections” is defined in Section 3.3(e)(i).

Excluded Taxes” means, with respect to the Administrative Agent, any Non-Conduit Purchaser, any CP Conduit Purchaser, any Committed Note Purchaser, any APA Bank, any Funding Agent, any Program Support Provider or any other recipient of any payment to be made by or on account of any obligation of ABRCF hereunder, (a) income or franchise taxes imposed on (or measured by) its net income by the United States of America or by any other Governmental Authority, in each case, as a result of a present or former connection between the United States of America or the jurisdiction of such Governmental Authority imposing such tax, as the case may be, and the Administrative Agent, such Non-Conduit Purchaser, such CP Conduit Purchaser, such Committed Note Purchaser, such APA

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Bank, such Funding Agent, such Program Support Provider or any other such recipient (except a connection arising solely from the Administrative Agent’s, such Non-Conduit Purchaser’s, such CP Conduit Purchaser’s, such Committed Note Purchaser’s, such APA Bank’s, such Program Support Provider’s or such recipient’s having executed, delivered or performed its obligations hereunder, receiving a payment hereunder or enforcing the Series 2010-6 Notes) and (b) any branch profits tax imposed by the United States of America or any similar tax imposed by any other jurisdiction in which ABRCF is located (except any such branch profits or similar tax imposed as a result of a connection with the United States of America or other jurisdiction as a result of a connection arising solely from the Administrative Agent’s, such Non-Conduit Purchaser’s, such CP Conduit Purchaser’s, such Committed Note Purchaser’s, such APA Bank’s, such Program Support Provider’s or such recipient’s having executed, delivered or performed its obligations hereunder, receiving a payment hereunder or enforcing the Series 2010-6 Notes).

Expiry Date” means, with respect to any Purchaser Group, the earlier of (a) the applicable Scheduled Expiry Date with respect to such Purchaser Group and (b) the date on which an Amortization Event with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes shall have been declared or automatically occurred.

Extending Purchaser Group” means a Purchaser Group other than a Non-Extending Purchaser Group.

FATCA” means The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act as contained in Sections 1471 through 1474 of the Code, as amended, along with any regulations or official interpretations thereof and any agreement (including any intergovernmental agreement or any law implementing such intergovernmental agreement) entered into in connection therewith.

Federal Funds Effective Rate” means, for any day, the rate calculated by the NYFRB based on such day’s federal funds transactions by depositary institutions, as determined in such manner as shall be set forth on the NYFRB’s Website from time to time, and published on the next succeeding Business Day by the NYFRB as the effective federal funds rate; provided that if none of such rates are published for any day that is a Business Day, the term “Federal Funds Effective Rate” means the rate for a federal funds transaction quoted at 11:00 a.m. on such day received by the Administrative Agent from a federal funds broker of recognized standing selected by it; provided further that if the Federal Funds Effective Rate as so determined would be less than 0%, such rate shall be deemed to be 0% for the purposes of this Supplement.

Fee Letter” means the letter dated the A&R Effective Date, from ABRCF addressed to the Administrative Agent, each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each of the CP Conduit Purchasers, the Funding Agents and the APA Banks, setting forth certain fees payable from time to time to the Purchaser Groups, as such letter may be amended or replaced from time to time.

Finance Guide” means the Black Book Official Finance/Lease Guide.

Fitch” means Fitch Ratings, Inc.

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Floating Tranche” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the portion of the APA Bank Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group not allocated to the SOFR Tranche.

Floor” means the benchmark rate floor, if any, provided in this Supplement initially (as of the A&R Effective Date, the modification, amendment or renewal of this Supplement or otherwise) with respect to Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR. For the avoidance of doubt, the initial Floor for Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR shall be 0%.

Funding Agent” means, with respect to each CP Conduit Purchaser and its CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the agent bank set forth opposite the name of such CP Conduit Purchaser on Schedule I or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such CP Conduit Purchaser became a party to this Supplement.

Inclusion Date” means, with respect to any Vehicle, the date that is three months after the earlier of (i) the date such Vehicle became a Redesignated Vehicle and (ii) if the Manufacturer of such Vehicle is a Bankrupt Manufacturer, the date upon which the Event of Bankruptcy which caused such Manufacturer to become a Bankrupt Manufacturer first occurred.

Increase” is defined in Section 2.3(a).

Increase Amount” is defined in Section 2.3(a).

Increase Date” is defined in Section 2.3(a).

Indemnified Taxes” means Taxes other than Excluded Taxes.

Interest Rate Cap Counterparty” means ABRCF’s counterparty under a Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap.

JPMorgan Chase” is defined in the recitals hereto.

Lease Deficit Disbursement” means an amount drawn under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit pursuant to a Certificate of Lease Deficit Demand.

LOC Pro Rata Share” means, with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider as of any date, the fraction (expressed as a percentage) obtained by dividing (A) the available amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider’s Multi-Series Letter of Credit as of such date by (B) an amount equal to the aggregate available amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes under all Multi-Series Letters of Credit as of such date; provided that only for purposes of calculating the LOC Pro Rata Share with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider as of any date, if such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider has not complied with its obligation to pay the Trustee the amount of any draw under the Multi-Series Letter of Credit made prior to such date, the available amount under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit as of such date shall be treated as reduced (for calculation purposes only) by the amount of such unpaid demand and shall not be reinstated for purposes of such calculation unless and until the date as of which such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider has paid such

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amount to the Trustee and been reimbursed by the Lessee or the applicable Demand Note Issuer, as the case may be, for such amount (provided that the foregoing calculation shall not in any manner reduce the undersigned’s actual liability in respect of any failure to pay any demand under the Multi-Series Letter of Credit).

Market Value Average” means, as of any day, the percentage equivalent of a fraction, the numerator of which is the average of the Selected Fleet Market Value as of the preceding Determination Date and the two Determination Dates precedent thereto and the denominator of which is the sum of (a) the average of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Non-Program Vehicles (excluding (i) any Unaccepted Program Vehicles, (ii) any Excluded Redesignated Vehicles and (iii) any other Non-Program Vehicles that are subject to a Manufacturer Program with an Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer with respect to which no Manufacturer Event of Default has occurred and is continuing) and (b) the average of the aggregate Adjusted Net Book Value of all Adjusted Program Vehicles, in the case of each of clause (a) and (b) leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease and the Finance Lease as of the preceding Determination Date and the two Determination Dates precedent thereto.

Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser” means each CP Conduit Purchaser that is designated as such on Schedule I (or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such CP Conduit Purchaser became a party to this Supplement) or that, after the Series 2010-6 Closing Date, notifies ABRCF and the Administrative Agent in accordance with Section 2.7(d) in writing that it is funding its CP Conduit Funded Amount with Commercial Paper issued by it, or for its benefit, in specified CP Tranches selected in accordance with Sections 2.7(b) and (c) and that, in each case, has not subsequently notified ABRCF and the Administrative Agent in writing that ABRCF will no longer be permitted to select CP Tranches in accordance with Sections 2.7(b) and (c) in respect of the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser.

Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount” means, the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount and the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount.

Monthly Funding Costs” means, with respect to each Series 2010-6 Interest Period and any Purchaser Group, the sum of (i) the Class A Monthly Funding Costs and (ii) the Class B Monthly Funding Costs, in each case with respect to such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and such Purchaser Group.

Monthly Total Principal Allocation” means for any Related Month the sum of all Series 2010-6 Principal Allocations with respect to such Related Month.

Moody’s” means Moody’s Investors Service, Inc.

MS Purchaser Group” is defined in Section 2.11.

Multi-Series Letter of Credit” means an irrevocable letter of credit, if any, substantially in the form of Exhibit G issued by a Series 2010-6 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider in favor of the Trustee for the benefit, in whole or in part, of the Series 2010-6

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Noteholders (provided that a Multi-Series Letter of Credit may also benefit Noteholders of certain other Series).

Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date” means, with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit, the expiration date set forth in such Multi-Series Letter of Credit, as such date may be extended in accordance with the terms of such Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider” means any issuer of any Multi-Series Letter of Credit.

Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date” means the first to occur of (a) the date on which the Series 2010-6 Notes are fully paid and (b) the Series 2010-6 Termination Date.

Non-Conduit Purchaser” means each financial institution or other entity (other than a commercial paper conduit, APA Bank or Funding Agent) listed on Schedule I or party to a Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such financial institution or entity became a party to this Supplement.

Non-Conduit Purchaser Group” means a Non-Conduit Purchaser.

Non-Conduit Purchaser Participants” is defined in Section 11.1(f).

Non-Deferrable Draw Amount” means, with respect to any Purchaser Group as of any Increase Date, an amount equal to the lesser of (i) the excess, if any, of (x) 10% of the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Purchaser Group over (y) the portion of any Increase Amounts with respect to the Class A Notes or Class B Notes, as applicable, funded by such Purchaser Group during the preceding thirty-five (35) days pursuant to a Non-Deferrable Increase Notice or, to the extent of any decrease pursuant to Section 2.3(e) in the Delayed Amount with respect to the Class A Notes or Class B Notes, as applicable, set forth in a Delayed Funding Notice delivered by such Purchaser Group, a Deferrable Increase Notice and (ii) the excess, if any, of (x) the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Purchaser Group over (y) the sum of (1) the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount or Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Purchaser Group and (2) any unfunded Delayed Amounts with respect to the Class A Notes or Class B Notes, as applicable, with respect to such Purchaser Group, in each case as of such Increase Date.

Non-Deferrable Increase Notice” means a notice of Increase that provides that a Delayed Funding Notice may not be provided by any Purchaser Group with respect to such Increase in accordance with Section 2.3(e).

Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group” is defined in Section 2.3(f).

Non-Extending Purchaser Group” means any Purchaser Group who shall not have agreed to an extension of its applicable Scheduled Expiry Date pursuant to Section 2.6(b).

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NYFRB” means the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

NYFRB’s Website” means the website of the NYFRB at http://www.newyorkfed.org, or any successor source.

Optional Termination Date” is defined in Section 2.5(b).

Optional Termination Notice” is defined in Section 2.5(b).

Other Taxes” means any and all current or future stamp or documentary taxes or other excise or property taxes, charges or similar levies arising from any payment made under this Supplement, the Base Indenture, or any Related Documents or from the execution, delivery or enforcement of, or otherwise with respect to, this Supplement, the Base Indenture or any Related Document.

Outstanding” means, with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes, the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount shall not have been reduced to zero and all accrued interest and other amounts owing on the Series 2010-6 Notes and to the Administrative Agent, the Funding Agents, the CP Conduit Purchasers, the Committed Note Purchasers, the APA Banks and the Non-Conduit Purchasers hereunder shall not have been paid in full.

Past Due Rent Payment” is defined in Section 3.2(g).

Patriot Act” is defined in Section 11.26.

Payment” is defined in Section 9.10(a).

Payment Notice” is defined in Section 9.10(b).

Permitted Investments” means negotiable instruments or securities maturing on or before the Distribution Date next occurring after the investment therein, payable in Dollars, issued by an entity organized under the laws of the United States of America and represented by instruments in bearer or registered or in book-entry form which evidence (i) obligations the full and timely payment of which are to be made by or is fully guaranteed by the United States of America other than financial contracts whose value depends on the values or indices of asset values; (ii) demand deposits of, time deposits in, or certificates of deposit issued by, any depositary institution or trust company incorporated under the laws of the United States of America or any state thereof whose short-term debt is rated “P-1” by Moody’s and “A-1” or higher by Standard & Poor’s and subject to supervision and examination by Federal or state banking or depositary institution authorities; provided, however, that at the earlier of (x) the time of the investment and (y) the time of the contractual commitment to invest therein, the certificates of deposit or short-term deposits, if any, or long-term unsecured debt obligations (other than such obligation whose rating is based on collateral or on the credit of a Person other than such institution or trust company) of such depositary institution or trust company shall have a credit rating from Standard & Poor’s of “A-1+”, in the case of certificates of deposit or short-term deposits, or a rating from Standard & Poor’s not lower than “AA”, in the case of long-term unsecured debt obligations; (iii) commercial paper having, at the earlier of (x) the time of the investment and (y) the time of the contractual commitment to invest therein, a rating from

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Standard & Poor’s of “A-1+” and a rating from Moody’s of “P-1”; (iv) bankers’ acceptances issued by any depositary institution or trust company described in clause (ii) above; (v) investments in money market funds (x) rated “AAm” by Standard & Poor’s or otherwise approved in writing by Standard & Poor’s and (y) rated “Aaa” by Moody’s or otherwise approved in writing by Moody’s; (vi) Eurodollar time deposits having a credit rating from Standard & Poor’s of “A-1+” and a credit rating from Moody’s of at least “A3” or “P-1”; (vii) repurchase agreements involving any of the Permitted Investments described in clauses (i) and (vi) above and the certificates of deposit described in clause (ii) above which are entered into with a depository institution or trust company, having a commercial paper or short-term certificate of deposit rating of “A-1+” by Standard & Poor’s and “P-1” by Moody’s or which otherwise is approved as to collateralization by the Rating Agencies; and (viii) any other instruments or securities, if the Rating Agencies confirm in writing that the investment in such instruments or securities will not adversely affect any rating with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes and, so long as Standard & Poor’s and/or Moody’s rates the Commercial Paper issued by any CP Conduit Purchaser, Standard & Poor’s and/or Moody’s, as applicable, confirms in writing that the investment in such instruments or securities will not adversely affect any rating of the Commercial Paper issued by any CP Conduit Purchaser whose Commercial Paper is rated by Standard & Poor’s or Moody’s, as applicable, at such time.

Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser” means each CP Conduit Purchaser that is not (x) a Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser (or that was a Match Funding Conduit Purchaser and that, after the Series 2010-6 Closing Date, notifies ABRCF and the Administrative Agent in accordance with Section 2.7(d) in writing that ABRCF may no longer be permitted to select CP Tranches in respect to the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser) or (y) a SOFR Funding CP Conduit Purchaser.

Preference Amount” means any amount previously distributed to a member or members of a Purchaser Group on or relating to a Series 2010-6 Note that is recoverable or that has been recovered as a voidable preference by the trustee in a bankruptcy proceeding of a Demand Note Issuer pursuant to the Bankruptcy Code in accordance with a final nonappealable order of a court having competent jurisdiction.

Pre-Preference Period Demand Note Payments” means, as of any date of determination, the aggregate amount of all proceeds of demands made on the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes included in the Series 2010-6 Demand Note Payment Amount as of the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date that were paid by the Demand Note Issuers more than one year before such date of determination; provided, however, that if an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of 60 consecutive days) with respect to a Demand Note Issuer occurs during such one-year period, (x) the Pre-Preference Period Demand Note Payments as of any date during the period from and including the date of the occurrence of such Event of Bankruptcy to and including the conclusion or dismissal of the proceedings giving rise to such Event of Bankruptcy without continuing jurisdiction by the court in such proceedings shall equal the Pre-Preference Period Demand Note Payments as of the date of such occurrence and (y) the Pre-Preference Period Demand Note Payments as of any date after the conclusion or dismissal of such proceedings shall equal the Series 2010-6 Demand Note Payment Amount as of the date of the conclusion or dismissal of such proceedings.

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Pricing Increase Notice” is defined in Section 2.7(h).

Pricing Increase Rescission” is defined in Section 2.7(h).

Prime Rate” means the rate of interest last quoted by The Wall Street Journal as the “Prime Rate” in the U.S. or, if The Wall Street Journal ceases to quote such rate, the highest per annum interest rate published by the Federal Reserve Board in Federal Reserve Statistical Release H.15 (519) (Selected Interest Rates) as the “bank prime loan” rate or, if such rate is no longer quoted therein, any similar rate quoted therein (as determined by the Administrative Agent) or any similar release by the Board (as determined by the Administrative Agent). Each change in the Prime Rate shall be effective from and including the date such change is publicly announced or quoted as being effective.

Principal Deficit Amount” means, on any date of determination, the excess, if any, of (i) the sum of (a) the Class A Invested Amount on such date (after giving effect to the distribution of the Monthly Total Principal Allocation for the Related Month if such date is a Distribution Date) and (b) the Class B Invested Amount on such date (after giving effect to the distribution of the Monthly Total Principal Allocation for the Related Month if such date is a Distribution Date) over (ii) the sum of (a) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement Borrowing Base and (b) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the excess, if any, of (1) the AESOP II Loan Agreement Borrowing Base over (2) the AESOP II DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Amount on such date.

Pro Rata Share” means, with respect to any Purchaser Group, on any date, the ratio, expressed as a percentage, which the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Purchaser Group bears to the Class A Invested Amount or the Class B Invested Amount, as applicable, on such date.

Program Support Provider” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser, the APA Bank with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser and any other or additional Person now or hereafter extending credit, or having a commitment to extend credit to or for the account of, or to make purchases from, such CP Conduit Purchaser or issuing a letter of credit, surety bond or other instrument to support any obligations arising under or in connection with such CP Conduit Purchaser’s securitization program.

Purchase Effective Date” is defined in Section 2.6(d).

Purchaser Group” means a CP Conduit Purchaser Group or a Non-Conduit Purchaser Group.

Purchaser Group Addition Date” is defined in Section 2.6(e).

Purchaser Group Increase Amount” means, with respect to any Purchaser Group, for any Business Day, such Purchaser Group’s Class A Commitment Percentage and/or Class B Commitment Percentage, as applicable, of the Increase Amount with respect to the Class A Notes or the Class B Notes, if any, on such Business Day.

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Purchaser Group Invested Amount” means, with respect to any Purchaser Group, the sum of (i) the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount and (ii) the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount, in each case with respect to such Purchaser Group.

Purchaser Group Supplement” is defined in Section 11.1(e).

Qualified Interest Rate Cap Counterparty” means a counterparty to a Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap that is a bank, other financial institution or Person which has, or has all of its obligations under its Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap guaranteed by a Person that has a long-term senior, unsecured debt, deposit, claims paying or credit (as the case may be) rating of at least “BBB” from DBRS, a long-term senior unsecured debt, deposit, claims paying or credit (as the case may be) rating of at least “Baa2” from Moody’s or a long-term senior unsecured debt, deposit, claims paying or credit (as the case may be) rating of at least “BBB” from Standard & Poor’s.

Record Date” means, with respect to each Distribution Date, the immediately preceding Business Day.

Reduction Date” means October 31, 2022.

Reference Time” with respect to any setting of the then-current Benchmark means (1) if such Benchmark is Daily Simple SOFR, four Business Days prior to such setting, and (2) if such Benchmark is not Daily Simple SOFR, the time determined by the Administrative Agent in its reasonable discretion.

Related Additional APA Banks” is defined in Section 2.6(e).

Related Non-Conduit Purchaser” means, with respect to any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, the Non-Conduit Purchaser that constitutes such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group.

Related Purchaser Group” means, with respect to (a) any Funding Agent, each CP Conduit Purchaser identified next to such Funding Agent on Schedule I and each APA Bank identified on Schedule I next to such CP Conduit Purchaser or CP Conduit Purchasers, as applicable, or the CP Conduit Purchaser or CP Conduit Purchasers and APA Bank party to the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such Funding Agent became a party to this Supplement, (b) any CP Conduit Purchaser, the CP Conduit Purchaser Group of which such CP Conduit Purchaser is a member and (c) any Non-Conduit Purchaser, the Non-Conduit Purchaser Group that such Non-Conduit Purchaser constitutes.

Relevant Governmental Body” means the Board and/or the NYFRB, or a committee officially endorsed or convened by the Board and/or the NYFRB, or, in each case, any successor thereto.

Replacement Credit Agreement” means any credit agreement or similar facility entered into by Avis Budget Holdings, LLC, ABCR and/or any affiliate of either entity, that refinances or replaces the Credit Agreement, as such Replacement Credit Agreement may be

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amended, restated, modified, supplemented or waived from time to time in accordance with its terms.

Requisite Noteholders” means Purchaser Groups having Commitment Percentages aggregating more than 50% (or if all Commitments have terminated, Purchaser Groups whose aggregate Purchaser Group Invested Amounts exceed 50% of the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount); provided, however, that on any date on which there are fewer than three Purchaser Groups (solely for the purposes of this proviso, Purchaser Groups members of which are Affiliates of members of another Purchaser Group shall be deemed to be one Purchaser Group), “Requisite Noteholders” means all Purchaser Groups, collectively.

Resolution Authority” means an EEA Resolution Authority or, with respect to any UK Financial Institution, a UK Resolution Authority.

Retained Interest” means a material net economic interest in the form of the retention of the first loss tranche (within the meaning of paragraph 3(d) of Article 6 of the Securitisation Regulations) by way of holding Class R Notes with a Class R Invested Amount of not less than 5% of the Retention Basis Amount.

Retention Basis Amount” means the nominal value of the Collateral that will be secured under the Indenture as a result of the Issuer’s use of the proceeds from the issuance of the Series 2010-6 Notes.

Retention Test” means a test that will be satisfied if as of (x) the A&R Effective Date, the Class R Initial Invested Amount equals or exceeds 5.21% of the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount (after giving effect to the funding of the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes and the Class R Notes on the A&R Effective Date) and (y) any Increase Date, the Class R Invested Amount equals or exceeds the higher of (1) 5.21% of the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount (after giving effect to the funding of the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes and the Class R Notes on such Increase Date) and (2) the amount determined by the Administrator that is required to maintain compliance with the U.S. Risk Retention Rules.

Sanctions” means all economic or financial sanctions or trade embargoes imposed, administered or enforced from time to time by (a) the U.S. government, including those administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the U.S. Department of the Treasury or the U.S. Department of State, or (b) the United Nations Security Council, the European Union, any European Union member state, Her Majesty’s Treasury of the United Kingdom or other relevant sanctions authority.

Sanctioned Country” means at any time, a country, region or territory which is itself the subject or target of any Sanctions (including Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Russia, Syria, Venezuela, the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic, the so-called Luhansk People’s Republic, and the Crimea region of Ukraine).

Sanctioned Person” means at any time, (a) any Person listed in any Sanctions-related list of designated Persons maintained by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the U.S. Department of State, or by the United Nations Security Council, the European Union, any European Union member state, Her Majesty’s Treasury of the

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United Kingdom or other relevant sanctions authority, (b) any Person operating, organized or resident in a Sanctioned Country or (c) any Person owned or controlled by any such Person or Persons described in the foregoing clauses (a) or (b).

Schedule I” means, unless otherwise specified, (i) prior to the Reduction Date, Schedule I-A hereto and (ii) on and after the Reduction Date, Schedule I-B hereto, in either case, as modified to include any revised schedule in connection with a Purchaser Group Supplement.

Scheduled Expiry Date” means either the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date or the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date, as applicable.

Securitisation Regulations” means the EU Securitisation Regulation and the U.K. Securitisation Regulation.

Selected Fleet Market Value” means, with respect to all Adjusted Program Vehicles and all Non-Program Vehicles (excluding (i) any Unaccepted Program Vehicles, (ii) any Excluded Redesignated Vehicles and (iii) any other Non-Program Vehicles that are subject to a Manufacturer Program with an Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer with respect to which no Manufacturer Event of Default has occurred and is continuing) as of any date of determination, the sum of the respective Market Values of each such Adjusted Program Vehicle and each such Non-Program Vehicle, in each case subject to the AESOP I Operating Lease or the Finance Lease as of such date. For purposes of computing the Selected Fleet Market Value, the “Market Value” of an Adjusted Program Vehicle or a Non-Program Vehicle means the market value of such Vehicle as specified in the most recently published NADA Guide for the model class and model year of such Vehicle based on the average equipment and the average mileage of each Vehicle of such model class and model year then leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease and the Finance Lease; provided, that if the NADA Guide is not being published or the NADA Guide is being published but such Vehicle is not included therein, the Market Value of such Vehicle shall be based on the market value specified in the most recently published Finance Guide for the model class and model year of such Vehicle based on the average equipment and the average mileage of each Vehicle of such model class and model year then leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the Finance Lease; provided, further, that if the Finance Guide is being published but such Vehicle is not included therein, the Market Value of such Vehicle shall mean (x) in the case of an Adjusted Program Vehicle, the Adjusted Net Book Value of such Adjusted Program Vehicle and (y) in the case of a Non-Program Vehicle, the Net Book Value of such Non-Program Vehicle provided, further, that if the Finance Guide is not being published, the Market Value of such Vehicle shall be based on an independent third-party data source selected by the Administrator and approved by each Rating Agency that is rating any Series of Notes at the request of ABRCF based on the average equipment and average mileage of each Vehicle of such model class and model year then leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the Finance Lease; provided, further, that if no such third-party data source or methodology shall have been so approved or any such third-party data source or methodology is not available, the Market Value of such Vehicle shall be equal to a reasonable estimate of the wholesale market value of such Vehicle as determined by the Administrator, based on the Net Book Value of such Vehicle and any other factors deemed relevant by the Administrator.

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Senior Monthly Funding Costs” means, with respect to each Series 2010-6 Interest Period and any Purchaser Group, the sum of (i) the Class A Senior Monthly Funding Costs and (ii) the Class B Senior Monthly Funding Costs, in each case, with respect to such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and such Purchaser Group.

Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account” is defined in Section 3.1(b).

Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement Borrowing Base” means, as of any date of determination, the product of (a) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of such date and (b) the excess of (i) the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement Borrowing Base as of such date over (ii) the DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Amount as of such date.

Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage (which percentage shall never exceed 100%), the numerator of which is the Series 2010-6 Required AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Amount as of such date and the denominator of which is the sum of the Required AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Amounts for all Series of Notes as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Agent” is defined in the recitals hereto.

Series 2010-6 Allocated Cash Amount” means, as of any date of determination, an amount equal to (x) all cash on deposit in the Collection Account as of such date times (y) the Series 2010-6 Invested Percentage (calculated with respect to Principal Collections) as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the lesser of (a) the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount on such date and (b) the aggregate outstanding principal amount of the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes on such date.

Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (a) the Series 2010-6 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount as of such date under each Multi-Series Letters of Credit on which no draw has been made pursuant to Section 3.8(c), and (b) if the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded pursuant to Section 3.8, the Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount on such date.

Series 2010-6 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount” means, as of any date of determination, an amount equal to the sum, for each Multi-Series Letter of Credit, of (1) the aggregate amount available to be drawn on such date under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit times (2) an amount (expressed as a percentage) equal to the Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount divided by “Required Liquidity Amount” for each applicable Series for which such Multi-Series Letter of Credit is providing credit enhancement.

Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the amount on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account (after giving effect to any deposits thereto and withdrawals and releases therefrom on such date).

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Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the amount on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account (after giving effect to any deposits thereto and withdrawals and releases therefrom on such date).

Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account” is defined in Section 3.8(e).

Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account Collateral” is defined in Section 3.8(a).

Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account Surplus” means, with respect to any Distribution Date, the lesser of (a) the Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount and (b) the lesser of (A) the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Liquidity Amount (after giving effect to any withdrawal from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account on such Distribution Date) over the Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount on such Distribution Date and (B) the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount (after giving effect to any withdrawal from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account on such Distribution Date) over the Series 2010-6 Required Enhancement Amount on such Distribution Date; provided, however, that, on any date after the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date, the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account Surplus shall mean the excess, if any, of (x) the Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount over (y) the Series 2010-6 Demand Note Payment Amount minus the Pre-Preference Period Demand Note Payments as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, the percentage equivalent of a fraction, the numerator of which is the Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Amount as of such date and the denominator of which is the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Below Investment Grade Non-Program Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (a) 37.50% and (b) the greater of (x) the highest, for any calendar month within the preceding twelve calendar months, of an amount (not less than zero) equal to 100% minus the Measurement Month Average for the immediately preceding Measurement Month and (y) the highest, for any calendar month within the preceding three calendar months, of an amount (not less than zero) equal to 100% minus the Market Value Average as of the Determination Date within such calendar month (excluding the Market Value Average for any Determination Date which has not yet occurred).

Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Below Investment Grade Program Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, 36.25%.

Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Investment Grade Non-Program Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (a) 28.50% and (b) the greater of (x) the highest, for any calendar month within the preceding twelve calendar months, of an amount (not less than zero) equal to 100% minus the Measurement Month Average for the immediately preceding Measurement Month and (y) the highest, for any calendar month within the preceding three calendar months, of an amount (not less than zero) equal to 100% minus the Market Value Average as of the Determination Date within such calendar month (excluding the Market Value Average for any Determination Date which has not yet occurred).

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Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Investment Grade Program Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, 13.25%.

Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Required Enhancement Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the product of (i) the Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Required Enhancement Percentage as of such date and (ii) an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Class A Invested Amount as of such date minus the Series 2010-6 Allocated Cash Amount.

Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Required Enhancement Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (i) the product of (A) the Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Investment Grade Program Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2010-6 DBRS Investment Grade Program Vehicle Percentage as of such date, (ii) the product of (A) the Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Investment Grade Non-Program Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2010-6 DBRS Investment Grade Non-Program Vehicle Percentage as of such date, (iii) the product of (A) the Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Below Investment Grade Program Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2010-6 Below Investment Grade Program Vehicle Percentage as of such date, (iv) the product of (A) the Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Below Investment Grade Non-Program Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2010-6 DBRS Below Investment Grade Non-Program Vehicle Percentage as of such date and (v) the product of (A) the Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Trucks Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2010-6 DBRS Trucks Percentage as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Trucks Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, 55.00%.

Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Below Investment Grade Non-Program Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (a) 28.00% and (b) the greater of (x) the highest, for any calendar month within the preceding twelve calendar months, of an amount (not less than zero) equal to 100% minus the Measurement Month Average for the immediately preceding Measurement Month and (y) the highest, for any calendar month within the preceding three calendar months, of an amount (not less than zero) equal to 100% minus the Market Value Average as of the Determination Date within such calendar month (excluding the Market Value Average for any Determination Date which has not yet occurred).

Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Below Investment Grade Program Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, 27.00%.

Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Investment Grade Non-Program Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (a) 21.00% and (b) the greater of (x) the highest, for any calendar month within the preceding twelve calendar months, of an amount (not less than zero) equal to 100% minus the Measurement Month Average for the immediately preceding Measurement Month and (y) the highest, for any calendar month within the preceding three calendar months, of an amount (not less than zero) equal to 100% minus the Market Value Average as of the Determination Date within such calendar month (excluding the Market Value Average for any Determination Date which has not yet occurred).

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Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Investment Grade Program Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, 9.85%.

Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Required Enhancement Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the product of (i) the Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Required Enhancement Percentage as of such date and (ii) an amount equal to the sum of (x) the Class A Invested Amount as of such date and (y) the Class B Invested Amount as of such date, minus the Series 2010-6 Allocated Cash Amount.

Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Required Enhancement Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (i) the product of (A) the Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Investment Grade Program Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2010-6 DBRS Investment Grade Program Vehicle Percentage as of such date, (ii) the product of (A) the Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Investment Grade Non-Program Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2010-6 DBRS Investment Grade Non-Program Vehicle Percentage as of such date, (iii) the product of (A) the Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Below Investment Grade Program Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2010-6 Below Investment Grade Program Vehicle Percentage as of such date, (iv) the product of (A) the Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Below Investment Grade Non-Program Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2010-6 DBRS Below Investment Grade Non-Program Vehicle Percentage as of such date and (v) the product of (A) the Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Trucks Enhancement Rate as of such date and (B) the Series 2010-6 DBRS Trucks Percentage as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Trucks Enhancement Rate” means, as of any date of determination, 48.00%.

Series 2010-6 Closing Date” means October 22, 2010.

Series 2010-6 Collateral” means the Collateral, each Multi-Series Letter of Credit, each Series 2010-6 Demand Note, the Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Collateral, the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account Collateral, the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account Collateral and the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account Collateral.

Series 2010-6 Collection Account” is defined in Section 3.1(b).

Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period” means either the Class A Controlled Amortization Period or the Class B Controlled Amortization Period.

Series 2010-6 Controlled Distribution Amount” means, with respect to any Related Month during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period, the sum of (i) the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount or the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Related Month and (ii) the Class R Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to such Related Month.

Series 2010-6 DBRS Below Investment Grade Non-Program Vehicle Percentage” means as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage, (a) the numerator of which is the excess of (x) the aggregate Net Book Value of all Non-Program Vehicles (other than “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks) leased under the AESOP I

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Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease that were manufactured by a Manufacturer that does not have a long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, a DBRS Equivalent Rating) of at least “BBB (low)” over (y) the aggregate Net Book Value of all the Non-Program Vehicles (other than “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks) included in the numerator of the Series 2010-6 DBRS Below Investment Grade Program Vehicle Percentage as of such date of determination (b) the denominator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease as of such date.

Series 2010-6 DBRS Below Investment Grade Program Vehicle Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage, (a) the numerator of which is the sum, without duplication, of (1) the aggregate Net Book Value of all Program Vehicles (other than “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks) leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease that were manufactured by an Eligible Program Manufacturer that does not have a long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, a DBRS Equivalent Rating) of at least “BBB (low)” and (2) so long as no Manufacturer Event of Default has occurred and is continuing with respect to such Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer, the aggregate Net Book Value of all Non-Program Vehicles (other than “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks) leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease that (i) were manufactured by an Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer that does not have a long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, a DBRS Equivalent Rating) of at least “BBB (low)” and (ii) are subject to a Manufacturer Program and remain eligible for repurchase thereunder as of such date and (b) the denominator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease as of such date.

Series 2010-6 DBRS Investment Grade Non-Program Vehicle Percentage” means as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage, (a) the numerator of which is the excess of (x) the aggregate Net Book Value of all Non-Program Vehicles (other than “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks) leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease that were manufactured by a Manufacturer that has a long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, a DBRS Equivalent Rating) of “BBB (low)” or higher over (y) the aggregate Net Book Value of all the Non-Program Vehicles (other than “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks) included in the numerator of the Series 2010-6 DBRS Investment Grade Program Vehicle Percentage as of such date of determination and (b) the denominator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease as of such date.

Series 2010-6 DBRS Investment Grade Program Vehicle Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage, (a) the numerator of which is the sum, without duplication, of (1) the aggregate Net Book Value of all Program Vehicles (other than “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks) leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease that were manufactured by an Eligible Program Manufacturer that has a long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, a DBRS Equivalent Rating) of “BBB (low)” or higher and (2) so long as no

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Manufacturer Event of Default has occurred and is continuing with respect to such Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer, the aggregate Net Book Value of all Non-Program Vehicles (other than “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks) leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease that (i) were manufactured by an Eligible Non-Program Manufacturer that has a long-term senior unsecured debt rating from DBRS (or, if such Manufacturer is not rated by DBRS, a DBRS Equivalent Rating) of “BBB (low)” or higher and (ii) are subject to a Manufacturer Program and remain eligible for repurchase thereunder as of such date and (b) the denominator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease as of such date.

Series 2010-6 DBRS Trucks Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage, (a) the numerator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease that are “medium duty” or “heavy duty” trucks as of such date and (b) the denominator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the AESOP II Operating Lease as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Demand Note” means each demand note made by a Demand Note Issuer, substantially in the form of Exhibit D as amended, modified or restated from time to time.

Series 2010-6 Demand Note Payment Amount” means, as of the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date, the aggregate amount of all proceeds of demands made on the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes pursuant to Section 3.5(c)(iii) or 3.5(d)(ii) that were deposited into the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account and paid to the Series 2010-6 Noteholders during the one-year period ending on the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date; provided, however, that if an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of 60 consecutive days) with respect to a Demand Note Issuer shall have occurred during such one-year period, the Series 2010-6 Demand Note Payment Amount as of the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date shall equal the Series 2010-6 Demand Note Payment Amount as if it were calculated as of the date of such occurrence.

Series 2010-6 Deposit Date” is defined in Section 3.2.

Series 2010-6 Distribution Account” is defined in Section 3.9(a).

Series 2010-6 Distribution Account Collateral” is defined in Section 3.9(d).

Series 2010-6 Documents” means each of this Supplement, the Series 2010-6 Notes, the Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap, the Fee Letter, the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes, the Multi-Series Letters of Credit and any other related documents executed in connection with an issuance of the Series 2010-6 Notes or activities related thereto.

Series 2010-6 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider” means a Person satisfactory to ABCR and the Demand Note Issuers and having, at the time of the issuance of the related Multi-Series Letter of Credit, a long-term senior unsecured debt, deposit, claims paying or credit (as the case may be) rating of at least “BBB” from DBRS, a long-term senior unsecured debt, deposit, claims paying or credit (as the case may be) rating of at least “Baa2” from Moody’s or a long-

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term senior unsecured debt, deposit, claims paying or credit (as the case may be) rating of at least “BBB” from Standard & Poor’s; provided that if a Person is not a Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider (or a letter of credit provider under the Supplement for any other Series of Notes), then such Person shall not be a Series 2010-6 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider until ABCR has provided 10 days’ prior notice to the Rating Agencies, Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s and the Administrative Agent that such a Person has been proposed as a Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider.

Series 2010-6 Enhancement” means the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account Collateral, the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes, the Series 2010-6 Overcollateralization Amount and the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account Amount.

Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (i) the Series 2010-6 Overcollateralization Amount as of such date, (ii) the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount as of such date, (iii) the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount as of such date and (iv) the amount of cash and Permitted Investments on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Collection Account (not including amounts allocable to the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account) and the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Enhancement Deficiency” means, on any date of determination, the amount by which the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount is less than the Series 2010-6 Required Enhancement Amount as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account” is defined in Section 3.1(b).

Series 2010-6 Incremental Enhancement Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of:

(i)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Mitsubishi and leased under the Leases as of the immediately preceding Business Day over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Mitsubishi Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Mitsubishi and leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Mitsubishi and leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day over (B) 10% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day;

(ii)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Isuzu and leased

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under the Leases as of the immediately preceding Business Day over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Isuzu Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Isuzu and leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Isuzu and leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day over (B) 10% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day;

(iii)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Subaru and leased under the Leases as of the immediately preceding Business Day over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Subaru Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Subaru and leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Subaru and leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day over (B) 12.5% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day;

(iv)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Hyundai and leased under the Leases as of the immediately preceding Business Day over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Hyundai Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Hyundai and leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Hyundai and leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day over (B) 55% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day;

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(v)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Suzuki and leased under the Leases as of the immediately preceding Business Day over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Suzuki Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Suzuki and leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Suzuki and leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day over (B) 10% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day;

(vi)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Kia and leased under the Leases as of the immediately preceding Business Day over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Kia Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Kia and leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Kia and leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day over (B) 55% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day;

(vii)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Tesla and leased under the Leases as of the immediately preceding Business Day over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Tesla Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Tesla and leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Tesla and leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day over (B) 10% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day;

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(viii)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Land Rover and leased under the Leases as of the immediately preceding Business Day over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Land Rover Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Land Rover and leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Land Rover and leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day over (B) 10% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day;

(ix)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Jaguar and leased under the Leases as of the immediately preceding Business Day over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Jaguar Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Jaguar and leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Jaguar and leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day over (B) 10% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day;

(x)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of (A) if the Springing Amendment Condition (Non-Perfected Lien) is not satisfied, the Specified States Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Specified States Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day or (B) if the Springing Amendment Condition (Non-Perfected Lien) is satisfied, the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Operating Leases with respect to which the lien under the Indenture is not perfected through a notation of such lien on the Certificate of Title or otherwise over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Non-Perfected Vehicle Amount (as applicable) as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles titled in the States of Ohio, Oklahoma, and Nebraska and leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles titled in the States of Ohio, Oklahoma and Nebraska and leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business

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Day over (B) 10% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day;

(xi)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the Non-Eligible Manufacturer Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Non-Eligible Manufacturer Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles manufactured by Manufacturers other than Eligible Non-Program Manufacturers and leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day over (B) 10% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day;

(xii)     the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases as of the immediately preceding Business Day that were used vehicles at the time of their acquisition over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Used Vehicle Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day that were used vehicles at the time of their acquisition and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day that were used vehicles at the time of their acquisition over (B) 25% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day; and

(xiii)     if the Springing Amendment Condition (Trucks) has been satisfied, the greater of (x) the Series 2010-6 Percentage of the excess, if any, of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases as of the immediately preceding Business Day that were “medium duty” or “heavy duty” trucks at the time of their acquisition over the Series 2010-6 Maximum Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Amount as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (y) the excess, if any, of (A) the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day that were used vehicles at the time of their acquisition and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business

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Day that were “medium duty” or “heavy duty” trucks at the time of their acquisition over (B) 5% of the sum of (1) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP II Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day and (2) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage of the Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease as of the immediately preceding Business Day.

Series 2010-6 Interest Period” means a period commencing on and including a Distribution Date and ending on and including the day preceding the next succeeding Distribution Date; provided, however, that (x) the initial Series 2010-6 Interest Period shall commence on and include the Series 2010-6 Closing Date and end on and include November 21, 2010 and (y) the initial Series 2010-6 Interest Period with respect to the Class R Notes shall commence on and include the A&R Effective Date and end on and include September 20, 2018.

Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap” has the meaning specified in Section 3.11(a).

Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Collateral” has the meaning specified in Section 3.11(c).

Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Proceeds” means the amounts received by the Trustee from an Interest Rate Cap Counterparty from time to time in respect of a Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap (including amounts received from a guarantor or from collateral).

Series 2010-6 Invested Amount” means, on any date of determination, the sum of (i) the Class A Invested Amount as of such date, (ii) the Class B Invested Amount as of such date and (iii) the Class R Invested Amount as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Invested Percentage” means as of any date of determination:

(a)     when used with respect to Principal Collections, the percentage equivalent (which percentage shall never exceed 100%) of a fraction the numerator of which shall be equal to the sum of the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount and the Series 2010-6 Overcollateralization Amount, determined during the Series 2010-6 Revolving Period as of the end of the immediately preceding Business Day, or, during the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period or any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period, as of the end of the Series 2010-6 Revolving Period and the denominator of which shall be the greater as of the end of the immediately preceding Business Day of (I) the Aggregate Asset Amount and (II) the sum of the numerators used to determine the invested percentages for allocations with respect to Principal Collections (for all Series of Notes and all classes of such Series of Notes); and

(b)     when used with respect to Interest Collections, the percentage equivalent (which percentage shall never exceed 100%) of a fraction the numerator of which shall be the Accrued Amounts with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes on such date of determination, and the denominator of which shall be the aggregate Accrued Amounts with respect to all Series of Notes on such date of determination

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Series 2010-6 Lease Interest Payment Deficit” means on any Distribution Date an amount equal to the excess, if any of (1) the excess, if any, of (a) the aggregate amount of Interest Collections which pursuant to Section 3.2(a), (b), (c) or (d) would have been allocated to the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account if all payments of Monthly Base Rent required to have been made under the Leases from and excluding the preceding Distribution Date to and including such Distribution Date were made in full over (b) the aggregate amount of Interest Collections which pursuant to Section 3.2(a), (b), (c) or (d) have been allocated to the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account (excluding any amounts paid into the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account pursuant to the proviso in Sections 3.2(c)(ii) and 3.2(d)(ii)) from and excluding the preceding Distribution Date to and including such Distribution Date over (2) the Class R Monthly Interest with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date.

Series 2010-6 Lease Payment Deficit” means either a Series 2010-6 Lease Interest Payment Deficit or a Series 2010-6 Lease Principal Payment Deficit.

Series 2010-6 Lease Principal Payment Carryover Deficit” means (a) for the initial Distribution Date, zero and (b) for any other Distribution Date, the excess of (x) the Series 2010-6 Lease Principal Payment Deficit, if any, on the preceding Distribution Date over (y) the amount deposited in the Distribution Account on such preceding Distribution Date pursuant to Section 3.5(c) on account of such Series 2010-6 Lease Principal Payment Deficit.

Series 2010-6 Lease Principal Payment Deficit” means on any Distribution Date the sum of (a) the Series 2010-6 Monthly Lease Principal Payment Deficit for such Distribution Date and (b) the Series 2010-6 Lease Principal Payment Carryover Deficit for such Distribution Date.

Series 2010-6 Limited Liquidation Event of Default” means, so long as such event or condition continues, any event or condition of the type specified in clauses (a) through (i) of Article IV; provided, however, that any event or condition of the type specified in clauses (a) through (i) of Article IV shall not constitute a Series 2010-6 Limited Liquidation Event of Default if the Trustee shall have received the written consent of each of the Series 2010-6 Noteholders waiving the occurrence of such Series 2010-6 Limited Liquidation Event of Default.

Series 2010-6 Liquidity Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (a) the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount on such date and (b) the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount on such date.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Amount” means any of the Series 2010-6 Maximum Manufacturer Amounts, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Non-Eligible Manufacturer Amount, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Non-Program Vehicle Amount, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Specified States Amount (if applicable), the Series 2010-6 Non-Perfected Vehicle Amount or the Series 2010-6 Maximum Used Vehicle Amount.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Hyundai Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 55% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

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Series 2010-6 Maximum Isuzu Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Invested Amount” means, on any date of determination, the sum of (i) the Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount and (ii) the Class R Maximum Invested Amount on such date; provided that on and after the Reduction Date, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Invested Amount shall be reduced in accordance with Section 3.14.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Jaguar Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Kia Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 55% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Land Rover Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 5% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Manufacturer Amount” means, as of any day, any of the Series 2010-6 Maximum Hyundai Amount, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Isuzu Amount, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Jaguar Amount, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Kia Amount, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Land Rover Amount, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Amount, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Mitsubishi Amount, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Subaru Amount, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Suzuki Amount or the Series 2010-6 Maximum Tesla Amount.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Mitsubishi Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Non-Eligible Manufacturer Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Non-Perfected Vehicle Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Non-Program Vehicle Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Maximum Non-Program Vehicle Percentage of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Non-Program Vehicle Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (a) 85% and (b) a fraction, expressed as a percentage, the

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numerator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Redesignated Vehicles manufactured by a Bankrupt Manufacturer or a Manufacturer with respect to which a Manufacturer Event of Default has occurred, and in each case leased under the AESOP I Operating Lease or the Finance Lease as of such date, and the denominator of which is the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Specified States Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Subaru Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 12.5% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Suzuki Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Tesla Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 10% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Maximum Used Vehicle Amount” means, as of any day, an amount equal to 25% of the aggregate Net Book Value of all Vehicles leased under the Leases on such day.

Series 2010-6 Monthly Lease Principal Payment Deficit” means on any Distribution Date an amount equal to the excess, if any, of (1) the excess, if any, of (a) the aggregate amount of Principal Collections which pursuant to Section 3.2(a), (b) or (c) would have been allocated to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account if all payments required to have been made under the Leases from and excluding the preceding Distribution Date to and including such Distribution Date were made in full over (b) the aggregate amount of Principal Collections which pursuant to Section 3.2(a), (b) or (c) have been allocated to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account (without giving effect to any amounts paid into the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account pursuant to the proviso in Sections 3.2(b)(ii) and/or 3.2(c)(ii)) from and excluding the preceding Distribution Date to and including such Distribution Date over (2) the principal due and payable with respect to the Class R Notes on such Distribution Date.

Series 2010-6 Noteholder” means any Class A Noteholder, any Class B Noteholder or any Class R Noteholder.

Series 2010-6 Notes” means, collectively, the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes and the Class R Notes.

Series 2010-6 Overcollateralization Amount” means the excess, if any, of (x) the sum of (a) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement Borrowing Base as of such date and (b) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the excess, if any, of (1) the AESOP II Loan Agreement Borrowing Base over (2) the AESOP II DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Amount as of such date over (y) the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount as of such date.

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Series 2010-6 Past Due Rent Payment” is defined in Section 3.2(g).

Series 2010-6 Percentage” means, as of any date of determination, a fraction, expressed as a percentage, the numerator of which is the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount as of such date and the denominator of which is the sum of the Invested Amount of each Series of Notes outstanding as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Principal Allocation” is defined in Section 3.2(a)(ii).

Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period” means the period beginning at the earlier to occur of (a) the close of business on the Business Day immediately preceding the day on which an Amortization Event is deemed to have occurred with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes and (b) the close of business on the Optional Termination Date and ending upon the earliest to occur of (i) the date on which the Series 2010-6 Notes are fully paid, (ii) the Series 2010-6 Termination Date and (iii) termination of the Indenture.

Series 2010-6 Reimbursement Agreement” means any and each agreement providing for the reimbursement of a Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider for draws under the Multi-Series Letter of Credit as the same may be amended, supplemented, restated or otherwise modified from time to time.

Series 2010-6 Required AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (A) the excess, if any, of (x) the sum of the Series 2010-6 Required Overcollateralization Amount and the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount as of such date over (y) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the excess, if any, of (i) the AESOP II Loan Agreement Borrowing Base as of such date over (ii) the AESOP II DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Amount as of such date and (B) if an Event of Bankruptcy with respect to ABCR, any other Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee (other than a third-party Permitted Sublessee) has occurred on or prior to such date, the Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall as of the immediately preceding Distribution Date.

Series 2010-6 Required Enhancement Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the sum of (i) the greater of (a) the Series 2010-6 Class A DBRS Required Enhancement Amount as of such date minus the Class B Invested Amount as of such date and (b) the Series 2010-6 Class B DBRS Required Enhancement Amount as of such date and (ii) the Series 2010-6 Incremental Enhancement Amount as of such date.

Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount” means, with respect to any Distribution Date, an amount equal to the sum of (i) 2.50% of the sum of (x) the Class A Invested Amount on such Distribution Date and (y) the Class B Invested Amount on such Distribution Date, in each case, after giving effect to any payments of principal to be made on the Series 2010-6 Notes on such Distribution Date and (ii) if (1) such Distribution Date occurs prior to the Reduction Date and (2) Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR as of such date is greater than 3.00%, the product of (a) 1.00% and (b) the excess of the Series 2010-6 Maximum Invested Amount as of such Distribution Date over the amount that the Series 2010-6 Maximum Invested Amount will be on the Reduction Date after giving effect to the reduction thereto provided for in Section 2.10.

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Series 2010-6 Required Overcollateralization Amount” means, as of any date of determination, the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Required Enhancement Amount over the sum of (i) the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount as of such date, (ii) the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount on such date and (iii) the amount of cash and Permitted Investments on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Collection Account (not including amounts allocable to the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account) and the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account on such date.

Series 2010-6 Required Reserve Account Amount” means, with respect to any Distribution Date, an amount equal to the sum of (a) the greater of (i) the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount on such Distribution Date over the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount on such Distribution Date (after giving effect to any payments of principal to be made on the Series 2010-6 Notes on such Distribution Date) and (ii) the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Required Enhancement Amount over the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount (excluding therefrom the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount and calculated after giving effect to any payments of principal to be made on the Series 2010-6 Notes) on such Distribution Date and (b) the Demand Note Preference Payment Amount.

Series 2010-6 Reserve Account” is defined in Section 3.7(a).

Series 2010-6 Reserve Account Collateral” is defined in Section 3.7(d).

Series 2010-6 Reserve Account Surplus” means, with respect to any Distribution Date, the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount over the sum of (x) the Series 2010-6 Required Reserve Account Amount on such Distribution Date and (y) the sum of (i) the aggregate Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to all Purchaser Groups for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on such date and (ii) any Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall as of such date (together with accrued interest thereon).

Series 2010-6 Revolving Period” means the period from and including, the Series 2010-6 Closing Date to the earlier to occur of (x) the commencement of any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period and (y) the commencement of the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period; provided that following the commencement of the Class B Controlled Amortization Period, the Series 2010-6 Revolving Period shall be reinstated upon the repayment in full of the Class B Invested Amount (so long as the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period shall not have occurred prior thereto).

Series 2010-6 Termination Date” means the Distribution Date falling in the tenth calendar month after the calendar month in which the Series 2010-6 Revolving Period ends (unless the Series 2010-6 Revolving Period is reinstated in accordance with the proviso of the definition thereof).

Series 2010-6 Unpaid Demand Amount” means, with respect to any single draw pursuant to Section 3.5(c) or (d) on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, the aggregate amount drawn by the Trustee on all Multi-Series Letters of Credit.

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Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage” means, as of any date, the percentage equivalent of a fraction (x) the numerator of which is the sum of the Class A Invested Amount, the Class B Invested Amount and the Series 2010-6 Overcollateralization Amount as of such date and (y) the denominator of which is the sum of the Class A Invested Amount, the Class B Invested Amount, the Series 2010-6 Overcollateralization Amount, the Series 2015-3 Class A Invested Amount, the Series 2015-3 Class B Invested Amount and the Series 2015-3 Overcollateralization Amount as of such date.

Series 2015-3 Class A Invested Amount” means the “Class A Invested Amount” as defined in the Series 2015-3 Supplement.

Series 2015-3 Class B Invested Amount” means the “Class B Invested Amount” as defined in the Series 2015-3 Supplement.

Series 2015-3 Invested Amount” has the meaning assigned thereto in the Series 2015-3 Supplement.

Series 2015-3 Notes” has the meaning assigned thereto in the Series 2015-3 Supplement.

Series 2015-3 Maximum Invested Amount” has the meaning assigned thereto in the Series 2015-3 Supplement.

Series 2015-3 Overcollateralization Amount” has the meaning assigned thereto in the Series 2015-3 Supplement.

Series 2015-3 Supplement” means the Third Amended and Restated Series 2015-3 Supplement, dated as of April 14, 2022, among ABRCF, the Administrator, the Administrative Agent, the Non-Conduit Purchasers, CP Conduit Purchasers, APA Banks, Funding Agents and the Committed Note Purchasers party thereto, the Trustee and The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., as Series 2015-3 Agent, as amended, restated, modified or supplemented from time to time in accordance with its terms.

SOFR” means a rate per annum equal to the secured overnight financing rate as administered by the SOFR Administrator.

SOFR Administrator” means the NYFRB (or a successor administrator of the secured overnight financing rate).

SOFR Administrator’s Website” means the NYFRB’s Website, or any successor source for the secured overnight financing rate identified as such by the SOFR Administrator from time to time.

SOFR Determination Date” has the meaning specified in the definition of “Daily Simple SOFR.”

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SOFR Funding CP Conduit Purchaser” means each CP Conduit Purchaser that is designated as such on Schedule I or in the Purchaser Group Supplement pursuant to which such CP Conduit Purchaser became a party to this Supplement.

SOFR Rate Day” has the meaning specified in the definition of “Daily Simple SOFR.”

SOFR Tranche” means, with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the portion of the APA Bank Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group for which the Monthly Funding Costs with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group is calculated by reference to Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR.

Standard & Poor’s” means Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Springing Amendment Condition (Non-Perfected Lien)” means a condition that will be satisfied if ABRCF confirms to the Trustee in writing that is has implemented, in accordance with the terms of the Related Documents, the amendments set forth in Exhibits J, L, M, N, O,R and S that ABRCF has determined are required to remove the limitations in the Related Documents related to Vehicles titled in Ohio, Oklahoma and Nebraska (the liens on which are not perfected) and replace such references with limitations that would allow a limited amount of Vehicles titled anywhere in the United States to be subject to liens that are not perfected.

Springing Amendment Condition (Trucks)” means a condition that will be satisfied if ABRCF confirms to the Trustee in writing that is has implemented, in accordance with the terms of the Related Documents, the amendments set forth in Exhibits J, L, M, N, O, R and S that ABRCF has determined are required to allow for “medium duty” and “heavy duty” trucks to be considered an “Eligible Vehicle” under the Base Indenture.

Supplement” is defined in the recitals hereto.

Taxes” means any and all present or future taxes, levies, imposts, duties, deductions, charges or withholdings imposed by any Governmental Authority.

Termination Date Disbursement” means an amount drawn under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit pursuant to a Certificate of Termination Date Demand.

Termination Disbursement” means an amount drawn under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit pursuant to a Certificate of Termination Demand.

Transfer Supplement” is defined in Section 11.1(c).

Transferee” is defined in Section 11.1(g).

Trustee” is defined in the recitals hereto.

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UK Financial Institution” means any BRRD Undertaking (as such term is defined under the PRA Rulebook (as amended from time to time) promulgated by the United Kingdom Prudential Regulation Authority) or any person falling within IFPRU 11.6 of the FCA Handbook (as amended from time to time) promulgated by the United Kingdom Financial Conduct Authority, which includes certain credit institutions and investment firms, and certain affiliates of such credit institutions or investment firms.

UK Resolution Authority” means the Bank of England or any other public administrative authority having responsibility for the resolution of any UK Financial Institution.

U.K. Securitisation Regulation” means the EU Securitisation Regulation enacted as retained direct EU law in the U.K. by virtue of the operation of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018, as amended by the Securitisation (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 (SI 2019/660) (including any implementing regulation, secondary legislation, technical and official guidance relating thereto (in each case, as amended, varied or substituted from time to time)).

U.S. Government Securities Business Day” means any day except for (i) a Saturday, (ii) a Sunday or (iii) a day on which the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association recommends that the fixed income departments of its members be closed for the entire day for purposes of trading in United States government securities.

U.S. Risk Retention Rules” means the federal interagency credit risk retention rules, codified at 17 C.F.R. Part 246.

Unadjusted Benchmark Replacement” means the applicable Benchmark Replacement excluding the related Benchmark Replacement Adjustment.

Unpaid Demand Note Disbursement” means an amount drawn under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit pursuant to a Certificate of Unpaid Demand Note Demand.

Volcker Rule” means Section 13 of the U.S. Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, as amended, and the applicable rules and regulations thereunder.

Voting Stock” means, with respect to any Person, the common stock or membership interests of such Person and any other security of, or ownership interest in, such Person having ordinary voting power to elect a majority of the board of directors or a majority of the managers (or other Persons serving similar functions) of such Person.

Waiver Event” means the occurrence of the delivery of a Waiver Request and the subsequent waiver of any Series 2010-6 Maximum Amount.

Waiver Request” is defined in Article V.

Write-Down and Conversion Powers” means, (a) with respect to any EEA Resolution Authority, the write-down and conversion powers of such EEA Resolution Authority from time to time under the Bail-In Legislation for the applicable EEA Member Country, which write-down and conversion powers are described in the EU Bail-In Legislation Schedule and (b)

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with respect to the United Kingdom, any powers of the applicable Resolution Authority under the Bail-In Legislation to cancel, reduce, modify or change the form of a liability of any UK Financial Institution or any contract or instrument under which that liability arises, to convert all or part of that liability into shares, securities or obligations of that person or any other person, to provide that any such contract or instrument is to have effect as if a right had been exercised under it or to suspend any obligation in respect of that liability or any of the powers under that Bail-In Legislation that are related to or ancillary to any of those powers.

ARTICLE II

PURCHASE AND SALE OF SERIES 2010-6 NOTES;
INCREASES AND DECREASES OF SERIES 2010-6 INVESTED AMOUNT

Section 2.1. Purchases of the Series 2010-6 Notes.

(a)      Initial Purchases.

(i)      Subject to the terms and conditions of this Supplement, including delivery of notice in accordance with Section 2.3, (i) each Non-Conduit Purchaser shall purchase, and each CP Conduit Purchaser may, in its sole discretion, purchase a Class A Note in an amount equal to all or a portion of its Class A Commitment Percentage of the Class A Initial Invested Amount on any Business Day during the period from the A&R Effective Date to and including the applicable Expiry Date with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, and if each such CP Conduit Purchaser in a Related Purchaser Group shall have notified the Administrative Agent and the Funding Agent with respect to such Purchaser Group that it has elected not to fund a Class A Note in an amount equal to its Class A Commitment Percentage of the Class A Initial Invested Amount on the Series 2010-6 Closing Date, each APA Bank with respect to such CP Conduit Purchasers shall fund on the A&R Effective Date its APA Bank Percentage of that portion of such Class A Note not to be funded by such CP Conduit Purchasers and (ii) thereafter, (A) each Non-Conduit Purchaser shall maintain its Class A Note, subject to increase or decrease during the period from the A&R Effective Date to and including the applicable Expiry Date with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, in accordance with the provisions of this Supplement, (B) each CP Conduit Purchaser may, in its sole discretion, maintain all or any portion of the Class A Note with respect to the Related Purchaser Group, subject to increase or decrease during the period from the A&R Effective Date to and including the applicable Expiry Date with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, in accordance with the provisions of this Supplement and (C) the APA Banks shall maintain their respective APA Bank Percentages of the Class A Note with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, subject to increase or decrease during the period from the A&R Effective Date to and including the applicable Expiry Date with respect to such Purchaser Group, in accordance with the provisions of this Supplement. Each Purchaser Group as of the A&R Effective Date shall be deemed to have satisfied its obligation to purchase a Class A Note under this Section 2.1(a) on such date by exchanging the Series 2010-6 Note held by it and outstanding on the day immediately preceding the A&R Effective Date for a Class A Note issued on the A&R Effective Date in accordance with Section 2.1(a)(iv).

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(ii)      Subject to the terms and conditions of this Supplement, including delivery of notice in accordance with Section 2.3, (i) each Non-Conduit Purchaser shall purchase, and each CP Conduit Purchaser may, in its sole discretion, purchase a Class B Note in an amount equal to all or a portion of its Class B Commitment Percentage (if any) of the Class B Initial Invested Amount on any Business Day during the period from the A&R Effective Date to and including the applicable Expiry Date with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, and if any such CP Conduit Purchaser shall have notified the Administrative Agent and the Funding Agent with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser that it has elected not to fund a Class B Note in an amount equal to its Class B Commitment Percentage (if any) of the Class B Initial Invested Amount on the A&R Effective Date, each APA Bank with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser shall fund on the A&R Effective Date its APA Bank Percentage of that portion of such Class B Note not to be funded by such CP Conduit Purchaser and (ii) thereafter, (A) each applicable Non-Conduit Purchaser shall maintain its Class B Note, subject to increase or decrease during the period from the A&R Effective Date to and including the applicable Expiry Date with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, in accordance with the provisions of this Supplement, (B) if a CP Conduit Purchaser shall have purchased a Class B Note on the A&R Effective Date , such CP Conduit Purchaser may, in its sole discretion, maintain its Class B Note, subject to increase or decrease during the period from the A&R Effective Date to and including the applicable Expiry Date with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, in accordance with the provisions of this Supplement and (C) the applicable APA Banks shall maintain their respective APA Bank Percentages of the Class B Note with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, subject to increase or decrease during the period from the A&R Effective Date to and including the applicable Expiry Date with respect to such Purchaser Group, in accordance with the provisions of this Supplement. The aggregate outstanding principal amount of such Class B Notes on the A&R Effective Date shall be the “Class B Initial Invested Amount”.

(iii)      Subject to the terms and conditions of this Supplement, including delivery of notice in accordance with Section 2.3, (i) each Committed Note Purchaser shall purchase a Class R Note in an amount equal to $93,775,000 (the “Class R Initial Invested Amount”) on the Series 2010-6 Closing Date and (ii) thereafter, each Committed Note Purchaser shall maintain its Class R Note, subject to increase or, other than during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period or Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period, decrease, in accordance with the provisions of this Supplement.

(b)      Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amounts. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Supplement, at no time shall a Purchaser Group be required to make the initial purchase of a Class A Note or a Class B Note or increase its Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount or Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount if either (1) the sum of (x) the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group, after giving effect to such purchase or increase and (y) the sum of any unfunded Delayed Amounts with respect to the Class A Notes with respect to such Purchaser Group, would exceed the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group at such time or (2) the sum of (x) the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group, after giving effect to such purchase or increase and (y) the sum of any unfunded Delayed Amounts with respect to the Class B Notes with respect to such Purchaser

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Group, would exceed the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group at such time.

(c)      Class R Maximum Invested Amounts. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Supplement, at no time shall a Committed Note Purchaser be required to make the initial purchase of a Class R Note or increase its Class R Invested Amount if the Class R Invested Amount with respect to such Committed Note Purchaser, after giving effect to such purchase or increase would exceed the Class R Maximum Invested Amount with respect to such Committed Note Purchaser at such time.

(d)      Form of Series 2010-6 Notes. The Series 2010-6 Notes shall be issued in fully registered form without interest coupons, substantially in the form set forth in Exhibit A.

Section 2.2. Delivery. (a) On the A&R Effective Date (or on any later date that any Purchaser Group becomes a party to this Supplement), ABRCF shall sign and shall direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to Section 2.2 of the Base Indenture to duly authenticate, and the Trustee, upon receiving such direction, shall so authenticate (i) a Class A Note with respect to each Purchaser Group and (ii) a Class B Note with respect to each Purchaser Group whose Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount is greater than $0, as applicable, (i) in the case of a CP Conduit Purchaser Group, in the name of the Funding Agent with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group (or as otherwise requested by such CP Conduit Purchaser Group and agreed to by ABRCF) in an amount equal to the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group and deliver such Class A Note or Class B Note, as applicable to such Funding Agent in accordance with such written directions, or (ii) in the case of a Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, in the name of the Related Non-Conduit Purchaser in an amount equal to the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Related Non-Conduit Purchaser Group and deliver such Class A Note or Class B Note, as applicable to such Related Non-Conduit Purchaser in accordance with such written directions. On the A&R Effective Date (or on any later date that any Committed Note Purchaser becomes a party to this Supplement), ABRCF shall sign and shall direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to Section 2.2 of the Base Indenture to duly authenticate, and the Trustee, upon receiving such direction, shall so authenticate a Class R Note in an amount equal to the Class R Maximum Invested Amount with respect to such Committed Note Purchaser and deliver such Class R Note to such Committed Note Purchaser in accordance with such written directions.

(b)      The Administrative Agent shall maintain a record of (i) the actual Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount and Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount outstanding with respect to each Purchaser Group, (ii) the Class R Invested Amount outstanding with respect to each Committed Note Purchaser and (iii) the actual Series 2010-6 Invested Amount outstanding on any date of determination, which, absent manifest error, shall constitute prima facie evidence of the outstanding Class A Invested Amounts, the outstanding Class B Invested Amounts, the outstanding Class R Invested Amount and the outstanding Series 2010-6 Invested Amount from time to time. Upon a written request from the Trustee, the Administrative Agent shall provide in writing the identity of the Purchaser Groups, the related Funding Agents for each CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the Purchaser Group Invested Amount for each Purchaser Group,

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the identity of the Committed Note Purchasers, the Class R Invested Amount for each Committed Note Purchaser, and the Commitment Percentages with respect to any Purchaser Group, to the Trustee.

Section 2.3. Procedure for Initial Issuance and for Increasing the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount. (a)  Subject to Section 2.3(c), (i) on the A&R Effective Date, (A) each Non-Conduit Purchaser shall purchase, and each CP Conduit Purchaser and/or APA Bank agree to purchase, a Class A Note in accordance with Section 2.1, (B) with respect to each Purchaser Group whose Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount is greater than $0, each Non-Conduit Purchaser shall purchase, and each CP Conduit Purchaser may agree, in its sole discretion, to purchase, and the APA Banks with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser shall agree to purchase, a Class B Note, in accordance with Section 2.1 and (C) each Committed Note Purchaser shall purchase a Class R Note in accordance with Section 2.1 and (ii) on any Business Day during the period from the A&R Effective Date to and including the applicable Expiry Date (A) with respect to a Purchaser Group, in the case of a Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, the Related Non-Conduit Purchaser hereby agrees, or in the case of a CP Conduit Purchaser Group, each CP Conduit Purchaser in such CP Conduit Purchaser Group may agree, in its sole discretion, and each APA Bank with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser hereby agrees that the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to each such Purchaser Group may be increased by an amount up to the Class A Commitment Percentage and/or the Class B Commitment Percentage, as applicable, with respect to such Purchaser Group of the Increase Amount (an “Increase”), upon the request of ABRCF (each date on which an increase in the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount occurs hereunder being herein referred to as the “Increase Date” applicable to such Increase); provided that any such Increase shall be allocated (1) on a pro rata basis (based on the ratio of the Class A Maximum Invested Amount to the Class B Maximum Invested Amount) to the Class A Invested Amount and the Class B Invested Amount, and (2) with respect to each of the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes, on a pro rata basis to each applicable Purchaser Group (based on the Class A Commitment Percentage or the Class B Commitment Percentage, as applicable, of such Purchaser Group) and (B) as a result of such Increase with respect to the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes as requested by ABRCF, each Committed Note Purchaser hereby agrees that the Class R Invested Amount with respect to such Committed Note Purchaser shall be increased by the minimum amount necessary to cause the Retention Test to be satisfied; provided, however, that ABRCF shall have given the Administrative Agent and each Committed Note Purchaser (with a copy to the Trustee) irrevocable (other than as specified in Section 2.3(e)) written notice (effective upon receipt), by telecopy (receipt confirmed), substantially in the form of Exhibit B together with a calculation (including of the components thereof) in a form reasonably acceptable to the Administrative Agent of the sum of (i) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Loan Agreement Borrowing Base and (ii) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the excess, if any, of (x) the AESOP II Loan Agreement Borrowing Base over (y) the AESOP II DBRS Excluded Manufacturer Amount on the date of such notice, of such request no later than 3:00 p.m. (New York City time) on (A) with respect to a Deferrable Increase Notice, the third Business Day prior to such Increase Date or (B) with respect to a Non-Deferrable Increase Notice, the second Business Day prior to such Increase Date, as the case may be. Such notice shall state (w) the Increase Date, (x) the proposed amount of the increase in the Class A Invested Amount, the Class B Invested Amount and the Class R Invested Amount, as applicable (in each case, an “Increase Amount”), as the case may be, (y) the amount of the Increase to be allocated to the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount and the Class B

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Purchaser Group Invested Amount of each Purchaser Group and (z) whether a Delayed Funding Notice may be delivered in connection with such Increase pursuant to Section 2.3(e). The Class A Commitment Percentage or the Class B Commitment Percentage with respect to any Purchaser Group of the Increase Amount with respect to the Class A Notes or the Class B Notes, as applicable, set forth in any Non-Deferrable Increase Notice shall not exceed such Purchaser Group’s Non-Deferrable Draw Amount as of the related Increase Date.

(b)      If the CP Conduit Purchasers in a CP Conduit Purchaser Group elect not to fund the full amount of the related Purchaser Group Increase Amount, such CP Conduit Purchaser shall notify the Administrative Agent and the Funding Agent with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser, and each APA Bank with respect to such CP Conduit Purchasers shall fund its APA Bank Percentage of the portion of the Class A Commitment Percentage and/or the Class B Commitment Percentage, as applicable, with respect to such Related Purchaser Group of such Increase, as the case may be, not funded by such CP Conduit Purchasers.

(c)      No Purchaser Group shall be required to increase its Purchaser Group Invested Amount on any Increase Date hereunder unless:

(i)      such Purchaser Group’s Purchaser Group Increase Amount is equal to (A) $1,000,000 or an integral multiple of $100,000 in excess thereof or (B) if less, the excess of the Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group over the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group;

(ii)      after giving effect to such Increase Amount, (1) the sum of the (x) the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount and (y) any unfunded Delayed Amounts with respect to such Purchaser Group with respect to the Class A Notes would not exceed the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group and (2) the sum of the (x) the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount and (y) any unfunded Delayed Amounts with respect to such Purchaser Group with respect to the Class B Notes would not exceed the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group;

(iii)      after giving effect to such Increase Amount, no AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Deficiency would occur and be continuing;

(iv)      no Amortization Event or Potential Amortization Event (in each case, other than an Amortization Event or Potential Amortization Event in respect of another Series of Notes solely resulting from a Surety Default (as such term is defined in the Supplement pursuant to which such other Series of Notes was issued)) has occurred and is continuing on the Series 2010-6 Closing Date or such Increase Date, as applicable, or would occur and be continuing after giving effect to such Increase;

(v)      not more than two Increases have occurred in the four Business Days immediately preceding the date of such Increase;

(vi)      all of the representations and warranties made by each of ABRCF, the Lessees, the Lessors and the Administrator in the Base Indenture, this Supplement and the Related Documents to which each is a party are true and correct in all material

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respects on and as of such Increase Date, as if made on and as of such date (except to the extent such representations and warranties are expressly made as of another date);

(vii)      concurrently with such Increase on such Increase Date an increase is made in the Series 2015-3 Invested Amount so that, after giving effect to such Increase and the increase in the Series 2015-3 Invested Amount, the ratio of the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount to the Series 2015-3 Invested Amount is equal to the ratio of the Series 2010-6 Maximum Invested Amount to the Series 2015-3 Maximum Invested Amount; and

(viii)      all conditions precedent to the making of any Loan under the applicable Loan Agreements would be satisfied.

ABRCF’s acceptance of funds in connection with each Increase occurring on any Increase Date shall constitute a representation and warranty by ABRCF to the Purchaser Groups as of such Increase Date (except to the extent such representations and warranties are expressly made as of another date) that all of the conditions contained in this Section 2.3(c) have been satisfied.

(d)      Upon receipt of any notice required by Section 2.3(a) or permitted by Section 2.3(e) from ABRCF, the Administrative Agent shall forward (by telecopy or electronic messaging system) a copy of such notice to each Non-Conduit Purchaser and the Funding Agent with respect to each CP Conduit Purchaser Group (or, with respect to any notice pursuant to Section 2.3(e) requiring a Delayed Funding Purchaser Group to decrease its Delayed Amount, the applicable Non-Conduit Purchaser or Funding Agent), no later than 5:00 p.m. (New York City time) on the day received. After receipt by any Funding Agent with respect to a CP Conduit Purchaser Group of such notice from the Administrative Agent, such Funding Agent shall, so long as the conditions set forth in Sections 2.3(a) and (c) are satisfied, promptly provide telephonic notice to the related CP Conduit Purchasers and the related APA Banks, of the Increase Date and of such CP Conduit Purchaser Group’s Purchaser Group Increase Amount. Subject to Section 2.3(e), if such CP Conduit Purchasers elects to fund all or a portion of the related Purchaser Group Increase Amount, each such CP Conduit Purchaser shall pay in immediately available funds the related Purchaser Group Increase Amount (or any portion thereof) with respect to the Class A Notes or the Class B Notes, as applicable, on the related Increase Date to the Funding Agent with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group for remittance to the Trustee for deposit into the Series 2010-6 Collection Account. Subject to Section 2.3(e), if such CP Conduit Purchasers do not fund the full amount of such CP Conduit Purchaser Group’s Purchaser Group Increase Amount and the related APA Banks are required to fund the portion thereof not funded by the CP Conduit Purchasers, each such APA Bank shall pay in immediately available funds its APA Bank Percentage of such portion on the related Increase Date to the Funding Agent with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group for deposit in the Series 2010-6 Collection Account. Each Funding Agent shall remit the amounts received by it from its CP Conduit Purchasers or the related APA Banks pursuant to this Section 2.3(d) to the Trustee for deposit into the Series 2010-6 Collection Account. Subject to Section 2.3(e), so long as the conditions set forth in Sections 2.3(a) and (c) are satisfied, each Non-Conduit Purchaser shall pay in immediately available funds such Non-Conduit Purchaser’s Purchaser Group Increase Amount on the related Increase Date to the Trustee for deposit into the Series 2010-6 Collection Account. So long as the conditions set forth in Sections 2.3(a) and (c) are satisfied, each Committed Note Purchaser shall pay in immediately available funds the Class R

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Initial Invested Amount on the Series 2010-6 Closing Date or the amount of such Increase Amount with respect to the Class R Notes on the related Increase Date to the Trustee for deposit into the Series 2010-6 Collection Account.

(e)      Notwithstanding any of the foregoing, any APA Bank or Non-Conduit Purchaser who shall have previously notified ABRCF in writing that it or any related Program Support Provider has incurred charges under, or in anticipation of, Basel III (which may include external charges incurred by the APA Bank, Non-Conduit Purchaser or Program Support Provider or internal charges incurred by any of their businesses) in respect of its Commitment hereunder or any agreement to support such Commitment, or in respect of its interest in the Series 2010-6 Notes, based on its “liquidity coverage ratio” calculated under Basel III, may, upon receipt of any Deferrable Increase Notice pursuant to Section 2.3(a), notify ABRCF in writing (a “Delayed Funding Notice”) on or prior to 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the second Business Day preceding the related Increase Date, of its intent to fund an amount up to the applicable amount of the related Purchaser Group Increase Amount with respect to the Class A Notes or the Class B Notes, as applicable, (such amount, subject to any adjustment described below, the “Delayed Amount”) on a Business Day that is on or before the thirty-fifth (35th) day following the Increase Date specified in such Deferrable Increase Notice (the “Delayed Funding Date”) rather than on such Increase Date. If any APA Bank or Non-Conduit Purchaser provides a Delayed Funding Notice to ABRCF following ABRCF’s delivery of a notice of an Increase pursuant to Section 2.3(a), ABRCF may with written notice to the Administrative Agent delivered prior to 3:00 pm on the second Business Day preceding such Increase Date, (x) decrease the Increase Amount with respect to the Class A Notes or the Class B Notes, in either case, with respect to such Deferrable Increase Notice (or revoke such Deferrable Increase Notice by decreasing the Increase Amount to zero) and/or (y) require any APA Bank or Non-Conduit Purchaser who has provided a Delayed Funding Notice to reduce the Delayed Amount with respect to such Increase by an amount no greater than the Non-Deferrable Draw Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group as of the related Increase Date. In the event that the Increase Amount with respect to such Deferrable Increase Notice is reduced, but not to zero, then any Delayed Amount with respect to any Purchaser Group shall be reduced on a pro rata basis unless otherwise specified by ABRCF pursuant to clause (y) above. No Purchaser Group that has provided a Delayed Funding Notice in respect of an Increase (each a “Delayed Funding Purchaser Group”) shall be considered to be in default of its obligation to fund its Delayed Amount pursuant to this Section 2.3 unless and until it has failed to fund the Delayed Amount (and/or the Delayed Funding Reimbursement Amount with respect to such Delayed Amount) on or before the Delayed Funding Date.

(f)      If (i) one or more Delayed Funding Purchaser Groups provides a Delayed Funding Notice to ABRCF in respect of any Increase Date and (ii) ABRCF shall not have decreased the related Increase Amount to zero or required each such Delayed Funding Purchaser Group to reduce the Delayed Amount with respect to such Increase to zero, in each case, pursuant to Section 2.3(e), the Administrative Agent shall, by no later than 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the Business Day preceding such Increase Date, direct each Purchaser Group that is not a Delayed Funding Purchaser Group with respect to such Increase Date (each a “Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group”) to fund an additional portion of such Increase Amount with respect to the Class A Notes or the Class B Notes, as applicable, on such Increase Date equal to such Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group’s proportionate share (based upon the Class A

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Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount and/or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group relative to the sum of the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amounts and/or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amounts, as applicable, with respect to all Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Groups) of the aggregate Delayed Amounts with respect to such Increase Date; provided that no Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group shall be required to fund any portion of the aggregate Delayed Amounts that would cause its Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount to exceed its Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or its Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount to exceed its Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount. Subject to Section 2.3(a), in the case of a Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group that is a Non-Conduit Purchaser, such Non-Conduit Purchaser hereby agrees, or, in the case of a Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group that is a CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the CP Conduit in such CP Conduit Purchaser Group may agree, in its sole discretion, and the APA Banks in such CP Conduit Purchaser Group hereby agree, to fund such portion of the Increase Amount with respect to the Class A Notes or Class B Notes, as applicable, on such Increase Date.

(g)      After the Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Groups fund a Delayed Amount on any Increase Date in accordance with Section 2.3(f), the Delayed Funding Purchaser Group in respect of such Delayed Amount will be obligated to fund the Delayed Funding Reimbursement Amount with respect to such Delayed Amount on or before its Delayed Funding Date, irrespective of whether the applicable Scheduled Expiry Date with respect to such Delayed Funding Purchaser Group shall have occurred on or prior to such Delayed Funding Date or ABRCF would be able to satisfy the conditions set forth in Section 2.3(a) to an Increase with respect to the Class A Notes or the Class B Notes, as applicable, in an amount equal to such Delayed Funding Reimbursement Amount on such Delayed Funding Date. Such Delayed Funding Purchaser Group shall fund such Delayed Funding Reimbursement Amount on such Delayed Funding Date by paying such amount to the Administrative Agent in immediately available funds, and the Administrative Agent shall distribute such funds to each such Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group, pro rata based on the relative amount of such Delayed Amount funded by such Non-Delayed Funding Purchaser Group on such Increase Date pursuant to Section 2.3(f).

Section 2.4. Sales by CP Conduit Purchasers of Class A Notes and Class B Notes to APA Banks. Notwithstanding any limitation to the contrary contained herein, each CP Conduit Purchaser may, in its own discretion, at any time, sell or assign all or any portion of its interest in its Class A Note and/or Class B Note to any Conduit Assignee or to the APA Banks with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser pursuant to, and subject to the terms and conditions of, the Asset Purchase Agreement with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser.

Section 2.5. Procedure for Decreasing the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount; Optional Termination. (a) Subject to the following sentence, on any Business Day prior to the occurrence of an Amortization Event, upon the written request of ABRCF or the Administrator on behalf of ABRCF, the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount or during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period the Class A Invested Amount and Class B Invested Amount only, may be reduced (a “Decrease”) by the Trustee’s withdrawing (as set forth in such request) (x) funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account on such Business Day in an amount not to exceed the amount of such funds on deposit therein on such Business

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Day (after giving effect to any application pursuant to clauses (i), (ii) and (iii) of Section 3.2(f)) and/or (y) if such Business Day is during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period, funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Collection Account on such Business Day in an amount not to exceed the amount of such funds on deposit therein on such Business Day that were allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes pursuant to Section 3.2(b)(ii) on or prior to such Business Day which have not previously been withdrawn therefrom pursuant to either this clause (y) to make a Decrease or pursuant to Section 3.5(a) to be paid to the holders of the Series 2010-6 Notes, and, in each case, depositing such funds into the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account and distributing such funds to the Administrative Agent on such Business Day in accordance with Section 3.5(b); provided that ABRCF shall have given the Administrative Agent and each Committed Note Purchaser (with a copy to the Trustee) irrevocable written notice (effective upon receipt) of the amount of such Decrease prior to 9:30 a.m. (New York City time) on the second Business Day prior to such Decrease; provided, further, that any such Decrease shall be in an amount equal to $10,000,000 and integral multiples of $500,000 in excess thereof (or if such Decrease will be used to reduce one or more Non-Extending Purchaser Group’s Purchaser Group Invested Amounts, such Decrease may be in such amount as is necessary to reduce the Purchaser Group Invested Amounts of all such Non-Extending Purchaser Groups to zero). Notwithstanding the previous sentence, the Class R Notes shall not be subject to a Decrease during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period. Upon each Decrease, the Administrative Agent shall indicate in its records such Decrease, the Purchaser Group Invested Amount outstanding with respect to each Purchaser Group after giving effect to such Decrease and the Class R Invested Amount outstanding with respect to each Committed Note Purchaser after giving effect to such Decrease. Upon receipt of any notice required by Section 2.5(a) from ABRCF, the Administrative Agent shall forward (by telecopy or electronic messaging system) a copy of such notice to each Non-Conduit Purchaser and the Funding Agent with respect to each CP Conduit Purchaser Group, no later than 1:00 p.m. (New York City time) on the Business Day received.

(b)      On any Business Day, ABRCF shall have the right to deliver an irrevocable written notice (an “Optional Termination Notice”) to the Administrative Agent, each Committed Note Purchaser, the Trustee, the Administrator, Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s and the Rating Agencies in which ABRCF declares that the Commitments shall terminate on the date (the “Optional Termination Date”) set forth in such notice (which date, in any event, shall be a Distribution Date not less than twenty Business Days from the date on which such notice is delivered). Upon receipt of any Optional Termination Notice from ABRCF, the Administrative Agent shall promptly notify each Non-Conduit Purchaser and the Funding Agent with respect to each CP Conduit Purchaser Group thereof.

(c)      From and after the Optional Termination Date, the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period shall commence for all purposes under this Supplement, the Base Indenture and the Related Documents.

(d)      If there are Principal Collections on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account on any Business Day on which the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to any Non-Extending Purchaser Group shall not have been reduced to zero and ABRCF would be permitted under the terms of Section 2.5(a) to effect a Decrease with such funds, ABRCF shall request such a Decrease in accordance with Section 2.5(a) on the earliest possible date.

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Section 2.6. Increases and Reductions of the Commitments; Extensions of the Commitments; Replacement of Purchaser Groups. (a) ABRCF may from time to time request that any Purchaser Group agree to increase its Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable. An increase in such amount shall be effective hereunder if such Purchaser Group shall have agreed in its sole discretion to such increase. If any such Purchaser Group agrees to ABRCF’s proposed increase, the Class R Maximum Invested Amount for each Committed Note Purchaser shall be automatically increased in an amount so that it maintains its proportional share of the Series 2010-6 Maximum Invested Amount immediately prior to such increase. In addition to an increase to the Class R Maximum Invested Amount pursuant to the previous sentence, the Class R Maximum Invested Amount may be increased at any time with or without a corresponding increase to the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, upon notice from ABRCF to the Committed Note Purchasers.

(b)      If ABRCF desires to extend the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date or the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date with respect to the applicable Purchaser Groups, ABRCF shall notify the Administrative Agent and each Committed Note Purchaser at least 60 days prior to such Class A Scheduled Expiry Date or Class B Scheduled Expiry Date of its desire to extend the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date or the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date with respect to the Purchaser Groups, whereupon the Administrative Agent shall notify each Non-Conduit Purchaser and the Funding Agent with respect to each CP Conduit Purchaser Group of ABRCF’s desire to so extend the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date or the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date. Each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent, on behalf of its CP Conduit Purchaser Group, shall notify the Administrative Agent and ABRCF in writing of whether its Related Purchaser Group agrees to an extension of the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date or the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date, as applicable with respect to such Purchaser Group; provided that failure by a Non-Conduit Purchaser or a Funding Agent to respond to such request shall not be construed as a consent by such Purchaser Group to such extension. The decision to extend or not extend shall be made by each Purchaser Group in its sole discretion. In the event that any Purchaser Group desires to (i) extend its Class A Scheduled Expiry Date for an amount that is less than its Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount and/or (ii) extend its Class B Scheduled Expiry Date for an amount that is less than its the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, prior to ABRCF’s request for an extension, ABRCF, in its sole discretion, may accept such extension; provided, however, that such Purchaser Group (x) shall be deemed to be a Non-Extending Purchaser Group for purposes of Section 3.5 having a Purchaser Group Invested Amount equal to the excess of its Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount and/or Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount over a percentage of its Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount and/or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, that will be available after the extension of its Class A Scheduled Expiry Date or Class B Scheduled Expiry Date equal to the percentage equivalent of a fraction, the numerator of which is the sum of the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amounts or Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amounts, as applicable, with respect to all Extending Purchaser Groups, other than such Purchaser Group and any other Purchaser Group reducing its Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, and the denominator of which is the sum of the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amounts or Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested

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Amounts, as applicable of all Extending Purchaser Groups, other than such Purchaser Group and any other Purchaser Group reducing its Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, and (y) shall be deemed to be an Extending Purchaser Group with a Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, equal to the portion of its Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, that will be available after the extension of its Class A Scheduled Expiry Date or Class B Scheduled Expiry Date, as applicable. In connection with any request by ABRCF to extend the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date and/or the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date pursuant to this Section 2.6(b), ABRCF shall provide (i) to the Administrative Agent, who shall provide to each respective Purchaser Group, on or prior to the effective date of any such extension, a certificate of the principal financial officer of ABRCF to the effect set forth in Schedule 8.3(d) of the Base Indenture and (ii) notice to the Rating Agencies, Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s of its request to extend the Class A Scheduled Expiry Date and/or the Class B Scheduled Expiry Date, as applicable.

(c)      On any Business Day prior to the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period, ABRCF may, upon two (2) Business Days’ prior written notice to the Administrative Agent (effective upon receipt) (with copies to the Administrator and the Trustee) reduce (i) the Class A Maximum Invested Amount in an amount equal to $10,000,000 or a whole multiple of $1,000,000 in excess thereof or (ii) the Class B Maximum Invested Amount in an amount equal to $1,000,000 or a whole multiple of $100,000 in excess thereof; provided that no such termination or reduction shall be permitted if, after giving effect thereto and to any reduction in the Class A Invested Amount or Class B Invested Amount, respectively, on such date, the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to any Purchaser Group would exceed its Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to any Purchaser Group would exceed its Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable. Any reduction in either the Class A Maximum Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Invested Amount shall be made on a pro rata basis to the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount and the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to the Purchaser Groups, based on the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount and the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to each Purchaser Group. Once reduced, the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, may not be subsequently reinstated without each such Purchaser Group’s prior written consent, which consent shall be granted or not in the sole discretion of such Purchaser Group.

(d)      If, (w) after receiving a request for extension of its applicable Scheduled Expiry Date from ABRCF pursuant to Section 2.6(b), a Non-Conduit Purchaser Group or the Funding Agent with respect to a CP Conduit Purchaser Group notifies ABRCF in writing of its decision not to extend such Scheduled Expiry Date as requested or fails to respond to ABRCF’s request within 30 days of its receipt of such request, (x) any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group or any CP Conduit Purchaser Group (or the Funding Agent with respect thereto, on behalf of such CP Conduit Purchaser Group) (a “Non-Consenting Purchaser Group”) fails to give its consent for any amendment or waiver requiring the consent of 100% of the Series 2010-6 Noteholders (or Purchaser Groups having Commitment Percentages aggregating 100%) or the consent of all

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affected Series 2010-6 Noteholders or Purchaser Groups (and such Purchaser Group is affected) and for which Holders of Series 2010-6 Notes representing at least a majority of the required voting percentage have consented, (y) after receiving a notice of Increase in accordance with Section 2.3(a), any Purchaser Group fails to fund the full amount of its Purchaser Group Increase Amount on the Increase Date (a “Non-Funding Purchaser Group”) or (z) any Affected Party with respect to any Non-Conduit Purchaser Group or any CP Conduit Purchaser Group (together with any Non-Extending Purchaser Group, Non-Consenting Purchaser Group or Non-Funding Purchaser Group, “Removed Purchaser Groups”) requests payment for any Article VII Costs payable under Section 7.1(e), at the request of ABRCF such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group or such CP Conduit Purchaser Group shall on a Distribution Date thereafter selected by ABRCF (or such other date as may be agreed by ABRCF, the Administrative Agent and such Non-Conduit Purchaser or the Funding Agent with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group) assign all or any portion of their respective rights and obligations under this Supplement and the Series 2010-6 Notes pursuant to Section 11.1 to a replacement Purchaser Group selected by ABRCF upon payment by the replacement Purchaser Group (or upon payment by ABRCF as agreed to by ABRCF, the assignor and the assignee) of an amount equal to the sum of (i) the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Removed Purchaser Group, and (ii)(A) if such Purchaser Group includes a Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, the sum of (x) all accrued and unpaid Discount on all outstanding Commercial Paper issued by, or for the benefit of, such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser to fund the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser from the issuance date(s) thereof to but excluding the date (the “Purchase Effective Date”) of the assignment to the replacement Purchaser Group and (y) the aggregate Discount to accrue on all outstanding Commercial Paper issued by, or for the benefit of, such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser to fund the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser from and including the Purchase Effective Date to and excluding the maturity date of each CP Tranche with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser or (B) if such Removed Purchaser Group includes a Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, the sum of (x) the aggregate amount of accrued and unpaid Discount on or in respect of the Commercial Paper issued by, or for the benefit of, such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser allocated, in whole or in part, by the Funding Agent with respect to such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, to fund the purchase or maintenance of the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser as of the Purchase Effective Date and (y) the aggregate amount of Discount to accrue on or in respect of the Commercial Paper issued by, or for the benefit of, such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser allocated, in whole or in part, by the Funding Agent with respect to such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, to fund the purchase or maintenance of the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser from and including the Purchase Effective Date to and excluding the maturity dates of such Commercial Paper, and (iii) (A) if such Removed Purchaser Group is a Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, all accrued and unpaid interest on the Purchaser Group Invested Amount for such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group, calculated as the sum for each day from but excluding the last day of the Series 2010-6 Interest Period immediately preceding the Purchase Effective Date to but excluding the Purchase Effective Date of the product of (1) the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser on such day, times (2) the sum of Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR with respect to each such day and the Class A Program Fee Rate or the Class B Program Fee Rate, as applicable, with respect

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to such Non-Conduit Purchaser Group divided by (3) 360, or (B) if such Removed Purchaser Group is a CP Conduit Purchaser Group, the sum of (1) all accrued and unpaid interest on the APA Bank Funded Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group, calculated at the Alternate Base Rate or the applicable Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR plus the Class A Applicable Margin or the Class B Applicable Margin, as applicable, as of the Purchase Effective Date and (2) if such CP Conduit Purchaser Group includes a SOFR Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, all accrued and unpaid interest on the CP Conduit Funded Amount for such CP Conduit Purchaser Group, calculated as the sum for each day from but excluding the last day of the Series 2010-6 Interest Period immediately preceding the Purchase Effective Date to but excluding the Purchase Effective Date of the product of (x) the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on each such day, times (y) Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR with respect to each such day with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group divided by (z) 360, and (iv) if such Removed Group is a CP Conduit Purchaser Group, for each day from but excluding the last day of the Series 2010-6 Interest Period immediately preceding the Purchase Effective Date to but excluding the Purchase Effective Date, an amount equal to (x) the Class A CP Conduit Funded Amount or Class B CP Conduit Funded Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Removed Purchaser Group on such day times (y) the Class A Program Fee Rate or the Class B Program Fee Rate, as applicable, divided by (z) 360, and (v) for each day from but excluding the last day of the Series 2010-6 Interest Period immediately preceding the Purchase Effective Date to but excluding the Purchase Effective Date, an amount equal to (x) the excess, if any, of the applicable Commitment Amount with respect to such Removed Purchaser Group over the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount or the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to such Purchaser Group on such day times (y) the Class A Commitment Fee Rate or the Class B Commitment Fee Rate, as applicable, as of such date divided by (z) 360, and (vi) all Article VII Costs then due and payable to such Removed Purchaser Group and (vii) without duplication, any other amounts then due and payable to such Removed Purchaser Group pursuant to this Supplement.

(e)      ABRCF may at any time add as a Class A Noteholder or a Class B Noteholder (A) a multi-seller commercial paper conduit as an additional CP Conduit Purchaser (an “Additional CP Conduit Purchaser”) and one or more banks providing support to the Additional CP Conduit Purchaser as APA Banks with respect to the Additional CP Conduit Purchaser (the “Related Additional APA Banks”) or (B) a financial institution or other entity (other than a commercial paper conduit) as an additional Non-Conduit Purchaser (an “Additional Non-Conduit Purchaser”), in each case with the prior written consent of the Administrative Agent (which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld and shall be deemed to have been provided on the date hereof in connection with the addition of the MS Purchaser Group), by providing at least ten Business Days written notice (except in the case of the addition of the MS Purchaser Group) of (i) (A) the names of the Additional CP Conduit Purchasers, the Related Additional APA Banks and the funding agent with respect to the Additional CP Conduit Purchasers and the Related Additional APA Banks (the “Additional Funding Agent”) or (B) the name of the Additional Non-Conduit Purchaser, as applicable, (ii) the date on which ABRCF desires to effect such addition (the “Purchaser Group Addition Date”), (iii) the proposed Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount and Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, with respect to the Additional CP Conduit Purchasers and the Related Additional APA Banks or the Additional Non-Conduit Purchaser, as applicable, and (iv) the Class A Commitment Percentage and the Class B Commitment Percentage of each Purchaser

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Group on the Purchaser Group Addition Date, after giving effect to the addition of the Additional CP Conduit Purchasers and the Related Additional APA Banks or the Additional Non-Conduit Purchaser, as applicable. Unless the Series 2010-6 Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount will be increased on such Purchaser Group Addition Date, each Purchaser Group shall make an assignment and assumption on the Purchaser Group Addition Date to the Additional CP Conduit Purchaser, the Related Additional APA Banks and the Additional Funding Agent or the Additional Non-Conduit Purchaser, as applicable, pursuant to Section 11.1, as directed by the Administrative Agent, with the result that after giving effect thereto, (i) the Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to each such Purchaser Group shall equal the product of (x) the Class A Invested Amount on the Purchaser Group Addition Date and (y) the Class A Commitment Percentage of such Purchaser Group on the Purchaser Group Addition Date, after giving effect to the addition of the Additional CP Conduit Purchaser and the Related Additional APA Banks or the Additional Non-Conduit Purchaser, as applicable and (ii) the Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to each such Purchaser Group shall equal the product of (x) the Class B Invested Amount on the Purchaser Group Addition Date and (y) the Class B Commitment Percentage of such Purchaser Group on the Purchaser Group Addition Date, after giving effect to the addition of the Additional CP Conduit Purchaser and the Related Additional APA Banks or the Additional Non-Conduit Purchaser, as applicable. No Purchaser Group shall be required to make any assignment unless such assigning Purchaser Group shall receive in cash an amount equal to the reduction in its Class A Invested Amount or its Class B Invested Amount, as applicable.

Section 2.7. Interest; Fees. (a) Interest shall be payable on the Series 2010-6 Notes on each Distribution Date pursuant to Section 3.3.

(b)      On any Business Day, ABRCF may, subject to Section 2.7(c), elect to allocate all or any portion of the Available CP Funding Amount with respect to any Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, to one or more CP Tranches with CP Rate Periods commencing on such Business Day by giving the Administrative Agent and the Funding Agent with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser irrevocable written or telephonic (confirmed in writing) notice thereof, which notice must be received by such Funding Agent prior to 3:00 p.m. (New York City time) on the second Business Day prior to such Business Day. Such notice shall specify (i) the applicable Business Day, (ii) the CP Rate Period for each CP Tranche to which a portion of the Available CP Funding Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group is to be allocated and (iii) the portion of such Available CP Funding Amount being allocated to each such CP Tranche. On any Business Day, ABRCF may, subject to Sections 2.7(c) and 7.4, elect to allocate all or any portion of the APA Bank Funded Amount with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser Group to the SOFR Tranche by giving the Administrative Agent and the Funding Agent with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group irrevocable written or telephonic (confirmed in writing) notice thereof, which notice must be received by such Funding Agent prior to 1:00 p.m. (New York City time) three Business Days prior to such Business Day. Such notice shall specify (i) the applicable Business Day, and (ii) the portion of such APA Bank Funded Amount being allocated to the SOFR Tranche. Upon receipt of any such notice, the Funding Agent with respect to a CP Conduit Purchaser Group shall notify the CP Conduit Purchaser and the APA Bank with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group of the contents of such notice promptly upon receipt thereof.

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(c)      Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Section 2.7, (i) (A) each Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser shall approve the length of each CP Rate Period and the portion of the Available CP Funding Amount with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser allocated to such CP Rate Period, (B) such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser may select, in its sole discretion, any new CP Rate Period if (x) ABRCF does not provide notice of a new CP Rate Period on a timely basis or (y) the Funding Agent with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, on behalf of such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser, determines, in its sole discretion, that the CP Rate Period requested by ABRCF is unavailable or for any reason commercially undesirable and (C) the portion of the Available CP Funding Amount with respect to such Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser allocable to each CP Tranche must be in an amount equal to $1,000,000 or an integral multiple of $100,000 in excess thereof and (ii) after the occurrence and during the continuance of any Amortization Event or Potential Amortization Event, ABRCF may not elect to allocate any portion of the APA Bank Funded Amount with respect to any CP Conduit Purchaser Group to the SOFR Tranche.

(d)      On any Business Day, a Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser may elect that ABRCF no longer be permitted to select CP Tranches in accordance with Sections 2.7(b) and (c) in respect of the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser by giving ABRCF and the Administrative Agent irrevocable written notice thereof, which notice must be received by ABRCF and the Administrative Agent at least one Business Day prior to such Business Day. On any Business Day, a Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser may with the prior written consent of the Administrator (which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld) elect thereafter to allow ABRCF to select CP Tranches in accordance with Sections 2.7(b) and (c) in respect of the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser by giving ABRCF and the Administrative Agent irrevocable written notice thereof, which notice and consent must be received by ABRCF and the Administrative Agent at least one Business Day prior to such election. Any CP Conduit Purchaser making an election to change the manner in which its funding costs in respect of its Class A Note or Class B Note are allocated in accordance with this Section 2.7(d) will be both a Match Funding CP Conduit Purchaser and a Pooled Funding CP Conduit Purchaser during the period that its Class A Note or Class B Note is funded on both a “pooled” and “match funded” basis and its Monthly Funding Costs during that period will be calculated accordingly.

(e)      ABRCF shall pay with funds available pursuant to Section 3.3(a) to the Administrative Agent, for the account of each Purchaser Group, on each Distribution Date, (i) a commitment fee with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date (the “Class A Commitment Fee”) during the period from the Series 2010-6 Closing Date to and including the Expiry Date with respect to such Purchaser Group equal to the product of (x) the Class A Commitment Fee Rate with respect to such Purchaser Group as of the last day of such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and (y) the excess of (i) the average daily Commitment Amount with respect to the Class A Notes with respect to such Purchaser Group during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period over (ii) the average daily Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and (ii) a commitment fee with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date (the “Class B Commitment Fee”) during the period from the Series 2010-6 Closing Date to and including the Expiry Date with respect to such Purchaser Group equal to the product of (x) the Class B Commitment Fee Rate with respect to such

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Purchaser Group as of the last day of such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and (y) the excess of (i) the average daily Commitment Amount with respect to the Class B Notes with respect to such Purchaser Group during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period over (ii) the average daily Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group during such Series 2010-6 Interest Period. The Class A Commitment Fees and the Class B Commitment Fees shall be payable monthly in arrears on each Distribution Date and shall be considered interest on the Series 2010-6 Notes for purposes of calculating the Accrued Amounts with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes.

(f)      ABRCF shall pay with funds available pursuant to Section 3.3(g) to the Administrative Agent, for the account of each Purchaser Group, on each Distribution Date, the Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to each Purchaser Group for the related Series 2010-6 Interest Period. The Contingent Monthly Funding Costs shall be payable monthly in arrears on each Distribution Date.

(g)      With respect to the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes, calculations of per annum rates (including Daily Simple SOFR) under this Supplement shall be made on the basis of a 360- (or 365-/366- in the case of interest on the Floating Tranche based on the Prime Rate) day year. With respect to the Class R Notes, calculations of per annum rates under this Supplement shall be made on the basis of a 360-day year consisting of twelve 30-day months. Calculations of Class A Commitment Fees and Class B Commitment Fees shall be made on the basis of a 360-day year. Each determination of the Alternate Base Rate or Daily Simple SOFR by the Administrative Agent or by any Funding Agent or Non-Conduit Purchaser shall be conclusive and binding upon each of the parties hereto in the absence of manifest error.

(h)      On any date prior to the occurrence of an Amortization Event on which more than 50% of the sum of the Class A Invested Amount and the Class B Invested Amount as of such date is funded by one or more APA Banks, each Non-Conduit Purchaser may elect, in its sole discretion, by delivering written notice to ABRCF, the Administrator and the Administrative Agent (a “Pricing Increase Notice”), to have the Monthly Funding Costs with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser calculated for each day of a Series 2010-6 Interest Period that more than 50% of the sum of the Class A Invested Amount and the Class B Invested Amount is funded by one or more APA Banks at a rate per annum equal to the sum of (A) Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR with respect to such day and (B) the Class A Applicable Margin or Class B Applicable Margin, as applicable, with respect to the SOFR Tranche on such day (rather than Adjusted Daily Simple SOFR with respect to such day and the Program Fee Rate on such day). At any time following delivery of a Pricing Increase Notice by a Non-Conduit Purchaser, such Non-Conduit Purchaser may, in its sole discretion, rescind such election by delivering written notice thereof to ABRCF and the Administrative Agent (a “Pricing Increase Rescission”).

Section 2.8. Indemnification by ABRCF. ABRCF agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Trustee, the Administrative Agent, each Funding Agent, each CP Conduit Purchaser, each APA Bank, each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each of their respective officers, directors, agents and employees (each, a “Company indemnified person”) from and against any loss, liability, expense, damage or injury suffered or sustained by (a “Claim”) such Company indemnified person by reason of (i) any acts, omissions or alleged acts or omissions arising out of, or relating to, activities of ABRCF pursuant to the Indenture or the other Related Documents

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to which it is a party, (ii) a breach of any representation or warranty made or deemed made by ABRCF (or any of its officers) in the Indenture or other Related Document or (iii) a failure by ABRCF to comply with any applicable law or regulation or to perform its covenants, agreements, duties or obligations required to be performed or observed by it in accordance with the provisions of the Indenture or the other Related Documents, including, but not limited to, any judgment, award, settlement, reasonable attorneys’ fees and other reasonable costs or expenses incurred in connection with the defense of any actual or threatened action, proceeding or claim, except to the extent such loss, liability, expense, damage or injury resulted from the gross negligence, bad faith or willful misconduct of such Company indemnified person or its officers, directors, agents, principals, employees or employers or includes any Excluded Taxes; provided that any payments made by ABRCF pursuant to this Section 2.8 shall be made solely from funds available pursuant to Section 3.3(e), shall be non-recourse other than with respect to such funds, and shall not constitute a claim against ABRCF to the extent that such funds are insufficient to make such payment.

Section 2.9. Funding Agents. (a)  The Funding Agent with respect to each CP Conduit Purchaser Group is hereby authorized to record on each Business Day the CP Conduit Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group and the aggregate amount of Discount accruing with respect thereto on such Business Day and the APA Bank Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group and the amount of interest accruing with respect thereto on such Business Day and, based on such recordations, to determine the Monthly Funding Costs with respect to each Series 2010-6 Interest Period and such CP Conduit Purchaser Group. Any such recordation by a Funding Agent, absent manifest error, shall constitute prima facie evidence of the accuracy of the information so recorded. Furthermore, the Funding Agent with respect to each CP Conduit Purchaser Group will maintain records sufficient to identify the percentage interest of the related CP Conduit Purchasers and each APA Bank with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group holding an interest in the Series 2010-6 Note registered in the name of such Funding Agent and any amounts owing thereunder.

(b)      Upon receipt of funds from the Administrative Agent on each Distribution Date and the date of any Decrease, each Funding Agent shall pay such funds to the related CP Conduit Purchasers and/or the related APA Bank owed such funds in accordance with the recordations maintained by it in accordance with Section 2.9(a) and the Asset Purchase Agreement with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser. If a Funding Agent shall have paid to any CP Conduit Purchaser or APA Bank any funds that (i) must be returned for any reason (including bankruptcy) or (ii) exceeds that which such CP Conduit Purchaser or APA Bank was entitled to receive, such amount shall be promptly repaid to such Funding Agent by such CP Conduit Purchaser or APA Bank.

(c)      Each Funding Agent hereby notifies ABRCF that: (i) such Funding Agent and/or its affiliates may from time to time purchase, hold or sell, as principal and/or agent, Commercial Paper issued by the CP Conduit Purchasers for which it acts as Funding Agent; (ii) such Funding Agent and/or its affiliates act as administrative agent for the related CP Conduit Purchasers, and as administrative agent such Funding Agent manages such CP Conduit Purchasers’ issuance of Commercial Paper, including the selection of amount and tenor of Commercial Paper issuance, and the discount or interest rate applicable thereto; (iii) such Funding Agent and/or its affiliates act as a Commercial Paper dealer for such CP Conduit

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Purchasers; and (iv) such Funding Agent’s activities as administrative agent and Commercial Paper dealer for such CP Conduit Purchasers, and as a purchaser or seller of Commercial Paper, impact the interest or discount rate applicable to the Commercial Paper issued by such CP Conduit Purchasers, which impact the Monthly Funding Costs paid by ABRCF hereunder. ABRCF hereby (x) acknowledges the foregoing and agrees that each such Funding Agent does not warrant or accept any responsibility for, and shall not have any liability with respect to, the interest or discount rate paid by the CP Conduit Purchasers for which it acts as Funding Agent in connection with its Commercial Paper issuance; (y) acknowledges that the discount or interest rate at which such Funding Agent and/or its affiliates purchase or sell Commercial Paper will be determined by such Funding Agent and/or its affiliates in their sole discretion and may differ from the discount or interest rate applicable to comparable transactions entered into by such Funding Agent and/or its affiliates on the relevant date; and (z) waives any conflict of interest arising by reason of such Funding Agent and/or its affiliates acting as administrative agent and Commercial Paper dealer for the applicable CP Conduit Purchasers while acting as purchaser or seller of Commercial Paper.

Section 2.10.      Reduction to Commitments.(a) Prior to the Reduction Date, the Series 2010-6 Maximum Invested Amount shall be as set forth in Schedule I-A hereto. On the Reduction Date, the parties hereto agree and acknowledge that the Series 2010-6 Maximum Invested Amount shall be automatically reduced by reducing the applicable Maximum Purchaser Group Amounts as set forth in Schedule I-B hereto. The parties hereto hereby waive any requirement of prior notice under Section 2.6(c) of this Supplement solely in connection with any reduction in Commitments on the Reduction Date.

Section 2.11.      Addition of MS Purchaser Group.(a) Prior to the Reduction Date, ABRCF anticipates that Morgan Stanley Bank, N.A. shall be added as an Additional Non-Conduit Purchaser (the “MS Purchaser Group”) pursuant to Section 2.6(e) and upon delivery of a Purchaser Group Supplement substantially in the form of Exhibit I-2. The parties hereto agree and acknowledge that the Series 2010-6 Maximum Invested Amount shall be automatically increased by an amount equal to the applicable Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount as provided in the MS Purchaser Group’s Purchaser Group Supplement. The parties hereto hereby waive any requirement of prior notice under Section 2.6(e) of this Supplement solely in connection with the addition of the MS Purchaser Group.

ARTICLE III

SERIES 2010-6 ALLOCATIONS

With respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes, the following shall apply:

Section 3.1. Establishment of Series 2010-6 Collection Account, Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account and Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account. (a) All Collections allocable to the Series 2010-6 Notes shall be allocated to the Collection Account.

(b)      The Trustee will create three administrative subaccounts within the Collection Account for the benefit of the Series 2010-6 Noteholders: the Series 2010-6

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Collection Account (such sub-account, the “Series 2010-6 Collection Account”), the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account (such sub-account, the “Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account”) and the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account (such sub-account, the “Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account”).

(c)      With respect to all Accounts created pursuant to this Supplement, the Trustee represents on the date hereof that it has an office in the United States which is not intended to be merely temporary and meets the description set forth in the second sentence of Article 4(1) of the Hague Convention on the Law Applicable to Certain Rights in Respect of Securities Held with an Intermediary, concluded 5 July 2006. The Law in force in the State of New York is applicable to all issues specified in Article 2(1) of the Hague Convention on the Law Applicable to Certain Rights in Respect of Securities Held with an Intermediary, concluded 5 July 2006.

Section 3.2. Allocations with Respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes. The net proceeds from the initial sale of the Series 2010-6 Notes and any Increase will be deposited into the Collection Account. On each Business Day on which Collections are deposited into the Collection Account (each such date, a “Series 2010-6 Deposit Date”), the Administrator will direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate all amounts deposited into the Collection Account in accordance with the provisions of this Section 3.2:

(a)      Allocations of Collections During the Series 2010-6 Revolving Period. During the Series 2010-6 Revolving Period, the Administrator will direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate on each day, prior to 11:00 a.m. (New York City time) on each Series 2010-6 Deposit Date, all amounts deposited into the Collection Account as set forth below:

(i)      allocate to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account an amount equal to the sum of (A) the Series 2010-6 Invested Percentage (as of such day) of the aggregate amount of Interest Collections on such day and (B) any Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Proceeds received by the Trustee on such day. All such amounts allocated to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account shall be further allocated to the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account; and

(ii)      allocate to the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account the sum of (A) the Series 2010-6 Invested Percentage (as of such day) of the aggregate amount of Principal Collections on such day (for any such day, the “Series 2010-6 Principal Allocation”) and (B) the proceeds from the initial issuance of the Series 2010-6 Notes and from any Increase; provided, however, if a Waiver Event shall have occurred, then such allocation shall be modified as provided in Article V.

(b)      Allocations of Collections During any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period. With respect to any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period, the Administrator will direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate, prior to 11:00 a.m. (New York City time) on any Series 2010-6 Deposit Date, all amounts deposited into the Collection Account as set forth below:

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(i)     allocate to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account an amount determined as set forth in Section 3.2(a)(i) above for such day, which amount shall be further allocated to the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account; and

(ii)     allocate to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Principal Allocation for such day, which amount shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Series 2010-6 Notes (A) in accordance with Section 3.5, (1) first, in respect of the Class A Notes in an amount equal to the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to the Related Month or in respect of the Class B Notes in an amount equal to the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to the Related Month and (2) second, in respect of the Class R Notes, in an amount equal to the Class R Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to the Related Month or (B) to make a Decrease; provided, however, that if the Monthly Total Principal Allocation for any Related Month exceeds the Series 2010-6 Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to the Related Month, then the amount of such excess shall be allocated to the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account; and provided, further, that if a Waiver Event shall have occurred, then such allocation shall be modified as provided in Article V.

(c)      Allocations of Collections During the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period. With respect to the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period, other than after the occurrence of an Event of Bankruptcy with respect to ABCR, any other Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee (other than a third-party Permitted Sublessee), the Administrator will direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate, prior to 11:00 a.m. (New York City time) on any Series 2010-6 Deposit Date, all amounts deposited into the Collection Account as set forth below:

(i)     allocate to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account an amount determined as set forth in Section 3.2(a)(i) above for such day, which amount shall be further allocated to the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account; and

(ii)     allocate to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Principal Allocation for such day, which amount shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class A Notes until the Class A Invested Amount is paid in full, and then to make principal payments in respect of the Class B Notes until the Class B Invested Amount is paid in full and then to make principal payments in respect of the Class R Notes until the Class R Invested Amount is paid in full; provided that if on any Determination Date (A) the Administrator determines that the amount anticipated to be available from Interest Collections allocable to the Series 2010-6 Notes, Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Proceeds and other amounts available pursuant to Section 3.3 to pay the Class A Senior Monthly Interest, the Class B Senior Monthly Interest, the Class A Commitment Fees and the Class B Commitment Fees on the next succeeding Distribution Date will be less than the Class A Senior Monthly Interest, the Class B Senior Monthly Interest, the Class A Commitment Fees and the Class B Commitment Fees for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day

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preceding such Distribution Date and (B) the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount is greater than zero, then the Administrator shall direct the Trustee in writing to reallocate a portion of the Principal Collections allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes during the Related Month equal to the lesser of such insufficiency and the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount to the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account to be treated as Interest Collections on such Distribution Date; provided further that if, after giving effect to any allocation on such Series 2010-6 Deposit Date, the Monthly Total Principal Allocation for the Related Month would exceed the sum of (x) the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount on such date and (y) any insufficiency described in the preceding proviso, then such excess shall be allocated to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account.

(d)      Allocations of Collections after the Occurrence of an Event of Bankruptcy. After the occurrence of an Event of Bankruptcy with respect to ABCR, any other Lessee or any Permitted Sublessee (other than a third-party Permitted Sublessee), the Administrator will direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate, prior to 11:00 a.m. (New York City time) on any Series 2010-6 Deposit Date, all amounts deposited into the Collection Account as set forth below:

(i)     allocate to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account an amount equal to the sum of (A) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the date of the occurrence of such Event of Bankruptcy of the aggregate amount of Interest Collections made under the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement, (B) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate amount of Interest Collections made under the AESOP II Loan Agreement and (C) any Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Proceeds received by the Trustee on such day. All such amounts allocated to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account shall be further allocated to the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account; and

(ii)     allocate to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account an amount equal to the sum of (A) the Series 2010-6 AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Percentage as of the date of the occurrence of such Event of Bankruptcy of the aggregate amount of Principal Collections made under the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement and (B) the Series 2010-6 VFN Percentage of the aggregate amount of Principal Collections made under the AESOP II Loan Agreement, which amount shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class A Notes until the Class A Invested Amount is paid in full, and after the Class A Notes have been paid in full shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class B Notes until the Class B Invested Amount is paid in full, and after the Class B Notes have been paid in full shall be used to make principal payments in respect of the Class R Notes until the Class R Invested Amount is paid in full; provided that if on any Determination Date (A) the Administrator determines that the amount anticipated to be available from Interest Collections allocable to the Series 2010-6 Notes, Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Proceeds and other amounts available pursuant to Section 3.3 to pay the Class A Senior Monthly Interest, the Class B Senior Monthly Interest, the Class A Commitment Fees and the Class B Commitment Fees on the next succeeding Distribution Date will be less than the

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Class A Senior Monthly Interest, the Class B Senior Monthly Interest, the Class A Commitment Fees and the Class B Commitment Fees for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date and (B) the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount is greater than zero, then the Administrator shall direct the Trustee in writing to reallocate a portion of the Principal Collections allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes during the Related Month equal to the lesser of such insufficiency and the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount to the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account to be treated as Interest Collections on such Distribution Date; provided further that if, after giving effect to any allocation on such Series 2010-6 Deposit Date, the Monthly Total Principal Allocation for the Related Month would exceed the sum of (x) the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount on such date and (y) any insufficiency described in the preceding proviso, then such excess shall be allocated to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account.

(e)      Allocations From Other Series. Amounts allocated to other Series of Notes that have been reallocated by ABRCF to the Series 2010-6 Notes (i) during the Series 2010-6 Revolving Period shall be allocated to the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account and applied in accordance with Section 3.2(e) and (ii) during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period or the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period shall be allocated to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account and applied in accordance with Section 3.2(b)(ii), 3.2(c)(ii) or 3.2(d)(ii), as the case may be, to make principal payments in respect of the Series 2010-6 Notes or to be allocated to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account.

(f)      Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account. Amounts allocated to the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account on any Series 2010-6 Deposit Date will be (i) first, used to reduce the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to any Non-Extending Purchaser Group to the extent required pursuant to Section 2.5(d), (ii) second, deposited in the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account in an amount up to the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Required Reserve Account Amount for such date, after giving effect to any Increase or Decrease on such date, over the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount for such date, (iii) third, to the extent directed by ABRCF used to pay the principal amount of other Series of Notes that are then required to be paid, (iv) fourth, to the extent directed in writing by the Administrator, used to make a voluntary Decrease in the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount, (v) fifth, to the extent directed in writing by the Administrator used to make a voluntary decrease in the Invested Amount of any other Series of Notes that may be reduced in accordance with the Indenture, (vi) sixth, released to AESOP Leasing in an amount equal to (A) the Loan Agreement’s Share with respect to the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement as of such date times (B) 100% minus the Loan Payment Allocation Percentage with respect to the AESOP I Operating Lease Loan Agreement as of such date times (C) the amount of any remaining funds and (vii) seventh, paid to ABRCF for any use permitted under the Related Documents, including to make Loans under the Loan Agreements to the extent the Borrowers have requested Loans thereunder and Eligible Vehicles are available for financing thereunder; provided, in the case of clauses (v), (vi) and (vii), that no AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Deficiency would result therefrom or exist immediately thereafter. Upon the occurrence

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of an Amortization Event, funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account will be withdrawn by the Trustee, deposited in the Series 2010-6 Collection Account and allocated as Principal Collections to reduce the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount on the immediately succeeding Distribution Date or to be allocated to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account.

(g)      Past Due Rental Payments. Notwithstanding Section 3.2(a), if after the occurrence of a Series 2010-6 Lease Payment Deficit, the Lessees shall make payments of Monthly Base Rent or other amounts payable by the Lessees under the Leases on or prior to the fifth Business Day after the occurrence of such Series 2010-6 Lease Payment Deficit (a “Past Due Rent Payment”), the Administrator shall direct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to allocate to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Invested Percentage as of the date of the occurrence of such Series 2010-6 Lease Payment Deficit of the Collections attributable to such Past Due Rent Payment (the “Series 2010-6 Past Due Rent Payment”). The Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Collection Account and apply the Series 2010-6 Past Due Rent Payment in the following order:

(i)     if the occurrence of such Series 2010-6 Lease Payment Deficit resulted in a withdrawal being made from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account pursuant to Section 3.3(b), deposit in the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the Series 2010-6 Past Due Rent Payment and (y) the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Required Reserve Account Amount over the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount on such day;

(ii)     if the occurrence of the related Series 2010-6 Lease Payment Deficit resulted in one or more Lease Deficit Disbursements being made under the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, pay to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider who made such a Lease Deficit Disbursement for application in accordance with the provisions of the applicable Series 2010-6 Reimbursement Agreement an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the unreimbursed amount of such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider’s Lease Deficit Disbursement and (y) such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider’s pro rata share, calculated on the basis of the unreimbursed amount of each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider’s Lease Deficit Disbursement, of the amount of the Series 2010-6 Past Due Rent Payment remaining after payment pursuant to clause (i) above;

(iii)     if the occurrence of such Series 2010-6 Lease Payment Deficit resulted in a withdrawal being made from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account, deposit in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the amount of the Series 2010-6 Past Due Rent Payment remaining after any payment pursuant to clauses (i) and (ii) above and (y) the amount withdrawn from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account on account of such Series 2010-6 Lease Payment Deficit;

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(iv)     allocate to the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account the amount, if any, by which the Series 2010-6 Lease Interest Payment Deficit, if any, relating to such Series 2010-6 Lease Payment Deficit exceeds the amount of the Series 2010-6 Past Due Rent Payment applied pursuant to clauses (i), (ii) and (iii) above; and

(v)     treat the remaining amount of the Series 2010-6 Past Due Rent Payment as Principal Collections allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes in accordance with Section 3.2(a)(ii), 3.2(b)(ii) or 3.2(c)(ii), as the case may be.

Section 3.3. Payments to Noteholders. The Funding Agent with respect to each CP Conduit Purchaser Group and each Non-Conduit Purchaser shall provide written notice to the Administrative Agent (x) no later than two Business Days prior to each Determination Date, setting forth the Monthly Funding Costs with respect to its Related Purchaser Group with respect to the portion of the current Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on such Business Day and a reasonable estimation of the Monthly Funding Costs with respect to such Purchaser Group for the remainder of such Series 2010-6 Interest Period and (y) within three Business Days after the end of each calendar month, setting forth the Monthly Funding Costs (calculated as if such calendar month was a Series 2010-6 Interest Period) with respect to such Purchaser Group for such calendar month. The Administrative Agent shall, within two Business Days following its receipt of such information from each Funding Agent and each Non-Conduit Purchaser, compile the information provided in such written notice pursuant to (x) or (y) above, as applicable, into one written notice for all Purchaser Groups and forward such notice to the Administrator. The Administrator shall determine the Senior Monthly Funding Costs, the Contingent Monthly Funding Costs, the Class A Senior Note Rate and the Class B Senior Note Rate based on the information provided by the Funding Agents and the Non-Conduit Purchasers. If the actual amount of the Monthly Funding Costs with respect to any Purchaser Group for a Series 2010-6 Interest Period is less than or greater than the amount thereof estimated by the Funding Agent or the Non-Conduit Purchaser with respect to its Related Purchaser Group on a Determination Date, such Funding Agent or Non-Conduit Purchaser shall notify the Administrator and the Administrative Agent thereof on the next succeeding Determination Date and the Administrator will reduce or increase the Monthly Funding Costs with respect to such Purchaser Group for the next succeeding Series 2010-6 Interest Period accordingly. The Administrator shall determine the Senior Monthly Funding Costs, the Contingent Monthly Funding Costs, the Class A Senior Note Rate and the Class B Senior Note Rate for the last Series 2010-6 Interest Period on the Determination Date immediately preceding the final Distribution Date based on the information provided by the Funding Agents and the Non-Conduit Purchasers. If a Funding Agent or Non-Conduit Purchaser determines that the actual Monthly Funding Costs with respect to its Related Purchaser Group for the last Series 2010-6 Interest Period will be more or less than the estimate thereof provided to the Administrator and informs the Administrator of such variance prior to the Distribution Date for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, the Administrator will recalculate the Senior Monthly Funding Costs, the Contingent Monthly Funding Costs, the Class A Senior Note Rate and the Class B Senior Note Rate with respect to such Purchaser Group for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period. On each Determination Date, as provided below, the Administrator shall instruct the Paying Agent in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to withdraw, and on the following Distribution Date the Paying Agent, acting in accordance with such instructions, shall withdraw the amounts required to be withdrawn from the Collection Account

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pursuant to Section 3.3(a) below in respect of all funds available from Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Proceeds and Interest Collections processed since the preceding Distribution Date and allocated to the holders of the Series 2010-6 Notes.

(a)      Class A Senior Note Interest, Class B Senior Note Interest, Class A Commitment Fees and Class B Commitment Fees.

(i)      Class A Notes. On each Determination Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee and the Paying Agent in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement as to the amount to be withdrawn and paid pursuant to Section 3.4 from the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account to the extent funds are anticipated to be available from Interest Collections allocable to the Series 2010-6 Notes and the Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Proceeds processed from, but not including, the preceding Distribution Date through the succeeding Distribution Date in respect of (x) first, an amount equal to the Class A Senior Monthly Interest for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding the related Distribution Date, (y) second, an amount equal to the Class A Commitment Fees for each Purchaser Group for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding the related Distribution Date, and (z) third, an amount equal to the amount of any unpaid Class A Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together with any accrued interest on such Class A Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall). On the following Distribution Date, the Trustee shall withdraw the amounts described in the first sentence of this Section 3.3(a)(i) from the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account and deposit such amounts in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account.

(ii)      Class B Notes. On each Determination Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee and the Paying Agent in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement as to the amount to be withdrawn and paid pursuant to Section 3.4 from the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account to the extent funds are anticipated to be available from Interest Collections allocable to the Series 2010-6 Notes and the Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Proceeds processed from, but not including, the preceding Distribution Date through the succeeding Distribution Date in respect of (x) first, an amount equal to the Class B Senior Monthly Interest for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding the related Distribution Date, (y) second, an amount equal to the Class B Commitment Fees for each Purchaser Group for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding the related Distribution Date, and (z) third, an amount equal to the amount of any unpaid Class B Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together with any accrued interest on such Class B Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall). On the following Distribution Date, the Trustee shall withdraw the amounts described in the first sentence of this Section 3.3(a)(ii) from the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account and deposit such amounts in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account.

(b)     Withdrawals from Series 2010-6 Reserve Account. If the Administrator determines on any Distribution Date that the amounts available

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from the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account are insufficient to pay the sum of the amounts described in clauses (x), (y) and (z) of Section 3.3(a)(i) and clauses (x), (y) and (z) of Section 3.3(a)(ii) above on such Distribution Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account and deposit in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account on such Distribution Date an amount equal to the lesser of the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount and such insufficiency. The Trustee shall withdraw such amount from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account and deposit such amount in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account.

(c)     Lease Payment Deficit Notice. On or before 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on each Distribution Date, the Administrator shall notify the Trustee of the amount of any Series 2010-6 Lease Payment Deficit, such notification to be in the form of Exhibit F (each a “Lease Payment Deficit Notice”).

(d)     Draws on Multi-Series Letters of Credit For Series 2010-6 Lease Interest Payment Deficits. If the Administrator determines on the Business Day immediately preceding any Distribution Date that on such Distribution Date there will exist a Series 2010-6 Lease Interest Payment Deficit, the Administrator shall, on or prior to 3:00 p.m. (New York City time) on such Business Day, instruct the Trustee in writing to draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, if any, and, the Trustee shall, by 5:00 p.m. (New York City time) on such Business Day draw an amount (identified by the Administrator) equal to the least of (i) such Series 2010-6 Lease Interest Payment Deficit, (ii) the excess, if any, of the sum of the amounts described in clauses (x), (y) and (z) of Section 3.3(a)(i) and clauses (x), (y) and (z) of Section 3.3(a)(ii) above for such Distribution Date over the amounts available from the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account on such Distribution Date plus the amount withdrawn from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account pursuant to Section 3.3(b) and (iii) the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit by presenting to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider a Certificate of Lease Deficit Demand and shall cause the Lease Deficit Disbursements to be deposited in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account on such Distribution Date for distribution in accordance with Section 3.4; provided, however, that if the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded, the Trustee shall withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account and deposit in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Percentage on such date of the least of the amounts described in clauses (i), (ii) and (iii) above and (y) the Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount on such date and draw an amount equal to the remainder of such amount on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit.

(e)     Balance. On or prior to the second Business Day preceding each Distribution Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee and the Paying Agent in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement to pay the balance

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(after making the payments required in Section 3.3(a)), if any, of the amounts available from the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account as follows:

(i)     on each Distribution Date during the Series 2010-6 Revolving Period or any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period, (1) first, to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account, an amount equal to the sum of (x) the aggregate Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to all Purchaser Groups for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date and (y) any Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall as of the immediately preceding Distribution Date (together with accrued interest thereon), (2) second, to the Administrator, an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Percentage as of the beginning of such Series 2010-6 Interest Period of the portion of the Monthly Administration Fee payable by ABRCF (as specified in clause (iii) of the definition thereof) for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, (3) third, to the Trustee, an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Percentage as of the beginning of such Series 2010-6 Interest Period of the Trustee’s fees for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, (4) fourth, to the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account to pay any Article VII Costs, (5) fifth, to pay any Carrying Charges (other than Carrying Charges provided for above) to the Persons to whom such amounts are owed, an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Percentage as of the beginning of such Series 2010-6 Interest Period of such Carrying Charges (other than Carrying Charges provided for above) for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, (6) sixth, to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account, an amount equal to the sum of (x) the Class R Monthly Interest with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date and (y) the Class R Monthly Interest Shortfall as of the immediately preceding Distribution Date, and (7) seventh, the balance, if any (“Excess Collections”), shall be withdrawn by the Paying Agent from the Series 2010-6 Collection Account and deposited in the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account; and

(ii)     on each Distribution Date during the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period, (1) first, to the Trustee, an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Percentage as of the beginning of such Series 2010-6 Interest Period of the Trustee’s fees for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, (2) second, to the Administrator, an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Percentage as of the beginning of such Series 2010-6 Interest Period of the portion of the Monthly Administration Fee (as specified in clause (iii) of the definition thereof) payable by ABRCF for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, (3) third, to the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account to pay any Article VII Costs, (4) fourth, to pay any Carrying Charges (other than Carrying Charges provided for above) to the Persons to whom such amounts are owed, an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Percentage as of the beginning of such Series 2010-6 Interest Period of such Carrying Charges (other than Carrying Charges provided for above) for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, (5) fifth, to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account, an amount equal to the sum of (x) the Class R Monthly Interest with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date and (y) the

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Class R Monthly Interest Shortfall as of the immediately preceding Distribution Date, and (6) sixth, the balance, if any, shall be treated as Principal Collections.

(f)     Class A Senior Note Interest and Commitment Fee Shortfalls. If the amounts described in Section 3.3(a)(i), (b) and (d) are insufficient to pay the Class A Senior Monthly Interest and the Class A Commitment Fees of the Purchaser Groups on any Distribution Date, payments of Class A Senior Monthly Interest to the Class A Noteholders and payments of Class A Commitment Fees to the Purchaser Groups will be reduced on a pro rata basis by the amount of such deficiency. The aggregate amount, if any, of such deficiency on any Distribution Date, together with the aggregate unpaid amount of any such deficiencies with respect to all prior Distribution Dates, shall be referred to as the “Class A Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall.” Interest shall accrue on the Class A Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall at the Alternate Base Rate plus 2% per annum.

(g)     Class B Note Interest and Commitment Fee Shortfalls. If the amounts described in Section 3.3(a)(ii), (b) and (d) are insufficient to pay the Class B Senior Monthly Interest and the Class B Commitment Fees of the Purchaser Groups on any Distribution Date, payments of Class B Senior Monthly Interest to the Class B Noteholders and payments of Class B Commitment Fees to the Purchaser Groups will be reduced on a pro rata basis by the amount of such deficiency. The aggregate amount, if any, of such deficiency on any Distribution Date, together with the aggregate unpaid amount of any such deficiencies with respect to all prior Distribution Dates, shall be referred to as the “Class B Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall.” Interest shall accrue on the Class B Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall at the Alternate Base Rate plus 2% per annum.

(h)     Contingent Monthly Funding Costs. On each Determination Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee and the Paying Agent in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement as to the amount to be withdrawn and paid pursuant to Section 3.4 from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account in respect of (x) first, an amount equal to the aggregate Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to all Purchaser Groups for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding the related Distribution Date and (y) second, the amount of any unpaid Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together with any accrued interest on such Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall). On the following Distribution Date, the Trustee shall withdraw the lesser of (x) the amounts described in the first sentence of this Section 3.3(h) and (y) the excess of the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount (after giving effect to any withdrawals from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account pursuant to Section 3.3(b), 3.5(c)(i) and/or 3.5(d)(i) with respect to such Distribution Date) over the Series 2010-6 Required Reserve Account Amount on such Distribution Date, from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account and deposit such amount in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account.

(i)     Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfalls. If the amounts withdrawn from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account pursuant to Section 3.3(h) are insufficient to pay the aggregate Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to the Purchaser Groups on any Distribution Date, payments of Class A Contingent Monthly Funding

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Costs to the Purchaser Groups will be reduced on a pro rata basis by the amount of such deficiency. The aggregate amount, if any, of such deficiency as of any Distribution Date, together with the aggregate unpaid amount of any such deficiencies with respect to all prior Distribution Dates, shall be referred to as the “Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall.” Interest shall accrue on the Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall at the Alternate Base Rate plus 2% per annum. If the amounts withdrawn from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account pursuant to Section 3.3(h) are insufficient to pay the aggregate Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to the Purchaser Groups on any Distribution Date, payments of Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs to the Purchaser Groups will be reduced on a pro rata basis by the amount of such deficiency. The aggregate amount, if any, of such deficiency as of any Distribution Date, together with the aggregate unpaid amount of any such deficiencies with respect to all prior Distribution Dates, shall be referred to as the “Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall.” Interest shall accrue on the Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall at the Alternate Base Rate plus 2% per annum. The sum of the Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall and the Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall as of any Distribution Date shall be referred to herein as the “Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall”.

(j)     Class R Monthly Interest. On each Determination Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee and the Paying Agent in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement as to the amount to be withdrawn and paid pursuant to Section 3.4 from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account in respect of (x) first, an amount equal to the aggregate Class R Monthly Interest for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding the related Distribution Date and (y) second, the amount of any unpaid Class R Monthly Interest Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date. On the following Distribution Date, the Trustee shall withdraw the lesser of (x) the amounts described in the first sentence of this Section 3.3(j) and (y) the excess of the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount (after giving effect to any withdrawals from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account pursuant to Section 3.3(b), 3.3(i), 3.5(c)(i) and/or 3.5(d)(i) with respect to such Distribution Date) over the Series 2010-6 Required Reserve Account Amount on such Distribution Date, from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account and deposit such amount in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account.

(k)     Class R Monthly Interest Shortfalls. If the amounts withdrawn from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account pursuant to Section 3.3(j) are insufficient to pay the Class R Monthly Interest on any Distribution Date, payments of Class R Monthly Interest will be reduced on a pro rata basis by the amount of such deficiency. The aggregate amount, if any, of such deficiency as of any Distribution Date, together with the aggregate unpaid amount of any such deficiencies with respect to all prior Distribution Dates, shall be referred to as the “Class R Monthly Interest Shortfall.” No interest shall accrue on the Class R Monthly Interest Shortfall.

Section 3.4. Payment of Class A Senior Note Interest, Class B Senior Note Interest, Class A Commitment Fees, Class B Commitment Fees, Contingent Monthly Funding Costs and Class R Monthly Note Interest. On each Distribution Date, subject to Section 9.8 of the Base Indenture, the Paying Agent shall, in accordance with Section 6.1 of the Base Indenture,

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pay from the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account the following amounts in the following order of priority from amounts deposited in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account pursuant to Section 3.3:

(i)      first, to the Administrative Agent for the accounts of the Purchaser Groups the Class A Senior Monthly Interest with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date, along with any Class A Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together with any accrued interest on such Class A Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall);

(ii)      second, to the Administrative Agent for the accounts of the Purchaser Groups the Class B Senior Monthly Interest with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date, along with any Class B Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together with any accrued interest on such Class B Senior Monthly Interest Shortfall);

(iii)      third, to the Administrative Agent for the accounts of the Purchaser Groups (x) first any accrued and unpaid Class A Commitment Fees and (y) second any accrued and unpaid Class B Commitment Fees;

(iv)      fourth, to the Administrative Agent for the accounts of the Purchaser Groups (x) first the Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date, along with any Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Cost Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together with any accrued interest on such Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall) and (y) second the Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date, along with any Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Cost Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date (together with any accrued interest on such Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall); and

(v)      fifth, to the Class R Noteholders, the Class R Monthly Interest with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ended on the day preceding such Distribution Date, along with any Class R Monthly Interest Shortfall as of the preceding Distribution Date.

Upon the receipt of funds from the Paying Agent on each Distribution Date on account of Class A Senior Monthly Interest, the Administrative Agent shall pay to each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent with respect to a CP Conduit Purchaser Group an amount equal to the Class A Senior Monthly Funding Costs with respect to its Related Purchaser Group with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date plus the amount of any unpaid Class A Senior Monthly Interest Shortfalls relating to unpaid Class A Senior Monthly Interest payable to such Purchaser Group as of the preceding Distribution Date, together with any interest thereon at the Alternate Base Rate plus 2% per annum. If the amount paid to the Administrative Agent on any Distribution Date pursuant to this Section 3.4 on account of Class A Senior Monthly Interest for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date is less than such Class A Senior Monthly Interest, the Administrative Agent shall pay the amount available to the Non-Conduit Purchasers and the

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Funding Agents, on behalf of the CP Conduit Purchaser Groups, on a pro rata basis, based on the Class A Senior Monthly Funding Costs with respect to each Related Purchaser Group with respect to such Series 2010-6 Interest Period. Upon the receipt of funds from the Paying Agent on each Distribution Date on account of the Class A Commitment Fees, the Administrative Agent shall pay to each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent with respect to a CP Conduit Purchaser Group an amount equal to the Class A Commitment Fee payable to its Related Purchaser Group with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date plus the amount of any unpaid Class A Senior Monthly Interest Shortfalls relating to unpaid Class A Commitment Fees payable to such Purchaser Group as of the preceding Distribution Date, together with any interest thereon at the Alternate Base Rate plus 2% per annum.

Upon the receipt of funds from the Paying Agent on each Distribution Date on account of Class B Senior Monthly Interest, the Administrative Agent shall pay to each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent with respect to a CP Conduit Purchaser Group an amount equal to the Class B Senior Monthly Funding Costs with respect to its Related Purchaser Group with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date plus the amount of any unpaid Class B Senior Monthly Interest Shortfalls relating to unpaid Class B Senior Monthly Interest payable to such Purchaser Group as of the preceding Distribution Date, together with any interest thereon at the Alternate Base Rate plus 2% per annum. If the amount paid to the Administrative Agent on any Distribution Date pursuant to this Section 3.4 on account of Class B Senior Monthly Interest for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date is less than such Class B Senior Monthly Interest, the Administrative Agent shall pay the amount available to the Non-Conduit Purchasers and the Funding Agents, on behalf of the CP Conduit Purchaser Groups, on a pro rata basis, based on the Class B Senior Monthly Funding Costs with respect to each Related Purchaser Group with respect to such Series 2010-6 Interest Period. Upon the receipt of funds from the Paying Agent on each Distribution Date on account of Class B Commitment Fees, the Administrative Agent shall pay to each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent with respect to a CP Conduit Purchaser Group an amount equal to the Class B Commitment Fee payable to its Related Purchaser Group with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date plus the amount of any unpaid Class B Senior Monthly Interest Shortfalls relating to unpaid Class B Commitment Fees payable to such Purchaser Group as of the preceding Distribution Date, together with any interest thereon at the Alternate Base Rate plus 2% per annum.

If the amount paid to the Administrative Agent on any Distribution Date pursuant to this Section 3.4 on account of Class A Commitment Fees is less than the Class A Commitment Fees payable on such Distribution Date, the Administrative Agent shall pay the amount available to the Non-Conduit Purchasers and the Funding Agents, on behalf of the CP Conduit Purchaser Groups, on a pro rata basis, based on the Class A Commitment Fee payable to each Purchaser Group on such Distribution Date. If the amount paid to the Administrative Agent on any Distribution Date pursuant to this Section 3.4 on account of Class B Commitment Fees is less than the Class B Commitment Fees payable on such Distribution Date, the Administrative Agent shall pay the amount available to the applicable Non-Conduit Purchasers and the Funding Agents, on behalf of the CP Conduit Purchaser Groups, on a pro rata basis, based on the Class B Commitment Fee payable to each such Purchaser Group on such Distribution Date.

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Upon the receipt of funds from the Paying Agent on each Distribution Date on account of Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs, the Administrative Agent shall pay to each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent with respect to a CP Conduit Purchaser Group an amount equal to the Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to its Related Purchaser Group with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date plus the amount of any unpaid Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfalls payable to such Purchaser Group as of the preceding Distribution Date, together with any interest thereon at the Alternate Base Rate plus 2% per annum. If the amount paid to the Administrative Agent on any Distribution Date pursuant to this Section 3.4 on account of Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date is less than the aggregate Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to the Purchaser Groups for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, the Administrative Agent shall pay the amount available to the Non-Conduit Purchasers and the Funding Agents, on behalf of the CP Conduit Purchaser Groups, on a pro rata basis, based on the Class A Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to each Related Purchaser Group with respect to such Series 2010-6 Interest Period. Upon the receipt of funds from the Paying Agent on each Distribution Date on account of Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs, the Administrative Agent shall pay to each applicable Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent with respect to a CP Conduit Purchaser Group an amount equal to the Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to its Related Purchaser Group with respect to the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date plus the amount of any unpaid Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfalls payable to such Purchaser Group as of the preceding Distribution Date, together with any interest thereon at the Alternate Base Rate plus 2% per annum. If the amount paid to the Administrative Agent on any Distribution Date pursuant to this Section 3.4 on account of Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the day preceding such Distribution Date is less than the aggregate Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to the applicable Purchaser Groups for such Series 2010-6 Interest Period, the Administrative Agent shall pay the amount available to the applicable Non-Conduit Purchasers and the Funding Agents, on behalf of the CP Conduit Purchaser Groups, on a pro rata basis, based on the Class B Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to each Related Purchaser Group with respect to such Series 2010-6 Interest Period.

Upon the receipt of funds from the Trustee or the Paying Agent on any Distribution Date on account of Article VII Costs, the Administrative Agent shall pay such amounts to the Non-Conduit Purchaser owed such amounts and/or the Funding Agent with respect to the CP Conduit Purchaser or the APA Bank owed such amounts. If the amounts paid to the Administrative Agent on any Distribution Date pursuant to Section 3.3(e) on account of Article VII Costs are less than the Article VII Costs due and payable on such Distribution Date, the Administrative Agent shall pay the amounts available to the Non-Conduit Purchasers owed such amounts and/or the Funding Agents with respect to the CP Conduit Purchasers and APA Banks owed such amounts, on a pro rata basis, based on the Article VII Costs owing to such Non-Conduit Purchasers, CP Conduit Purchasers and APA Banks. Due and unpaid Article VII Costs owing to a Purchaser Group shall accrue interest at the Alternate Base Rate plus 2%; provided that Article VII Costs shall not be considered due until the first Distribution Date following five days’ notice to ABRCF and the Administrator of such Article VII Costs.

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Section 3.5. Payment of Note Principal.

(a)      Monthly Payments During any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period or Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period. Commencing on the second Determination Date during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period or the first Determination Date after the commencement of the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee and the Paying Agent in writing pursuant to the Administration Agreement and in accordance with this Section 3.5 as to (i) the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes during the Related Month pursuant to Section 3.2(b)(ii), (c)(ii) or (d)(ii), as the case may be, and the portion of such amount, if any, that has been previously applied to make a Decrease pursuant to Section 2.5 during the Related Month, (ii) any amounts to be withdrawn from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account and deposited into the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account or (iii) any amounts to be drawn on the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes and/or on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit (or withdrawn from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account). On the Distribution Date following each such Determination Date, the Trustee shall withdraw the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes during the Related Month pursuant to Section 3.2(b)(ii), (c)(ii) or (d)(ii), as the case may be, less the portion of such amount, if any, that has been previously applied to make a Decrease pursuant to Section 2.5 during the Related Month, from the Series 2010-6 Collection Account and deposit such amount in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account, to be paid to the holders of the Series 2010-6 Notes in accordance with Section 3.5(e).

(b)      Decreases. On any Business Day (x) during the Series 2010-6 Revolving Period on which a Decrease is to be made pursuant to Section 2.5, the Trustee shall withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account, or (y) during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period on which a Decrease is to be made pursuant to Section 2.5, the Trustee shall withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account and/or the Series 2010-6 Collection Account, in each case, in accordance with the written instructions of the Administrator, an amount equal to the lesser of (i) the amounts specified in clauses (x) and (y) of the first sentence of Section 2.5(a) and (ii) the amount of such Decrease, and deposit such amount in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account, to be paid to the Administrative Agent for distribution in accordance with Section 3.5(f).

(c)      Principal Deficit Amount. On each Distribution Date on which the Principal Deficit Amount is greater than zero, amounts shall be transferred to the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account as follows:

(i)     Reserve Account Withdrawal. The Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing, prior to 12:00 noon (New York City time) on such Distribution Date, in the case of a Principal Deficit Amount resulting from a Series 2010-6 Lease Payment Deficit, or prior to 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the second Business Day prior to such Distribution Date, in the case of any other Principal Deficit Amount, to withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account, an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount and (y) such Principal Deficit Amount and deposit it in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account on such Distribution Date.

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(ii)     Principal Draws on Multi-Series Letters of Credit. If the Administrator determines on the Business Day immediately preceding any Distribution Date during the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period that on such Distribution Date there will exist a Series 2010-6 Lease Principal Payment Deficit, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, if any, as provided below. Upon receipt of a notice by the Trustee from the Administrator in respect of a Series 2010-6 Lease Principal Payment Deficit on or prior to 3:00 p.m. (New York City time) on the Business Day immediately preceding a Distribution Date, the Trustee shall, by 5:00 p.m. (New York City time) on such Business Day draw an amount equal to the least of (i) such Series 2010-6 Lease Principal Payment Deficit, (ii) the amount by which the Principal Deficit Amount for such Distribution Date exceeds the amount to be deposited in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account in accordance with clause (i) of this Section 3.5(c) and (iii) the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, by presenting to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider a Certificate of Lease Deficit Demand and shall cause the Lease Deficit Disbursements to be deposited in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account on such Distribution Date; provided, however, that if the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded, the Trustee shall withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account and deposit in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Percentage for such date of the least of the amounts described in clauses (i), (ii) and (iii) above and (y) the Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount on such date and draw an amount equal to the remainder of such amount on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit.

(iii)     Demand Note Draw. If on any Determination Date, the Administrator determines that the Principal Deficit Amount on the next succeeding Distribution Date (after giving effect to any withdrawal from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account pursuant to Section 3.5(c)(i) on such Distribution Date) will be greater than zero and there are any Multi-Series Letters of Credit on such date, prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on the second Business Day prior to such Distribution Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to deliver a Demand Notice to the Demand Note Issuers demanding payment of an amount equal to the lesser of (A) the Principal Deficit Amount and (B) the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount. The Trustee shall, prior to 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the second Business Day preceding such Distribution Date, deliver such Demand Notice to the Demand Note Issuers; provided, however, that if an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of 60 consecutive days) with respect to a Demand Note Issuer shall have occurred and be continuing, the Trustee shall not be required to deliver such Demand Notice to such Demand Note Issuer. The Trustee shall cause the proceeds of any demand on the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes to be deposited into the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account.

(iv)     Letter of Credit Draw. In the event that either (x) on or prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on the Business Day prior to such Distribution Date, any Demand Note Issuer shall have failed to pay to the Trustee or deposit in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account the amount specified in such Demand Notice in whole or in part or (y) due to the occurrence of an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event

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described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of 60 consecutive days) with respect to any Demand Note Issuer, the Trustee shall not have delivered such Demand Notice to any Demand Note Issuer on the second Business Day preceding such Distribution Date, then, in the case of (x) or (y) the Trustee shall on such Business Day draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit an amount equal to the lesser of (i) Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount and (ii) the aggregate amount that the Demand Note Issuers failed to pay under the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes (or, the amount that the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) by presenting to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider a Certificate of Unpaid Demand Note Demand; provided, however, that if the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded, the Trustee shall withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account and deposit in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Percentage on such Business Day of the aggregate amount that the Demand Note Issuers failed to pay under the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes (or, the amount that the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) and (y) the Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount on such Business Day and draw an amount equal to the remainder of the aggregate amount that the Demand Note Issuers failed to pay under the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes (or, the amount that the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit. The Trustee shall deposit into, or cause the deposit of, the applicable portion of the proceeds of any draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit related to the Series 2010-6 Notes and the proceeds of any withdrawal from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account to be deposited in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account on such Distribution Date.

(d)      Series 2010-6 Termination Date. The entire Class A Invested Amount, the entire Class B Invested Amount and the entire Class R Invested Amount shall be due and payable on the Series 2010-6 Termination Date. In connection therewith:

(i)     Reserve Account Withdrawal. If, after giving effect to the deposit into the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account of the amount to be deposited in accordance with Section 3.5(a), together with any amounts to be deposited therein in accordance with Section 3.5(c) on the Series 2010-6 Termination Date, the amount to be deposited in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account with respect to the Series 2010-6 Termination Date is or will be less than the sum of (x) the Class A Invested Amount and (y) the Class B Invested Amount, then, prior to 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the second Business Day prior to the Series 2010-6 Termination Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account, an amount equal to the lesser of the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount and such insufficiency and deposit it in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account on the Series 2010-6 Termination Date.

(ii)     Demand Note Draw. If the amount to be deposited in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account in accordance with Section 3.5(a) together with any amounts to be deposited therein in accordance with Section 3.5(c) and Section 3.5(d)(i) on the Series 2010-6 Termination Date is less than the sum of (x) the Class A Invested Amount and (y) the Class B Invested Amount, and there are any Multi-Series Letters of Credit on such

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date, then, prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on the second Business Day prior to the Series 2010-6 Termination Date, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to make a demand (a “Demand Notice”) substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit G on the Demand Note Issuers for payment under the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes in an amount equal to the lesser of (i) such insufficiency and (ii) the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount. The Trustee shall, prior to 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the second Business Day preceding the Series 2010-6 Termination Date, deliver such Demand Notice to the Demand Note Issuers; provided, however, that if an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of 60 consecutive days) with respect to a Demand Note Issuer shall have occurred and be continuing, the Trustee shall not be required to deliver such Demand Notice to such Demand Note Issuer. The Trustee shall cause the proceeds of any demand on the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes to be deposited into the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account.

(iii)     Letter of Credit Draw. In the event that either (x) on or prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on the Business Day immediately preceding any Distribution Date next succeeding any date on which a Demand Notice has been transmitted by the Trustee to the Demand Note Issuers pursuant to clause (ii) of this Section 3.5(d) any Demand Note Issuer shall have failed to pay to the Trustee or deposit into the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account the amount specified in such Demand Notice in whole or in part or (y) due to the occurrence of an Event of Bankruptcy (or the occurrence of an event described in clause (a) of the definition thereof, without the lapse of a period of 60 consecutive days) with respect to one or more of the Demand Note Issuers, the Trustee shall not have delivered such Demand Notice to any Demand Note Issuer on the second Business Day preceding the Series 2010-6 Termination Date, then, in the case of (x) or (y) the Trustee shall draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on such Business Day an amount equal to the lesser of (a) the amount that the Demand Note Issuers failed to pay under the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes (or, the amount that the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) and (b) the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Amount on such Business Day by presenting to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider a Certificate of Unpaid Demand Note Demand; provided, however, that if the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded, the Trustee shall withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account and deposit in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account an amount equal to the lesser of (x) the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Percentage on such Business Day of the amount that the Demand Note Issuers failed to pay under the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes (or, the amount that the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) and (y) the Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount on such Business Day and draw an amount equal to the remainder of the amount that the Demand Note Issuers failed to pay under the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes (or, the amount that the Trustee failed to demand for payment thereunder) on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit. The Trustee shall deposit, or cause the deposit of, the applicable portion of the proceeds of any draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit related to the Series 2010-6 Notes and the proceeds of any withdrawal from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account to be deposited in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account on such Distribution Date.

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(e)      Distribution.

(i)      Class A Notes. On each Distribution Date occurring on or after the date a withdrawal is made from the Series 2010-6 Collection Account pursuant to Section 3.5(a) or amounts are deposited in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account pursuant to Section 3.5(c) and/or (d), the Paying Agent shall, in accordance with Section 6.1 of the Base Indenture, pay to the Administrative Agent for the accounts of the Purchaser Groups from the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account the amount deposited therein pursuant to Section 3.5(a), (c) and/or (d) to the extent necessary to pay the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to Related Month during the Class A Controlled Amortization Period or to the extent necessary to pay the Class A Invested Amount during the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period.

(ii)      Class B Notes. On each Distribution Date occurring on or after the date a withdrawal is made from the Series 2010-6 Collection Account pursuant to Section 3.5(a) or amounts are deposited in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account pursuant to Section 3.5(c) and/or (d), the Paying Agent shall, in accordance with Section 6.1 of the Base Indenture, pay to the Administrative Agent for the accounts of the Purchaser Groups from the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account the amount deposited therein pursuant to Section 3.5(a), (c) and/or (d) less the aggregate amount applied to make payments required pursuant to Section 3.5(e)(i), to the extent necessary to pay the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to Related Month during the Class B Controlled Amortization Period or to the extent necessary to pay the Class B Invested Amount during the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period.

(iii)      Class R Notes. On each Distribution Date occurring on or after the date a withdrawal is made from the Series 2010-6 Collection Account pursuant to Section 3.5(a) and either (x) prior to the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period or (y) after the Class A Invested Amount has been paid in full and the Class B Invested Amount has been paid in full, the Paying Agent shall, in accordance with Section 6.1 of the Base Indenture, pay pro rata to Class R Noteholders from the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account the amount deposited therein pursuant to Section 3.5(a) less the aggregate amount applied to make payments required pursuant to Section 3.5(e)(i) and Section 3.5(e)(ii), to the extent necessary to pay the Class R Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to Related Month during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period or to the extent necessary to pay the Class R Invested Amount during the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period.

(f)      Payment of Funds from Decreases. Upon the receipt of funds on account of a Decrease from the Trustee, the Administrative Agent shall pay as follows (1) first, such funds will be used to pay to each Funding Agent with respect to a Non-Extending Purchaser Group that is a CP Conduit Purchaser Group and to each Non-Conduit Purchaser that constitutes a Non-Extending Purchaser Group that is a Non-Conduit Purchaser Group a pro rata amount of the Decrease, based on the Purchaser Group Invested Amounts with respect to such Non-Extending Purchaser Group relative to the Purchaser Group Invested Amounts with respect to all Non-Extending Purchaser Groups on the date of such Decrease, (2) second, allocated on a pro rata basis between the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes, to each Non-Conduit Purchaser and

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Funding Agent with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, such Purchaser Group’s pro rata share (based on the percentage that its Class A Purchaser Group Invested Amount or Class B Purchaser Group Invested Amount, as applicable, represents of the Class A Invested Amount or the Class B Invested Amount, as applicable) of the remaining amount of such Decrease, and (3) third, solely if such Decrease occurs when no Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period or Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Event is occurring, any remaining funds will be used to pay to each Committed Note Purchaser a pro rata amount of the Decrease, based on the Class R Invested Amount with respect to such Committed Note Purchaser. Each CP Conduit Purchaser Group’s share of the amount of any Decrease on any Business Day shall be allocated by such CP Conduit Purchaser Group first to reduce the Available CP Funding Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group and the APA Bank Funded Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on such Business Day and then to reduce the portion of the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser Group allocated to CP Tranches in such order as such CP Conduit Purchaser Group may select in order to minimize costs payable pursuant to Section 7.3. Upon the receipt of funds from the Trustee pursuant to Sections 3.5(a), (c) and/or (d) on any Distribution Date, the Administrative Agent shall pay to each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, such Purchaser Group’s Pro Rata Share of such funds.

Section 3.6. Administrator’s Failure to Instruct the Trustee to Make a Deposit or Payment. If the Administrator fails to give notice or instructions to make (i) any payment from or deposit into the Collection Account, (ii) any draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit or (iii) any withdrawals from any Account, in each case required to be given by the Administrator, at the time specified in the Administration Agreement or any other Related Document (including applicable grace periods), the Trustee shall make such payment or deposit into or from the Collection Account, such draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit, or such withdrawal from such Account, in each case without such notice or instruction from the Administrator, provided that the Administrator, upon request of the Trustee, promptly provides the Trustee with all information necessary to allow the Trustee to make such a payment, deposit, draw or withdrawal. When any payment, deposit, draw or withdrawal hereunder or under any other Related Document is required to be made by the Trustee or the Paying Agent at or prior to a specified time, the Administrator shall deliver any applicable written instructions with respect thereto reasonably in advance of such specified time.

Section 3.7. Series 2010-6 Reserve Account.

(a)      Establishment of Series 2010-6 Reserve Account. ABRCF shall establish and maintain in the name of the Series 2010-6 Agent for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders, or cause to be established and maintained, an account (the “Series 2010-6 Reserve Account”), bearing a designation clearly indicating that the funds deposited therein are held for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders. The Series 2010-6 Reserve Account shall be maintained (i) with a Qualified Institution, or (ii) as a segregated trust account with the corporate trust department of a depository institution or trust company having corporate trust powers and acting as trustee for funds deposited in the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account; provided that, if at any time such Qualified Institution is no longer a Qualified Institution or the credit rating of any securities issued by such depositary institution or trust company shall be reduced to below “BBB-” by Standard & Poor’s, “Baa2” by Moody’s or

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“BBB (low)” by DBRS, then ABRCF shall, within 30 days of such reduction, establish a new Series 2010-6 Reserve Account with a new Qualified Institution. If the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account is not maintained in accordance with the previous sentence, ABRCF shall establish a new Series 2010-6 Reserve Account, within ten (10) Business Days after obtaining knowledge of such fact, which complies with such sentence, and shall instruct the Series 2010-6 Agent in writing to transfer all cash and investments from the non-qualifying Series 2010-6 Reserve Account into the new Series 2010-6 Reserve Account. Initially, the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account will be established with The Bank of New York Mellon.

(b)      Administration of the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account. The Administrator may instruct the institution maintaining the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account to invest funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account from time to time in Permitted Investments; provided, however, that any such investment shall mature not later than the Business Day prior to the Distribution Date following the date on which such funds were received, unless any Permitted Investment held in the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account is held with the Paying Agent, then such investment may mature on such Distribution Date and such funds shall be available for withdrawal on or prior to such Distribution Date. All such Permitted Investments will be credited to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account and any such Permitted Investments that constitute (i) physical property (and that is not either a United States security entitlement or a security entitlement) shall be physically delivered to the Trustee; (ii) United States security entitlements or security entitlements shall be controlled (as defined in Section 8-106 of the New York UCC) by the Trustee pending maturity or disposition, and (iii) uncertificated securities (and not United States security entitlements) shall be delivered to the Trustee by causing the Trustee to become the registered holder of such securities. The Trustee shall, at the expense of ABRCF, take such action as is required to maintain the Trustee’s security interest in the Permitted Investments credited to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account. ABRCF shall not direct the Trustee to dispose of (or permit the disposal of) any Permitted Investments prior to the maturity thereof to the extent such disposal would result in a loss of purchase price of such Permitted Investments. In the absence of written investment instructions hereunder, funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account shall remain uninvested.

(c)      Earnings from Series 2010-6 Reserve Account. All interest and earnings (net of losses and investment expenses) paid on funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account shall be deemed to be on deposit therein and available for distribution.

(d)      Series 2010-6 Reserve Account Constitutes Additional Collateral for Class A Notes and Class B Notes. In order to secure and provide for the repayment and payment of the ABRCF Obligations with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes, ABRCF hereby grants a security interest in and assigns, pledges, grants, transfers and sets over to the Trustee, for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders, all of ABRCF’s right, title and interest in and to the following (whether now or hereafter existing or acquired): (i) the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account, including any security entitlement thereto; (ii) all funds on deposit therein from time to time; (iii) all certificates and instruments, if any, representing or evidencing any or all of the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account or the funds on deposit therein from time to time; (iv) all investments made at any time and from time to time with monies in the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account, whether constituting securities, instruments, general intangibles, investment property, financial assets or other property; (v) all interest, dividends, cash, instruments and other

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property from time to time received, receivable or otherwise distributed in respect of or in exchange for the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account, the funds on deposit therein from time to time or the investments made with such funds; and (vi) all proceeds of any and all of the foregoing, including, without limitation, cash (the items in the foregoing clauses (i) through (vi) are referred to, collectively, as the “Series 2010-6 Reserve Account Collateral”). The Trustee shall possess all right, title and interest in and to all funds on deposit from time to time in the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account and in all proceeds thereof, and shall be the only person authorized to originate entitlement orders in respect of the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account. The Series 2010-6 Reserve Account Collateral shall be under the sole dominion and control of the Trustee for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders. The Series 2010-6 Agent hereby agrees (i) to act as the securities intermediary (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(14) of the New York UCC) with respect to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account; (ii) that its jurisdiction as securities intermediary is New York; (iii) that each item of property (whether investment property, financial asset, security, instrument or cash) credited to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account shall be treated as a financial asset (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(9) of the New York UCC) and (iv) to comply with any entitlement order (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(8) of the New York UCC) issued by the Trustee.

(e)      Preference Amount Withdrawals from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account or the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account. If a member of a Purchaser Group notifies the Trustee in writing of the existence of a Preference Amount, then, subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in the next succeeding sentence, on the Business Day on which those conditions are first satisfied, the Trustee shall withdraw from either (x) prior to the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date, the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account or (y) on or after the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date, the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account and pay to the Funding Agent for such member an amount equal to such Preference Amount. Prior to any withdrawal from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account or the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account pursuant to this Section 3.7(e), the Trustee shall have received (i) a certified copy of the order requiring the return of such Preference Amount; (ii) an opinion of counsel satisfactory to the Trustee that such order is final and not subject to appeal; and (iii) a release as to any claim against ABRCF by the Purchaser Group for any amount paid in respect of such Preference Amount. On the Business Day after the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date, the Trustee shall transfer an amount equal to the greater of (A) the excess, if any, of (x) the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount as of such date over (y) the sum of (i) the aggregate Contingent Monthly Funding Costs with respect to all Purchaser Groups for the Series 2010-6 Interest Period ending on the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date and (ii) without duplication, any Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall as of such date (together with accrued interest thereon) from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account to the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account and (B) the lesser of (x) the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount and (y) the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Demand Note Payment Amount over the Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount as of such date (the greater of the amounts in clauses (A) and (B), the “Reserve Account Transfer Amount”).

(f)      Series 2010-6 Reserve Account Surplus. In the event that the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account Surplus on any Distribution Date, after giving effect to all withdrawals from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account and application thereof, is greater than zero, the Trustee, acting in accordance with the written instructions of the Administrator pursuant to the

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Administration Agreement, shall withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account Surplus and shall pay such amount to ABRCF.

(g)      Termination of Series 2010-6 Reserve Account. Upon the termination of the Indenture pursuant to Section 11.1 of the Base Indenture, the Trustee, acting in accordance with the written instructions of the Administrator, after the prior payment of all amounts owing to the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders and payable from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account as provided herein, shall withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account all amounts on deposit therein for payment to ABRCF.

Section 3.8. Multi-Series Letters of Credit and Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account.

(a)      Multi-Series Letters of Credit and Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account Constitute Additional Collateral for Series 2010-6 Notes. In order to secure and provide for the repayment and payment of ABRCF’s obligations with respect to the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes, ABRCF hereby grants a security interest in and assigns, pledges, grants, transfers and sets over to the Trustee, for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders, all of ABRCF’s right, title and interest in and to the following (whether now or hereafter existing or acquired): (i) each applicable Multi-Series Letter of Credit (except for any right, title and interest in such Multi-Series Letter of Credit related to supporting another Series of Notes); (ii) the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account, including any security entitlement thereto; (iii) all funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account from time to time; (iv) all certificates and instruments, if any, representing or evidencing any or all of the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account or the funds on deposit therein from time to time; (v) all investments made at any time and from time to time with monies in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account, whether constituting securities, instruments, general intangibles, investment property, financial assets or other property; (vi) all interest, dividends, cash, instruments and other property from time to time received, receivable or otherwise distributed in respect of or in exchange for the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account, the funds on deposit therein from time to time or the investments made with such funds; and (vii) all proceeds of any and all of the foregoing, including, without limitation, cash (the items in the foregoing clauses (ii) through (vii) are referred to, collectively, as the “Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account Collateral”). The Trustee shall, for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders, possess all right, title and interest in all funds on deposit from time to time in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account and in all proceeds thereof, and shall be the only person authorized to originate entitlement orders in respect of the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account. The Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account shall be under the sole dominion and control of the Trustee for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders. The Series 2010-6 Agent hereby agrees (i) to act as the securities intermediary (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(14) of the New York UCC) with respect to the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account; (ii) that its jurisdiction as securities intermediary is New York; (iii) that each item of property (whether investment property, financial asset, security, instrument or cash) credited to the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account shall be treated as a financial asset (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(9) of the New York UCC) and (iv) to comply with any entitlement order (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(8) of the New York UCC) issued by the Trustee.

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(b)      Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date. If prior to the date which is ten (10) days prior to the then scheduled Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes and available to be drawn under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit but taking into account the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes under each substitute Multi-Series Letter of Credit which has been obtained from a Series 2010-6 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider and is in full force and effect on such date, the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount would be equal to or more than the Series 2010-6 Required Enhancement Amount and the Series 2010-6 Liquidity Amount would be equal to or greater than the Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount, then the Administrator shall notify the Trustee in writing no later than two Business Days prior to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date of such determination. If prior to the date which is ten (10) days prior to the then scheduled Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes and available to be drawn under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit but taking into account the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes under each substitute Multi-Series Letter of Credit which has been obtained from a Series 2010-6 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider and is in full force and effect on such date, the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount would be less than the Series 2010-6 Required Enhancement Amount or the Series 2010-6 Liquidity Amount would be less than the Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount, then the Administrator shall notify the Trustee in writing no later than two Business Days prior to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date of (x) the greater of (A) the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Required Enhancement Amount over the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes and available amount under such expiring Multi-Series Letter of Credit but taking into account the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes under any substitute Multi-Series Letter of Credit which has been obtained from a Series 2010-6 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider and is in full force and effect, on such date, and (B) the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount over the Series 2010-6 Liquidity Amount, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes and available amount under such expiring Multi-Series Letter of Credit but taking into account the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes under any substitute Multi-Series Letter of Credit which has been obtained from a Series 2010-6 Eligible Letter of Credit Provider and is in full force and effect, on such date, and (y) the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes and available to be drawn on such expiring Multi-Series Letter of Credit on such date. Upon receipt of such notice by the Trustee on or prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on any Business Day, the Trustee shall, by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on such Business Day (or, in the case of any notice given to the Trustee after 10:00 a.m. (New York City time), by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the next following Business Day), draw the lesser of the amounts set forth in clauses (x) and (y) above on such expiring Multi-Series Letter of Credit by presenting a Certificate of Termination Demand and shall cause the Termination Disbursement to be deposited in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account.

If the Trustee does not receive the notice from the Administrator described in the first paragraph of this Section 3.8(b) on or prior to the date that is two Business Days prior to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Expiration Date, the Trustee shall, by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on such Business Day draw the full amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit by presenting a Certificate of Termination Demand and shall

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cause the Termination Disbursement to be deposited in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account.

(c)      Multi-Series Letter of Credit Providers. The Administrator shall notify the Trustee in writing within one Business Day of becoming aware that (x) the long-term senior unsecured debt rating of any Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider has fallen below “BBB” as determined by DBRS, (y) the long-term senior unsecured debt rating of such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider has fallen below “Baa2” as determined by Moody’s and (z) the long-term senior unsecured debt rating of such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider has fallen below “BBB” as determined by Standard & Poor’s. At such time the Administrator shall also notify the Trustee of (i) the greater of (A) the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Required Enhancement Amount over the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes and available under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit issued by such Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider, on such date, and (B) the excess, if any, of the Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount over the Series 2010-6 Liquidity Amount, excluding the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes and available under such Multi-Series Letter of Credit, on such date, and (ii) the amount allocated to the Series 2010-6 Notes and available to be drawn on such Multi-Series Letter of Credit on such date. Upon receipt of such notice by the Trustee on or prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on any Business Day, the Trustee shall, by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on such Business Day (or, in the case of any notice given to the Trustee after 10:00 a.m. (New York City time), by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on the next following Business Day), draw on such Multi-Series Letter of Credit in an amount equal to the lesser of the amounts in clause (i) and clause (ii) of the immediately preceding sentence on such Business Day by presenting a Certificate of Termination Demand and shall cause the Termination Disbursement to be deposited in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account.

(d)      Draws on the Multi-Series Letter of Credit. If there is more than one Multi-Series Letter of Credit on the date of any draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit pursuant to the terms of this Supplement, the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee, in writing, to draw on each Multi-Series Letter of Credit in an amount equal to the LOC Pro Rata Share of the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider issuing such Multi-Series Letter of Credit of the amount of such draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit.

(e)      Establishment of Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account. On or prior to the date of any drawing under a Multi-Series Letter of Credit pursuant to Section 3.8(b) or (c) above, ABRCF shall establish and maintain in the name of the Trustee for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders, or cause to be established and maintained, an account (the “Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account”), bearing a designation clearly indicating that the funds deposited therein are held for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders. The Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account shall be maintained (i) with a Qualified Institution, or (ii) as a segregated trust account with the corporate trust department of a depository institution or trust company having corporate trust powers and acting as trustee for funds deposited in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account; provided that, if at any time such Qualified Institution is no longer a Qualified Institution or the credit rating of any securities issued by such depository institution or trust company shall be reduced to below “BBB-” by Standard & Poor’s, “Baa3” by Moody’s or “BBB (low)” by DBRS, then ABRCF shall, within 30 days of such reduction, establish a new Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account with a new

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Qualified Institution or a new segregated trust account with the corporate trust department of a depository institution or trust company having corporate trust powers and acting as trustee for funds deposited in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account. If a new Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account is established, ABRCF shall instruct the Trustee in writing to transfer all cash and investments from the non-qualifying Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account into the new Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account.

(f)      Administration of the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account. ABRCF may instruct (by standing instructions or otherwise) the institution maintaining the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account to invest funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account from time to time in Permitted Investments; provided, however, that any such investment shall mature not later than the Business Day prior to the Distribution Date following the date on which such funds were received, unless any Permitted Investment held in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account is held with the Paying Agent, in which case such investment may mature on such Distribution Date so long as such funds shall be available for withdrawal on or prior to such Distribution Date. All such Permitted Investments will be credited to the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account and any such Permitted Investments that constitute (i) physical property (and that is not either a United States security entitlement or a security entitlement) shall be physically delivered to the Trustee; (ii) United States security entitlements or security entitlements shall be controlled (as defined in Section 8-106 of the New York UCC) by the Trustee pending maturity or disposition, and (iii) uncertificated securities (and not United States security entitlements) shall be delivered to the Trustee by causing the Trustee to become the registered holder of such securities. The Trustee shall, at the expense of ABRCF, take such action as is required to maintain the Trustee’s security interest in the Permitted Investments credited to the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account. ABRCF shall not direct the Trustee to dispose of (or permit the disposal of) any Permitted Investments prior to the maturity thereof to the extent such disposal would result in a loss of the purchase price of such Permitted Investment. In the absence of written investment instructions hereunder, funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account shall remain uninvested.

(g)      Earnings from Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account. All interest and earnings (net of losses and investment expenses) paid on funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account shall be deemed to be on deposit therein and available for distribution.

(h)      Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account Surplus. In the event that the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account Surplus on any Distribution Date (or, after the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date, on any date) is greater than zero, the Trustee, acting in accordance with the written instructions of the Administrator, shall withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account an amount equal to the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account Surplus and shall pay such amount: first, to the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Providers to the extent of any unreimbursed drawings under the related Series 2010-6 Reimbursement Agreement, for application in accordance with the provisions of the related Series 2010-6 Reimbursement Agreement, second, to the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account to the extent necessary to pay any Contingent Monthly Funding Costs Shortfall (together with accrued interest thereon) and, third, to ABRCF any remaining amount.

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(i)      Termination of Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account. Upon the termination of this Supplement in accordance with its terms, the Trustee, acting in accordance with the written instructions of the Administrator, after the prior payment of all amounts owing to the Series 2010-6 Noteholders and payable from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account as provided herein, shall withdraw from the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account all amounts on deposit therein (to the extent not withdrawn pursuant to Section 3.8(h) above) and shall pay such amounts: first, to the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Providers to the extent of any unreimbursed drawings under the related Series 2010-6 Reimbursement Agreement, for application in accordance with the provisions of the related Series 2010-6 Reimbursement Agreement, and, second, to ABRCF any remaining amount.

(j)      Termination Date Demands on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit. Prior to 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on the Business Day immediately succeeding the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date, the Administrator shall determine the Series 2010-6 Demand Note Payment Amount as of the Multi-Series Letter of Credit Termination Date. If the Series 2010-6 Demand Note Payment Amount is greater than zero, then the Administrator shall instruct the Trustee in writing to draw on the Multi-Series Letters of Credit. Upon receipt of any such notice by the Trustee on or prior to 11:00 a.m. (New York City time) on a Business Day, the Trustee shall, by 12:00 noon (New York City time) on such Business Day draw an amount equal to the lesser of (i) the excess of the Series 2010-6 Demand Note Payment Amount over the Reserve Account Transfer Amount and (ii) the Series 2010-6 Allocated Multi-Series Letter of Credit Liquidity Amount on the Multi-Series Letter of Credit by presenting to each Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider a Certificate of Termination Date Demand; provided, however, that if the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account has been established and funded, the Trustee shall draw an amount equal to the product of (a) 100% minus the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Percentage and (b) the lesser of the amounts referred to in clause (i) or (ii) on such Business Day on the Multi-Series Letter of Credit as calculated by the Administrator and provided in writing to the Trustee. The Trustee shall cause the Termination Date Disbursement to be deposited in the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account.

Section 3.9. Series 2010-6 Distribution Account.

(a)      Establishment of Series 2010-6 Distribution Account. The Trustee shall establish and maintain in the name of the Series 2010-6 Agent for the benefit of the Series 2010-6 Noteholders, or cause to be established and maintained, an account (the “Series 2010-6 Distribution Account”), bearing a designation clearly indicating that the funds deposited therein are held for the benefit of the Series 2010-6 Noteholders. The Series 2010-6 Distribution Account shall be maintained (i) with a Qualified Institution, or (ii) as a segregated trust account with the corporate trust department of a depository institution or trust company having corporate trust powers and acting as trustee for funds deposited in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account; provided that, if at any time such Qualified Institution is no longer a Qualified Institution or the credit rating of any securities issued by such depositary institution or trust company shall be reduced to below “BBB-” by Standard & Poor’s, “Baa3” by Moody’s or “BBB (low)” by DBRS, then ABRCF shall, within 30 days of such reduction, establish a new Series 2010-6 Distribution Account with a new Qualified Institution. If the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account is not maintained in accordance with the previous sentence, ABRCF shall establish a new Series 2010-6 Distribution Account, within ten (10) Business Days after obtaining knowledge of such fact,

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which complies with such sentence, and shall instruct the Series 2010-6 Agent in writing to transfer all cash and investments from the non-qualifying Series 2010-6 Distribution Account into the new Series 2010-6 Distribution Account. Initially, the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account will be established with The Bank of New York Mellon.

(b)      Administration of the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account. The Administrator may instruct the institution maintaining the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account to invest funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account from time to time in Permitted Investments; provided, however, that any such investment shall mature not later than the Business Day prior to the Distribution Date following the date on which such funds were received, unless any Permitted Investment held in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account is held with the Paying Agent, then such investment may mature on such Distribution Date and such funds shall be available for withdrawal on or prior to such Distribution Date. All such Permitted Investments will be credited to the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account and any such Permitted Investments that constitute (i) physical property (and that is not either a United States security entitlement or a security entitlement) shall be physically delivered to the Trustee; (ii) United States security entitlements or security entitlements shall be controlled (as defined in Section 8-106 of the New York UCC) by the Trustee pending maturity or disposition, and (iii) uncertificated securities (and not United States security entitlements) shall be delivered to the Trustee by causing the Trustee to become the registered holder of such securities. The Trustee shall, at the expense of ABRCF, take such action as is required to maintain the Trustee’s security interest in the Permitted Investments credited to the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account. ABRCF shall not direct the Trustee to dispose of (or permit the disposal of) any Permitted Investments prior to the maturity thereof to the extent such disposal would result in a loss of purchase price of such Permitted Investments. In the absence of written investment instructions hereunder, funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account shall remain uninvested.

(c)      Earnings from Series 2010-6 Distribution Account. All interest and earnings (net of losses and investment expenses) paid on funds on deposit in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account shall be deemed to be on deposit and available for distribution.

(d)      Series 2010-6 Distribution Account Constitutes Additional Collateral for Series 2010-6 Notes. In order to secure and provide for the repayment and payment of the ABRCF Obligations with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes, ABRCF hereby grants a security interest in and assigns, pledges, grants, transfers and sets over to the Trustee, for the benefit of the Series 2010-6 Noteholders, all of ABRCF’s right, title and interest in and to the following (whether now or hereafter existing or acquired): (i) the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account, including any security entitlement thereto; (ii) all funds on deposit therein from time to time; (iii) all certificates and instruments, if any, representing or evidencing any or all of the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account or the funds on deposit therein from time to time; (iv) all investments made at any time and from time to time with monies in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account, whether constituting securities, instruments, general intangibles, investment property, financial assets or other property; (v) all interest, dividends, cash, instruments and other property from time to time received, receivable or otherwise distributed in respect of or in exchange for the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account, the funds on deposit therein from time to time or the investments made with such funds; and (vi) all proceeds of any and all of the foregoing, including, without limitation, cash (the items in the foregoing clauses (i)

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through (vi) are referred to, collectively, as the “Series 2010-6 Distribution Account Collateral”). The Trustee shall possess all right, title and interest in all funds on deposit from time to time in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account and in and to all proceeds thereof, and shall be the only person authorized to originate entitlement orders in respect of the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account. The Series 2010-6 Distribution Account Collateral shall be under the sole dominion and control of the Trustee for the benefit of the Series 2010-6 Noteholders. The Series 2010-6 Agent hereby agrees (i) to act as the securities intermediary (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(14) of the New York UCC) with respect to the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account; (ii) that its jurisdiction as securities intermediary is New York; (iii) that each item of property (whether investment property, financial asset, security, instrument or cash) credited to the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account shall be treated as a financial asset (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(9) of the New York UCC) and (iv) to comply with any entitlement order (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(8) of the New York UCC) issued by the Trustee.

Section 3.10.      Series 2010-6 Demand Notes Constitute Additional Collateral for Class A Notes and Class B Notes. In order to secure and provide for the repayment and payment of the obligations with respect to the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes, ABRCF hereby grants a security interest in and assigns, pledges, grants, transfers and sets over to the Trustee, for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders, all of ABRCF’s right, title and interest in and to the following (whether now or hereafter existing or acquired): (i) the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes; (ii) all certificates and instruments, if any, representing or evidencing the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes; and (iii) all proceeds of any and all of the foregoing, including, without limitation, cash. On the date hereof, ABRCF shall deliver to the Trustee, for the benefit of the Series 2010-6 Noteholders, each Series 2010-6 Demand Note, endorsed in blank. The Trustee, for the benefit of the Series 2010-6 Noteholders, shall be the only Person authorized to make a demand for payments on the Series 2010-6 Demand Notes.

Section 3.11.      Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Caps. (a) On or prior to the A&R Effective Date, ABRCF shall acquire one or more interest rate caps (each a “Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap”) from a Qualified Interest Rate Cap Counterparty. On the A&R Effective Date, the aggregate notional amount of all Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Caps shall equal the Class A/B Maximum Invested Amount, and the aggregate notional amount of all Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Caps may be reduced pursuant to the related Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap to the extent that the Class A/B Maximum Invested Amount is reduced after the A&R Effective Date. ABRCF shall acquire one or more additional Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Caps in connection with any increase of the Class A/B Maximum Invested Amount such that the aggregate notional amounts of all Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Caps shall equal the Class A/B Maximum Invested Amount after giving effect to such increase. The strike rate of each Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap shall not be greater than 4.00%. The Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Caps shall extend to at least the Series 2010-6 Termination Date.

(b)     If, at any time, an Interest Rate Cap Counterparty is not a Qualified Interest Rate Cap Counterparty, then ABRCF shall cause the Interest Rate Cap Counterparty within 30 Business Days following such occurrence, at the Interest Rate Cap Counterparty’s expense, to do one of the following (the choice of such action to be determined by the Interest Rate Cap Counterparty) (i) obtain a replacement interest rate cap on the same terms as the Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap from a Qualified Interest Rate Cap Counterparty and simultaneously

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with such replacement ABRCF shall terminate the Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap being replaced, (ii) obtain a guaranty from, or contingent agreement of, another person who qualifies as a Qualified Interest Rate Cap Counterparty to honor the Interest Rate Cap Counterparty’s obligations under the Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap in form and substance satisfactory to the Administrative Agent or (iii) post and maintain collateral satisfactory to the Administrative Agent; provided that no termination of the Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap shall occur until ABRCF has entered into a replacement Interest Rate Cap.

(c)     To secure payment of all obligations to the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders, ABRCF grants a security interest in, and assigns, pledges, grants, transfers and sets over to the Trustee, for the benefit of the Class A Noteholders and the Class B Noteholders, all of ABRCF’s right, title and interest in the Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Caps and all proceeds thereof (the “Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Collateral”). ABRCF shall require all Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Proceeds to be paid to, and the Trustee shall allocate all Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap Proceeds to, the Series 2010-6 Accrued Interest Account of the Series 2010-6 Collection Account.

Section 3.12.      Payments to Funding Agents, Purchaser Groups or Committed Note Purchasers.

(a)      Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein or in the Base Indenture, amounts distributable by ABRCF, the Trustee, the Paying Agent or the Administrative Agent to a Non-Conduit Purchaser or a Funding Agent for the account of its Related Purchaser Group (or amounts distributable by any such Person directly to such Purchaser Group) shall be paid by wire transfer of immediately available funds no later than 3:00 p.m. (New York time) for credit to the account or accounts designated by such Non-Conduit Purchaser or Funding Agent. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Administrative Agent shall not be so obligated unless the Administrative Agent shall have received the funds by 12:00 noon (New York City time).

(b)      All amounts payable to the Committed Note Purchaser hereunder or with respect to the Class R Notes on any date shall be made to the Committed Note Purchaser (or upon the order of the Committed Note Purchaser) in accordance with this Section 3.12, provided that:

(i)      if (A) the Committed Note Purchaser receives funds payable to it hereunder later than 3:00 p.m. (New York time) on any date and (B) prior to the later of the next succeeding Determination Date and thirty (30) days after the date on which the Committed Note Purchaser received such funds, the Class R Note Purchaser notifies ABRCF in writing of such late receipt, then such funds received later than 3:00 p.m. (New York time) on such date by the Committed Note Purchaser will be deemed to have been received by the Committed Note Purchaser on the next Business Day and any interest accruing with respect to the payment of such funds on such next Business Day shall not be payable until the Payment Date immediately following the later of such two dates specified in this clause (B); and

(ii)      if (A) the Committed Note Purchaser receives funds payable to it hereunder later than 3:00 p.m. (New York time) on any date and (B) prior to the later of

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the next succeeding Determination Date and thirty (30) days after the date on which the Committed Note Purchaser received such funds, the Committed Note Purchaser does not notify ABRCF in writing of such receipt, then such funds, received later than 3:00 p.m. (New York time) on such date will be treated for all purposes hereunder as received on such date.

Section 3.13.      Subordination of the Class R Notes. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Supplement, the Base Indenture or in any other Related Document, the Class R Notes will be subordinate in all respects to the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes as and to the extent set forth in this Section 3.13. No payments on account of principal shall be made with respect to the Class R Notes on any Distribution Date during any Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period unless (x) an amount equal to the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related Month shall have been paid to the Class A Noteholders or (y) an amount equal to the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount for the Related Month shall have been paid to the Class B Noteholders, as applicable, and no payments on account of principal shall be made with respect to the Class R Notes during the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period or on the final Distribution Date until the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes have each been paid in full. No payments on account of interest shall be made with respect to the Class R Notes on any Distribution Date until all payments of interest and principal and other fees due and payable on such Distribution Date with respect to the Class A Notes and the Class B Notes have been paid in full.

ARTICLE IV

AMORTIZATION EVENTS

In addition to the Amortization Events set forth in Section 9.1 of the Base Indenture, any of the following shall be an Amortization Event with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes and collectively shall constitute the Amortization Events set forth in Section 9.1(n) of the Base Indenture with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes (without notice or other action on the part of the Trustee or any holders of the Series 2010-6 Notes):

(a)     a Series 2010-6 Enhancement Deficiency shall occur and continue for at least two (2) Business Days; provided, however, that such event or condition shall not be an Amortization Event if during such two (2) Business Day period such Series 2010-6 Enhancement Deficiency shall have been cured in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Indenture and the Related Documents;

(b)     either the Series 2010-6 Liquidity Amount shall be less than the Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount or the Series 2010-6 Available Reserve Account Amount shall be less than the Series 2010-6 Required Reserve Account Amount for at least two (2) Business Days; provided, however, that such event or condition shall not be an Amortization Event if during such two (2) Business Day period such insufficiency shall have been cured in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Indenture and the Related Documents;

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(c)     an AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Deficiency shall occur and continue for at least two (2) Business Days;

(d)     the Collection Account, the Series 2010-6 Collection Account, the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account or the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account shall be subject to an injunction, estoppel or other stay or a Lien (other than Liens permitted under the Related Documents);

(e)     all principal of and interest on the Class A Notes is not paid on the Class A Expected Final Distribution Date or all principal of and interest on the Class B Notes is not paid on the Class B Expected Final Distribution Date;

(f)     any Multi-Series Letter of Credit shall not be in full force and effect for at least two (2) Business Days and (x) either a Series 2010-6 Enhancement Deficiency would result from excluding the Series 2010-6 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount attributable to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit from the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount or (y) the Series 2010-6 Liquidity Amount, excluding therefrom the Series 2010-6 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount attributable to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit, would be less than the Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount;

(g)     from and after the funding of the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account, the Series 2010-6 Cash Collateral Account shall be subject to an injunction, estoppel or other stay or a Lien (other than Liens permitted under the Related Documents) for at least two (2) Business Days and either (x) a Series 2010-6 Enhancement Deficiency would result from excluding the Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Account Amount from the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount or (y) the Series 2010-6 Liquidity Amount, excluding therefrom the Series 2010-6 Available Cash Collateral Amount, would be less than the Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount;

(h)     an Event of Bankruptcy shall have occurred with respect to any Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider or any Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider repudiates the Multi-Series Letter of Credit or refuses to honor a proper draw thereon and either (x) a Series 2010-6 Enhancement Deficiency would result from excluding the Series 2010-6 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount attributable to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit from the Series 2010-6 Enhancement Amount or (y) the Series 2010-6 Liquidity Amount, excluding therefrom the Series 2010-6 Applicable Multi-Series L/C Amount attributable to such Multi-Series Letter of Credit, would be less than the Series 2010-6 Required Liquidity Amount;

(i)     the occurrence of an Event of Bankruptcy with respect to ABG or any Permitted Sublessee (other than a third-party Permitted Sublessee);

(j)     a Change in Control shall have occurred;

(k)     ABRCF shall fail to acquire or maintain in force Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Caps at the times and in the notional amounts required by the terms of Section 3.11;

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(l)     the occurrence and continuation of an “event of default” under the Credit Agreement or any Replacement Credit Agreement, that is not waived pursuant to the terms of such Credit Agreement or Replacement Credit Agreement;

(m)     the breach by ABCR or any of its Affiliates of any covenant under the Credit Agreement or any Replacement Credit Agreement to the extent such covenant requires compliance by ABCR or its Affiliates with an interest coverage ratio, a fixed charge coverage ratio, a leverage ratio or a minimum EBITDA level or with any other financial measure or ratio intended to test the financial or credit performance of ABCR and its consolidated subsidiaries, whether or not such breach is waived pursuant to the terms of the Credit Agreement or such Replacement Credit Agreement;

(n)     the Class A Controlled Distribution Amount or the Class B Controlled Distribution Amount with respect to the Related Month is not paid in full on any Distribution Date during the Class A Controlled Amortization Period or Class B Controlled Amortization Period, as applicable (other than the first Distribution Date during such Series 2010-6 Controlled Amortization Period);

(o)     the Series 2010-6 Invested Amount on the Reduction Date exceeds the Series 2010-6 Maximum Invested Amount on such date (after giving effect to Section 2.10); and

(p)     an Amortization Event shall have occurred with respect to the Series 2015-3 Notes.

In the case of any event described in clause (j), (k), (l), (m) or (p) above, an Amortization Event shall have occurred with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes only if either the Trustee or the Requisite Noteholders declare that an Amortization Event has occurred. In the case of an event described in clause (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i), (n) or (o) an Amortization Event with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes shall have occurred without any notice or other action on the part of the Trustee or any Series 2010-6 Noteholders, immediately upon the occurrence of such event. Amortization Events with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes described in clause (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i), (n) or (o) may be waived with the written consent of the Purchaser Groups having Commitment Percentages aggregating 100%. Amortization Events with respect to the Series 2010-6 Notes described in clause (j), (k), (l), (m) or (p) above may be waived in accordance with Section 9.5 of the Base Indenture.

ARTICLE V

RIGHT TO WAIVE PURCHASE RESTRICTIONS

Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in the Indenture or the Related Documents, upon the Trustee’s receipt of notice from any Lessee, any Borrower or ABRCF that the Lessees, the Borrowers and ABRCF have determined to increase any Series 2010-6 Maximum Amount or the percentage set forth in clause (y) of any of paragraphs (ii), (iii), (iv), (v), (vi) or (vii) of the definition of Series 2010-6 Incremental Enhancement Amount, (such notice, a “Waiver Request”), each Series 2010-6 Noteholder may, at its option, waive any Series

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2010-6 Maximum Amount or any increase in the Series 2010-6 Required Enhancement Amount based upon clause (y) of any of paragraphs (i) through (xiii) of the definition of the Series 2010-6 Incremental Enhancement Amount (collectively, a “Waivable Amount”) if (i) no Amortization Event exists, (ii) the Requisite Noteholders consent to such waiver and (iii) 60 days’ prior written notice of such proposed waiver is provided to the Rating Agencies, Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s by the Trustee.

Upon receipt by the Trustee of a Waiver Request (a copy of which the Trustee shall promptly provide to the Rating Agencies), all amounts which would otherwise be allocated to the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account (collectively, the “Designated Amounts”) from the date the Trustee receives a Waiver Request through the Consent Period Expiration Date will be held by the Trustee in the Series 2010-6 Collection Account for ratable distribution as described below.

Within ten (10) Business Days after the Trustee receives a Waiver Request, the Trustee shall furnish notice thereof to the Administrative Agent, which notice shall be accompanied by a form of consent (each a “Consent”) in the form of Exhibit C hereto by which the Series 2010-6 Noteholders may, on or before the Consent Period Expiration Date, consent to waiver of the applicable Waivable Amount. Upon receipt of notice of a Waiver Request, the Administrative Agent shall forward a copy of such request together with the Consent to each Non-Conduit Purchaser and Funding Agent with respect to its Related Purchaser Group. If the Trustee receives the Consents from the Requisite Noteholders agreeing to waiver of the applicable Waivable Amount within forty-five (45) days after the Trustee notifies the Administrative Agent of a Waiver Request (the day on which such forty-five (45) day period expires, the “Consent Period Expiration Date”), (i) the applicable Waivable Amount shall be deemed waived by the consenting Series 2010-6 Noteholders, (ii) the Trustee will distribute the Designated Amounts as set forth below and (iii) the Trustee shall promptly (but in any event within two days) provide the Rating Agencies, Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s with notice of such waiver. Any Purchaser Group from whom the Trustee has not received a Consent on or before the Consent Period Expiration Date will be deemed not to have consented to such waiver.

If the Trustee receives Consents from the Requisite Noteholders on or before the Consent Period Expiration Date, then on the immediately following Distribution Date, upon receipt of written direction from the Administrator the Trustee will pay the Designated Amounts to the Administrative Agent for the accounts of the non-consenting Purchaser Groups. Upon the receipt of funds from the Trustee pursuant to this Article V, the Administrative Agent shall pay the Designated Amounts as follows:

(i)     to each Non-Conduit Purchaser or Funding Agent with respect to a non-consenting Purchaser Group, such Purchaser Group’s pro rata share based on the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group relative to the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to all non-consenting Purchaser Groups of the Designated Amounts up to the amount required to reduce to zero the Purchaser Group Invested Amounts with respect to all non-consenting Purchaser Groups; and

(ii)     any remaining Designated Amounts to the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account.

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If the amount distributed pursuant to clause (i) of the preceding paragraph is not sufficient to reduce the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to each non-consenting Purchaser Group to zero on the date specified therein, then on each day following such Distribution Date, the Administrator will allocate to the Series 2010-6 Collection Account on a daily basis all Designated Amounts collected on such day. On each following Distribution Date, the Trustee will withdraw such Designated Amounts from the Series 2010-6 Collection Account and deposit the same in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account for distribution to the Administrative Agent for the accounts of the non-consenting Purchaser Groups. Upon the receipt of funds from the Trustee pursuant to this Article V, the Administrative Agent shall pay the Designated Amounts as follows:

(a)     to each Non-Conduit Purchaser or Funding Agent with respect to a non-consenting Purchaser Group, such Purchaser Group’s pro rata share based on the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group relative to the Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to all non-consenting Purchaser Groups of the Designated Amounts in the Series 2010-6 Collection Account as of the applicable Determination Date up to the amount required to reduce to zero the Purchaser Group Invested Amounts with respect to all non-consenting Purchaser Groups; and

(b)     any remaining Designated Amounts to the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account.

If the Requisite Noteholders do not timely consent to such waiver, the Designated Amounts will be re-allocated to the Series 2010-6 Excess Collection Account for allocation and distribution in accordance with the terms of the Indenture and the Related Documents.

In the event that the Series 2010-6 Rapid Amortization Period shall commence after receipt by the Trustee of a Waiver Request, all such Designated Amounts will thereafter be considered Principal Collections allocated to the Series 2010-6 Noteholders.

ARTICLE VI

CONDITIONS PRECEDENT

Section 6.1. Conditions Precedent to Effectiveness of the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement. The Original Series 2010-6 Supplement became effective on the date (the “Effective Date”) on which all of the following conditions precedent were satisfied:

(a)      Documents. The Administrative Agent shall have received copies for each CP Conduit Purchaser and the Funding Agent and the APA Banks with respect to such Non-Conduit Purchaser, each CP Conduit Purchaser, each executed and delivered in form and substance satisfactory to it of (i) the Base Indenture, executed by a duly authorized officer of each of ABRCF and the Trustee, (ii) the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement, executed by a duly authorized officer of each of ABRCF, the Administrator, the Trustee, the Administrative Agent, the Funding Agents, the CP Conduit Purchasers and the APA Banks, (iii) each Lease, executed by a duly authorized officer of each of each Lessee party thereto, the Administrator and the Lessor party thereto, (iv) each

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Sublease, executed by a duly authorized officer of each Lessee party thereto and each Permitted Sublessee party thereto, (v) each Loan Agreement, executed by a duly authorized officer of each of ABRCF, the Lessor party thereto and the Permitted Nominees party thereto, (vi) each Vehicle Title and Lienholder Nominee Agreement, executed by the duly authorized officer of each of the Permitted Nominee party thereto, ABCR, the Lessor party thereto and the Trustee, (vii) the Master Exchange Agreement, executed by a duly authorized officer of each of the Intermediary, AESOP Leasing, ARAC, Brac and ABCR; (viii) the Escrow Agreement, executed by a duly authorized officer of each of the Intermediary, J.P. Morgan Trust Company, N.A., JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., AESOP Leasing, ARAC, BRAC and ABCR; (ix) the Administration Agreement, executed by a duly authorized officer of each of ABCR, AESOP Leasing, AESOP Leasing II, ABRCF, ARAC, BRAC and the Trustee; (x) the Disposition Agent Agreement, dated as of July 23, 2009, executed by a duly authorized officer of each of ABCR, ABRCF, AESOP Leasing, AESOP Leasing II, ARAC, BRAC, Lord Securities Corporation, Fiserv Automotive Solutions, Inc. and the Trustee; (xi) the Back-Up Administration Agreement, dated as of July 23, 2009, executed by a duly authorized officer of each of ABCR, ABRCF, AESOP Leasing, AESOP Leasing II, ARAC, BRAC, the Intermediary, Lord Securities Corporation and the Trustee (xii) each Series 2010-6 Letter of Credit (as defined in the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement), if any, executed by a duly authorized officer of the applicable Series 2010-6 Letter of Credit Provider; and (xiii) each Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap, executed by a duly authorized officer of ABRCF and the applicable Interest Rate Cap Counterparty.

(b)      Corporate Documents; Proceedings of ABRCF, the Administrator, the Permitted Nominees, AESOP Leasing, AESOP Leasing II, Original AESOP, ARAC and BRAC. The Administrative Agent shall have received, with a copy for each Non-Conduit Purchaser, each CP Conduit Purchaser and the Funding Agent and the APA Banks with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser, from ABRCF, the Administrator, the Permitted Nominees, AESOP Leasing, AESOP Leasing II, Original AESOP, ARAC, ABCR and BRAC true and complete copies of:

(i)      to the extent applicable, the certificate of incorporation or certificate of formation, including all amendments thereto, of such Person, certified as of a recent date by the Secretary of State or other appropriate authority of the state of incorporation or organization, as the case may be, and a certificate of compliance, of status or of good standing, as and to the extent applicable, of each such Person as of a recent date, from the Secretary of State or other appropriate authority of such jurisdiction;

(ii)      a certificate of the Secretary or an Assistant Secretary of such Person, dated on or prior to the Effective Date and certifying (A) that attached thereto is a true and complete copy of the bylaws, limited liability company agreement or partnership agreement of such Person, as the case may be, as in effect on the Series 2010-6 Closing Date and at all times since a date prior to the date of the resolutions described in clause (B) below, (B) that, to the extent applicable, attached thereto is a true and complete copy of the resolutions, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to each Funding Agent, of the Board of

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Directors or Managers of such Person or committees thereof authorizing the execution, delivery and performance of the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement and the Series 2010-6 Documents to which it is a party and the transactions contemplated thereby, and that such resolutions have not been amended, modified, revoked or rescinded and are in full force and effect, (C) that the certificate of incorporation or certificate of formation of such Person has not been amended since the date of the last amendment thereto shown on the certificate of good standing (or its equivalent) furnished pursuant to clause (i) above and (D) as to the incumbency and specimen signature of each officer or authorized signatory executing the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement and any Series 2010-6 Documents or any other document delivered in connection herewith or therewith on behalf of such Person; and

(iii)      a certificate of another officer as to the incumbency and specimen signature of the Secretary or Assistant Secretary executing the certificate pursuant to clause (ii) above.

(c)      Representations and Warranties. All representations and warranties of each of ABRCF, the Administrator, AESOP Leasing, AESOP Leasing II, Original AESOP, each of the Permitted Nominees, each of the Lessees, each of the Permitted Sublessees and the Intermediary contained in each of the Related Documents shall be true and correct as of the Series 2010-6 Closing Date.

(d)      No Amortization Event, Potential Amortization Event or AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Deficiency. No Amortization Event or Potential Amortization Event in respect of the Series 2010-6 Notes or any other Series of Notes shall exist and no AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Deficiency shall exist.

(e)      Lien Searches. The Administrative Agent shall have received a written search report listing all effective financing statements that name ABRCF, AESOP Leasing, AESOP Leasing II, Original AESOP, each of the Permitted Nominees or ABCR as debtor or assignor and that are filed in the State of New York, the State of Delaware and in any other jurisdictions that the Administrative Agent determines are necessary or appropriate, together with copies of such financing statements, and tax and judgment lien searches showing no such liens that are not permitted by the Base Indenture, the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement or the Related Documents.

(f)      Legal Opinions. The Administrative Agent shall have received, with a counterpart addressed to each Non-Conduit Purchaser, each CP Conduit Purchaser and the Funding Agent, the Program Support Provider and the APA Banks with respect to each CP Conduit Purchaser and the Trustee, opinions of counsel required by Section 2.2(f) of the Base Indenture and opinions of counsel with respect to such other matters as may be reasonably requested by any Funding Agent, in form and substance reasonably acceptable to the addressees thereof and their counsel.

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fees, out-of-pocket expenses and other amounts due and payable to such Purchaser Group or the Administrative Agent, as applicable, on or before the Effective Date.

(h)      Establishment of Accounts. The Administrative Agent shall have received evidence reasonably satisfactory to it that the Series 2010-6 Collection Account, the Series 2010-6 Reserve Account and the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account shall have been established in accordance with the terms and provisions of the Indenture.

(i)      Opinion. The Administrative Agent shall have received, with a counterpart addressed to each CP Conduit Purchaser and the Funding Agent, the Program Support Provider and the APA Banks with respect such CP Conduit Purchaser, an opinion of counsel to the Trustee as to the due authorization, execution and delivery by the Trustee of the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement and the due execution, authentication and delivery by the Trustee of the Series 2010-6 Notes.

(j)      Rating Letters. Each Funding Agent shall have received a letter, in form and substance satisfactory to such Funding Agent, from each of Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s and/or Fitch, as applicable, confirming the commercial paper rating of the related CP Conduit Purchaser after giving effect to such CP Conduit Purchaser’s purchase of Series 2010-6 Notes. Each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent shall have received a copy of a letter, in form and substance satisfactory to such Non-Conduit Purchaser and Funding Agent, from each of DBRS and Standard & Poor’s, and ABRCF and the Trustee shall have received a copy of a letter from Moody’s, in each case stating that the issuance of the Series 2010-6 Notes will not result in a reduction or withdrawal of the rating (in effect immediately before the effectiveness of the Original Series 2010-6 Supplement) of any outstanding Series of Notes with respect to which it is a Rating Agency. Any fees of Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s, Fitch and any Rating Agency in connection with the delivery of such letters shall have been paid by or on behalf of ABRCF.

(k)      UCC Filings. The Administrative Agent shall have received (i) executed originals of any documents (including, without limitation, financing statements) required to be filed in each jurisdiction necessary to perfect the security interest of the Trustee in the Series 2010-6 Collateral and (ii) evidence reasonably satisfactory to it of each such filing and reasonably satisfactory evidence of the payment of any necessary fee or tax relating thereto.

(l)      Proceedings. All corporate and other proceedings and all other documents and legal matters in connection with the transactions contemplated by the Related Documents shall be satisfactory in form and substance to each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent and its counsel.

Section 6.2. Conditions Precedent to Effectiveness of this Supplement. This Supplement shall become effective on the date (the “A&R Effective Date”) on which the following conditions precedent shall have been satisfied:

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(a)      Documents. The Administrative Agent shall have received copies for each Non-Conduit Purchaser, each CP Conduit Purchaser and the Funding Agent and the APA Banks with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser, each executed and delivered in form and substance satisfactory to it of: (i) this Supplement; (ii) each Multi-Series Letter of Credit in effect on the A&R Effective Date, if any, executed by a duly authorized officer of the applicable Multi-Series Letter of Credit Provider; (iii) each Series 2010-6 Interest Rate Cap in effect on the A&R Effective Date, executed by a duly authorized officer of ABRCF and the applicable Interest Rate Cap Counterparty satisfying the requirements of Section 3.11(a); and (iv) the Fee Letter (collectively, the “A&R Documents”).

(b)      Corporate Documents; Proceedings of ABRCF, the Administrator, the Permitted Nominees, AESOP Leasing, AESOP Leasing II, Original AESOP, ARAC and BRAC. The Administrative Agent shall have received, with a copy for each Non-Conduit Purchaser, each CP Conduit Purchaser and the Funding Agent and the APA Banks with respect to such CP Conduit Purchaser, from ABRCF, the Administrator, the Permitted Nominees, AESOP Leasing, AESOP Leasing II, Original AESOP, ARAC, ABCR and BRAC true and complete copies of:

(i)      to the extent applicable, the certificate of incorporation or certificate of formation, including all amendments thereto, of such Person, certified as of a recent date by the Secretary of State or other appropriate authority of the state of incorporation or organization, as the case may be, and a certificate of compliance, of status or of good standing, as and to the extent applicable, of each such Person as of a recent date, from the Secretary of State or other appropriate authority of such jurisdiction;

(ii)      a certificate of the Secretary or an Assistant Secretary of such Person, dated on or prior to the A&R Effective Date and certifying (A) that attached thereto is a true and complete copy of the bylaws, limited liability company agreement or partnership agreement of such Person, as the case may be, as in effect on the A&R Effective Date and at all times since a date prior to the date of the resolutions described in clause (B) below, (B) that, to the extent applicable, attached thereto is a true and complete copy of the resolutions, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to each Funding Agent, of the Board of Directors or Managers of such Person or committees thereof authorizing the execution, delivery and performance of the A&R Documents to which it is a party and the transactions contemplated thereby, and that such resolutions have not been amended, modified, revoked or rescinded and are in full force and effect, (C) that the certificate of incorporation or certificate of formation of such Person has not been amended since the date of the last amendment thereto shown on the certificate of good standing (or its equivalent) furnished pursuant to clause (i) above and (D) as to the incumbency and specimen signature of each officer or authorized signatory executing any A&R Documents or any other document delivered in connection herewith or therewith on behalf of such Person; and

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(iii)      a certificate of another officer as to the incumbency and specimen signature of the Secretary or Assistant Secretary executing any certificate pursuant to clause (ii) above that requires the certification set forth in clause (ii)(D) above.

(c)      Representations and Warranties. All representations and warranties of each of ABRCF, ABCR, AESOP Leasing, AESOP Leasing II, Original AESOP, each of the Permitted Nominees, each of the Lessees, each of the Permitted Sublessees and the Intermediary contained in each of the Related Documents shall be true and correct as of the A&R Effective Date.

(d)      No Amortization Event, Potential Amortization Event or AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Deficiency. No Amortization Event or Potential Amortization Event in respect of the Series 2010-6 Notes or any other Series of Notes shall exist and no AESOP I Operating Lease Vehicle Deficiency shall exist as of the A&R Effective Date.

(e)      Fees and Expenses. Each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent with respect to its Related Purchaser Group, the Administrative Agent and the Trustee shall have received payment of all fees, out-of-pocket expenses and other amounts due and payable to such Purchaser Group, the Administrative Agent or the Trustee, as applicable, on or before the A&R Effective Date.

(f)      Rating Letters. Each Non-Conduit Purchaser and each Funding Agent shall have received a copy of a letter, in form and substance satisfactory to such Non-Conduit Purchaser and Funding Agent, from DBRS, and ABRCF and the Trustee shall have received a copy of a letter from Moody’s and Fitch, in each case stating that the amendment and restatement of the Fourth A&R Series 2010-6 Supplement by this Supplement will not result in a reduction or withdrawal of the rating (in effect immediately before the effectiveness of this Supplement) of any outstanding Series of Notes with respect to which it is a Rating Agency. Each Funding Agent shall have received a letter, in form and substance satisfactory to such Funding Agent, from each of Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s and/or Fitch, as applicable, confirming the commercial paper rating of the related CP Conduit Purchaser after the effectiveness of this Supplement. Any fees of Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s, Fitch and the Rating Agencies in connection with the delivery of such letters shall have been paid by or on behalf of ABRCF.

(g)      Notes. ABRCF shall have issued and directed the Trustee to authenticate, and the Trustee shall have authenticated, (1) a Class A Note in the name of each Funding Agent and Non-Conduit Committed Purchaser in an amount equal to the Class A Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to such Purchaser Group and (2) a Class B Note in the name of each Funding Agent and Non-Conduit Committed Purchaser whose Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount is greater than $0, in an amount equal to the Class B Maximum Purchaser Group Invested Amount with respect to each such Purchaser Group, and shall have delivered such Series 2010-6 Notes to such applicable Purchasers.

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(h)      Certificates and Opinions. All certificates and opinions of counsel required under the Base Indenture or reasonably requested by the Trustee or the Series 2010-6 Noteholders shall have been delivered to the Trustee and to the Series 2010-6 Noteholders, as applicable.

ARTICLE VII

CHANGE IN CIRCUMSTANCES

Section 7.1. Increased Costs. (a) If any Change in Law (except with respect to Taxes which shall be governed by Section 7.2) shall:

(i)      impose, modify or deem applicable any reserve, special deposit or similar requirement against assets of, deposits with or for the account of, or credit extended by, any Affected Party; or

(ii)      impose on any Affected Party any other condition affecting the Indenture or the Related Documents or the funding of the SOFR Tranche by such Affected Party;

and the result of any of the foregoing shall be to increase the cost to such Affected Party of making, converting into, continuing or maintaining the SOFR Tranche (or maintaining its obligation to do so) or to reduce any amount received or receivable by such Affected Party hereunder or in connection herewith (whether principal, interest or otherwise), then ABRCF will pay to such Affected Party such additional amount or amounts as will compensate such Affected Party for such additional costs incurred or reduction suffered.

(b)      If any Affected Party determines that any Change in Law regarding capital requirements has or would have the effect of reducing the rate of return on such Affected Party’s capital or the capital of any corporation controlling such Affected Party as a consequence of its obligations hereunder to a level below that which such Affected Party or such corporation could have achieved but for such Change in Law (taking into consideration such Affected Party’s or such corporation’s policies with respect to capital adequacy), then from time to time, ABRCF shall pay to such Affected Party such additional amount or amounts as will compensate such Affected Party for any such reduction suffered.

(c)      A certificate of an Affected Party setting forth the amount or amounts necessary to compensate such Affected Party as specified in subsections (a) and (b) of this Section 7.1 shall be delivered to ABRCF (with a copy to the Administrative Agent and the Funding Agent, if any, with respect to such Affected Party) and shall be conclusive absent manifest error. Any payments made by ABRCF pursuant to this Section 7.1 shall be made solely from funds available in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account for the payment of Article VII Costs, shall be non-recourse other than with respect to such funds, and shall not constitute a claim against ABRCF to the extent that insufficient funds exist to make such payment. The agreements in this Section 7.1 shall survive the termination of this Supplement and the Base Indenture and the payment of all amounts payable hereunder and thereunder.

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such compensation; provided that ABRCF shall not be required to compensate any Affected Party pursuant to this Section 7.1 for any increased costs or reductions incurred more than 270 days prior to the date that such Affected Party notifies ABRCF of such Affected Party’s intention to claim compensation under this Section 7.1; provided, further, that, if the Change in Law giving rise to such increased costs or reductions is retroactive, then the 270-day period referred to above shall be extended to include the period of retroactive effect thereof.

(e)      ABRCF acknowledges that any Affected Party may institute measures in anticipation of a Change in Law, and may commence allocating charges to or seeking compensation from ABRCF under this Section 7.1, in advance of the effective date of such Change in Law and ABRCF agrees to pay such charges or compensation to the applicable Affected Party following demand therefor in accordance with the terms of this Section 7.1 without regard to whether such effective date has occurred.

Section 7.2. Taxes. (a) Any and all payments by or on account of any obligation of ABRCF hereunder shall be made free and clear of and without deduction for any Indemnified Taxes or Other Taxes; provided that if ABRCF shall be required to deduct any Indemnified Taxes or Other Taxes from such payments, then (i) subject to Section 7.2(c) below, the sum payable shall be increased as necessary so that after making all required deductions (including deductions applicable to additional sums payable under this Section 7.2) the recipient receives an amount equal to the sum that it would have received had no such deductions been made, (ii) ABRCF shall make such deductions and (iii) ABRCF shall pay the full amount deducted to the relevant Governmental Authority in accordance with applicable law.

(b)      In addition, ABRCF shall pay any Other Taxes to the relevant Governmental Authority in accordance with applicable law.

(c)      ABRCF shall indemnify the Administrative Agent, each Non-Conduit Purchaser, each Funding Agent, each Program Support Provider and each member of each CP Conduit Purchaser Group within the later of 10 days after written demand therefor and the Distribution Date next following such demand for the full amount of any Indemnified Taxes or Other Taxes paid by the Administrative Agent, such Non-Conduit Purchaser, such Funding Agent, such Program Support Provider or such member of such CP Conduit Purchaser Group on or with respect to any payment by or on account of any obligation of ABRCF hereunder or under the Indenture (including Indemnified Taxes or Other Taxes imposed or asserted on or attributable to amounts payable under this Section 7.2) and any penalties, interest and reasonable expenses arising therefrom or with respect thereto, whether or not such Indemnified Taxes or Other Taxes were correctly or legally imposed or asserted by the relevant Governmental Authority; provided that no Person shall be indemnified pursuant to this Section 7.2(c) or entitled to receive additional amounts under the proviso of Section 7.2(a) to the extent that the reason for such indemnification results from the failure by such Person to comply with the provisions of Section 7.2(e) or (g). A certificate as to the amount of such payment or liability delivered to ABRCF by the Administrative Agent, any Non-Conduit Purchaser, any Funding Agent, any Program Support Provider or any member of any CP Conduit Purchaser Group shall be conclusive absent manifest error. Any payments made by ABRCF pursuant to this Section 7.2 shall be made solely from funds available in the Series 2010-6 Distribution Account for the payment of Article VII Costs, shall be non-recourse other than with respect to such funds, and

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shall not constitute a claim against ABRCF to the extent that insufficient funds exist to make such payment. The agreements in this Section shall survive the termination of this Supplement and the Base Indenture and the payment of all amounts payable hereunder and thereunder.

(d)      As soon as practicable after any payment of Indemnified Taxes or Other Taxes by ABRCF to a Governmental Authority, ABRCF shall deliver to the Administrative Agent the original or a certified copy of a receipt issued by such Governmental Authority evidencing such payment, a copy of the return reporting such payment or other evidence of such payment reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent.

(e)      The Administrative Agent, each Non-Conduit Purchaser, each Funding Agent, each member of each CP Conduit Purchaser Group and each Program Support Provider, if entitled to an exemption from or reduction of an Indemnified Tax or Other Tax with respect to payments made hereunder or under the Indenture shall (to the extent legally able to do so) deliver to ABRCF (with a copy to the Administrative Agent) such properly completed and executed documentation prescribed by applicable law and reasonably requested by ABRCF on the later of (i) 30 Business Days after such request is made and the applicable forms are provided to the Administrative Agent, such Non-Conduit Purchaser, such Funding Agent, such member of such CP Conduit Purchaser Group or such Program Support Provider or (ii) thirty (30) Business Days before prescribed by applicable law as will permit such payments to be made without withholding or with an exemption from or reduction of Indemnified Taxes or Other Taxes.

(f)      If the Administrative Agent, any Non-Conduit Purchaser, any Funding Agent, any Program Support Provider or any member of any CP Conduit Purchaser Group receives a refund solely in respect of Indemnified Taxes or Other Taxes, it shall pay over such refund to ABRCF to the extent that it has already received indemnity payments or additional amounts pursuant to this Section 7.2 with respect to such Indemnified Taxes or Other Taxes giving rise to the refund, net of all out-of-pocket expenses and without interest (other than interest paid by the relevant Governmental Authority with respect to such refund); provided, however, that ABRCF shall, upon request of the Administrative Agent, such Non-Conduit Purchaser, such Funding Agent, such Program Support Provider or such member of such CP Conduit Purchaser Group, repay such refund (plus interest or other charges imposed by the relevant Governmental Authority) to the Administrative Agent, such Non-Conduit Purchaser, such Funding Agent, such Program Support Provider or such member of such CP Conduit Purchaser Group if the Administrative Agent, such Non-Conduit Purchaser, such Funding Agent, such Program Support Provider or such member of such CP Conduit Purchaser Group is required to repay such refund to such Governmental Authority. Nothing contained herein shall require the Administrative Agent, any Non-Conduit Purchaser, any Funding Agent, any Program Support Provider or any member of any CP Conduit Purchaser Group to make its tax returns (or any other information relating to its taxes which it deems confidential) available to ABRCF or any other Person.

(g)      The Administrative Agent, each Non-Conduit Purchaser, each Funding Agent, each Program Support Provider and each member of each CP Con