Which one is correct?
Exempt(ed) (from this) are additional mileage, additional features and additional insurance.
Excepted (from this) are additional mileage, additional features and additional insurance.
Can I omit "from this" in this sentence?
Thank you. In other words, the offer / discount does not apply to addtional mileage etc. Does "exempted from" still work in this case?
Exempt refers specifically to a law or rule, usually a taxing law. The verb or adjective except has a similar meaning but is more general: it has no attachment to law.