Have been using for a few years and manage to get really good deals on rentals around Europe. Can be problematic with extensions etc.. with the rental company as you have to book again once the rental period has finished, but all in all great value. Their insurance is also a lot more competitive than the rental companies (If available). Can be better to call directly and choose a less well known rental company as the big names over charge on extras (Baby seat rental etc..) as well as full tank prices
Really good service if you book with carhire3000.com or autohire.com. You dont need to take full insurance and the 3rd part sites can give you their insurance at a cheaper rate. Overall pretty friendly and reliable, but of course you have to pay for a full tank at an overpriced rate compared to what you get at the pump.
Tenerife South Airport, 25 euro per day extra for baby seat rental. Minor competitive companies such as Goldcar and Orlando, charge no more than a maximum of 30 euros for the entire rental period. Also as with the other big guys they over charge nearly double on a full tank
Booked a car in Amsterdam downtown and paid full insurance, which , I was informed, covered all further expenses in the event of any accidents. Upon returning with a minor altercation, I was told I had to pay a 50 euro "service fee" to look after the minor altercation, which i had already paid full service for. Use a local car hire company or an online booking website such as carhire3000
You need somewhere to stay, look up hostelworld for reliable available places to rest your weary head. Have been using it since it started and have never had an issue or a problem. Some things never change, now if we could just keep the hostel atmosphere alive as opposed to backpackers sitting in front of screens throughout their travel, that would be something
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