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The Beginners Guide To Leasing (Chapter 1)

Choosing a Car Rental Company There’s certainly no better way to explore a city you’re visiting than with a car. But you have to make it a point that you’re driving a good deal when you decide on a rental company and rental car. Below are a few tips to bring you in the right path: 1.Get online. As with any purchase, you’ll often find the most attractive rates online. Spend time shopping around. This will give you the luxury of learning what the prices are on any vehicle you have your heart on, without an annoying salesperson beside you. In addition, several companies offer nice discounts to clients who rent via their website. Pricing will of course vary from one company to the next, depending on location, availability, and other factors. But there are other variables to consider as well. For example, there’s hours of operation – some companies may not be open on weekends. Depending on your own schedule, this can be a problem for you.
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2.Book on a weekend.
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Car rentals are generally less expensive on weekends. If allowed by your schedule, reserve a weekend rental. 3.Weekly rentals are best. Weekend rates may be the best you’ll find, but weekly rates are generally unbeatable. You can enjoy more than 30 percent in savings if you rent a car for a whole week – yes, 7 days in a row – and at least 10% percent for 5 days. If your intention is to rent the car for a minimum of five days, pick the weekly rate. 4. Check the insurance. When you rent a car, expect to be offered a collision damage waiver (CDW), which gives you coverage in case of a collision, and a loss damage waiver (LDW), which gives the rental company coverage for any loss. Both are good to have, but not if the coverage is already part of your own insurance policy. If you’re unsure, call your insurance agent before signing up for any vehicle. If you were thinking of using a credit card, your card provider can cover vehicle damages after an accident. Bug again, verify with your card company in advance. 5. Be an early bird. Rates are dependent on how many vehicles are available when you call to book, so if you book earlier, you’ll get better rates. It’s good to reserve your car at least a week ahead. 6. Get in the club. A good chunk of the bigger companies offer club membership that provides helpful treats and privileges to members in in exchange for a yearly fee. Two common benefits are airline miles and free rental days, though you may only feel the savings if you rent their cars regularly. If you belong to this group and rent cars beyond occasionally, then join the club.