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some great flights to Europe, the next step was to find
a good rate on an auto rental. This is pretty much the same
tedious task as searching for airline tickets except there
are more variables. With airline tickets you have fare +
taxes + maybe a service charge. With an auto rental you
have an airport tax(if you pick the car up at an airport),
VAT tax, liability, theft, damage waivers, road tax etc....
trying to compare different companies is like trying to
compare apples and oranges.
My first piece
of advice is to write down each of your quotes and make
a note of exactly what is covered and what isn't. Some companies
include all the "extras" in the quote while others
don't, so what at first looks like an incredible fare turns
out to be not so incredible when all the charges are added
Europe makes it easy for you to get the best discount
car rentals in Europe, Whether you need you need a
subcompact auto, compact, midsize, or luxury full
size auto rental car, Auto Europe can meet your needs..
also offer hotel reservations to help you find
accommodations to match any budget.
on the car below to get a quote or book your reservations
(you will be able to get the rates without purchasing-just
follow the instructions)
The other thing
to watch out for is the name of the company that you are
searching with. The same company often appears on many different
web sites(affiliates) and so you end up searching the same
company many times thinking that it's a different company.
Make a note of the name of the company and keep an eye out
for similar logos that appear on many different web sites.
I wish there
was a golden rule on which company to use, but just like
the airlines and airline ticket search engines no one company
or airline has a monopoly on the lowest fares in all markets.
Avis could have better rates in England, Enterprise rentals
in Spain, Hertz in Germany etc.... So far, with my searches
in Italy I have found that Thrifty has the best rates.
One other thing
I tried was a Google search using "Italy Car Rentals".
This search helped to bring up a lot of the less well known
sites and a few searches on the engines that came up resulted
in some promising rates. I've been playing around with the
search engines for a couple of months now and haven't come
across anything that made me thing I had to buy it now.
After a couple of months I have a pretty good idea of the
fares and will keep searching until I find something that
looks exceptional. I don't think there is any reason to
jump on anything yet... hopefully I'll come across some
kind of discount or special rate that will make the wait
and search worthwhile.
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