Performing arts limited is going to discuss the ways to save money when you are going to book a rental car. Cab Rental services in Andaman are going to talk about 9 ways to save money while booking rental cars in 2020.
1. Book in advance
When you book online in advance you will almost always get a better deal than at the counter. And it’s easier and quicker. The last thing you want to do after a long flight is to deal with rental car companies at the airport and negotiate a deal.
2. Check prices frequently
Just like when you search for flights it pays to check prices frequently as they do change – different days can have different rates. If you use site that searches all the major rental car companies at once it’s fairly quick and painless. And compared to flights, the great thing about renting a car is that reservations often can be canceled and re-booked without fees, and in most cases your credit card doesn’t get charged until you pick-up the car. So if you do book early with no cancellation penalties and the price drops before you pick up your car you can always cancel and re-book. Sometimes car companies will drop their prices just before a weekend if they have excess stock.
3. Adjust Pick-Up and Drop-Off Times
When searching for cheap rental cars online, the pick-up and drop-off times are typically in half-hour increments. Try tweaking these times and see if it affects your rates. Sometimes tacking on an extra day to that weekly rental, or even adding a couple of hours to extend it over a weekend, can lower your rate. This strategy takes advantage of lower prices aimed at leisure travelers who are more likely to travel on weekends. Weekend rates are great, but weekly rates can be the best of all.
4. Book the smallest vehicle you’ll need
Think carefully about what type of vehicle you need. Sure it might be tempting to go for the big SUV or the fancy sports car, but always think fuel consumption and the practicalities of your car. Being comfortable is important so you enjoy your road trip. Don’t go small and cheap if you are crammed in like sardines. Book the lowest class vehicle you’ll comfortably need, and chances are you might get a free upgrade at the counter, which often happens to us! Just make sure you can afford the increased fuel costs of an upgraded bigger car!
5. Avoid the airport
Off-airport locations are typically cheaper than airport locations (they tack on fees). Look in nearby neighborhood locations to save money. Just make sure the downtown branch is not on the outskirts of the city limits meaning a long and costly taxi ride.
6. Save on a day rental
If you don’t need your rental car immediately, take the complimentary shuttle to your accommodation and book a car for the next day. You’ll save a day’s rental and should pay less for being an off-airport location. And do the same at the end of your trip.
7. Be wary of one-way drop off fees
Obvious I know, but one-way drop off fees can be huge and make it difficult to find cheap rental cars. Where possible plan your trip so that you return your rental car to its original location.
8. Check for unlimited mileage options
Make sure your rental includes the unlimited mileage option and you can take your car where you need to go. The last thing you want to worry about is getting stung for any excess miles.
If you are like me and don’t have much free time, the last thing you want to do is spend days looking for a deal. But searching for cheap rental cars doesn’t have to be a pain in the butt. The quickest way to compare rental companies is to use an aggregator site that searches all the major car brands at once and checks which supplier offers the best prices for your chosen dates and location. We always start with car renting services when searching for cheap rental cars, it’s a site we have booked through several times over the years when traveling, for four years.