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Rent a car abroad: Things to take into consideration
Publicado 3 de October de 2019 por admin
We all love to travel and discover new places. Sometimes we do it in our own country and sometimes we choose abroad.
Whatever the case, renting a vehicle is always one of the most viable options to live the trip. Getting around by car is much more practical than doing it by train or bus, but you always have to take into account a few recommendations when renting it.
Be sure to rent a car with a reliable company, with all the guarantees. A company that offers a transparent and honest service that doesn`t have hidden costs or charges and pay for the agreed price. In Malco Rent a Car we are totally transparent and what you think you are going to pay is, in effect, what you pay.
Always keep in mind the type of road. Depending on the type of road, you will need a car model or another. Always keep this in mind before renting a car to find out which model suits you best. In Malco Rent a Car we have a large fleet to satisfy all your needs.
Do not forget your International Driving License. Depending on the destination you may need this driving license. In the countries of the European Union and the European Economic Area it is not usually a requirement, but in all others it is.
Think of the children and their needs. If you are going to take a baby or a child on board you must notify the car rental company. A child seat or any other type of passenger need is something that the rental company must know.
Know the traffic rules. Depending on the country, there are traffic signs that change, as well as the direction of traffic or rules of the traffic agents. It never hurts a little investigation prior to renting the vehicle in a foreign country.
Taking these easy tips into consideration can save you many problems when renting a car abroad. Remember that the only objective is to enjoy the trip, and not pay fines or have a bad memory of your desired vacation.
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