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Monday, 27 May 2019 14:46

Car rental in Spain - 5 tips

Spain is a culturally diverse country, which is visited by a large number of tourists every year. Thanks to cheap air connections, Spain is a popular holiday destination for many Europeans. They are attracted by the sunny weather, beautiful architecture, unique cuisine, and wonderful landscapes. However, when planning a trip around Spain, you should consider renting a car. In today's article, we will present 5 basic tips for renting a car in Spain. Let’s get started!

 

  1. Price.

Without knowing the market, it is difficult to choose a good offer by browsing through search results. Use a site that will provide you with the best rental offer in Spain based on information about the date and time of your stay. This information can be obtained at www.autospain.co.uk

  1. Opinions.

Be sure to do some thorough research before choosing a car rental company. You can find many reviews of impartial Internet users who have used the services of different companies. Don’t worry if you don’t know Spanish! You can use an online translator to translate text from the website. Even if there are mistakes in the translation, you will be able to find the information you’re looking for.

  1. Online booking.

When choosing a holiday to Spain, it is worth booking a car well in advance. You will avoid the risk of finding out on the spot that there aren't any vehicles left to rent. In addition, online booking is often associated with additional discounts.

  1. Picking up a car at the airport.

When arranging to pick up a car in Spain, remember to ask about the possibility of leaving the car to the airport. It saves you a lot of confusion, trouble and costs. Travelling from the airport to the city can be expensive and tiring, and many rentals offer to the option of leaving the car at the airport.

  1. Distance limits.

When signing a rental agreement, ask about the company's policy regarding the number of kilometres traveled. Make sure that the rental does not impose a limit on you - otherwise, you might exceed it and end up paying a lot of money.