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Spain car hire - £5.03 per day all inclusive for a 5 door car with aircon

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8y, 5d agoPosted 8 years, 5 days ago
Just booked 18 days car hire for just over £90 all inclusive. Works out to just over 5 quid a day. Pay in euros on collection - use NationWide card for best rates and no commission. No need for cashbacks with this deal. I have used them before and no probs whatsoever

http://www.booking-centre-online.com/car-rental/car-hire.htm

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8y, 5d agoPosted 8 years, 5 days ago
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#1
voted hot
#2
voted hot
#3
voted hot - unfortunately already booked mine for next week for Malaga - cost £45 so not so bad and I had quidco - this is a better deal though
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good price but a word from someone who was caught out this year
i got a hire car for 16 days for about £160 at murcia in spain.... a good deal or so i thought
when i went to pick it up i had to pay for the full tank of petrol they include- can't opt out and for this they charged me about another exagurated £80 - it was only a diesel citreon berlingo !!
i only used the car for transport too and from the airport and pottering about in .. only use about a quarter of the tank.. and no refund for non use
ie. read the small prit ... i am led to believe many hire companes do this , great if you will use the juice and intend to travel about but not so good if you hardly use the car
#5
of course you have to pay for the petrol! whenever you take back a hire car it must be as you received it. i.e if they give you a full tank of petrol then you have to give it back with one!
#6
gidon;3611564
of course you have to pay for the petrol! whenever you take back a hire car it must be as you received it. i.e if they give you a full tank of petrol then you have to give it back with one!


Reread the post - desdan said he had to pay for the full tank of petrol...
#7
desdan
good price but a word from someone who was caught out this year
i got a hire car for 16 days for about £160 at murcia in spain.... a good deal or so i thought
when i went to pick it up i had to pay for the full tank of petrol they include- can't opt out and for this they charged me about another exagurated £80 - it was only a diesel citreon berlingo !!
i only used the car for transport too and from the airport and pottering about in .. only use about a quarter of the tank.. and no refund for non use
ie. read the small prit ... i am led to believe many hire companes do this , great if you will use the juice and intend to travel about but not so good if you hardly use the car


gidon
of course you have to pay for the petrol! whenever you take back a hire car it must be as you received it. i.e if they give you a full tank of petrol then you have to give it back with one!


desdan is correct,

In most car hire companies in Spain (that I have used), they charge you up front a ridiculous amount for fuel up front. You pay for the whole tank and don't get a refund. So, in order to get some benefit, you should return the car as close to empty as possible. It's really annoying when you are at the end of your holiday and driving back to the car hire company with half a tank left, knowing it cost you near £40!!
#8
gidon
whenever you take back a hire car it must be as you received it. i.e if they give you a full tank of petrol then you have to give it back with one!


No, that's not right.

I hired a vehicle with Budget in September, and at no additional cost, the car was given to me with a full tank of petrol and returned empty. I was not charged extra to re-fill the empty tank either.
#9
It depends on how loing you have the car for. Generally if you have the car under a certain amount of days you can do the full tank / return full tank process, however, over 5 days you tend to lose out if you dont use the petrol.
banned#10
Checked out T&C and it states you will not be charged upfront for fuel and just to return it at the same level.
#11
Has anyone else used this company before? I like the idea that you can pay cash, some insist on credit card and you don't know the exchange rate! They also don't charge for cancellation. I've booked it hoping the exchange rate will go up lots!!! Still cheap though..
#12
Hmmm,

Just tried this for 9 days in Fuerteventura in January for a 5 door car and it came back with €236.12 - over €26 a day (or about £22-23)...
#13
Booked it for next July, 251 euros for 3 weeks, that's 80 euros cheaper than teh company I usually use.

They seem to have the right insurances too, CDW included, some companies don't include that.

Good deal, if there are no catches.

Heat & Rep added.
#14
this is very cheap but i would check the type of insurance that goes with this
#15
dogsballs
this is very cheap but i would check the type of insurance that goes with this


It includes CDW and Theft Protection, that's the important ones.
#16
Price for 2 weeks to Alicante is around £171 (£12.20 a day), but I cannot get the thing to work, I've filled in all the fields on the reservation form but the submit button won't open up, wierd.

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OK, tried it in an IE tab and it worked, although still very strange that you only send a reservation, and don't get asked to pay - how do they keep their income stream going, that was always the thing I worried about booking foreign cars before you go, that they may not be there when you arrive and you've already paid, but here that doesn't matter (so much anyhow)

Also - seems very cheap, next best I can get on a quick look-see search is £300 for the same car, or £211 for a managable similar sized.
#17
Just had my reservation confirmed with Aurigacrown and am still not being asked to pay - so I suppose if I find a better deal (as you cannot even try Easycar past March 2009 at present) between now and next August I can just cancel (or ignore it)
[mod]#18
As this is not a UK registered Company or one of the pre-approved Non-UK Merchants it can't be listed as a deal. It does provide some very good information though, so I've moved it to MISC, thanks :thumbsup:
#19
thelatics
Just had my reservation confirmed with Aurigacrown and am still not being asked to pay - so I suppose if I find a better deal (as you cannot even try Easycar past March 2009 at present) between now and next August I can just cancel (or ignore it)


I usually book with autoreisen and you don't pay a penny till you pick it up, this one is cheaper though so I'm going to give them a try.
#20
doyouspain doesnt ask for money up front either and they have been pretty good for me in the past
#21
Why does is ask for your passport no. .... Has anyone else had experience of dealing with this company before?

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