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50% off car hire for all frontline workers @ Enterprise
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31/05/2020Expires on 31/05/2020Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
FRONTLINE WORKERS DISCOUNT Enterprise is dedicated to keeping Britain moving through these difficult times. That’s why we’re now offering 50% off personal car hire to ALL front li… Read more
cantthinkofone_

They could offer 50% off the base rental rate but charge the full amount of the young driver surcharge surely.

sandall27

It’s all about risk and the algorithms insurance company use would stereotypically assume a 25 year old to be in less accidents than a 23 year old...it’s not personal.

cantthinkofone_

Only 25+ why? I'm 23 and would otherwise qualify.

causerino

It's a shame they have removed vans from this offer. Edit: They were included in their NHS offer posted on health service discounts, which has now been removed for this.

smk77

Maybe I misunderstood your point. You mean that despite the current situation, these companies are offering discounts to front line worker...And that's what is a nice thing to do? Surely they're doing it to generate revenue (nothing wrong with that) rather than taking a hit to be nice? Anyway, as you said, hopefully someone can take advantage of this.

Free car hire for all NHS Staff/Volunteers & Emergency Services @ HiyaCar
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Posted 31st MarPosted 31st Mar
Car hire company HiyaCar are offering free car rental to all NHS staff, NHS volunteers and emergency services staff. From Their Website The outbreak of Coronavirus has been st… Read more
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maggiemaddog

#staywell keep fighting for the best protection

ALBDeals

Me too. Was quite worried last night. Im ok today. Our hosp is full of positive cases.

maggiemaddog

I was so scared when I went back after my holiday but in the end I just convinced myself I've had it already and I'm able to carry ion and do my job. And yes I'm frontline everyday with people who are actively Covid19 positive.

ALBDeals

Hi. To be fair i enjoyed not having visitors around. Could just get on with the job. Not easy but Trying to be careful thank you. Look after yourself also.

lumens

Good luck out there. It’s starting to get busy now and I’ve had some pretty heart breaking jobs already. Make sure to look out for yourself too

Europcar car rentals from £5 a day - minimum of 2 days for Emergency Service employees
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Posted 27th MarPosted 27th Mar
Europcar is offering car rental from £5 per day. This offer is open to NHS workers, armed forces, police, paramedics, ambulance workers, fire services, social care workers and thos… Read more
deniseellner

Includes HMPPS staff too... (y)

MildmanneredCalvin

Great to hear, thanks for the heads up on this :)

duncanb1973

It seems they are not. The self promoting companies using stock that would otherwise sit idle probably do not think it sounds as exiting and appealing to the general public which is a shame. A big thank you to the staff that continue to work in essential roles which includes staff in supermarkets, and I hope she manages to get her car fixed soon

FahadShah

No they are not

Brryqnln

Are supermarket workers included in this as my wifes car has a fault and struggling to find a garage open with an auto elctrician available

Virtuo Car Rental Offering Free Rental Cars For NHS Staff @ Virtuo
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Posted 27th MarPosted 27th MarLocalLocal
Virtuo are a car rental company with a fleet of Mercedes A Class & Mercedes GLA operating in London, Manchester and Edinburgh. To show their appreciation for everything … Read more
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alijo2012

I got no reply as well

krishijones

Messaged them over Facebook but no reply! Anyone got this?

billyboyjones

Spot on Kay. (y)

xPabloz

I feel like trustpilot site is anything but trustworthy.

Kay135

A stunt that helps save lives, makes life easier for those saving lives and potentially helps future business. This is exactly the type of “PR Stunt” we should all be encouraging.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car. 50% NHS discount off all uk vehicle hire at Health Service Discounts
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Posted 26th MarPosted 26th Mar
Enterprise Rent-A-Car. 50% NHS discount off all uk vehicle hire at Health Service Discounts
Highlights Enterprise® is dedicated to keeping Britain moving through these difficult times, and to help support you with your travel needs we’re offering 50% off ALL UK car hire … Read more
BevbNHS

My first every post, so bear with me... I tried booking with Enterprise and they will only allow you to rent certain cars, so dont bother looking at their premium ranges. Disappointed (poo)

alebitro

@vostro they have a new policy about it cleaning https://www.enterprise.co.uk/en/help/notifications/advisory.html

vostro

So, do you think that enterprise will do very deep clean of returned car? With proper cleaning stuff? Or maybe they do ozone clean? I don't think so. FYI https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/23/cdc-coronavirus-survived-in-princess-cruise-cabins-up-to-17-days-after-passengers-left.html

eslick

Can’t see many taking up this offer though, does seem like another bandwagon deal.

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Hertz £1 car rental for NHS + Education workers upon presentation of an official document
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Posted 24th MarPosted 24th Mar
Hertz £1 car rental for NHS + Education workers upon presentation of an official document
Another brilliant gesture - maximum 6 days. "We’re here for you, because you’re there for us. Thank you for all you do from the bottom of our heart, as a token of our appreciati… Read more
Ed_Whybrow

I tried and got the same message, however they still have car rentals if you want to pay full price, perhaps it was a publicity stunt.

thebettstar

If you click the link now it says the deal is no longer valid, even though they said bookings up til 30 March...

ArthurDent1

Yes, but the excess is usually ridiculous and some companies have a habit of charging for pre-exisiting chips, scratches and kerbed wheels. I had a very bad experience with Budget in the US (after I passed my complaint to the Better Business Bureau they backed down and gave me a partial refund). Rental companies will try to sell you upgraded insurance for an inflated daily rate. Don't take it. Instead, go to MoneySavingExpert and do a price comparison for Gap Insurance/CDW. It works out much cheaper and covers you if they try to charge for any damage. But you MUST take out the insurance BEFORE you pick the vehicle up.

ginger_twit

car hire at the moment is very dodgy.....viruses can live in the air con, on wheels, seats, everywhere basically....

johnnyd57uk

Virtually all the car rental companies screw you for the tiniest scratches. It seems to be a significant source of income for some. I have used hire cars several times over the last few years and found that your terrified of parking anywhere. Just gave me the keys on pick up but inspected car for ages on return. Expect to see them on their hands and knees as they go over the car checking every nook and cranny. Dreadful experience. Have a read https://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/consumer-affairs/car-hire-horrorsi-charged-420-repair-small-scratch/ This offer is a nice gesture but based on the above please inspect the car on pick up. Bring someone with you if you can. Do a list of anything interior and exterior you find. Note the registration. Present it to them and and get a signature, ask for a photocopy. They will rush you but dont fall for that. Hopefully its going to be a positive experience for most staff who take advantage of this offer.You can always report back on HUKD.

Double discount-voucher offer (£22, then £18 off) @ Eurocar
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Posted 1st MarPosted 1st Mar
Double discount-voucher offer (£22, then £18 off) @ Eurocar
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I've just booked car-hire through Europcar's website, and used the following voucher codes: CUPONATION2020MAR (£22 off when you spend £220 or more, valid until 30/04/2020) MVC2… Read more
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Father-Jemima-Racktool

Isn't this to good to be true? Whys it not a hot deal?

lushlady

Driiveme.CO.uk (But don't book through their website, I found it cheaper to just use as a search engine.)

kashif18

Turo.com forget about traditional car rental.

Father-Jemima-Racktool

Yes but ... no more £1 one way ;( ;( ;( ;( ;( ;( ;( ;( ;( ;( ;(

UncleMikeAgain

Yeah.... I found exactly the same with Hertz. On their own website, they're ridiculously expensive, even compared to the Hertz prices on Expedia.co.uk. But for Europcar, they were about the same price as Expedia (but then got a lot cheaper with the discount codes). And I avoided Enterprise as (true story) last time I picked up a car from their branch inside Gatwick Airport, their employee genuinely copied my credit card in front of me, and went off on a spending spree during the following week. He was smart enough to do it with me watching all the time, but stupid enough to buy stuff, using eBay, and have it delivered to his home address in London. Genius. I got all the money back eventually - after a lot of phonecalls and hassle. And the craziest part: I reported this crime to the government's Action Fraud website, as I had all the receipts and proof of who did it and when they did it, but they came back and said they wouldn't pursue this, as I wasn't the victim... the credit card company was. Are you joking ?!!! Ahhhh, I love car hire companies.

20% off Car Rental with voucher code @ Hertz
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Posted 7th JanPosted 7th Jan
20% off Car Rental with voucher code @ Hertz
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alphamike

unfortunately this code Expired on the 20th of January Sorry !

Debaylett

I live in London didn’t work for me

big_mac

it's only 15% in USA & Canada - hence the 'up to' 20%. You have to have the code entered on the website, if you don't click on the link or enter it manually (on the search page, not checkout), then you don't get the 20% off.

Flashbeat

Code is automatically applied when you go on their site, so prices are high to begin with!

ElusiveJim1

Isn't an option. To. Do. This at checkout?

Save 50% on van hire @ Arnold Clark using code. It’s vantastic!
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Posted 4th JanPosted 4th Jan
Save 50% on van hire @ Arnold Clark using code. It’s vantastic!
Save 50% on van hire @ Arnold Clark. Only for this month (January). Use code VAN5 at checkout.
dsmsli

No thank you!....... Makes me so angry he got an award for our Queen... For ripping off so many innocent people!! And the company continues to do so

tintowellfan

Have a look. https://www.arnoldclarkrental.com/

ricardo.paulo

Any branches in London?

One way car rental for £9.89 @ Avis
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Posted 28th Nov 2019Posted 28th Nov 2019
One way car rental for £9.89 @ Avis
Avis need their cars moved around the country at this time of year, from £9.89 for a one way rental.
Aquaslim

Europcar does the same for £1

J_D_R

No worries! Never used this one personally so can't vouch for reliability but rated well it seems. Have done relocations before and they work really well if you are on a budget, up for an adventure and quite flexible!

mattbme

That’s awesome! Thanks

1GarethRichardson

What a royal waste of time! Also, who the flip designed that website!?

J_D_R

If you want a relocation, better to use something like this: https://www.driiveme.co.uk/

Europcar Black Friday up to 40% off
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Posted 25th Nov 2019Posted 25th Nov 2019
Europcar Black Friday up to 40% off
£55£9039%Europcar Deals
Europcar have started there sale this morning offering up to 40% off. I’ve been looking for a rentals for a week and took my price from last week from £90 down to £55...runs unti… Read more
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saniman

Car hire company’s claimed discounts, never seem to be anything like what they claim. The crucial words are .... up to 40% off. I fall for it every time!

CrimsonSilver

Sorry it’s not worked for you, but as above mine changed on a 4 day rental in Cardiff for next week

maddogb

been looking at some car hire options a few days ago, these prices don't seem to have changed any despite the claim that there has been discount applied :(

Costco Car Hire - Costco members value and one free additional driver on rentals in Europe, North America and the UK.
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Posted 12th Nov 2019Posted 12th Nov 2019
Costco Car Hire - Costco members value and one free additional driver on rentals in Europe, North America and the UK.
Save today. Drive tomorrow! Costco Car Hire is exclusive to Costco members and offers benefits such as one free additional driver on rentals in Europe, North America and the U… Read more
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thelondontrader

It is cheaper than elsewhere and better terms than on other brokers. I'd always compare but for my requirement works well.

harmageddon

They don’t actually have their own vehicles but just act as a broker / comparison site .... prices no better or worse than anyone else ..... would be better posted on www.everythingavailabletobuyonearth.com

cabbagekitten

use Turo, way better

Flapjackdoodoo

The part where it works out cheaper

sofeac

I hired a van with them a couple of weeks back. It was a lot cheaper than direct with the company but it is good to compare prices.

Arnold Clark book 4 day car hire and get a free hotel stay (may be existing customers only)
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Posted 5th Nov 2019Posted 5th Nov 2019
Arnold Clark book 4 day car hire and get a free hotel stay (may be existing customers only)
May be good if you are hiring a car over the Christmas season. Probably a few Arnold Clark haters on here but hope it's good for someone. Terms and conditions 1. Offer valid on c… Read more
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lushlady

Thanks op. Could be useful. Heat added.

KMace

I got the email - heat added

One Way Car Hire £1 @ Europcar
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Posted 14th Sep 2019Posted 14th Sep 2019
One Way Car Hire £1 @ Europcar
Excellent price if you need to a hire car to get to the airport. Please note that for the destinations I've tested you can only drop off the car at various airports and not other c… Read more
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nickmassey

Brilliant thanks for posting! So glad to see it's back after drying up several months ago. We've had loads of these over the last few years - usually use them to get to an airport and jump on the train to get back home. Often fly back to a different airport anyway, so driving my own car to Gatwick is pretty useless when I'm flying back to Manchester :-) As with any car hire - always check the car with a fine tooth comb on pick up and take photos or video of any damage. Most importantly, don't forget the cashback... Wouldn't want to pay a whole quid!!

Spark

To echo the above comments, Europcar are easily one of the worst companies I've ever dealt with. We booked a car with them to be collected from a train station and when we arrived to collect it their office was closed. We then filed a complaint which they rejected because we "didn't provide a flight number". Why we would need this when collecting a car from a railway station is anybody's guess. Finally they refunded the rental fee but then immediately and illegally charged a no show penalty to the same credit card. We had to go to the credit card company to file a chargeback claim for that. TLDR; Europcar are awful and need to be removed from existence.

romeroe

Sorry to hear you had a bad experience. I've personally used Europcar dozens of times, including a couple of £1 one-way rentals and I have never once had any problems. Unfortunately there are some bad eggs in all areas of car rental and for that reason I only ever hire cars with a full waiver in place (sourced externally see links on moneysaving expert pages). For that reason I couldn't give a flying hoot if they try and claim I've done any damage... in any case I've not yet ran into any car rental companies that have tried this on me yet...

hartleyhare2020

Excellent. Thanks

rustygecko

Don't trust Europ Car. I was wrongly given a parking ticket, I told the council it was wrong (with photo), so the councik at the same time asked Euopcar to pay - which they did, then illegally took the money off me. I got it back from the bank - never trust Europcar.

£25 off £125 + Spend on Car Rental with Code @ Europcar
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Posted 16th Jul 2019Posted 16th Jul 2019
£25 off £125 + Spend on Car Rental with Code @ Europcar
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UK, Spain or Italy this summer with our special LIMITED TIME CODE! Book between Now - 25th July and pick up your hire between July and Decemb… Read more
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rolandjustchillin

I would rather walk than use europcar.

14-Night USA Road Trip for just £929pp (Total £1,859) - Including Flights, Car Hire and Hotels @ BA
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Posted 10th Jul 2019Posted 10th Jul 2019
14-Night USA Road Trip for just £929pp (Total £1,859) - Including Flights, Car Hire and Hotels @ BA
This deal is based on 2 people flying out from Heathrow on Wednesday 2nd October, returning Wednesday 16th October. The trip also includes staying in various destinations around th… Read more
*smurfy*

Great effort sorting out a deal ...I just got back from a 2 week road trip from Chicago I stayed at club quarters wacker on michigan and it cost £65 a night and that was over 4th july, then parking just around the corner was $25 a night through parking wizz. It was nowhere near as bad as anyone says the driving in the centre,and it was so much better to centre.

iminhull

Thank you.souch for putting all the work in here. It's summat my wife and I would love to do. Need to find somewhere to put the toddler though!

GunnerGraham

Super effort on the post. Thanks for that. (y) I wonder what the weight restriction is? I'm 18 stone ,would I get refused ?

freshcarrot

Why ? I mean, i though obama was bad president, but i would never based my decision on if to go to USA on a holiday because he is in white house. Are you sure you dont have TDS ? XD

kevmaxthom

Fab.... Looking to do New York and Washington then a Virginia road trip next August for my 60th... Will keep an eye out for your posts. (y)

14 night USA road trip for just £750 each (total £3003) including flights, hotels and car hire @ Booking.com
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Posted 22nd Jun 2019Posted 22nd Jun 2019
14 night USA road trip for just £750 each (total £3003) including flights, hotels and car hire @ Booking.com
This deal is based on 4 people flying out from London Gatwick on Tuesday 3rd March 2020 into San Francisco and returning from Los Angeles on Tuesday 17th March back into Gatwick. T… Read more
anthony.cox

We did deep south Nashville, Memphis, Chattanooga, New Orleans. Some big drives between anything of significance but the food was absolute blow out amazing. Brisket, with BBQ Pit Beans and Slaw. Saw little bit of trouble while out there, shooting on Beale Street but apparantly talking to toilet attendant, it's the norm. The people were so kind and friendly. Only advice was that we did Atlanta and that is the only city in US where we have been spotted as tourists and targeted by vagrants on the street.

rdajackson

This is a fantastic post and a wealth of info. Thanks

anthony.cox

Four on a road trip would be too much. Two of you, at least you only have one to please with where you go and what you do.

anthony.cox

Do it all yourself and it would be at least half of that. Motels are not that bad if you look at the reviews. Most are really homely and owners at many bake each morning and have it in reception for you to eat at your leisure. We did Boston to Stowe during fall season and we split it with a cheap motel for two nights and then a nice luxury one for two nights. Best thing we ever did.

no_Sunshine

Went to USA (LA/SD/SM/SF/HWY1 etc) a couple of months ago on my own (to meet up a friend in LA) and here's how I did it, all in all in about less than £750-£850 for a week. Got a deal from moneysavingexpert to park cheaply for a week at/near Heathrow (about £35 for a week).Flew to LA, had a rented car waiting (Mustang, on my friend's car hire account with Alamo), met with friend then drove around sightseeing for a couple of days, stayed outside LA in a cheap motel. 2 days later changed car (to a more economical Nissan Note variant, car was 0 metre & paid for it myself, you don't need insurance even in USA, but a good idea to insure it through hire company = abt £8ish for a day) drove to San Diego and spent the whole day sightseeing. Drove back to LA, returned rental car and flew off to Sacramento. Rented a car in Sacramento (Mitsubishi Outlander), drove to cheap motel, rested and then next day on to 'Muir Woods' (beautiful park/resort with gigantic trees & beautiful mountains/hills. Drive was awesome too, more like a curvy country road). Then drove onto San Francisco, stopped at the entrance to Golden gate bridge (parking was free, bridge takes you into SF) and walked on the bridge for half a mile and enjoyed the view. Drove into SF, 1st stop Palace of fine arts (parking was free on roadside, explored for an hour). 2nd stop, fisherman's wharf (parking is not free, paid about $4-5 for an hour). Food is expensive but tasty + you can get a boat ride/tour from here to Al catraz (I didn't because it was getting a bit foggy & rainy). 3rd stop/drive on the most crooked street in the world (Lombard st), drove around for an hour at least, all the streets close by were great to drive on and an experience to have. 4th stop hyde street/beach st (right at the bottom of where the trams start). You can park here (for free again at set times, I think after 4pm) enjoy the bay, views of GG bridge etc and then walk to a park very close by towards Fort Mason, a very refreshing walk about a mile one way. 5th stop city, drove around, got some food etc. Drove out of SF and stayed in Motel 5 in Redwood (cost around £50 for the night). Next day Highway 1 (also called highway 1 SR = scenic route): set off for half moon bay from redwood (beautiful natural beach, very strong currents, but very calming). Next stop Santa Cruz which was a local & tourist hotspot. Nice beach, but a bit too overrated. Next stop was Monterey, nice little city/town with a beautiful beach called del monte, besides which was a pub called 'london bridge'. Explored for a few hours & then onto Hwy 1 again towards big sur (the drive up till now was beauuuutiful, but it got a bit more amazing past monterey towards big sur. Before reaching Big sur, you can just stop in lay-bys on the road, switch the engine off & just enjoy the view which is second to none! At sunset, started driving back to Sacramento via Monterey again, to catch my flight to LA to get back to Heathrow from LA. Stopped again in Monterey for a bit of shopping from ROSS & Target (Ross is like Tk-maxx, great deals). Advise 1: As soon as you've rented a car, head for local $ dollar store & get some basic supplies like snacks, water bottles/big gallon of water, crisps, shaving stuff, deodorants etc etc Advise 2: Get health insurance before travel to USA, as health care costs can be outrageous, also try to include car insurance in same insurance if you can to save costs & hassle. Advise 3: Download Offline Google Maps for area you intend to visit in advance. Do so before you leave or there's free wifi at airports & motels. Advise 4: Motels are cheap if you just turn up, or you can book in advance & look for deals from booking dot com & the likes, to make it even cheaper. Advise 5: Driving is easier than here with few rules, as others have explained, but some states have different laws, for e.g. In California you can only park on the same side of road/lane you're in or sometimes you have to keep your headlights on even during the day when it's sunny and I think always on when it's raining. All in all, USA is very underrated in terms of natural beauty. Sure its famous for Hollywood or Las Vegas etc, but I found it to be very beautiful naturally, hence wrote in great detail about the second part of my trip, post San Diego/Sacramento, not about LA etc. The following image is from my last day, drive between Monterey & Big Sur.

14 Nights Orlando Fly Drive from Glasgow (Jun 20th to 4th July) for 4 people (2a + 2c) with 20kg luggage + Car Hire = £190pp (£760) @ Tui
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14 Nights Orlando Fly Drive from Glasgow (Jun 20th to 4th July) for 4 people (2a + 2c) with 20kg luggage + Car Hire = £190pp (£760) @ Tui
£760£2,68072%TUI Deals
Great last minute price for Florida flights with 20kg luggage from Glasgow at £190 per person, even if you are not bothered about the car hire. Would suit someone who prefers to b… Read more
gtd65

I'm not sure where the contradiction is here?

StottyUTA

If they've got car rental full insurance they don't need to have the 2k available. Either way, you think 2k isn't much, why scrimp on car insurance (lol)

StottyUTA

Even so, my partner smashed the side of our vehicle, rang car rental company and got a replacement within 2 hours, swapped keys and drove. Think you can do that on your third party insurance? Hells no. When I'm on holiday I want easy doing.

gtd65

Not necessarily, Florida trends to have no fault insurance.

StottyUTA

Yeah I don't think they've thought it through, considering just how bad they drive over there! You've gotta pay for there medical and other expenses that can easily cost a few million...screw that, I prefer pay a few hundred for peace of mind.

3 nights in Croatia for just £77 each (total £153.34) including flights, apartment and car hire @ Booking.com
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3 nights in Croatia for just £77 each (total £153.34) including flights, apartment and car hire @ Booking.com
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out from Southend on Thursday 10th October returning Sunday 13th October. I’ve chosen Room Ket which has great reviews on Booking.com. If the… Read more
darach_morris

Along with chlorinated chicken, irradiated vegetables, a steep rise in hate crimes and losing access to the worlds largest single market (y)

Rastafari

But....we haven’t left and this holiday is cheap. (confused)

stevos9

The more the merrier thanks for posting :)

BlueSkies

Ohhh right ok! Just had a look at her page and couldn’t see the deal (confused) must just be coincidence (y)

stevos9

SunshineStacey very well know to HUKD now on Facebook she posted this other day!

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