Cheap car rentals: my best advice

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How to pay the best price for your rental car

You’re looking for cheap car rentals? You’re wondering how to pay the best price?

You’re at the right place!

You know it as well as I do: car rental can get very expensive quickly!

Not many people know about it, but there is a very simple trick:

Rentalcars.com offers what they call “the best price warranty”.

It’s very simple, if you find a better deal elsewhere for a similar car, they will refund you the difference!

As a result, I always book my rental cars with them. No need for a long talk, this very easy trick does the job perfectly!

To benefit from the best price warranty, simply click the button below and book your car. Enjoy!

Vincent

Creator of the Voyage Tips blog, travel and photography lover. I give you all my best tips to plan your next trip.

Discussion4 Comments

  1. Vincent

    Hey Vincent!! Myself, wife and 14 year old daughter are traveling to Spain and Malta in late December – early January. We will be spending 4 nights in Malta @ The Westin Dragonara and wanted to ask, is it better to rent a car for the 4 days?? Or can we get to all major attractions via public transportation? Have you done the dinner in the sky in Malta??

    Thanks

    • Vincent
      Vincent

      Hello Jason,

      For your trip to Malta, as your hotel is quite central and it will be during winter (less crowded buses), you can use public transportation to go to Valletta, the 3 Cities (small boat from valletta) and Mdina/Rabat. However, I would suggest you to rent a car for at least 1 day in order to do a short road trip around the island.

      The bus routes aren’t really planned for sightseeing, so if you want to visit several places in a day, it’s more convenient with a car.

      You can find all my articles about Malta here: Destination Malta
      And all my articles about Spain there: Destination Spain

      I do have more articles about Spain (about Madrid and Barcelona), but they are unfortunately not translated to English yet (in French only).

      About the dinner in the sky in Malta, it’s unfortunately only available from May to September: Official website

      Enjoy your trip, and if you have other questions, don’t hesitate!

  2. Vincent

    Hi vincent!

    Love you blog!

    Anyways i was wondering how the traffic condition is like in rome especially during winter season. Im going to rome for 4 days in mid january.
    And also is it adviseable for me to drive in rome as in my country our roads are all right hand side driving while in rome i understand its left hand side driving.

    Please advice!

    • Vincent
      Vincent

      Hi Yusuf!

      I am glad my blog is helping you to plan your trip!

      In Rome, you won’t need a car, you can visit everything on foot or take the public transportation or a taxi if needed.

      Driving in Rome as a tourist is quite hard and will not make you save time: you will have problems to find your way, to park, and there are a lot of Limited Traffic Zone (ZTL).
      These zones are only accessible to residents, and you will be fined 130 euros by camera if you go there by mistake. And it can happen very quickly, as sometimes the GPS direct you to these ZTL!

      So really, the best advice I can give you is to walk, use public transports or taxis during your stay in Rome.

      Have a great trip!

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