Why booking a rental car upfront is better than renting an airport taxi
Do you often have to wait long hours when going home from the airport after a long flight?
Do you often have to wait long hours when going home from the airport after a long flight? Nobody likes to stand in lines waiting for a taxi after a tiresome flight, especially in peak hours when the queue is long and it takes around an hour to get a cab. Have you considered booking a rental car upfront with Cheaper Car Rentals instead of taking a taxi?
Here are some advantages:
1. Car waits for you, not you for the car
You are picked up by minibus and taken to our Tullamarine depot, 5 minutes from Melbourne Airport. Your rental car is waiting for your arrival so you can drive home in your comfortable rented car while others wait in the queue for their turn to hail a taxi.
2. Choose your favourite car
Whether you’re a SUV guy, someone who likes a sedan or you need an 8 seater, you can book any of them and drive you home with ease. When was the last time you went home from the airport in your favourite car?
Travelling in groups and customisation
In addition, if you’re flying with a group, then renting cars in bulk is much easier upfront. Further, rental cars upfront, unlike on arrival bookings can be customised with things like child seats or GPS.
4. No Price Difference
In addition to getting the car of your choice, with an upfront rental car you have price flexibility too. Otherwise, if you rent at the airport, due to the lack of options, you have to settle with whatever the cost you are offerred.
Pre booking a rental car online usually means a discounted rate.
Renting car in unfamiliar places
You know inside out about how to hail a taxi in your city. What about when you’re in another city, and you don’t know the regulations there? Renting cars, especially abroad is a risky business. You don’t know anything about your driver and this can cause anxiety about feeling safe. Thus, upfront rental cars come in handy in such situations.
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