Renting car for the first time

  • no penalty for canceling the reservation

If you are planning to go for a trip, for example to Budapest, you might also want to see some other cities in Hungary which are close to it. So what is the first thing that you will do? You will book a car because you have learned that from us there is no penalty for cancelling your reservation J. So don’t be afraid! Of course it is not the nicest thing to do with us but we cannot do anything about it. It is only up to you! But I think you should keep your map widely open and why should you just go to one city if you can go to two or more with a rented car!



  • check the car before driving

You go to the place, your car is ready and waiting for you. You sign everything you need to sign than you just jump in the car and go but if there is something that you and the sales agent didn’t notice as a “problem” and you guys will see it after you arrive back, it can cause you a problem because they might think that you did it, if it has never been noticed by anyone before you picked up the car. So make sure you check them everywhere with the salesman before you leave the bases.


  • save the receipts

You know what deposits are, right? It might cause you problems also if you need to prove that you have paid deposit or that you have rented a car. Not because of you but the companies can have problems with the registry or with the online booking system or some other problems…so you have to be sure about keeping the receipts and the invoices that you have received from the rental company.


  • get it back on time

When you are driving back make sure to take the car back on time, you might have to pay more if you are late, also you might be stealing someone’s time. So have a schedule and be on time because it’s a nice thing to do! Don’t steal someone’s time from having fun and great travel!



One thought on “Renting car for the first time”

  1. You really make it seem so easy along with your presentation but I find this topic to be really one thing that I think I’d never understand. It kind of feels too complicated and very large for me. I’m having a look forward for your subsequent publish, I’ll attempt to get the grasp of it!


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