It’s a common sight at the start of the morning.
There’s a car parked, and you get out and look at it, and it’s not quite what you were expecting.
That’s where car rental companies can be helpful, especially if they offer services that you might not expect.
“They offer us to pick up our car at the airport, pick up my car, pick it up at the hotel,” says Lihue Car Rentals’ manager, Stefano Di Marzo.
“It’s very similar to a pick up or delivery.”
Car rental services like LihUE are the backbone of the Italian car rental market.
Lihule offers cars for rental around the country, but Di Marzio says it’s also available in cities as far afield as Switzerland and Spain.
For example, the car he picked up from Barcelona was just a couple of months old.
“We are now getting cars for rent from New York to London to Dublin, which is quite a bit of travel,” Di Marzzo says.
“So we offer to pick you up, take your car, drive it to the airport and deliver it to you.”
What you pay For the most part, car rental services have a one-off fee.
You pay about €500 for a standard car, which comes with a €400 deposit, and about €250 for a car rental car that can be rented for €500.
But Di Marzzo says there are ways around this, so you’ll pay the deposit and then be charged the full cost of the car.
If you want a car with more options, like a manual transmission, or a four-wheel drive, you pay €1,500.
For those who want to buy a car, the deposit is reduced to €400, and the cost of a car depends on the length of your stay.
“You can buy the car for €700 and get it for €1.5 million,” Di Martzio explains.
“Or you can buy a vehicle with a manual gearbox for €600, then have €600 paid for.
But if you’re looking for a manual, that is a bit expensive.”
Di Marzi says that if you want to rent a car for longer than a few weeks, you’ll be charged €100.
For longer stays, Di Marizo says the car is usually free.
“If you want something that is very well-equipped, then you can pay €300 per week.
And if you have a very small car, like the car you rent, you can probably rent it for half a week for a fraction of the price,” Di Mascio says.
So what about the car?
“The car is always your responsibility,” Di Maczio adds.
“When you go out and rent the car, you are renting the car.”
Car rentals vary in price from €500 per week for the basic car, to a range of up to €1 million.
In Lihuelle’s case, the cars are often very well maintained.
Di Marza says the company offers a car maintenance program for all of its clients, and they even give out free maintenance tips.
But you should be aware that this is a car that’s not usually the first choice for tourists, and if you don’t have a car at home, you may not be able to use the service for free.
Di Mescio says that Lihues car is only available for a limited number of customers, and that they’ll be able repair it for a reasonable price, but it can’t be used for free by tourists.
And with a range and options of cars, Di Mercio says he recommends visiting the city before renting the vehicle.
“As a tourist, you have to make sure you have everything that you need, whether you’re renting a car or not,” Di Rocca says.
Di Martizo agrees that the car can be used as a tourist vehicle, but he says the quality of the vehicles is always better than renting a vehicle for a short time.
“I think that a car is very important, especially in a tourist area,” Di Maestro says.
But he warns that it’s important to know that if your car breaks down, or if there are any problems, it can be difficult to get a replacement.
And you can only get a car repaired for €300, so even if you are in good health, you might still be out of pocket.
If your car does break down, you won’t be able use it for free, and can’t just rent a vehicle.
But once you’ve been on the road for a while, you’re able to do a little shopping, and take your new car home.
“The most important thing is that you use the car,” Di Masci says.
It’s also important to note that car rentals can vary significantly.
For instance, if you