Hyannis is one of the most expensive cities to rent an SUV.
But as long as you are willing to pay a little extra, it’s possible to find a bargain.
Here are five things to know about car rentals in Hyanes.
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What to expect when you get your first rental car in town The Hyannis-New Bedford area is home to one of America’s most exclusive car rental companies.
On Monday, June 1, Hyannis will be the site of the second annual “Hyannis Car Rental Day” in which Hyannis resident and car rental company driver, Mike Capps, will make his first-ever rental.
“The best thing about Hyannis,” Capps said, “is that it’s one of those places where you can drive your car for free.”
In fact, Capps has been driving cars for years, but this year he plans to bring his expertise to the scene.
“If you drive a BMW, it’ll probably be a bit pricey,” Capp said.
“But if you go to Hyannis and you rent a Mercedes Benz, you’re going to pay $3,000 or $4,000 more than what you’re used to.”
The biggest perk of driving a car?
The opportunity to get to know the people you are going to meet.
“I’ve seen a lot of cool people,” Caps said.
And with so many different car rental options, there are so many opportunities to meet the people in the car.
Capps noted that when he first started out, he had to ask everyone in his rental company, “Where are you from?”
Capps joked that when a friend of his in the neighborhood suggested they rent a Ferrari, he thought, “Well, that’s great, but what about a Lamborghini?”
“That was kind of a challenge, but I found out a lot more about how to do that with a Lambo than I ever thought possible,” Capers said.
Caps also said that the company that he used to work for, Kwik Trip, is a great place to rent and will even allow you to borrow a car, but it can be pricey.
“It’s like a lot,” Caws said.
“[But] I have a good time driving around in my Lamborghinis.
They’re always going to be there for me.”
Capps says he also found the experience of renting a car to be a good way to get a taste of the local culture.
“You know, the cars are all very different,” Cops said.
It’s fun to go around and see the different types of cars and the different parts, he added.
Capp’s favorite part of the day is when he rents a Ferrari and it’s the first time he drives in the summer.
“That’s when I feel like I’m in the middle of nowhere,” Cabs said.
That’s where he enjoys his favorite part.
“When you’re renting a Lambeau or something like that, you really can’t miss it.
I love it.
You get to be able to drive it, and I love that, too.”
And while the first rental he rented was a Lam, he plans on renting a Ferrari sometime soon.
What you need to know when you are driving a rental car The rental companies that you use will vary depending on where you live in the area.
And that can be a little intimidating when you first arrive at the rental office.
Cabs will tell you that you can either pay the full amount upfront, or you can be charged a fee when you drive the car, if you drive for less than three hours.
But the company will often ask for an extra $500, Cabs added.
But he said that if you pay the $500 upfront, you are likely to get more than the advertised amount.
Cops also says that if your car doesn’t fit the advertised price, you may be charged extra.
Cbs says that his car will typically be rented for around $500-$600.
“In the summer, you’ll find out that you need a lot less than advertised,” Cbs said.
In some cases, a rental company will even rent a brand new car, which will cost a little more than $1,000.
But there is no way to know if a car will be able go on the road for less money than advertised.
Cansons favorite rental company is Kwiktrip, where he rents the car he drives for $2,000 a month.
“What I love about Kwik is that they will take care of everything for you,” Csays.
“They have a very good relationship with their car rental agency, so it’s really easy to find the best deal.
They will work with the owners and they’ll even get you a quote if you don’t pay for it.”
Caps notes that he finds that if the car is good, and