June 2018
Recent Blog Posts

Men v Women – Why Do Men Rent More Cars?

According to a United Nations estimate in 2015, approximately 51% of the population are women, so why is it that only 18% of car rentals booked are by women? We have poured over the data from over 5,000 rentals to see where women rent the most cars and which nationalities have the highest percentage of female car rental main drivers.

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Corvera Airport Car Rental Open from 2019 – Flights Confirmed

Major airlines have at last confirmed flights to the long awaited Corvera Airport in the Murcia region of Costa Calida in southeastern Spain. Currently served by Murcia’s ageing San Javier Airport, the new state of the art airport has been plagued with delays, largely politically driven. Whilst the airport has lay dormant since 2016, the political wrangles have finally abated and the region will soon enjoy the benefits of the new facility.

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Car Hire Refuelling Charges - Fuel Surcharges

One of the industries most hotly disputed subjects is the Car Rental Fuel Policy, which one is best and why are so many unfair. Over the last decade, the car rental industry has bowed to customer pressure (for the better) and generally adopted a full to full policy option on all rentals*.

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Car Hire Fuel Policies – Which is Best?

A hotly disputed and much talked about subject, car rental fuel policies have all too often landed the industry in hot water with terms like ‘rip-off’ frequenting headlines and internet forums. Much like many policies on travel products, knowledge is your friend and understanding what car hire fuel policies mean is your best weapon to avoid any nasty surprises.

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Women Allowed to Drive in Saudi Arabia – Female Car Rental in Saudi

As of 24th June 2018, women will be allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia for the first time, opening the flood gates for driving license applications from women and crucially also enabling women to rent cars in Saudi Arabia.
 

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Which Side is the Fuel Cap on? Left or Right

You probably know by now which side of the car your fuel filler cap is on. If you drive your own car and refill the fuel tank regularly it’s pretty unlikely that you’ll arrive at your nearest petrol station unsure as to what side your fuel filler cap is on.

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In-Cabin Pet Flights – Can I take my Dog on the Plane?

“I’m really looking forward to my flight” is not a quote you’ll hear often, whether for business or pleasure, flying is often a necessary evil for us humans and we get to enjoy the relative luxuries of a seat and if you’re lucky (or pay for reserved seating) a window to peer out of. Imagine how much your pet must feel when they sense a trip to the airport is on the cards?

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