On your holiday, being able to rent a vehicle simply and affordably. It eliminates the stress of waiting for uncomfortable buses or aimless walking around – you just jump into that car hire and go. On that note, we’ve compiled a list of recommendations to make your rental automobile experience as good as possible.
Plan and Book in Advance
Reserve your automobile as soon as possible while planning your Australian vacation. Australia has a wide range of popular places to visit, and each year hundreds of local and foreign tourists pass through the country. If you wait till the last minute to book your car, you run the risk of being unable to drive around, especially during peak times in popular locations and on holidays. Being unable to move about may severely limit your experience; therefore, reserve your vehicle ahead of time – you can cancel or modify your reservation later if necessary so long as you give us at least a week’s notice.
Obtain Extra Features Early
Also, don’t forget about any extra items you’ll need for your vehicle hire. Do you have children that will be travelling with you? A car seat will need to be pre-booked. Are you looking for a seven-seater? You should book it as soon as possible since automobile rental businesses don’t offer the same number of extras as they do automobiles.
Accidents may happen; protect yourself from financial ruin by obtaining insurance for your hired automobile. Our insurance plans are all affordable and fair, and they will offer you piece of mind while driving in strange areas. You will be covered for any losses caused by your actions if you follow Australian traffic laws and comply with our rental agreement.
Split the Driving
Split up the driving so that everyone can have a rest and get to see some of the sights. Between destinations, there may be long stretches of road where you’re alone in the car. This not only makes for a more entertaining journey for everyone, but it’s also safer because solo drivers become weary and irritable. Just remember to include this on your vehicle rental agreement if necessary.
Consider the Seasons
Although we are known for our magnificent heat and light, we do have seasons! Consider increasing the anticipated driving times within and between popular attractions if you visit during peak season, as there may be more automobiles and tourists on the road than usual.
Consider how much you’ll need to pack, as well as what you should have on hand depending on the season. You’ll want sunscreen, hats, and water if you’re here in the summer. If you’re visiting in winter, make sure your layers are accessible. Make sure your vehicle hire is thorough so that these items are within reach.
Learn about the Traffic Laws
Before heading out on the road, learn about our traffic regulations and signs. Fines for driving offences are expensive and time-consuming, and they might ruin an otherwise enjoyable holiday. Take the koala crossing signals seriously—they’re not there to amuse you!
Fill Your Tank
Follow the regulations for your area. When you return your car, make sure it has been fully refuelled or you’ll be charged extra. Also, while we’re on the subject of fuelling up, save time by finding out where the nearest petrol station is before arriving at your final destination.