Macclesfield, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 06, 2009 -- Families wanting to take a half term break and get away have been given a helping hand to save money by Carrentals.co.uk. The leading car hire price comparison website is assisting parents during the credit crunch by helping them cut their holiday costs with discounted deals on breaks.
Gareth Robinson, managing director of Carrentals.co.uk, commented, âAlthough we appreciate what a tough time it is financially, parents and children are still in need of a holiday. Weâre seeing a steady demand for car hire and we can help people get access to great deals on this and other aspects of their trip.â
âWhatever destination a family favours, our deals can help them save lots of money. By looking online, comparing prices of different elements of their holiday and booking ahead, families can cut the costs of things such as hiring child car seats and additional charges on flights.â
The award-winning car rental price comparison website Carrentals.co.uk currently offers car hire prices from just Â£7* a day in Malaga across the February half term break. With up to 50 car hire companiesâ prices compared on Carrentals.co.uk, tourists can quickly and easily locate the best deals.
Gareth Robinson continued, âEven in these difficult economic times, superb money-saving deals are available. Things like car hire and airport parking can be found cheap online and by booking ahead of travelling.â
Prices for a weekâs car rental in the half term holiday begin at just Â£12* per day at Tenerife Airport North, Â£13* per day at Athens Airport and from Â£7* per day at Malaga Airport. For travellers remaining in the UK, prices commence from Â£14* a day in popular cities such as London, York and Edinburgh.
Carrentals.co.uk compares car hire deals from companies including Holiday Autos, Budget, Alamo, Europcar, EasyCar and Thrifty, in over 9,000 locations around the World.
To compare the best half term car hire deals visit http://www.carrentals.co.uk. *Prices are based on seven-day rental from 14 February 2009 and are subject to change.