Kelston, New Zealand (PressExposure) November 06, 2009 -- A car rental could be very tricky especially for those who are renting from time to time and not well involved with the market. The easiest and quickest way to find Auckland car rental service is to search on the internet or just to leaf through the yellow pages of your local directory or to look at the classified pages of the local newspapers. You should easily be able to spot Auckland car rental.
It is often believed that car rentals come with very less discounts. Contrary to this, it is advisable to rent a car online as they offer more discounts on their deals. Otherwise if you are not following the internet and believe on your research in the area - discounts can be found. Car companies are always eager to rent out the car they are not using and will willing give discounts on them.
Consult the following points before you opt for Auckland car rental [http://www.jamesblond.co.nz/Car-Rental-Auckland]:
Research: Do your research work pretty well. Ways are said above already. Compare the rental costs. Look for good discounts on the rental.
Decide on the Date: If you know well in advance about your travel, it is better to book early. If you find a fair deal, go for it. It usually happens that companies give good discounts if you book early. Also if you book late, you might find that car rental companies try to unload their excess wheel power as they have many to do that.
Hidden charges: beware of the hidden charges. Check for the add-ups with the deal. Add-ups could be insurance fees, licensing fees, sales taxes etc.
Fuel: Car rental companies are charging a full loaf when it comes to fueling the car. It is better to refuel it on your own before returning to the company, this will save your money.
Condition: Return the car in the same condition as it was at the time you rented. In case it has met any damage, get it corrected by you or ask the company to do this and pay extra amounts for that.
Others: What type of car you need. For what purpose you need the car- a business trip or family trip. Are you going to travel on your own or you need a driver? For how long you need a car? How much luggage you need to carry along? Do you need an infant seat or wheelchair facility?
You have to pay extra charges if you exceed the distance that was stipulated in the contract.