Car hire in Spain

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If you’re looking to hire a car on the Costa Blanca, there are several options available to you. Here are some steps you can follow to rent a car in Spain:

  1. Research: Start by researching car rental companies in Spain. Some well-known international car rental companies operate in Spain, such as Hertz, Avis, Europcar, and Budget. Additionally, there are local companies that offer car rental services.
  2. Compare prices: Once you have a list of rental companies, compare their prices, terms, and conditions. Consider factors like the type of car you need, rental duration, mileage limits, insurance coverage, and any additional fees or charges.
  3. Book in advance: It’s generally recommended to book your car rental in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons. This ensures availability and sometimes allows you to secure better rates.
  4. Required documents: When renting a car in Spain, you will typically need the following documents: a valid driver’s license (an international driving permit may also be required for non-EU licenses), a passport or national ID card, and a credit card for payment (NOT WITH CARONLINE)and security deposit purposes.
  5. Insurance: Review the insurance options provided by the rental company. Basic insurance coverage is usually included, but it’s advisable to consider additional coverage to reduce your liability in case of an accident or damage to the rental vehicle.
  6. Read the rental agreement: Before signing any contracts, carefully read the rental agreement, including the terms and conditions, cancellation policy, fuel policy, and any restrictions or additional charges.
  7. Pick-up and drop-off locations: Choose a convenient pick-up and drop-off location for your car rental. Major airports, train stations, and city centres usually have rental offices. Ensure that you understand the procedure for returning the vehicle.
  8. Driving regulations: Familiarize yourself with the driving regulations in Spain. For example, in Spain, you drive on the right side of the road, and the use of seat belts is mandatory. It’s also important to be aware of any specific local traffic rules.
  9. Inspect the car: When you pick up the rental car, thoroughly inspect it for any existing damage, and make sure the rental company documents any pre-existing issues on the rental agreement. Take photos if necessary.
  10. Fuel policy: Check the fuel policy of the rental company. Some companies provide a full tank of fuel and require you to return it with a full tank, while others may charge you for fuel in advance and allow you to return it empty.

Remember to drive responsibly and adhere to local traffic laws while enjoying your time in Spain.

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