Euro-Leasing vs Car Hire
If you have decided to head over to Europe for a self-drive holiday, the question remains to long-term hire or to lease your vehicle with Euro-Leasing. Here are a few differences between the two that may help in deciding.
Essentially, car hire and car leasing are very similar. The main difference being, that Euro-Leasing has been set up to cater for those who wish to have a car for a longer period, with great rates and inclusions as a bonus.
- Leasing is designed for travel who need a vehicle for a longer period of time with rates that work out better value than a long rental.
- You can select your preferred brand new Renault, Peugeot, Citroën or DS model.
- When booking a lease you can choose the exact model of car that you will get, including fuel type, transmission, accessories and more.
- Customers are unable to lease a Euro-Leasing if travelling for business purposes, they are exclusively for holiday renters.
- Leased cars can be driven into a great number of countries, including most of Eastern Europe.
- The duration of a lease must be a minimum of 21 days and can be up to 175 days.
- There are 25+ depots across Europe for collection and return however collection and return outside of France will incur a fee.
- The duration of a car hire usually has a minimum of 3 days however plenty of suppliers will allow a rental for as little as 1 day.
- Rentals only need to be confirmed a few days before collection.
- Confirm the car category and transmission prior to picking up your hire car.
- There are no rules in regards to your visit. If you are on a trip for business or leisure there are no restrictions to you hiring a vehicle.
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