Rent a Car and go. Summer is approaching, and we all want to go on Vacation.
You could save money by driving instead of taking a fly, and it could be an Adventure enjoying the beautiful landscapes on your way.
Kicking open road is a journey that could be liberating and eye-opening.
Tips for your Road Trip
Even if you already have a car, renting one can give you some additional space or more considerable mileage than your vehicle offers. Rental car businesses do keep vehicles in their fleet in excellent condition, which is another plus if you’re at all concerned that yours might not be up to a long distance.
Book as far ahead as possible to get a better rate.
Think ahead f you want to buy insurance coverage or if you want to use yours, you could pass it on the rental company’s collision accident waiver because your policy is likely to cover rental cars. You might also be able to decline the rejection if paying for the rental with a credit card that offers primary coverage.
Miles and Geography
Most rental cars come with unlimited miles. It’s not always the case. There can also be some strict geographic limitations on where you can drive a rental, particularly at some small companies. Do your homework to avoid extra fees. It’s always a good idea to disclose your route to avoid any possible problems.
Save on Gas
Saving a few cents off the price of a gallon of gas can be notable savings over the way of a road trip, seeking for a deal can be tricky. Wandering too far off the beaten way can cut out the intention of trying to get more affordable fuel, but stepping into the first gas station off the highway might mean missing out on a better option right around the corner. Never worry, there are apps to assist you in finding the lowest cost gas no matter where you are.
Check Weather Condition
Before beginning out on a trip, check the road conditions ahead. Weather effects cause more than one million collisions every year on average in the United States and end in approximately 6,000 deaths and millions of injuries, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. Storms, snow, ice, heavy rain, hail, dense fog, and severe crosswinds can cause hazardous road conditions.
Depending on where you are traveling, toll roads can add a tally to your travel expenses. Research for the most convenient way for you, could be a rental car with a transponder or consider purchasing a toll pass before your trip.
We have been Serving Houstonians since 1998. Call us if you’re in the Houston, Texas area and need a rental vehicle.
Monday – Friday 8:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 2:00pm
Elite Rent a Car
Houston-Westchase: 2535 Blue Willow Dr, Houston, TX 77042
Main Phone Number: 281-727-0338
Westchase Phone Number: 713-227-3777
Book your car rental today!