Book your Christmas Car Hire early to avoid high prices or even no availability!

IT’S never too early to plan the perfect Christmas. The reasons are countless taking into consideration the many details you need to take care of in a dynamic season when prices tend to blow up.

Christmas is one of the busiest times of the year when many expats, not only from Spain, but also from Cyprus, France or Portugal, are planning precious moments with the family and friends.

As many of you will return to the UK, and want to rent a car, we need to remember that car hire services are caught up too, in the hustle and bustle of the holidays.

Indigo Car Hire, A British Company specialising in UK car rental, which has been servicing expats in Spain for the past 12 years, provides a few tips for saving money on Christmas Car Hire:

Keep in mind the three main reasons why car hire prices change: availability, seasonality and the proximity to the start of the rental date.

The proximity to the start of the rental date is probably one of the most important tips. If you leave this for the last minute not only you may get highly increased prices but you might have the unpleasant surprise of no availability.

Another great tip from the Car Hire Experts is to look for alternative car hire venues rather than the big airports. Hiring a car from such a location, can make a huge saving on the cost of the car hire

Matt Carter, Reservations Manager at Indigo Car Hire adds his view: “The most important advice we can give those who wish to hire a car during the festive period is to 'Book Early'. Not only do we have some fantastic festive deals for you but it means you will not be left without a vehicle at a time when you may need it most

“Christmas Car Hire deals are right here at Indigo Car Hire, offering you a wide range of services and facilities:
Christmas Car Hire with a Debit Card, Christmas Car Hire for Young and Senior Drivers, Low Deposit Christmas Car Hire, are just a few deals specifically tailored to all of your needs by Indigo Car Hire.

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