Visiting Lebanon brings joy to the hearts of those who kept dreaming of coming back since they left the country. Yet, no one argues that the public transportation system in Lebanon needs a lot of updates with the absence of trains and the mess of the busses. Thus, renting a car for vacations or special occasions became a must. N.N. Rent a Car offers the guide to a cheap – but effective - car rental:
Before you rush and pay the money, make sure you know your agency. Ask for the services it offers, prices, packages and facilities. Check if these services are TRUE and worth your money. What makes N.N. Rent a Car the best in town is the great prices and a wide selection of services they offer: latest fully insured modern cars, 24 hours assistance, navigation, tours and much more.
Nature in Lebanon varies from one area to another; if your trips are in the mountains, 4x4’s and SUV’s are recommended. If you plan to move a lot in the city, a small car is the best for its fuel efficiency and parking easiness. 7-seaters and wagons are the best for big families with lots of stuff to carry. Check N.N. Rent a Car’s special 7-seater offers.
A cheap car rental may be a good catch and can save you some money. However, it’s good to check what the offer includes; some agencies offer you a very cheap car rental and exclude insurance and other services. It’s your right to ask. Choose wisely!
It’s a relief to know that someone got your back in case things went wrong, but it’s good to know how they will get your back. Ask for details about the insurance, what’s included in the coverage and what type of insurance they offer. Details like offering another car in case of accidents are very important. You don’t want to waste a couple of days because the car you rented is broken and you can’t find another.
Check the vehicle for bodywork damage; look for small damages and scratches and make sure everything is enlisted on the pre-rental inspection papers in order not to be charged for the others’ faults. Check the tyres and fluids to avoid breakdowns during trips.
Don’t forget that your life and the lives of others, including your family, depend on your driving skills; abide by the laws and rules to stay, and keep everyone, safe. Remember, someone gave you his car, take care of it and treat it as you treat your own car.