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Holiday Driving With Budget Rent A Car

In a few weeks, South Africans will be celebrating the festive season. Many people have already planned their holiday activities with family and friends. While most holiday travel tips focus on beautiful places to see, navigating the airports and special deals on various items — the reality is that a majority of travellers are moving around by car and nothing is more important than ensuring that everyone reaches their destination safe, in comfort and happy with their travelling experience.

With branches conveniently located countrywide for easy access, Budget Rent a Car also has a wide range of vehicles to choose from.  For comfort, space and the thrill of a fun drive, Budget Rent a Car offers customers the VW Polo TSI, which is now in its own dedicated Group, the Group B+.

Why not arrive in style with the Ford Figo 1.5 Ambiente with an interior design that boasts new styling and reflects attention to detail with quality craftsmanship on the Group B vehicle option.

For road trips with extended family and friends, a bigger and spacious vehicle is needed, therefore Budget Rent a Car recently introduced the VW T6 Kombi Tdi 2.0 DSG to the Group N offering, a perfect vehicle to accommodate more people with a boot capacity of 1208 litres for everyone’s luggage to be safely stored.

With fuel efficiency and budget in mind, the Kia Picanto 1.0 Street is a great option and has also been introduced to Budget’s Group A vehicle offering.

“There are many things to consider when selecting a car for the perfect occasion and we at Budget Rent a Car are more than willing to assist our customers with making informed and wise decisions when renting a car, keeping shared experiences and safe travels at heart,” said Rainer Gottschick, Chief Executive, Avis Rent a Car southern Africa.

Book early to avoid disappointments and don’t miss out on driving the perfect car for every occasion this festive season.

Source & Image: Budget Rent a Car

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