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The importance of Booking your Christmas Car Hire Early

As Santa prepares his sleigh for the annual journey, many holiday-goers are looking for a hire vehicle of their own this Christmas. But just like getting the extended family together, buying presents for those you love, and organising a Christmas getaway, your airport car hire needs to be organised early. Booking early not only means you get the vehicle you want for the right dates, but may also save you a lot of time and money.

During the summer holiday period, vehicle rental prices can increase dramatically (due to the high demand and increased staffing costs), with last minute booking costing hundreds per day. Booking early means you get a cheaper car hire rate – as well as getting the right dates booked for your trip. Airport car hire is extremely popular in the Christmas period, and it is recommended to book at least a month in advance to ensure you get the vehicle and rate you want.

Another thing to remember during the Christmas season is holiday traffic. You may no longer have to stress about booking in a rental vehicle, but what about when you drive out of the airport? While it may be tempting to get angry at other cars and people, it is important to concentrate on an enjoyable and safe trip. So slow down, relax, and make it to your destination happy and safe.

Looking for reliable, affordable airport car rental in Australia? Look no further than Redspot Car Rentals. We are the proud Australian underdog, and we have a wide range of vehicles with affordable rates to suit those heading away for the holiday season whether it be to see relatives, to get away from the Christmas chaos or even for a business trip!

Get in touch with us by calling 1300 668 810 to organise your Christmas car rental today, or book online.

published November 13, 2013

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