Avis offers Eastern European discount


Avis is offering reduced car rental rates to all those who are looking to hire a vehicle when vacationing in Central and Eastern Europe.

Those, who plan on visiting Poland, Hungary, Croatia or Bulgaria, as well as a handful of other countries in the region, will be able to enjoy a 15% discount in their car rental, provided that they book their vehicle for a period of three consecutive days. The promotional is not only valid until the end of the current month, but is also offered in September, once the peak tourist season begins to subside.

In order to take advantage of the discount, however, clients must be sure to arrange their rental no later than September 28th, 2008 and in most cases, a pre-payment will be required. All bookings should also be made through Avis’ UK website (http://www.avis.co.uk/). All prices listed on the Avis site are fully inclusive of unlimited mileage, airport charges, taxes, as well as theft and damage cover.

Some of the least expensive rental are actually offered in Slovenia, the only Eastern European country to have adopted the euro. Vehicles start at just €16 per day, for those who rent for a period of one week. Those traveling to Estonia will also get to enjoy a bargain, with rental available from €21, while visitors to Croatia can expect to pay €23, or €27 in Hungary. While these fees are fully inclusive, renters have the option of purchasing extras insurance on all vehicles. (carrentals.co.uk)


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