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In the US these are typically known as driveaway services. Many allow for any licensed driver to participate, but some hire drivers and are not open for public participation. A typical example of such a service requires that drivers deposit a small bond (security deposit) and, for foreign drivers, bring a copy of their driving record from their home ...


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There are a few. Each will come with their own terms and conditions, so check carefully (eg do you have to pay for some or all of the fuel, what about insurance, etc): $1 relocations with VroomVroom Standbycars with imoova and if you want an RV: RV Relocations


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In my experience when rental car companies rent you anything that you might want to add to a car (extended roofrack, car seat, etc) the price per day is a large fraction of the total price of the item. For example $20/day for something that costs $35. I suppose this is to cover all the paperwork and hassle of making sure you return the item with the car, ...


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There is plenty to see and do without a car in Chiang Mai, plus parking can be an problem especially if you are staying in the central parts of town. If you are simply spending a couple of days exploring town and the immediate surroundings, I would not advise renting a car. If you have a more time and want to head out for a few days to explore more of ...


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Yes you can. Because a Canadian license permits you to drive manual transmission cars back home, it's taken as permission to drive one abroad. Since there isn't a specific 'manual transmission' license there is no other approach that could be taken. I have rented manual cars in Britain many times on an Ontario license.


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You read correctly. A UK driving license differentiates between automatic and manual, and those with automatic licenses are not allowed to drive manuals. I'm not sure about the conditions of Canadian licenses in the UK, however if you acquire an international driving permit then this distinction doesn't apply no matter which country you are from. Also ...


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I think that it's not possible to rent a car at the airport and drop it in Dobrich because only SIXT and AVIS offer car rentals at the airport but none of them has office in Dobrich. IMHO your only chance is a taxi or private transfer. There is a Bulgarian company that offers transfers from Constanta Airport to some Bulgarian Black Sea resorts - I assume ...


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Instead of renting a car (which will be very expensive) you can take a bus. Take a look here for the bus schedules: http://www.autogari.ro/Transport/Constanta-VarnaBG?lang=en If the page doesn't show in English, then select English from the dropdown at the top of the page. Enjoy! Varna is awesome.


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Renting a car from one country and dropping it off in another is generally allowed by major companies such as Europcar, Sixt, etc. From Europcar's FAQ page: "If you want to return the vehicle to different station from the station where you start your rental, [...] Domestic one ways are generally possible inside the same country between all stations, ...


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My experience in the USA is that you can usually collect a car early, but there is no guarantee of this - if you want to be sure best call. It's also worth pointing out that your hire will start from when you collect the car, even if this is before the time you booked. So a car collected at 10am is due back at 10am. They are very strict about late returns. ...



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