Hertz has recently developed a quiz that helps drivers determine what kind of driver they are and therefore what vehicle they should be renting.
The “Gas” Traveler is supposedly aggressive, exciting and adventurous while the “Brake” Traveler is said to be conservative and more of a planner.
What type of driver are you?
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CampAboutOZ has jumped on board the Transfercar ship, now listing their great range of cars, vans, campervans, motorhomes, 4WDs and yes even motorcycles!
With an amazing range of vehicles available, and locations in Perth, Broome and Darwin, CampAboutOZ is a valued addition to our growing number of partners.
Call +01 8 94772121 or visit their website http://www.campaboutoz.com.au/ to check out their great deals!
Great to have you with us...Read More
Recently, Transfercar had the pleasure of partnering up with Randall and his team at Road Runner Rentals in Christchurch, who offer quality, easy to drive campervans and motorhomes for local and international travellers in New Zealand.
I’m often on the phone with Randall, discussing new deals and relocation options for travellers and find the Roadrunner crew to be a really friendly and accommodating bunch who will always do that little bit extra for their...Read More
On the wake of the massive earthquake that hit Christchurch in recent weeks, many families and companies were forced to evacuate and abandon their premises, unable to return indefinitely. As business ground to a halt, accommodation has become a big issue as hotels and backpackers etc were also forced to close their doors.
One of Transfercar’s valued partners, Spaceships Rental Campervans, were one of the unfortunate rental companies to be hit hard and have now relocated to a new depot that they call...Read More
Often we are asked about the fuel consumption of many of our relocation cars and campervans listed on Transfercar.
So I did a little bit of research and put together a quick guide on the average fuel use of commonly listed vehicles. This is not exact data but is an estimate only and will vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle and how you drive it (I’ll write about this...Read More
For all our new or prospective relocation drivers, here’s a little bit of info on how to request a standby car or campervan on transfercar .co.nz and transfercar.com.au.
Step 1: Register as a driver.
Remember to sign up for email alerts for specific routes you are looking for or just to hear what new vehicles are being listed daily.
Step 2: Log in to transfercar.com.au or transfercar.co.nz and look for the relocation car or campervan that suits your destination.
Be aware that the dates specified are the...Read More