Archive for November, 2013

Does Location Matter with Hawaii Car Rentals?

Sunday, November 24, 2013@ 7:09 AM
Author: Steve Parquet

hawaiian-islands-map-sSome people are not the least bit picky when they are renting a car. They just need four tires, an engine and a roof, and they are good to go, no matter where they rent from. You, however, are more selective, and this is a very good thing. After all, anticipation of your Hawaii vacation has been building up for some time, and you want it to be everything you have dreamed it would be – car rental included. So options do matter for you when selecting a rental car, and particularly if your rental will be covering more than just you. More importantly, you have an interest in knowing just where you can rent a car, depending on where you land and where you plan to stay. Check out what Hawaii car rental locations are available to you regardless of where you stay.

Carrying a Load

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Some rental agencies in Hawaii charge an inordinate amount of fees for everything possible with a car rental. However, other places factor in other things to help lower the costs of rentals for renters, and underage drivers who are between the ages of 21 and 24 in particular. The surcharge fees that these underage drivers can accumulate can become exorbitant. Fortunately, some rental car agencies waive or reduce these fees for underage drivers, often eating the costs that the state charges for them to operate.

Reducing Fees for Renters

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The Importance of Learning About Additional Driver Fees

Sunday, November 24, 2013@ 7:05 AM
Author: Steve Parquet

Will more than one driver be taking the wheel of your Hawaii vehicle rental? Even if that is not the case, there are fees for additional drivers that apply. They are blanketed across all major carriers and through all the major rental agencies, though each agency does handle these fees in a somewhat different or unique way. Here is why you need to understand these Hawaii additional driver fees and what you can do to have them waived.

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Securing Larger Rentals in Hawaii

Sunday, November 24, 2013@ 7:03 AM
Author: Steve Parquet

chevy-suburbanAre you planning a Hawaii trip that involves more than just you and a friend? If more than six people are part of the trip, or if friends will be staying near you and you hope to stick together for the duration of the trip, consider 8 passenger SUV rentals in Hawaii. Lots of dealerships on the island are authorized to rent out these larger-capacity vehicles, which are just as ideal for the full eight passengers as they are for a family of four who will have gear with them and want to shop. With an SUV, so much more fits into the space, and the costs are not much more than for a regular sedan or car.

The SUV Difference

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Important Things to Know About Hana Maui Airport in Hawaii

Wednesday, November 6, 2013@ 7:51 AM
Author: Steve Parquet

images1Airports can get crazy when you do not know where you are going or how things work. Thus, if you happen to be traveling to Maui or Hawaii anytime soon, understanding the airport helps acclimate you to your new surroundings and generally can ease your trip. Follow these steps, and your trip to Hawaii through Hana Maui Airport will be a breeze.

Pack Well

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imagesIf your job requires you to travel to Hawaii frequently for work, it may be time to consider a frequent car renter customer loyalty program. Even if your work will take you to Hawaii just a few times a year, it could save you a bundle in charges, taxes, fees, and general rental rates. It follows the idea of buying more and getting more savings in return. Loyal customers that take care of their rental vehicles are rewarded for it the next time they rent. So join a program and take greater advantage of the benefits you could receive from it.

Why Join a Program?

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Ways to Save Money on Your Hawaii Car Rental

Wednesday, November 6, 2013@ 7:46 AM
Author: Steve Parquet

coupon-200x81Hawaii is expensive. There is no getting around it. Your villa, hotel or home rental probably takes up the bulk of your trip to this gorgeous island, and you undoubtedly will pay to do fun things and buy fun souvenirs during your visit. The last thing you want to do is overpay for a car rental service. Fortunately, there are ways of getting around paying too much to rent a vehicle on the island.

The Long and Short of It

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premiumIt would be crazy to think that a renter could not make any sort of changes to their rental agreement once they have signed up to rent a vehicle on the beautiful island of Hawaii. After all, the state is a major tourist destination, so rental agencies are perfectly aware that peoples’ plans change during their vacations and that a car that was necessary originally must now be a truck or a sport utility vehicle. Therefore, these agencies are becoming increasingly more reliable about helping people find, review, change or cancel their Hawaii car rental reservations.

Finding and Reviewing

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