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text 2018-12-01 09:58
7 practical tips for traveling the world

I continue the topic of tourist advice. Past tips (travel tips and travel tips in this article) were very useful for blog readers, so it's time for new ones. These "chips" are insignificant at first glance, but this is only at first glance. Experienced travelers know that these tips save a lot of time and money, and make your vacation more comfortable.

 

1) At airports, while passing through a search for a flight, get in line for businessmen. So you get on the plane much faster. Businessmen have a much higher level of self-organization, and they almost always have fewer things. Most of all you will wait if you stand in line for families or retirees.

 

2) Find out what type of aircraft you have. Different models of aircraft have different levels of comfort. For example, the small Boeing has no Wi-Fi, the legroom is very small, the seats are uncomfortable, there are no TV panels mounted in the seat backs. In general, before buying tickets, look not only at the price but also at the level of comfort. 

 

3) If you are going to live in hotels must check online booking and car hire service you can get rooms at half price using the services of Priceline or Hotwire, just by making a bet on a number slightly higher than the previous one in a few minutes after the end of the auction. This is a kind of auction of numbers, who made a bit higher, then gets it.

 

4) Ask for upgraded rooms. Some hotels offer rooms for the same price, but a class higher, if you just ask for it. When a hotel has available rooms, in order to gain the trust and respect of its visitors, its administration can provide the best apartments.

 

5) If you are traveling with friends, you can book a suite. Dividing the cost of apartments at all, it turns out the same room rate if you lived separately in a regular room. Good options for suites can look at all on the same Hotwire and Priceline.

 

6) Stay longer than a week? Rent an apartment or house! It is often cheaper and more convenient to rent an apartment or house on the Airbnb service than to book hotel rooms.

 

7) Go to the supermarket and buy a meal. The cost of dinner at a restaurant is quite high, but to go to a local supermarket and then cook something for yourself is a great way to save a large amount of money.

 

In combination with the knowledge of the articles “Initial Travel Tips” and “ How to travel if there is no money ” you can not only reduce your expenses but also make your vacation more comfortable. Use these tips and travel. All the best!

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text 2018-07-15 12:31
What to do When Puncture a Rental Car

If you get a hole in your car, it may be a bit of a nightmare and an expensive one, so what about a hire car if you are the unlucky person who gets a puncture? The simple answer is that you are responsible for the cost of a repair/replacement even if you want to return the car to the end of your vacation.


What if I get a strike during my rent?


If you get a leak in a car rental Dubai, it is likely that it will be during your trip and whatever it will be, you will still want to repair or replace so you can continue your journey. You need the car to check a spare wheel, but many modern manufacturers and no models wear more savings than a repair kit (foam sprayer / electric pump) designed to get you to a tire repair center for replacement. If you do not use the self-employed, we recommend that you call the employee agent for assistance. If you are sure to use the kit, you can do it and your way to the nearest tire repair center.

 

If you have a puncture (nail/screw / foreign body in the tire), if it is, it can be repaired rather than replaced. A repair center would recommend that a repair is possible, which is likely to be significantly cheaper than a replacement. However, if you need to replace the tires, it must be by the tenant's terms and conditions, or you can pay twice. The band must be the same brand/specification as the other tires on the car, and as our car hire new manufacturers and models, they will be equipped with the premium manufacturer's tire probably significantly more food than a budget tire needs to be replaced. Do not cut corners here by adjusting a budget path, as the tenant is likely to charge you for a replacement for the right tire. Keep the tire receipt/invoice if you need to create it for the lease.


Low tire pressure in a rental car


Modern cars are now regularly fitted with tire sensors that warn the driver to cause a change in tire pressure, which often indicates a puncture. However, the systems are not proven stupid, and it is not uncommon for the warning light to arise if there is no meaning. If you turn on the light shield, we recommend stopping when it is safe to do it and testing all tires for obvious damage/deflation, but if everything looks good, it will be safe to continue your journey. To the nearest fire station/tire repair center, where you can test and breathe pressure if necessary.

If this is not obvious, you have a puncture, but tire pressure is low (you should search the recommended tire pressure on the inside of the driver's soap). If you blow the tape again, it can solve your problem without the need for a costly recovery. / replacement. The tire pressure will change in significant temperature changes. For example, if you have a long-haul on highway driving (especially in the summer), the tire temperature will rise dramatically, which could lead to an increase in tire pressure of up to 5 psi that can activate warning light. Keep in mind that the system feels a change in tire pressure, not just a drop.


Car Rental Surplus Insurance - Tires


Most third-party car rental insurance covers the cost of damage/replacement of the tires, but it is worth checking the small print to ensure that this product is covered specifically.

Source: rentalcarsuae.com
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