Phileas French

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Phileas French

Phileas French

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The Car Rental Headache Solved

Pretty much anyone needs to think about car hire on their global journeys at some point. Most of us retain traumatic childhood memories of sitting in a dingy car rental waiting room at an airport in the small hours, playing with the vending machines and waiting for the endless process of vehicle selection and haggling to just...end.

That's why I've been getting excited about the lovely people at carrentals.co.uk.

It's a car hire comparison search engine which has been running for almost a decade now. Obviously its big sell is delivering the most competitive car hire prices on the market. However, it also has a genuinely international reach, a very user-friendly site and has recently launched iPhone and Android applications. We have been very pleased with the service we have received for our car hire in Sardinia, and there is a refreshing emphasis on customer service.
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