scooby wrote:...I used Easirent last time through a broker and it was 1,500 quid! I didn't realise I had booked with that firm as you can usually find it to be around the 700 mark...
Kilkis wrote:Green motion Terms and Conditions are pretty clear and written in plain English. Everything relevant is in the first paragraph. I've found them to be good on price.
Kilkis wrote:I've rented from Green Motion at Gatwick many, many times and never been asked for my boarding pass. There again I have a Greek driving licence. Not sure if that makes a difference
Andrew, I will direct you to two firms at least who mention only cc and licence when I have time. Even Green motion who have bank statement or utility bill have never asked and they are the firm I use 80% of the time. Also two forms like this is a rare occurrence and usually if you don't use a credit card. Don't despair too much.YoMo2 wrote:Scooby, I would have said the same as you. If you are showing a credit card, presumably they can check the limit/balance, how does it help them to go through all the address rigmarole. And I must correct you. Having now trawled through T&Cs for about a dozen companies, there is not one that will rent you a car based on licence and credit card only.
Presumably the address thing is if you do sell off the car, or hand it off to a mate, they can come looking for you. I dunno, I just want to rent a car. Why does it have to be so difficult?
So we have car rental firms obsessed with paper proofs of residence, and everyone else trying to convince us that we should get our statements and bills electronically, to save trees. Once we've all gone totally digital, presumably we wont be able to rent cars anymore......
I'll probably just get the train into London and spend the day sighseeing on foot. Am I allowed to do that?
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