Self Driven Cars: Unfold the Joy of Self Driving Car
If you’re not aware about cars that drive themselves, then it’s the right time to know about self driven cars. It is no longer difficult to imagine a planet of self driven cars. Engineers around the world have been perfecting the automobile technology to provide people the most unique and automated car experience.
With the self driven cars, you can enjoy freedom like never before. Available on long and short term rentals, there are companies that provide self driven cars to meet the specific needs of the customers. In fact, a self driven car comes as a best choice for corporate sectors these days.
Intensive preventative maintenance, newer varieties of car, pick up and drop facility, collision waiver options call for a hassle free and confident free renting with the most experienced car rental providers in the market. Some of the most available cars on Self Drive in India include Mercedes Benz E Class, Toyota Camry, Honda CRV, Toyota Corolla, Suzuki Swift etc.
If you’re looking for self driven car rental in India, then you need to know that the cost of the fuel has to be borne by the renter himself or herself. The self driven car will be supplied with full tank of diesel or petrol and has to be returned back to the car rental agency with full tank. Customers should return the car to it the original rental site or location.
When you’re renting a self driven car, you need to know about the pick up and drop charges. Generally, the charges tend to vary from one city to another. There is an age limit for the customer to rent a self driven car. For some car rental companies, the customer age should be minimum 25 years or so. Not only this, he or she must posses a valid license for driving at least two yeas without endorsement.
Foreigners looking to rent self driven cars in India must possess a valid international driving license. Customers are also asked to carry their valid identification documents like a passport. Usually a refundable deposit is applicable for all the cars. This deposit can be forfeited in case of any damage, theft of accessories, accident or scratch to the car. You must enquire about the deposit amount as it varies from car to another.
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