Canadian Trip

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Flights, Currency & Car Hire
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jimbob91jimbob91 Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Flights, Currency & Car Hire
Am going on a trip to Canada to see new relatives. ANy advice on car hire as i cann't hire in this country as I have no idea when I will need one as I am being collected from the Airport, won't need one for the first week, but might for some of the next two weeks.


  • Swinstie73Swinstie73 Forumite
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    Hi jimbob91,

    I booked my holiday to Canada through Canadian Affair, not hiring a car as sister picking us up etc., but Canadian Affair do car-hire, motorvan hire etc., you could have a look at their website and maybe get an idea of some prices.

    Sorry can't be of more help.
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  • scottishminniescottishminnie Forumite
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    Canadian Affair tend to do the best prices for car hire for UK residents. If you haven't booked your flights with them they levy a £25 surcharge on top of the rental price however it still works out cheaper in most cases.

    Where will you be staying with your relatives - is it close to one of the major cities? Do you have any idea of the dates you may wish a car?
    It is definitely better and cheaper to prebook your car hire rather than take a chance when you arrive.
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