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  • Car Hire In Italy



    What do you get when you combine the Indianapolis 500, a NASCAR stock car race, and a demolition derby? You get the driving conditions you can expect when you do a car hire in Italy. Once you get there, however, you will find that there is a method to the Italian traffic madness. Hire a car in Italy and join the fun, using these helpful suggestions from a native Italian driver.

    So you want to get a car hire in Italy? If you are not Italian, you may just be crazy. Have you actually driven in Italy? You know, the country where the drivers scare even Germans accustomed to driving 125 mph on the Autobahn ...


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  • Guide to Lake Iseo, Lombardy, Italy



    Lake Iseo, also called Lake Sebina, is the fourth largest lake in the Lombardy region of Italy. The lake was formed by the Valcamonica Glacier, and is 24 kilometres long and up to 5 kilometres wide. This width is not always obvious because of


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  • Guide to Trieste, North East Italy



    Trieste is an Adriatic coastal city in northeastern Italy, close to the border with Slovenia. The sea in the Gulf of Trieste is very clear and clean, with limestone cliffs and rocky beaches. The centre of the city has a mid-European charm that ...


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Car Hire Abroad Terms:
  • Car hire period - car rental companies charge for periods of 24 hours. Late returns can be subject to an additional charge, so also make sure you book a car with hours and dates within 24 hour units.
  • Taxicab - most common vehicle for hire around the world. Other vehicles for hire include limousines, rickshaws, auto rickshaws, velotaxis (pedicabs), horse-drawn carriages (including hackney carriages and caleches), and water taxis.
  • Taxicab - most common vehicle for hire around the world. Other vehicles for hire include limousines, rickshaws, auto rickshaws, velotaxis (pedicabs), horse-drawn carriages (including hackney carriages and caleches), and water taxis.
  • Medical Payments (MP) - insures against the cost of medical expenses for bodily injury sustained in an accident beyond any expenses that may be covered by Personal Injury Protection (PIP).
  • Airport Surcharge - car hire companies have to pay an airport an additional fee and this is sometimes passed on to the customer. Make sure this is included in a quote if applicable.

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