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1we hire out self-drive cars — alquilamos coches sin chófer Spain
- He is trundling around the nation's roads in one of his two self-drive ministerial cars.
- A self-drive vehicle gives you the chance to explore forests, obscure coasts and city suburbs.
- Paying double for two men and a large van, rather than hiring a small self-drive van, meant the difference between three hours of efficiency and a whole day of agony.
- If the idea of piloting your own self-drive car is irresistible, there are a few tips.
- Some categories of boats are full, such as yachts, sailing dinghies and self-drive motor boats.
- The application as approved will introduce more self-drive hire boats on to the river for use by inexperienced, casual tourists.
- This means that, despite a huge tourist industry, India has almost no facilities for self-drive car hire.
- Packages include return flights, self-drive car hire, and accommodation on a B & B basis but the company can also help you create your own itinerary.
- By 1930 it had expanded into car hire - either self-drive or driven.
- If chauffeur-driven cars were the norm earlier, now car-rental firms are offering clients an option to self-drive an array of Indian and foreign vehicles.
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