I used to love cars, but since I’ve moved to the US, I’ve stopped caring.
My love for cars is so strong that it’s easy to forget that there are cars in this country I’d never drive.
But as I found out, I could still enjoy cars.
And not just the ones I want to drive.
And in a country that’s increasingly becoming a car-first economy, there’s still something to be said for a car rental that doesn’t include all the things you want to see in a rental.
I’m here to share my tips for finding great car rental options in Europe, and in particular in Germany, which is the country I moved to last year.
If you want a good deal on your car rental in Europe or a car you might want to visit, this guide is the place to start.
Find out what kind of car you want.
In the US and most of Europe, you’re limited to a limited number of cars to choose from, and there’s a wide variety of vehicles available for rental, from compact sedans to luxury coupes.
And even if you’re not interested in a particular model, you can find cars from other models or brands in the US or in Europe for around the same price.
But in Germany you can get a lot more from a rental than you can in the States.
You can rent cars from a variety of companies and different models, and you can also rent them from the German National Registry, which gives you a list of the cars that are currently registered in the country.
And you can rent them for a relatively small deposit (usually €50 or less), and if you live in the Berlin region, you’ll get a car for free (usually around €40).
If you’re renting a car from a German company, you should check that they’re registered with the German authorities.
Most of the rental companies I looked at had an official registration number.
If not, it might be a good idea to call ahead and check that the company’s number is valid in your country.
The rental company you pick can also determine if you’ll receive a refund on your deposit.
Look out for car tags.
The German National Driver Registry gives you an overview of your car’s safety record and whether the vehicle is compliant with German safety standards.
It also offers you the option to request a vehicle inspection.
When you arrive, the driver will inspect the car, ask you questions about the vehicle and its insurance and maintenance, and then send you an email or call.
It’s a good way to find out if your car is up to scratch.
Check your insurance coverage.
If the rental company asks you to pay extra to cover your car insurance costs, it’s a decent idea to check the insurance claim history.
This is the history of the car that you’re driving, so you can see if you were involved in an accident and if it has any deductible.
You also want to check that you have a copy of the liability insurance policy for the vehicle you’re considering renting, which usually includes coverage for injuries or property damage.
If your rental company doesn’t offer coverage, or you’re getting a car without coverage, you could be paying more than the car is worth.
Look for the price.
If a rental company offers a low price and the rental car is used, you might be surprised to learn that the rental price doesn’t reflect the value of the used car.
If, for example, you want something a bit cheaper than a used car, check the seller’s website to see if it’s available for a rental price.
Also check for the quality of the paint and the quality wheel and tire used, because these are important factors in determining if a car is suitable for you.
A good car rental company will pay the car’s price in euros, but you’ll have to pay the actual rental price if you want the car to come with any extras, such as a heated or electric stove, extra wheels or tires, or a satellite radio or Wi-Fi signal.
In some cases, the car rental will even include a discount on gas or electricity if you use the car for a few days and then return it.
You might be better off using the car in its original condition.
Find a parking spot.
Parking is a big part of what makes a good car or rental deal, and often the biggest factor in determining the price you’ll pay.
If there’s no parking available, you have the option of going to the nearest public or private lot or garage, or simply renting a space from an experienced car rental agency.
I’ve rented a car a few times from a car hire agency and they always made me feel like they cared about the quality and safety of my car and the people who worked there.
I recommend you check out any available space for car rental before you get started