5 Ways To Take Good Care Of Your Rented Car2 min read
When you own a vehicle, it is a must that you take good care of it. Same goes with going for a Dubai exotic car rental. You need to ensure that you would return the vehicle in one piece and the same as the moment you drive it out of the dealership.
If you are looking for a Rolls Royce rental in Dubai for your upcoming trip or event, here are some pointers on how you are going to take good care of it while it is still in your possession:
- Check for damage
One of the things that you need to do when you are renting a vehicle is to have a thorough inspections of the car before you take it for a spin. You need take note of the current condition of the vehicle so you can be sure that you are not paying for damages that you did not incur or cause. List down your findings and if possible, take a photo of the vehicle.
- Drive safely
Driving a shiny model is definitely exciting, that you want to step on the gas pedal and take it to the hills. But you need to keep in mind that it is not your vehicle. You need to be more careful when you are driving a vehicle that is not yours. The car dealership would definitely list down that wear and tear and overcharge you for it. So, for your sake, try to take it easy when you are behind the wheel of a rented vehicle.
- Be mindful of the loading capacity
At times, we are not aware about the loading capacity of the vehicle and try to load as much things as you can. It is not much about the space, but on the weight of things that you are loading. Overloading can affect the performance of your vehicle and also lead to flat tires. Try to go easy on loading things or letting extra passengers inside your rented vehicle.
- Keep it clean
As mentioned, car dealerships are keeping tallies, including the tiniest stain. Be sure to return the car spotless, from inside and out to avoid additional charges. You may want to get it cleaned first before returning it to the car rental shop.
- Fill it with gas
Filling the vehicle with gas is not just to avoid the charges but to make sure that the engine’s vehicle will not run dry.