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by Indigo Ann-Marie
12 May 2016, 16:33
Forum: Identification
Topic: Travelling to the US on a UK passport?
Replies: 0
Views: 1873

Travelling to the US on a UK passport?

Planning on planned a holiday to the US this year and have a UK license? As of the 1st April 2016, if your UK passport was issued before 2006, then you may just want to double check that it is a new biometric passport. This basically means that on the same page as your photo or on the back, a chip w...
by Indigo Ann-Marie
24 Feb 2016, 17:16
Forum: Fines and Convictions
Topic: Car hire with IN10 in UK Locations
Replies: 2
Views: 4428

Re: Car hire with IN10 in UK Locations

We have now extended the below to all major UK airports, again this isn't available on our website so if you do have an IN10 conviction that is less than 5 years old, providing there is nothing else on your license and you haven't received a ban, then we can still help!
by Indigo Ann-Marie
24 Feb 2016, 17:14
Forum: Identification
Topic: Expired license?
Replies: 0
Views: 2189

Expired license?

Since the new rules in regards to the paper part of a UK license have come into place back in June 2015, many customers have had problems when it comes to having an expired photo card license. If you did have an expired license then before you were able to use your paper part of your license to show...
by Indigo Ann-Marie
24 Feb 2016, 17:08
Forum: Europe
Topic: Returning in the early hours to East Midlands?
Replies: 0
Views: 2515

Returning in the early hours to East Midlands?

Have an early flight and need to return a vehicle before office opening hours? The large majority of suppliers at East Midlands don't open until 6/6.30am most days, so if you have a flight around this time and need to return earlier than this then it can sometimes prove tricky, as not all suppliers ...
by Indigo Ann-Marie
18 Feb 2016, 13:31
Forum: Age Restrictions
Topic: Believe it or not....
Replies: 0
Views: 2945

Believe it or not....

Believe it or not, but we have had a few enquires from potential customers, confused about how old they actually are... Just to clarify, your age goes by the day you were actually born, so if for example you were born on the 3rd May 1994, and looking to hire in March 2016, you would still be classed...
by Indigo Ann-Marie
11 Feb 2016, 16:31
Forum: Payment Methods
Topic: Car Hire in Dublin with an Electron Card?
Replies: 0
Views: 2738

Car Hire in Dublin with an Electron Card?

Good news! We now have a supplier based at Dublin Airport who are able to take a Visa Electron (Linked to a bank account) card, a prepaid card and Third Party Payments as well! The Visa Electron has been very tricky to find a supplier to take as on most suppliers systems this doesn't recognise as a ...
by Indigo Ann-Marie
11 Feb 2016, 14:21
Forum: GreenMotion
Topic: Deposit Changes
Replies: 0
Views: 2612

Deposit Changes

As of the beginning of this year, 2016, Green Motion at all of their UK locations have now changed how much deposit they hold on arrival as security against vehicles. On standard cars such as Mini, Economy, Compact, Intermediate and up to 7 seat vehicles. For 8 and 9 seat vehicles the deposit has no...
by Indigo Ann-Marie
11 Feb 2016, 14:01
Forum: Payment Methods
Topic: Union Pay Cards
Replies: 0
Views: 1320

Union Pay Cards

Union Pay cards have only recently come into the limelight as an alternative to a Visa, MasterCard or American Express card. In the UK none of the usual suppliers such as Avis, Europcar etc.. are able to take these cards as they are classed as prepaid / preloaded cards, like a V Pay card, and simply...
by Indigo Ann-Marie
07 Mar 2015, 17:23
Forum: North America
Topic: Going to Florida and confused over tolls?
Replies: 0
Views: 2010

Going to Florida and confused over tolls?

As experienced by the bosses, when hiring in America, particularly in Orlando, you tend to pass through a few tolls, depending on where you're going of course. Usually if you were a US resident in Florida then you can buy a pass for this and get discounts depending on how often you use them. If you'...
by Indigo Ann-Marie
23 Dec 2014, 17:55
Forum: Africa
Topic: Debit Card Car Hire at Durban Airport
Replies: 0
Views: 4502

Debit Card Car Hire at Durban Airport

We now have a few supplier based at Durban King Shaka Airport who can take either a Visa or MasterCard debit card now, which is good news for our customers of course! With these options the lowest deposit is currently just £150, so handy if you want a bit more spending money! But if you do want to t...

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