What Factors To Consider When Searching For A Formal Car Hire?

There are social events taking place almost every year for the most of us. Many of us have hosted or been a part of a major social event at least once in our lives. One of the major aspects of any social event is a means of transportation. Formal events like weddings, going away parties and proms merit that you be able to drive in with a formal car, this will require contacting a formal car hire company. That said simply contacting a company is not enough you need to be able to find the right car for your event. You should consider the factors listed below.

Consider the style of the vehicle

How the car looks from the outside matters a great deal. For formal events you’ll want a car that looks formal. A car should also be large enough to accommodate everyone who is a part of the wedding party (in case of a wedding). While stretch limousines are fairly common for formal events because of their size there are other cars like the Mercedes S class which are also great formal vehicles.

Always check and test the car before you book it

A very important part of dealing with a formal car hire company in your area is to check and test drive the vehicle. There are many car hire companies that have cars which look good but don’t necessarily drive well. Many of these cars have been abused and so they are often rented off at lower rates but tend to be unreliable. Test driving the vehicle prior to booking it will help give you a fairly good idea of what to expect. If you find something wrong you can move to another vehicle or company.

What does the rent cost?

Formal cars cost anywhere from $100 a day to over $2000. While, obviously not everyone can afford a $2000 a day car your objective should be to find a formal vehicle which is within your budget. This is why you need to have a solid budget in mind. If you’re going to rent a car for more than one day then make sure to negotiate a lower rate. People with a small budget should consider simple yet elegant cars, while those with a larger budget should opt for stretch limousines.

What car hire company to hire?

The number of formal and general car hire companies in Australia number in the hundreds. This can make finding a truly reliable company difficult. However, if you are serious about choosing a good company that not only provides you with a good price but also a guaranteed reliable vehicle you’ll need to do some research. You will need to compare various companies both in terms of rates and their service. You can search online for reviews and feedback on forums.

Get a brand that matters

In today’s world brand and style matter so you need to consider things accordingly. Ideally, you will want to hire a formal vehicle manufactured by a big name like Porsche, Mercedes, Ferrari or BMW. That said Rolls Royce and limousines also make excellent super luxurious and large formal vehicles.

Always book months in advance

Regardless, of if you are booking a car for your wedding, a friend’s party, and prom or just to pick up your loved one for a formal party you should book in advance. The majority of good vehicles are often booked months in advance. Booking in advance also give you an opportunity to get a discount.

Hiring a formal vehicle takes time and some effort. However, the internet has taken a lot of the leg work out of finding a good company and vehicle. Many of the points we mentioned above can be easily accomplished via the internet. Once you have settled upon your budget, the car you want and have a list of the best hire companies in your area all you need to do is to apply for a quote from each company. Then negotiate their rates, test drive their car and pay the booking amount once you’ve agreed on the price. This certainly makes things a lot easier and quicker than it would if you had to visit every car rental service personally.

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Manu is currently the marketing director for Deblanco which is one of the leading car rental services in Australia. He is also a motor head who loves his 64 Chevy. 

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