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December 21, 2019 2 min to read

5 things you will never get from economy rental car

Category : Cars, Transportation

When it comes to renting, your choice of a vehicle is usually influenced by certain practical matters. These are the price, safety, and comfort.

Depending on your priorities, you will put one of these factors over the others. For example, if you drive with a group of people or you have to stay overnight in a car, you will most certainly aim at the vehicle with a comfortable interior.

People who rent a car to drive with kids would prefer an auto with a higher safety rate. People who aren’t able or don’t want to spend much money on hiring a car, but still want to do so, will first look at its price.

In reality, not only a certain group of people is concerned about the rental price. Car leasing itself is not very cheap. So no wonder people tend to choose economy or rent premium SUV.

Yet, taking a cheaper vehicle will deprive you of at least five distinct advantages that no regular car possesses.

All-wheel drive

Ever drove a car in winter? If you did, you probably know how easily the vehicle gets stuck in a lump of snow. Due to this, you have to get out of the car and push its way through the snow. When you lease an economy car in winter, you think that it has all-season tires.

It means that you shouldn’t worry about skidding or sticking in the snow. In most cases, that is not true. In order to avoid changing tires every season, car dealers came to the compromise solution in the form of all-season tires.

Their quality, however, is nowhere near the quality of the SUV tires due to the limited road wheel size. Besides, many economy cars are two-wheel drive, which doesn’t give you much control in a difficult situation on a road.

So the better option here is to rent a vehicle with an all-wheel drive (AWD). This feature will help you to manage through almost any unpleasant weather conditions.

Moreover, a 4×4 SUV, like Range Rover, is designed in such a way that it gives you the ability to drive on a rough terrain, mountainous, or wooded surface.

Keep in mind that if you choose an off-road vehicle to drive on a rough track, you must equip it properly. Extreme roads are as damaging for regular cars as for SUVs.

However, if you plan to drive short distances and park in well-organized lots, then the economy car will be a better option…
 
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