The Complete Guide to Car Hire, Part Three: How to Read Your Auto Europe Booking Voucher
Following last week's examination of what car hire prices are made of, here is part three in our sizzling serialisation of the: Car Rental Roadmap.This week we have prepared a quick review of what information you can find on your Auto Europe booking voucher. Please read on to discover why the most important thing to remember about your Auto Europe voucher is to TAKE IT WITH YOU!Your voucher is not only proof of payment, it also features important information that will enable you to find your car hire supplier and ensure you are supplied with the correct vehicle as per your reservation. Read your voucher as follows:
Voucher Number: This is your Auto Europe booking number, you'll need this number whenever you speak to us about any aspect of your car hire
Blue Boxes: Details of the vehicle hired and payment made and/or required
Name and Passengers: Check your name is displayed as it is on your driving licence and the number of passengers is correct (mainly with regard to the fact your chosen vehicle will be large enough).
Comments: This is where you will find details of any extras reserved such as child seats and/or any other special requests pertaining to your booking
Pick-Up Location: It is vital you check the information in this box is correct. This is where you can see who your car is hired from - e.g. Avis, Hertz or Europcar - so you know which desk to collect it from on arrival. Instructions for locating the collection point can also be found here.
Drop-Off Location: Again you must check the information in this box is correct. This is where you can find the details of where and when to return your hire car.
Terms & Conditions: Please read them - they are not as long as you think! Keep a lookout for what your rental payment does and does not include especially with regards to insurance. This section also includes:
a: One-way rental information
b: Information on the fuel policy for the vehicle
c: Deposit required and payment method, a credit card is required - cash or debit cards are not usually accepted
d: Details regarding the age of the driver
e: Insurance cover information
Log on next week, same time and same place, for part four of this informative serialisation which suggests what needs to be done when you collect your hire car. If you can't wait seven days, or would like to read more, then simply click here now.