car-hire-1-dollarHiring a car gives you the freedom to travel wherever you like, and at your own pace. But hire cars can also be expensive – especially if you’re after a one-way rental.

The good news is that there’s a simple trick to hire a car for as little as $1 per day – and sometimes even for FREE! Plus, the car rental agency may even throw in a generous fuel allowance!

The trick is to search for car hire relocation deals. Sometimes car hire companies have too many cars in one city, and not enough somewhere else. This is particularly the case for places with seasonal demand, such as winter ski resort towns or summer beach destinations.

To get the surplus vehicles to the city where they are needed more, the car hire company could spend hundreds of dollars on transport. Instead, they’ll usually let a customer drive it there for them – for virtually no cost! It’s a win-win: the rental company doesn’t pay expensive transport costs, and the customer gets an outstanding deal!

Find out how you can take advantage of a one-way car hire relocation deal.


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