(February 2010) Vehicle Hire
CarHire4Less’ website is easy to use and understand, making it simple and comfortable for you to plan your travel arrangements and vehicle hire.
(February 2010) O.R. Tambo Airport Car Hire
CarHire4Less offers you cheap O.R. Tambo Airport car hire in collaboration with our partners Budget, Alamo, Hertz, Europcar, Thrifty and Avis.
(January 2010) Car Hire Companies In South Africa
CarHire4Less offers you discount car hire services in alliance with car hire companies in South Africa such as Avis, Alamo, Hertz, Europcar and Budget.
(January 2010) Cheap Airport Car Rental
CarHire4Less has an unbeatable reach and capacity to serve our customers, because we work in alliance with leading global car rental companies like Avis, Budget, Alamo, Budget and Europcar.
(December 2009) Car Hire Cape Town
In terms of car hire, Cape Town is very well served by dint of its flourishing tourist industry. CarHire4Less operates throughout Cape Town and from Cape Town International Airport in association with Hertz, Alamo, Europcar and Budget.
(December 2009) Car Rental South Africa
Car rental in South Africa is the only way for visitors to get around safely and easily. Public transport is lacking and it is recommended that visitors drive themselves when at all possible.
(November 2009) Car Hire Durban
When it comes to car hire in Durban, CarHire4Less is a perfect fit. We offer you cheap, reliable car hire in Durban.
(November 2009) Car Hire Johannesburg
Car Hire in Johannesburg is made easy when you partner with CarHire4Less for your transportation needs. We offer widely varying packages and an extensive selection of vehicles at low, fully inclusive rates.
(October 2009) 8 International Airport Car Hire Tips
A few car hire tips for you to consider, which will make your car hire experience more pleasurable and affordable.
(October 2009) Cheap Car Hire in Johannesburg
Our comprehensive car rental service is available in Johannesburg in alliance with Budget, Hertz, Alamo and Europcar. Our day rates decrease the longer you have the vehicle. Rentals of a week or longer are the best value.
(September 2009) Driving in the UK
CarHire4Less is all you need when you are driving in the UK. We offer cheap car hire in association with Hertz, Budget, Alamo and Europcar throughout the United Kingdom. However, while we take the worry out of finding an affordable rental car, there are many things that you should keep in mind if you are a foreign visitor driving in the UK.
(September 2009) Hiring a car for a South American holiday
In Brazil, having a driver’s licence from your country of origin is sufficient, but we advise that you also carry a Portuguese translation of your driver’s licence with you. If you want to hire a car in Argentina, Peru or Venezuela, you would have to be able to produce an International Driving Permit. In some cases, authorities may accept a normal driver’s licence, but it is not advisable to take the chance – you are always better off with an International Driving Permit.
(August 2009) Driving in Spain
The speed limit in Spanish towns and cities is 50km/h. On the open road, it is either 90 or 100km/h and on motorways, 120km/h. Speed limits are strictly enforced and may change frequently, so keep an eye on the signposts, as there are many radar traps. All passengers must be belted in and no children under twelve years of age are allowed to ride in the front seat unless a special child restraint is installed.
(August 2009) Executive Car Hire South Africa
Booking an executive car at CarHire4Less is a simple process. When you visit our website, the Car Hire Bookings section is boldly shown in orange on the homepage on the right-hand side. Detail your requirements by selecting your destination, pickup point and drop-off point. Choose the appropriate date range and enter your age before clicking Search. The search results page comes up and will indicate which vehicles are available that meet your criteria.
(July 2009) Driving in Thailand
Thai traffic drives on the left-hand side of the road, like the UK, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Drivers rarely blow their horns and normally reasonably courteous, but slow drivers are not generally smiled upon, especially in the large cities such as Bangkok, where the traffic is extremely fast-paced. Driving in Thailand is not for the feint-hearted.
(July 2009) Executive Travel Tips
Executives travelling overseas have different needs to people who are on vacation. They are interested more in efficiency and meticulous itineraries and time is a precious commodity that should not be wasted. Some executive travel tips may ease the travelling experience.
(June 2009) Driving in Australia
Australia is a rugged country and there are many rules of the road to ensure safe travelling under the differing conditions in all its territories. Australians drive on the left and while it might be easy to adapt to driving in Australia’s cities, remote areas in the countryside demand special care and thorough preparations.
(June 2009) Car hire Europe - driving in Europe
There are more than fifty countries in which we offer discount car hire this European region, each speaking a different language and each with its own driving legislation. They all have one thing in common (with the sole exception of the British Isles, which are separated by the English Channel anyway) - they all drive on the right hand side of the road, so you don't have the problem of swapping from one side to another when you cross an international border.
(June 2009) European Festivals
Frequent European festivals celebrate every conceivable cultural event. A January highlight is the France Grand Parade. In February, it is time for Italy’s Viareggio Festival, an outrageous and colourful event on successive Sundays. March marks Ireland’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Dublin
(May 2009) General information on Swine Flu and travel precautions
Swine flu is endemic in pigs, and is not commonly transmitted to humans. However, people who work with pigs have a higher probability of catching swine flu. As of April 2009, a mutation of four new strains of Influenza A virus subtype H1N1 was identified and classified as an epidemic. It carries a World Health Organisation (WHO) “Phase 5” alert, meaning that a pandemic could be imminent. There are now confirmed cases in 41 countries.
(May 2009) Travelling tips for the 2010 South Africa
The upcoming 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup to be hosted in South Africa will pose challenges to the country’s transport infrastructure, since a huge influx of tourists is expected. The controversial Integrated Rapid Transport services mooted for Johannesburg and Cape Town is on hold due to protests by the taxi industry, but might prove essential in 2010. It is expected that some form of IRT will be implemented by 2010 to enable quick and efficient bus transport on defined routes in these cities.