Car Hire 4 Less offers cheap car hire throughout South Africa in association with Hertz, Alamo, Budget and Europcar. Please remember Car Hire 4 Less prices are fully inclusive throughout Europe and we also provide comprehensive car hire from all the major airports and downtown offices in and around the South Africa regions.
Modern South Africa’s history started in 1652 with the Dutchman Jan van Riebeeck’s establishment of a refreshment station at what would late become Cape Town.
Cape Town is the oldest city in South Africa and still the biggest tourist attraction in the country by dint of its beautiful beaches, the famous Table Mountain and its indigenous Fynbos flora and Mediterranean winter rainfall climate. Due to inadequate public transport, the rugged and semi-arid interior regions remain relatively unexplored.
Durban is a popular attraction, with hot and humid summers and a warm Indian Ocean. The Gauteng Province is the financial hub, although there are popular attractions like Gold Reef City theme park, the Johannesburg Zoo and Pretoria’s Magaliesberg region.
Our low car hire prices are generally available for bookings of a week or longer. Lowest prices may vary according to pick-up location, date, and compared to current brochure web prices and may vary. Shorter bookings can be made but will increase slightly in price. The car hire prices are all inclusive of VAT and can be booked online, straight from the web, or by phoning Car Hire 4 Less' offices.
When booking a car to hire in South Africa, please take some time to read through our important information on traffic laws. It is always good to be prepared for your holiday by knowing what is expected of you on the roads in a foreign country.
Car Hire 4 Less offers cheap car hire throughout Vienna in association with Hertz, Alamo, Budget and Europcar. Please remember Car Hire 4 Less prices are fully inclusive throughout Vienna and we also provide comprehensive car hire from all the major airports and downtown offices in and around the Austrian regions.
Written by James Giles.