Car rental can be a lucrative option for those looking to save on transportation costs in the Philippines, and it’s becoming a more popular choice for expats looking to get to and from work.
Car rental is now a popular choice in the capital Manila as expats try to avoid the costly trip to the airport and take advantage of the car rental program available in the city.
Car rental rates in Manila range from as low as $150 to as high as $600 a day, depending on whether the car is rented out on a rental basis or not.
In recent years, car rental has become a popular way to save money as car ownership has become more and more expensive in the country.
With a population of over 100 million, the Philippines has the highest number of cars per capita in the world, and car rentals in Manila are on the rise, with a peak of nearly 40 percent in February this year.
Car rentals are not only cheaper than air fares, but they also are more efficient, as they provide transportation for commuters and workers.
In Manila, the number of car rentals per day has doubled over the last three years, to reach over 400.
“Car rental can become a viable option for some expats to save as they are more and less reliant on public transportation, said Dolly Santos, managing director of Car Rental, a local company that specializes in car rental.”
The Philippines is known as the world’s third-largest car market, with nearly half a million cars per square kilometer. “
But if you are able to find a car that will allow you to take a longer trip and save a lot of money, car rentals can be an economical alternative.”
The Philippines is known as the world’s third-largest car market, with nearly half a million cars per square kilometer.
However, the country still has an overall traffic problem and is still grappling with the global pandemic, which has already forced several airlines to suspend operations in the area.
While Car Rentals car rental service offers some advantages, Santos noted that its not an all-inclusive option.
“We offer rental for all car types in Manila, but we can also offer car rental for small vehicles as well,” she added.
“With the growth of Uber in the last few years, this will also grow.”
Car rental in Manila is also not for everyone.
The service charges a premium for the car, and is subject to a “car-safety fee,” which can be as high at up to $2,000.
However Car Rantas car rental price is competitive with other rental companies, so car rentals are generally available for a much lower price.
Santos said the company’s service is not designed for all people, but has been designed specifically for expat workers.
“If you are looking for a rental for a car, Car R Rentals is the best option because we have the most professional staff and have the best customer service,” she noted.
“The prices are always competitive, so you can be assured that you are getting the best rate.”