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Easy and Affordable Rental Cars during the Rugby World Cup

Published: Mon 1 Aug 2011 12:28 PM
Easy and Affordable Rental Cars during the 2011 Rugby World Cup
Will you be visiting New Zealand during the 2011 Rugby World cup? Have you ever experienced a personally guided tour through the New Zealand country side?
Now you can travel at your leisure with Affordable Rental Cars ltd. The company is a New Zealand based, and family owned company based out of Auckland that has been operating for over twenty years. They are currently offering nine different kinds of vehicles. All types of car rentals are available. From an economy sized sedan, to very large 10 to 12 seater vans; all depending on what you, the traveller, would need.
If one is travelling from overseas the website, at www.car-rental.co.nz, is easy to find and very easy to navigate through and check prices, request price quotes and reserve preferred vehicles.
Being fanatical supporters of the All Blacks, Affordable Rentals Cars ltd is now offering their services from a special location for the Rugby World Cup near Eden Park- the largest stadium in New Zealand and home to Auckland's 2011 Rugby World Cup. Also, if a traveller might be flying into Auckland and needs an airport pick up before renting a car, Affordable Rental Cars ltd also offers free airport pick up in the city of Auckland.
On the website or by phone, Affordable Rental Cars ltd is offering deals for this year's 2011 Rugby World Cup. One may visit the website or make a contact by phone to go over conditions, prices and plans. To Affordable Rental Cars ltd, that which is important to the customer is also that which is important to the company. So, do not hesitate to take advantage of the services and prices for the coming days of the Rugby World Cup in Auckland. Contact Affordable Rental Cars today. You can call their Toll Free no. at 0800 45 44 43 (NZ), 1800 123 610 (AUS) or International phone line at +64 9 630 1567 to rent a vehicle for your RWC 2011 Tour.
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