Are you planning a trip this holiday? Don't let anything ruin your experience - check out these top tips and tricks for planning a successful trip.
1) Ship Packages in Advance.
While we must note that our vans are spacious and comfortable to relax in, no one wants to squeeze in after packing the car full. Do yourself a favor and get to the post office early, ship the big stuff, and pack your smaller packages in flexible canvas bags you can slide into the back of the car. Canvas, reusable bags from the grocery store work well for this compared to traditional boxes. Are you limited on time? Let UPS pick it up.
2) Monitor flights for the best price.
Are you glued to your phone waiting for that flight to drop in price? Check out hopper. This app is available on Android and Apple phones. Enter your dates, locations, preferences, and save. Hopper will send you a notification as soon as your flights have reached their best price.
3) Minimize Driving Stress.
As you map out your routes - it's essential to also prep for unpredictable weather. No one wants to hit a monsoon or snowstorm without the right gear! Also, incorporate fun activities. We want our drivers to stay safe, so when you're stuck in traffic, pull out the old "I spy" or "state plates" games to blow off steam. Turn your trip into an adventure by researching fun stops on your route with TripAdvisor, allowing you to not only take breaks but also pass the time.
4) Select the Right Rental Service.
Our affordable, wheelchair accessible vehicles and rental service are among the best rental services in the South. Our fleet is made of vans that have been adapted by the industry's leading Mobility Equipment manufacturers.
Our promise to you - we will strive to earn your loyalty by working to deliver more than promised, being honest and fair, and "going the extra mile" to provide exceptional personalized service that creates a pleasing rental experience.
Start your holiday planning by booking with Premier Accessible Vans.
Learn More: https://www.premiervanrental.com/reservations