The new regulation of traffic that will take effect in a few days is causing a stir among those interested in hiring a car in Malaga. To avoid confusion and possible fines, we provide this summary of the salient points of the new rules:
As the cost of fuel has increased, more and more drivers are looking at ways of cutting the costs of their everyday motoring – even with their holiday hire car. In a recent post, we looked at ways you can increase your fuel efficiency by making small changes to your driving style. Here we explore a few other ways you can keep fuel costs down by making your car a little more efficient.
Car hire fuel policies are still a contentious issue in Spain. A recent Which? Travel report likens the practice to that of the ‘hidden charges’ used by a number of budget airlines, where the final cost can come as quite a shock to the customer. So which fuel policies should you avoid with car hire in Malaga, and why is malagacar.com so different?
The mild climate of Malaga throughout the year encourages many athletes to travel to the Costa del Sol to enjoy the various facilities for training.
Today we talk about common fines of Malagacar.com customers, places where they usually get fined and how we proceed in processing these fines.
If you plan to hire a car in Malaga during your holidays, you might find useful the following information about the most common penalties on Spanish roads.
Given that last week has opened the fourth supplier of LPG gas in the province of Malaga, specifically in the Costa del Sol town of Fuengirola, in this blog we talk a bit more about this fuel which certainly presents some interesting advantages.
Is Malaga a good holiday destination? Pulsating, hot, exciting. Historical monuments and warm, friendly people; a modern tourism infrastructure meets traditional Spanish way of life, a charming old town and kilometers of sandy beaches. Below are some reasons for visiting the Costa del Sol and to find out what is Malaga like: The city The […]
The Mini came up in the 60’s in Britain, given the need to create a low-cost car, driven by the fuel shortage in the islands as a result of the crisis of Suarez. In those times sales of larger cars dropped and the British Motor Company manufactured this new model which became the most popular of those produced in Britain. Today, many people search for second hand Mini at a good price and we have some of them for sale. (more…)
Summer is over, but the good weather still prevails in the Costa del Sol.
Now more than ever is the time for good deals, especially in the car rental market. Car hire Malaga airport in November is over 20% cheaper than in August.
But that’s not all, car sales in Malaga also offers great bargains, as car rental companies sell their older models to renew its fleet