Hertz- A brief History<br /><ul><li>Hertz is the world's leading vehicle renting organization
It operates from approximately 8,100 locations in 147 countries worldwide
Hertz is the largest general use car rental brand in the world, and the number one airport car rental brand in the U.S
Hertz has locations at 69 major airports in Europe
Hertz offers its services across continents in North America,, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East</li></li></ul><li>Hertz – Services on Offer<br />Hertz #1 Club Gold<br />NeverLost customized<br />Onboard navigation systems<br />SIRIUS Satellite Radio<br />Unique cars and SUVs<br />
Hertz – Vision, Mission & Values<br /><ul><li>Vision – To be the first choice brand for vehicle & equipment rental/leasing & total mobility solutions
Mission – To be the most customer focused, cost efficient vehicle & equipment rental/leasing company in every market we serve
Values – Integrity, continuous improvement, passion, tam work, transparency, diversity, accountability & commitment</li></li></ul><li>WhyLease a car?<br /><ul><li>An unplanned road trip or some time out with friends – Renting a car gives you the freedom to explore the places as per your time schedule
Beautiful and secluded places are not generally covered in planned tours.
It’s always a good idea to talk to a few locals about such places, rent a car and explore these places
Renting a car gives you the freedom to pull over at any place and breathe in the surroundings</li></li></ul><li>Points to Remember while Leasing a car<br />Always Negotiate: It reduces your monthly payments which eventually helps in saving a lot of money<br />Get the term in writing: Don’t go ahead with any verbal commitment. instead always <br />Read the document properly: Make sure you read the offer document properly and ensure that it clearly mentions everything agreed at the time of negotiation.<br />
<ul><li>Negotiate on your lease inception fee: There is a high probability that lease inception fee such as down-payment can be eliminated or negotiated down to a much lesser rate, thereby saving you a lot of money
Mention whether you want a close ended lease or an open ended lease: Closed ended lease allows the lessee to return the car after the lease term ends. However, there may still be an end of lease charge such as that for excess mileage or wear and tear. Open ended lease allows the lessee to pay the difference between the value stated in the lease contract and the lessor’s appraised value at the end of the lease.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Opt for Gap Insurance: Gap insurance covers the difference between what you have to pay on the lease and what the car is worth in case of theft or an accident.
Do discuss the wear and tear penalties and excess mileage fees</li>