Many people need to hire a van at some stage for whatever reason. It’s quite a common way of getting around and yet, not the easiest or most transparent process on the planet. There is so much that goes into hiring a van and if you are looking for van hire London, for example, there is so much that could go wrong. Fortunately for you, I have compiled a short list of a few things you should never do when you are hiring a van. Read More
Van hiring in London can prove to quite tricky for many inexperienced travelers and general residents. If you have never hired a van before, it is very easy to fall prey to scams or hidden fees that leave you paying quite the hefty fee. While I will cover that in another detailed article, I believe it is also important to keep some tips in mind when driving your hired van around London. Read More
Van hire can be very expensive and when it comes to van hire London, for example, you are looking at shelling out a few hundred pounds mostly in the form of hidden costs that are disguised as necessities. Whenever I am thinking of van hire near me, using as little money as possible is a top priority. To help you out, we have compiled a short list of a few things you can do to save money when you are hiring a van. Read More
When it comes to hiring a van, everyone is out for the most affordable deal they can get. Whether you are looking to hire a van temporarily or for a longer period of time, cutting costs is always important so you can save up for fuel and other necessities. A busy place like London has a lot of companies that offer good deals for both longterm and short term van hire. That being said, it is always important to look out for hidden costs that can turn a cheap van hire into quite the pricey feat. To help you out, I have compiled a few costs that I look out for whenever I use services for van hire companies near me. Read More
TOKYO – Join Nissan at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show for the reveal of a new concept model that embodies the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility.
Nissan will show a number of exciting concept cars and production vehicles at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, giving customers a glimpse of the company’s newest and future innovations.
The 45th Tokyo Motor Show, held at Tokyo Big Sight, is open to the public from Oct. 27 to Nov. 5. Press days are Oct. 25-26.
The Nissan booth, in East Hall 5, will feature a “spiral” design theme symbolizing the company’s past, present and future commitment to making exciting products. A simulator will let visitors experience the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility. (more…)