#3 Things to know when Renting a Car in Nigeria

Renting a Car in Nigeria is pretty straightforward, especially when done using a professional company. So here are three things you need to know;

1. The best car for you is the one that suits your needs – it’s that simple. Yet with so many brands and models to choose from in the market, it can be very difficult to choose which car to rent in Nigeria. Generally, Nigerians prefer Japanese cars because of its fuel economy, availability of mechanics and replacement parts.

2. If you have a tighter budget, finding the ideal car might seem difficult at first. After all, you’ll likely be looking for one that fits your lifestyle with the latest safety equipment to give you that extra security and possibly the latest tech to keep everyone comfortable. Our experts have a wide variety you can choose from based on features, body type and, of course, price.

3. Cars come chauffeur driven for that added level of security and comfort. While foreign counterparts in Europe or America choose to rent as self-driven. When renting a car in Nigeria, you will find that professional firms provide a chauffeur who understands the vehicle and terrain. 

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The COVID-19 Pandemic is restricting our movement, hence, our treasured cars are parked without being driven. Parking a car for too long is not the best, and can lead to some unplanned expenses which we don’t want at this time. So, here are some tips for taking care of your car during this lockdown.

  1. Park your car under a shed, like a car port or garage to minimise the risk of being covered in moss, dirt or worse rusting.
  2. While under the shed, leave one of the window slightly open for ventilation. This will avoid the build up of moulds on the dashboard and seats.
  3. Park your car on a flat surface with the hand brakes off. Hand brakes can become stiff when parked for a long time on an inclined surface.
  4. Routinely start the car to avoid the battery developing fault. This also enables the engine oil and coolant to circulate around the engine.
  5. If possible, take the car for a quick drive around to warm up the mechanical and hydraulic system.

Stay Safe! Because tough times don’t last, but tough people do!