|Title:||Issue Date: 02/04/01|
|Author:||Page Number: 36|
ONE problem with renting a car in eastern Europe is the road signs.
Several countries use the cyrillic alphabet and may not give a translation on the smaller roads. Another is that clients have to pay a lot more for their rental car than in the west.
A compact manual car rented from Europcar this month would have cost £208 at Budapest Airport and £238 at Prague Airport including unlimited mileage, damage and theft waiver, tax, third-party cover and airport surcharge.
This compares with £135 in Nice.
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