How much do you really know about your car and how it works? There are many parts that are present in every single car on the roads that we take for granted, such as the odometer. Traditionally, the odometer was used to count the number of miles a car had travelled, although, these days you can calculate total distance, journey distance and so much more.
While the dashboard in your car or van is a great way of communicating with your vehicle, seeing all those different lights flash up can fill a car owner with anxiety and trepidation, and, more often than not, it means a trip to the garage and a trip to your local car hire company.
The odometer makes up part of your vehicle’s dashboard, which for both the new driver and the experienced can be something that you either love or hate. When your vehicle is running smoothly, it can be your best friend, merely telling you how far you’ve driven; but, when your car is having a rough time, you can grow to dread the dashboard and its many lights.
When it comes to Global Self Drive, the situation doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom, in fact, it is far from it. With our extensive range of business, family and luxury cars, and a wide variety of vans and trucks available, you can use the whole experience as a learning curve as to what you’d like to drive in the future. We have vehicles for personal and business hire, too, so if you want to really create a lasting impression, you can do so with Global.
With so much choice when it comes to booking with Global Self Drive, our car hire process could not be simpler.
For now, we’ll leave you with a little information on just how well you know your car dashboard, just so that you can be as prepared as possible, should your car ever break down.
For more information on our full range of car hire vehicles here at Global Self Drive, please browse our website or contact your nearest office today.