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Why You Might Want To Rent A Van Five-seater cars (including the driver) have limited trunk space and can carry only so much weight. A musician’s band equipment would be difficult to fit in a limousine, even with the vehicle’s length and luxurious amenities. A pick-up truck is able to carry upright items impossible to shove into a car’s trunk, but the vehicle would only allow for four passengers. Vans (depending on the size and model) on the other hand, can transport up to 16 people and can be configured to handle more goods while providing covered protection for these items. Vans are typically boxlike motor vehicles with a rear door (either opening sideways or lift-back type) and sliding doors on the side panels in addition to the front driver and passenger doors. Van customization for special transportation applications like mobile TV studios, mobile search and rescue and/or emergency medical/trauma treatment services, mobile crime surveillance and rapid police action force deployment (e.g., SWAT van) is also possible. There are also vans converted into small hotdog or ice cream stands on the go. Commuting on public transportation is not the “private drive” convenience a van offers. Most van usage, however, is resorted to by people travelling in groups but do not want car pools. It may also be due to the need to move goods in which a car is not able to, or where a truck is just too large for the purpose. The need for a van may also be a one-time thing that buying a van for the purpose is obviously not the right approach. The need for a van to bring home a purchased bulky item instead of waiting for the store to do it within the store’s delivery service schedule is an example of this situation. In these cases, renting a van is a convenient and viable option. Companies who engage van rental firms prefer to pay for the lease of the vans to free up capital and avoid vehicle maintenance and depreciation costs. Van rental companies offer a variety of models to suit their customers’ needs. Fleets can include seven-passenger minivans for small group or family trips. Full-sized 16-pax capacity models (including driver) are available, but most models for hire are designed for 13-person capacity (driver included in the count). These vans are great for fuel economy and easy maneuverability. There are also nine-passenger conversion vans. These have six leather captain seats, a power rear couch bed, and amenities like accent lights, large flat screen TV and DVD systems; with plenty of room to stand up and move around for stylish and comfortable travel. Moving vans suitable for hauling small amounts of cargo can also be rented. The rear seats for these full-sized vans are removed for fast loading / unloading; and these vans are easy to drive. Whatever the purpose for hiring a van is, reputable rental companies provide well-maintained vans to safely satisfy customer needs at competitive yet affordable rates.Learning The “Secrets” of Vehicles

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