Blue Car Rental
Securing a blue car rental should not be that difficult. Car
rentals come in all makes and models. In order to get a blue car
rental, however, may take a little extra work.
The upfront work will be the most effort
you'll making in getting yourself or your family in a blue
For instance, start online with the car rental companies and
pick a few that offer what you want.
For instance most car rental organizations online will ask what
destination (airport, port of call or other) that you would like
to pick up your automobile from and deliver it back to. Dates
and times of these transactions will also be asked so that a price
can be quoted.
Your age may also be asked along with the class of rental car
you desire. The class such as economy, compact, intermediate,
standard, full size, premium etc and location of the rental car
company may determine how many blue rental cars they currently
have in stock. And this number can change depending upon the day
If you must have a blue rental car (because blue is your favorite
color, right or because you're a businessperson and your client
loves blue) then you may have to be flexible about the class of
vehicle you choose.
Once you have secure some rental car estimates online, it's time
to call the companies directly at your pickup location. Ask the
customer service rep (CSR), the number of blue rental cars they
have on hand now, the class of car with the most blue models and
what the turnover rate is for blue cars.
The CSR may be only able to give you a ballpark figure but that
is fine for now. As long as they have an adequate amount of blue
rental cars in your class and just above or below, you should
be fine. Call several agencies at your pickup location to compare
their particular blue rental car types with the other agencies.
Once you make your choice, you can go back online and secure
your blue rental car or perhaps you would like to book it over
the phone with the agency you're most comfortable that can deliver
for which are looking.
A blue rental car is not all that unique. But, remember out of
the entire market, the color blue only captures 12-percent and
must follow while, silver, black, red and gray as the most popular
So, with 12-percent to work with, getting a blue rental car is
a little more challenging but not as challenging as say getting
a green rental car that captures only 2-percent of the market.
So, research your vehicle online, make your calls to several companies
and then make your decision based upon the information at hand
and the odds of getting the blue rental car that you want.
If you pick the right agency then you may want to stick with
them again. If not then move on down the list to the next agency
that is most likely have your blue rental car.