Motorcycle Rental in San Antonio
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We Can Help With is a recently established business with the goal of improving the rental market
for Motorcycle rental San Antonio and more. We thought that there was an opportunity to do it better when it
came to motorcycle rental – prior to our existence we found it a painful and slow process.
We aim to be an always online, 24/7 rental portal for Motorcycle rental San Antonio, which means you can always
rely on us to help with your holiday, whether you are just in the early stages of
planning, or if you happen to already be in the country and interested in a last
minute idea of hiring a motorcycle.
Starting your search for Motorcycle rental San Antonio couldn’t be easier – all you have to do is to go to any
motorcycle page and select the banner that you find right at the top. You will then be taken
off to the website of our trusted partners Bikes Booking, who will actually complete the
order, and support you every step of the way. Note that our partners have no hidden
commission and no credit card charges either, so you can be sure that you’re getting a
good deal on Motorcycle rental San Antonio. What’s more, they also have a price match guarantee, which ensures
that the same bike cannot be found for a better price elsewhere.
We want your choice of motorcycle rental to be easy to make, so to that end we ensure that
we present plenty of information about the results of your search. For example,
you will be told everything that the Motorcycle rental San Antonio includes, such as included helmets and
possibly insurance, and so on. Moreover, if the motorcycle is designed to only be used
in urban areas, which can happen with the smaller engined motorcycles, then that will also
be communicated to you early. This will help you ensure that you don’t waste time
picking that type of vehicle if you do plan to go on long trips into the countryside.
Some useful information about San Antonio
San Antonio has a population of 85,651 people
during the most recent measurement.
The latitude of San Antonio is -33.59473 degrees
and the longitude is -71.60746 degrees.
San Antonio sits within the officially-designated timezone of
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Top 10 Tips To Help With Motorcycle Rental in San Antonio
This list contains 10 things you should think about before embarking
on your motorcycle holiday.
Compare multiple providers. This one’s
an easy one, as you’re in just the right place to do that! It makes so
much more sense to quickly get a range of prices and options before
you part with your hard earned cash, as otherwise how do you know if
the price you have been quoted is a good one? As part of any comparison
you undertake whilst on We Can Help With, the providers that we work
with will always aim to let you choose between a range of vehicle
suppliers where possible (some smaller locations may only have one
supplier, of course). So, we do the hard and boring work for you and
let you compare multiple providers all in one place!
Compare like for like. Again, something
we assist with 'out the box'. It’s incredibly important to compare like
for like, otherwise any comparison is largely meaningless. For example,
if you have a whole range of vehicle suppliers lined up but one is
measuring your mileage allowance in kilometres and the other in miles,
you’re not going to get very far (pun kind-of intended). Similarly,
exchange rates can also confuse things terribly and leave quite a bit
of space for human error. Luckily, We Can Help With is able to help
with this, as out partners standardize all the vehicle supplier
options as much as possible, meaning that you’ll find it easier to
compare like for like.
Don’t ignore insurance. Insurance is
never a fun thing to spend much time thinking about, but it’s important.
All the motorcycles you rent with We Can Help With always come with
third party insurance, as you would expect. However, you may also be
able to add fully comprehensive insurance or Collision Damage Waver
(CDW) insurance on top, which could save you a lot of money depending
on the maximum limit you would be liable to pay. Moreover, you can
often find better deals by simply taking out the standard 3rd party
insurance, and then going to another provider that specializes just
in motorcycle hire insurance and adding it yourself. However you do
it, it’s incredibly important to be covered, for both your peace of
mind and your wallet in case of an accident.
Have you thought about one-way rentals?
One of the great features we offer, via our partners, is that you can
choose to drop off your motorcycle at a different location to the one
you picked it up at. Now, this may not always be available, as some
locations simply don’t have enough motorcycle pick up sites, and
others may struggle to move the motorcycles back across the country.
However, where this feature is available, it is incredibly useful,
as it means that you don’t need to do a loop or backtrack as part
of your tour. Often people will fly into one city, hire a bike and
then drive over to another one where they they fly out. One further
thing to add on this topic is that there can be a slight surcharge
if you do things this way, however it’s usually worth it, as you
will be saving money and time by not backtracking.
Give yourself plenty of time for pick up
and drop off. It’s tempting to try and head over to the
motorcycle pick up office just after you step off the plane, but
we recommend you give yourself plenty of time, as delays can and
do happen. Your flight or even the transport from the airport
into town can be delayed, or you might arrive during rush hour
and simply be stuck in traffic for hours in a taxi. Therefore,
pay close attention to the pick up time you select when choosing
the vehicle. Of course, all this advice also applies in reverse
when you consider the drop off time as well.
Think about luggage. As a motorcyclist,
you’re already familiar with the fact that you have to be a bit more
economical with luggage, as you can’t just bring the largest bag you
have and throw it in the back of the car. However, if you are
planning to spend a bit more time in your destination doing things
other than being on the bike, with a bit of forward planning you
may be able to bring more items that expected. Some motorcycle
rental outlets will offer free storage, however it is also easy
enough to find places within the city that will store your items
for a few weeks for a pretty reasonable price. The key here is
booking these things in advance, as if you turn up expecting to
find somewhere affordable, you might be disappointed.
Check the cancellation policy. Most
hire companies that our partners choose from will offer free
cancellation, and this tends to be not less than 48 hours before
the booking. i.e. if you cancel 48 hours or less before you are due
to pick up the bike, you will still be charged the full price of
your booking. However, some motorcycle hire companies will offer
different terms, so make sure you check just in case. No one goes
on holiday expecting to cancel, however issues happen (especially
around flights themselves being cancelled), so if possible you
should book a motorcycle with a generous cancellation policy.
Check the drivers license policy. This
one is a tricky one, as of course we allow you to compare and rent
motorcycles in such a wide range of countries – the issue here is
that there can be different rules around your eligibility to ride
a motorcycle depending on the country. As a general rule, to rent
a motorcycle you will need a specific motorcycle driving license,
although it is always worth checking both when you come to select
the vehicle, and with any online resources offered by your
destination. Note that when it comes to picking up your vehicle,
you will also almost certainly need to provide your drivers license
and ID, so don’t forget to pack them!
Check the motorcycle thoroughly during the
handover. Ok, we get it, the handover part is boring and takes
ages, but it’s so important to be really thorough and mark down any
damage that you spot on the bike. Also, you should do a few quick
checks yourself, particularly around safety features like the lights,
the horn, the brakes and so on. Moreover, you probably want to check
the tyres for excessive wear. Of course, all the motorcycle rental
companies we use are vetted and reviewed, however there is no harm
in doing a few quick checks regardless.
Read about driving in your chosen country.
This one only really applies if you are going somewhere you
have never been before, but it’s really wise to mug up a bit on the
rules of the road in your destination. Just searching online in some
forums is a good place to start. You don’t want to get there and
then be unfamiliar around things like speed limits or any special
rules for motorcycles. Similarly, some countries can have unexpected
challenges in the form of an excessive number of speed cameras,
confusing bus only lanes, congestion charges or many potholes. A
good online forum should have most of these covered.