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Old 19-06-2019, 07:16 AM   #676
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Just came back from Perth and this is what i observed
Do look at the signboards properly.
Once the signboard mention ticket, you will need to pay and 1p,2p ,3p refers to the max time you can park.

Most parking in Perth CBD area not not free even on Sunday.
Within the shopping area, definitely not free, if you go off the city a bit, might get 2P free parking
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Old 24-06-2019, 10:27 PM   #677
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Tried to book too late at No Birds. Can't reserve the Rav 4 now.

I prefer a car with cruise control and bluetooth if possible.

Has anyone of you booked the "New Mid-size Sedan" recently (either Corolla or Cerato)? Would want to confirm if there is any cruise control or bluetooth for this vehicle. Prefer sedan rather than hatch as i will be carrying 2 large suitcases with 2 backpacks. Thanks
Just came back from my trip. You can try to ask the counter when collecting your car if they have any RAV4 left. I asked and managed to change, as after checking, they still had 1 last one, maybe the original booker cancelled or somebody returned early.
Another thing is that when I booked the price was higher, and when collecting, they were running a new promo and the price was lower, and they charged the new price. Thumbs up for bayswater!
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Old 24-06-2019, 10:41 PM   #678
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Another thing to add, if you need a taxi ride,can dl the OLA app, Google for those first time user promo code for discounts. Paid $2+ for a over $10 ride to my airbnb
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Old 06-07-2019, 10:48 AM   #679
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Plan to rent Holden Commodore Sv6 sedan for 5 days to Margaret river. Anyone has experience with it?
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Old 09-07-2019, 01:34 PM   #680
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Hi all, i will be going Tasmania and Melb this nov. We have a group of 10 person. I intend to rent a Toyota HiAce from Apex. May i know what class/type of license do i need? Will a class 3 be enough??
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Old 09-07-2019, 02:15 PM   #681
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Hi all, i will be going Tasmania and Melb this nov. We have a group of 10 person. I intend to rent a Toyota HiAce from Apex. May i know what class/type of license do i need? Will a class 3 be enough??
Yes class3 enough for that 12 seater van
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Alright thanks!!!!
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Old 11-07-2019, 04:06 PM   #683
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Between the RAV4 and Mitsubishi ASX, which is bigger?

4 adults and a 1 year old child should be comfortable for both vehicles?

Nobirds looks good with their new vehicles in Perth.
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Old 11-07-2019, 04:06 PM   #684
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How much are the price ranges ah? Thanks cheers
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Old 11-07-2019, 05:45 PM   #685
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Between the RAV4 and Mitsubishi ASX, which is bigger?

4 adults and a 1 year old child should be comfortable for both vehicles?

Nobirds looks good with their new vehicles in Perth.
RAV4 should be bigger. Think of renting RAV4 for my Nov trip if not will be Toyota Kluger or Mitsubishi Outlander.

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Old 12-07-2019, 06:30 AM   #686
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Between the RAV4 and Mitsubishi ASX, which is bigger?

4 adults and a 1 year old child should be comfortable for both vehicles?

Nobirds looks good with their new vehicles in Perth.
4A1C, i suggest you take the 7 seater kluger.. can't imagine the adults sitting beside the child seat for long periods of time.
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Old 12-07-2019, 12:06 PM   #687
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Would the outlander be a reasonable alternative?

4A1C, i suggest you take the 7 seater kluger.. can't imagine the adults sitting beside the child seat for long periods of time.
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Would the outlander be a reasonable alternative?
With luggage?

Does the C need his/her own seat?

Kluger is better. I got a Nissan Pathfinder from Aries, itís also a full size 7 seater SUV.
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If we go, it’ll be next year before she turns 2 so yes she would need her own seat.

With luggage?

Does the C need his/her own seat?

Kluger is better. I got a Nissan Pathfinder from Aries, it’s also a full size 7 seater SUV.
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Old 14-07-2019, 01:56 PM   #690
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If we go, itíll be next year before she turns 2 so yes she would need her own seat.
Then a 7 seater would be more comfortable.. you need to account for luggage space as well
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