This week pictures emerged of teenagers from a deprived London Borough hiring some of the world’s most iconic supercars to travel to their school proms in luxury. Now, leading car hire supplier 121carhire.com says holidaymakers can, and should, do the same.
The ‘car craze’ for school leavers is said to be sweeping the most deprived areas of the UK with teenagers trying to escape their normal everyday life while they celebrate the special occasion. The cars seen picking up prom goers most recently in London’s Tower Hamlets borough included Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Bentleys .
Michael Bond of 121carhire.com said: “We are seeing an increase in the number of people hiring more extravagant vehicles for as little as one day to travel around their destination in style. Holidaymakers who want that little bit of luxury, without breaking the bank, are choosing to hire premier vehicles such as high standard BMW’s and Mercedes.
Bond added: “Travellers can splash out just for one day on a premier convertible and have the luxury of spending a day in the spotlight, while still keeping within budget. Unfortunately the majority of us can’t afford to own these sorts of vehicle, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the experience.”
121carhire.com offers convertible cars from £100 per day during the peak summer season in Spain.
To check the latest offers and availability from 121carhire.com in Europe and other destinations, visit www.121carhire.com
121carhire.com provides car rental in 15,000 locations across 115 countries worldwide. The car hire specialist has been operating for over 5 years and partners with a range of dealers in all major tourist destinations, to ensure its customers receive a wide range of vehicle options at the lowest price.
Visit www.121carhire.com for the latest deals.
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