Travel extras comparison website Cheap.co.uk confirms an update to their rental comparison serivce.

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As the busy summer travel months approach, Cheap.co.uk updates their car rental comparison service.

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Cheap.co.uk advises new car hire section will be going live this week.

The travel extras comparison company believes making this change will mean not only can they offer more locations and possible vehicle selections but also lower prices to potential customers as competition increases.

A spokesman for the cheap car hire department commented: “we have been working on a new system in conjunction with http://www.carhire.co.uk and have a new quote request page as well as results area ready to go. This includes a new list of locations which will make a huge difference to what we currently have on offer. Our current service is provided by Holiday Autos and whilst their results will still show on the site there will be further suppliers and more competition. Ultimately comparison services either work or fail based on the prices so the more suppliers we can offer the better.”

They continued: “this new system also includes an auto update facility; whenever carhire.co.uk increases either their list of suppliers or change any of their locations this will take automatically update on our system also saving us future administration time.”

The comparison site had recently released a press statement confirming that new partners were being sourced and invited applications and have already confirmed that several further press releases regards new services will follow in the next few weeks as new business contracts lead to developments and inclusions on the site.

Cheap.co.uk started out originally in the travel extras market but moved into the financial and insurance markets with comparisons on all product ranges. Car hire, airport parking and travel insurance were the initial services compared on the site and the have always appeared interested in improving the services offered.

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