Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

Relocation special rates in time for school hols

For Immediate Release
September 15 2005

Maui & Britz offer Relocation special rates s offered in time for school Holidays

Parents who are planning to head away with the kids this coming for the school holidays can do it for as little as $10 a day thanks to this year should check out the special vehicle relocation rates s being offered by Maui Motorhomes and Britz Campervans. Rentals before booking anything. The offer from Maui and Britz, rentals companies owned by Tourism Holdings Limited, means that travel from Christchurch to Auckland or Wellington to Auckland can cost as little as $10 per day.

Maui and Britz have motorhomes, campervans and rental cars in Christchurch and Wellington and they want them relocated north to Auckland in time for the busy summer season.

The special rates are fcar rentals in the South Island and Wellington that need to be relocated to Auckland in time for the summer months. So for travel between 15 September 15 and 31 October 31 and are priced at they are offering specials of $10 per day to rent a vehicle for up to four days, or $25 per day for hirers wanting to take a little longer - between four and eight days - to make the trip..

Included in the offer is Customers are also being offered a free tank of fuel, free diesel recovery tax and, for location fees and those customers travelingtraveling up from Christchurch there's will also be offered free ferry tickets for the vehicle and driver.

Vehicle insurance will be added - either a $600 credit card bond or an excess reduction option of $8 per day.

Flights are not included.

This offer is open to all THL Business Partners. Vehicle type and dates are subject to Tourism Holdings Limited relocation needs.

Book now by calling 0800 651 080 or (09) 275 9090.

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Paymark: Lockdown Equals Slowdown For Some

The three days of lockdown for Auckland earlier this month made a clear impression on our retail spending figures. While only Auckland moved into Level 3 lockdown, the impact was felt across the country, albeit at different levels. Looking at the ... More>>

Infrastructure Commission: Te Waihanga Releases Report On Water Infrastructure

The New Zealand Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga’s latest discussion document highlights the importance of current reforms in the water sector. Its State of Play discussion document about water infrastructure is one of a series looking at the ... More>>

Sci-Tech: Perseverance Rover Lands On Mars – Expert Reaction

NASA has landed a car-sized rover on the red planet to search for signs of past life. The vehicle has more instruments than the four rovers preceding it, and it’s also carrying gear that could help pave the way for human exploration of Mars. The ... More>>

ALSO:


ASB: Quarterly Economic Forecast Predicts OCR Hike As Early As August 2022

Predictions of interest rate rises have been brought forward 12 months in ASB’s latest Quarterly Economic Forecast. Chief Economist Nick Tuffley now expects the RBNZ to begin raising the OCR from its current level of 0.25% as early as August ... More>>

ACT: Matariki Almost A Half Billion Dollar Tax On Business

“Official advice to the Government says an extra public holiday at Matariki could cost almost $450 million,” ACT Leader David Seymour can reveal. “This is a perfect example of the Prime Minister doing what’s popular versus what’s responsible. ... More>>

Genesis: Assessing 6,000 GWh Of Renewable Generation Options For Development By 2025

Genesis is assessing 6,000 GWh of renewable generation options for development after starting a closed RFP process with 11 partners. Those invited to participate offer a range of technologies as Genesis continues to execute its Future-gen strategy to ... More>>

OECD: Unemployment Rate Stable At 6.9% In December 2020, 1.7 Percentage Points Higher Than In February 2020

The OECD area unemployment rate was stable at 6.9% in December 2020, remaining 1.7 percentage points above the level observed in February 2020, before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the labour market. [1] In December, the unemployment rate was also stable ... More>>

Stats NZ: Unemployment Drops To 4.9 Percent As Employment Picks Up

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 4.9 percent in the December 2020 quarter, from 5.3 percent in the September 2020 quarter, Stats NZ said today. Last quarter’s unemployment rate of 5.3 percent followed the largest increase observed ... More>>