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I’ve been updating the prices in our independent guide to car hire in order to take into account the reduced value of Sterling against the Euro and I’ve discovered a few surprises.

Some car hire firms have actually increased the Euro price quoted on their websites; an interesting marketing strategy. Most are unchanged which means the cost to British hirers has effectively increased.

But some have made significant reductions so that if you’re coming from Britain and want to hire a car while you’re in Tenerife, there’s no difference to the price you’ll pay now than the price you would have paid six months ago, despite the falling value of the pound. Which is very good news indeed.

However, the really good news is reserved for anyone travelling from the US to Tenerife and wanting to hire a car. With the reduction in prices, combined with the strength of the Dollar against the Euro, there are some fantastic bargains to be had. For example, you can now hire a car for a week from as little as US$109, and that’s with a company who gets consistently good feedback on its service.

We’ve done all the work for you; all you have to do is compare and decide.

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