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2015 Grand Vitara

$43/ day

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Chevy 2015 Sail

$39/ day

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Kia 2015 Sportage

$49/ day

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2014 Grand Vitara

$41/ day



FAQs

1What is Cuenca Car Share
First and foremost, we are not a rental car company. Our cars our privately owned and we expect our drivers to treat our cars as if they are borrowing a car from a friend or neighbor. We keep our prices much lower than rental car company’s, and we allow our driver’s to assume some responsibility. Driving in Ecuador is unpredictable! There are mudslides, extreme fog, aggressive drivers, speed bumps and many one way streets. So, our policy is: You break it, you fix it! Meaning in simple terms, while driving if the car breaks down, your security deposit is in jeopardy. Rest assured though, we do have roadside assistance and our cars are 2012 and newer. We also, have our cars serviced every 5000 kilometers. Ready to get started?
2How do I get a license?
As many things in Ecuador, the guidelines to getting a license change often. Please check the driving license section for information. If you would like further assistance, we have an excellent facilitator. Please contact us directly for more information.
3How does the pricing work?
We keep our prices as simple as possible; you can rent a vehicle by the day or week. In addition to the price for the car there is a kilometer charge. These prices do not include IVA. The cost covers insurance, maintenance and roadside assistance. The vehicle must be somewhat *clean, and with a full tank of gas. * up to a $15 cleaning fee may apply

We are Car Share

Ecuador’s roads are much improved from just a few years ago. Given the manageable size of the country, the low price of gasoline, and the ease of navigating on well-paved roads, it makes sense to travel by car and see the country, whether you’re planning a week-long vacation or longer, or just venturing out to a neighboring province or planning an overnight trip.

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We are Car Share

Ecuador’s roads are much improved from just a few years ago. Given the manageable size of the country, the low price of gasoline, and the ease of navigating on well-paved roads, it makes sense to travel by car and see the country, whether you’re planning a week-long vacation or longer, or just venturing out to a neighboring province or planning an overnight trip.

Read more

FAQs

1What is Cuenca Car Share
First and foremost, we are not a rental car company. Our cars our privately owned and we expect our drivers to treat our cars as if they are borrowing a car from a friend or neighbor. We keep our prices much lower than rental car company’s, and we allow our driver’s to assume some responsibility. Driving in Ecuador is unpredictable! There are mudslides, extreme fog, aggressive drivers, speed bumps and many one way streets. So, our policy is: You break it, you fix it! Meaning in simple terms, while driving if the car breaks down, your security deposit is in jeopardy. Rest assured though, we do have roadside assistance and our cars are 2012 and newer. We also, have our cars serviced every 5000 kilometers. Ready to get started?
2How do I get a license?
As many things in Ecuador, the guidelines to getting a license change often. Please check the driving license section for information. If you would like further assistance, we have an excellent facilitator. Please contact us directly for more information.
3How does the pricing work?
We keep our prices as simple as possible; you can rent a vehicle by the day or week. In addition to the price for the car there is a kilometer charge. These prices do not include IVA. The cost covers insurance, maintenance and roadside assistance. The vehicle must be somewhat *clean, and with a full tank of gas. * up to a $15 cleaning fee may apply

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