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Car rental in France

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My wife and I are traveling in France next month, goin to spend a week in Burgundy. I know the local train in the valley is great, but we want a little more mobility and flexibility, so we're renting a car. Our thinking is that we arrive in Dijon by TGV from Paris, get a rental car at the train station, and then drive south to our hotel. Does that makes sense, and does anyone have any recommendations on car rental companies to use, or any other tips about the process? Also, I've been told that you save money by making the rental reservation before you leave, from the U.S. (where we live). Is this true? Thanks for any help!

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