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Has anyone had any experience with WheelsinEurope?

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They offer Renault Eurodrive short-term leases as well as car rentals. I am going on a study trip this summer and will need a one way car for a few months. I am picking up in Lyon and planning to drop off in Rome on the way back. I did a google search but did not find too many reviews about them, just wanted to make sure they are legit before my friends and I book.

My friends and I are also curious about Gasoline vs Diesel. I believe Diesel cars cost a little more but better on MPG, so does the MPG justify the higher price of the car?
http://www.wheelsineurope.com

Thank you for your input.

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