We've made all our reservation for Hawaii--inter-island flights and accomodations--but we're unsure how to best go about renting a car. We've actually never rented a car before... We're going to Kauai and Molokai. I'm assuming we should book ahead. Is it better to use the major agencies and book online, or would we get a better deal by contacting the agencies on the island directly? What's an average price for car rentals on these islands? Is booking a car like booking a flight, where the price fluctuates based on when you book? There's only two of us, so we're interested in something small and inexpensive. Thanks for any advice.
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