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rental car for 3 with 2 sets of golf clubs

Old Jun 9th, 2003, 05:06 PM
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rental car for 3 with 2 sets of golf clubs

Can some of you suggest what size car will be good for 3 adults and 2 sets of golf clubs (+luggage). I keep reading we should get the smallest because of roads and driving conditions, but what would be best to accomodate us all? Thanks
 
Old Jun 9th, 2003, 08:04 PM
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If you go to AutoEurope.com you can rent a mid-sized car. We usually get an Alfa Romeo. We've driven all over on tight roads and never had a problem. The thought of a tiny car because of the tight roads is really nonsense. We drive on paved donkey paths on Ischia and pass big huge tour buses.
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Old Jun 10th, 2003, 04:29 AM
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I'm going to have a friendly disagreement with Ann and say that an Alfa Romeo would be big enough for 3 adults only sans the golf clubs. With clubs, go for a full-size vehicle. Bon Voyage.
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Sue, The trunk was quite large. We could easily fit 5 adults in the car. You are right, a full sized car would be fine, too. My point was that huge buses go on these tiny roads and gharborwa shouldn't think they have to get a compact car because of the roads.
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