By: Pagaspas Mini Transport
Summer time is upcoming and timely for company outing, group outing, family outing or reunion, and barkada tripping. Going through public transportation is less costly but may not be convenient as to time and space. Cars or vans for rent in the Philippines is a good choice for the luxury of time and convenience of space.
Plan your target venue for summer fun or out-of-town trip, get your head count, and choose the appropriate unit for your trip! The more the merrier and the cheaper for more pockets will share!
Hereunder are our available units under car or van for hire Philippines for routes with chauffeur or driver within Metro Manila, Baguio, La-Union, Isabela, Ilocos, Laguna, Batangas, Bicol, and other parts of the Philippines!
1. Toyota Hi-Ace Commuter 2014 Model – Diesel Philippines
Capacity: 14 seater plus driver
Track record: Tacloban City after Yolanda, Batangas, Quezon Province, Bicol Province, Antipolo City, Laguna, Tagaytay City, Guiuan Eastern Samar
(Toyota Hi Ace Commuter 2014 Model Philippines)
2. Toyota Innova J 2013 Diesel Model Philippines
Capacity: 7 seater plus driver
Track record: Baguio, La Union, Antipolo, Tacloban City after Yolanda, Batangas, Quezon Province, Bicol Province, Guiuan Eastern Samar,
(One year old Toyota Innova J 2013 model)
The above vehicles comes with a well-trained driver who would bring you safely to your destination and bring you home sound after your enjoyment. Cars and van for rent Philippines are well maintained by casa – Toyota dealer Philippines to ensure optimum performance and for your safety.
Car and van for hire rates Philippines
Our rental rates would vary depending on the type of vehicle, duration of the trip, and the target route as follows:
Gasoline for the duration of the trip, food and accommodation of the driver shall be for your account unless agreed upon.
For interested travelers, please feel free to contact the following:
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