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Samuels Luxury Vehicle Hire - New Zealand
 

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Luxury Car Hire in New Zealand, with depots in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington and Queenstown, NZ
 
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All Costs below are in NZD

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • Free delivery in airport and city locations.
  • Immaculate, late model vehicles.
  • Insurance cover to meet your needs.
  • Free GPS units with every hire.
  • Complimentary airport meet and greet service.
  • Itinerary and activity planning advice.
  • PA system and Kruse audio available.
  • Luggage trailers, snow chains and child seats available.



MINIMUM AGE:
25 years for all vehicle type.

KILOMETRES:

  • For People Movers Prestige Range from 1 & 2-4 Days Rates include 150 free kms per day - $0.50 per each km thereafter
    For People Movers - 5-7 Days & 8+ Days Rates include Unlimited kms per day
  • For People Movers Executive Range from 1 & 2-4 Days Rates include 150 free kms per day - $0.40 per each km thereafter
    For People Movers - 5-7 Days & 8+ Days Rates include Unlimited kms per day

DRIVING LICENCE:
All intending drivers must present a valid full New Zealand Driving Licence, or acceptable overseas licence which is in English. A current International Driving Licence must accompany driving licences issued in a language other than English. There is no extra charge for additional drivers. Minimum rental age and other requirements for additional drivers will be the same as for the renter. Additional authorised drivers must be notified to Samuels and listed on the rental agreement at the time of delivery.
Special Notes: A full car drivers licence is sufficient to drive these vehicles.

ADDITIONAL DRIVER:
Includes in rates.Additional authorised drivers must be notified to Samuels and listed on the rental agreement at the time of delivery.

MINIMAL RENTAL DURATION:
One day = 24 hours. After 3 extra hours, a full day will be charged.

EXTRAS:
Child seats / restraints, chains and luggage trailers are available by arrangement.

  • Luggage Trailer - $40 per day
  • Child Seats and Booster Seats - $60 per hire

RELOCATION FEES:
There may be additional costs for a one way hire, this is quoted on a hire by hire basis.

ONE WAY HIRE:

Hire
Commencement
Hire
End
Hire
Period
Repositioning
Fee
Hire
Period
Repositioning
Fee
Auckland Rotorua
Over 7 Days
NZD $250
Under 7 Days
NZD $250
Auckland Wellington
Over 7 Days
NZD $250
Under 7 Days
NZD $500
Auckland Christchurch
Over 7 Days
NZD $250
Under 7 Days
NZD $500
Auckland Queenstown
Over 7 Days
No Fee
Under 7 Days
NZD $250
Queenstown Auckland
Over 5 Days
No Fee
Under 5 Days
No Fee
Queenstown Christchurch
Over 5 Days
NZD $250
Under 5 Days
NZD $250
Queenstown Wellington
Over 5 Days
NZD $250
Under 5 Days
NZD $500
Christchurch Auckland
Over 3 Days
No Fee
Under 3 Days
NZD $250
Christchurch Queenstown
Over 5 Days
NZD $250
Under 5 Days
NZD $350
Christchurch Wellington
Over 7 Days
NZD $250
Under 7 Days
NZD $500
wellington All Main Centres
Over 7 Days
NZD $250
Under 7 Days
NZD $500

INSURANCE:
Standard insurance is included with each vehicle with a damage excess of $2500. This can be reduced to $500 for an additional $35 per day on hires of 5 days or over. For hires of 1 – 4 days we are able to reduce the excess to $500 for an additional $50 per day.

CHAUFFEUR SERVICE:
We can provide a professional, qualified chauffeur to compliment our luxury rental service, perfect for business or sightseeing. Contact us for hourly rates.

VEHICLE PICK UP & DROP OFF:
As standard we will deliver and pick-up in Auckland City and the Airport free of charge. On request we will deliver and pick up at locations throughout New Zealand at a pre negotiated rate.

PAYMENT:
Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club & American Express cards. On confirmation of your booking we will require a 10% deposit to secure your vehicle.

CANCELLATIONS:

Cancellation Policy
For all vehicles upon confirmation 30% of the total rental amount
Within 14 DAYS prior to the rental 80% of the total rental amount
Within 0 to 24 hours prior to the rental (No Show) 100% of the total rental amount

Please note: Prices are subject to change without notice.

 
 
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New Zealand Information


New Zealand, also known in the native Maori language as Aotearoa, is a temperate to sub-tropical island nation in the South Pacific Ocean. A former British colony, it has a population mainly of European descent, with a sizeable indigenous Maori minority and smaller minorities of various Polynesian and other groups.

A modern but sparsely populated country, it boasts natural beauty and a wide range of outdoor and adventure activities.

Islands


New Zealand consists of the two main islands, North and South, and a number of smaller ones:

    * North Island - Warm, with scenery ranging from sandy beaches, through rolling farmland and forests to active volcanic peaks with bubbling mud pools.

    * South Island - Spectacular mountains and fjords, large beech forests, beautiful beaches, large glaciers.

    * Stewart Island - Heavily forested, a wilderness paradise for trampers with wonderful bird song and the only place to a see a sun-bathing (feathered) kiwi on Masons Beach!

    * Chatham Islands - One of the most remote parts of the world. Some of the worlds most Rare and endangered birds, plants and insects. Unique Tree carvings done by the peaceful Moriori people hundreds of years ago.

    * Sub-Antarctic Islands - Now wildlife preserves, these islands are very difficult to get to unless you're on a scientific expedition or deep sea fishing vessel.

Cities


It's the country that's magnificent in New Zealand and we only list nine of the most prominent settlements. Here they are from north to south:

North Island:

    * Auckland - "The City of Sails" - largest and most populated conurbation, with over a million in the metropolitan area, making it the largest in Polynesia by far
    * Hamilton - 128km south of Auckland, capital of the Waikato, home to the Chiefs (super 14 rugby) and the Magic ( ANZ cup netball). Leafy. Recently voted the world's fourteenth least cycle-friendly city (above Mexico City but below Jakarta).
    * Tauranga - known for its great weather, sun and beach Tauranga is a great holiday spot.
    * Rotorua - famous for Maori culture, geysers, hot pools and that funny "rotten egg" (sulphur dioxide) smell
    * Wellington - the national capital, also known as "The Windy City" - Parliament and the Beehive and the wonderful, free Te Papa museum

South Island:

    * Nelson - safe and friendly, with New Zealand's highest sunshine hours. Nelson is the geographic centre of the country and surrounded by three stunning national parks, vineyards and orchards
    * Christchurch - The Garden City and the Air Gateway to Antarctica
    * Queenstown - adrenalin and adventure capital of the world, where you can skydive, bungy jump, jet-boat, thrill yourself to your hearts content
    * Dunedin - the Edinburgh of the South, proud of its Scots heritage, chocolate factory, Southern Albatross colony and its wonderful tramping tracks within a short drive from the CBD
    * Invercargill - the southernmost city and one of the very few places to see a living Tuatara

Other destinations


    *  Taranaki - Mountain to Sea! The stand alone near perfect cone of the majestic Mount Taranaki guards over this province of rugged black sand coast line with world class surf beaches.
    * Taupo - Very popular tourist destination, largest lake in the Southern Hemisphere and a centre for adventure sports, sailing and fishing.
    * Havelock North - a great base for exploring the Hawkes Bay wineries, and home to Te Mata peak
    * Hokianga - Pristine, unspoilt, untouched and untamed, this rural region features many cultural and natural attractions.
    * Blenheim - Grape vines to the horizon with sauvignon blanc to die for
    * Kaikoura - Great for whale watching, Kaikoura also attracts the largest concentration and variety of seabirds on mainland New Zealand including 13 species of Albatross, 14 varieties of Petrels and 7 types of Shearwater.
    * Southern Alps - stretching the length of the South Island, these imposing mountains are great for mountain climbing, sightseeing and skiing.
    * Aoraki/Mount Cook - New Zealand's highest mountain. Walking, kayaking, skiing, scenic flights and mountaineering are on offer.
    * Omarama - World famous gliding destination.
    * Milford Sound and Fiordland - New Zealand's largest National Park and one of the largest in the world. The park, together with the adjoining Mount Aspiring National Park, occupies the south west corner of the South Island and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Time zones


New Zealand Standard Time is 12 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). New Zealand utilises daylight saving in summer. From 30 September 2007, daylight saving hours will be changed to extend the period to 27 weeks. It commences at 2am on the last Sunday in September (clocks go forward an hour) and ends at 2am on the first Sunday in April (clocks go back