Car rental VS. Car rent


Car rental VS. Car rent


I think that rental and rent as a noun are interchaneable for the same meaning in the phrases. What do you experts think? Or do you have good examples where they are interchaneable for the same meaning? 


Thank you so much as usual. 

asked Jun 07 '13 at 06:39 Hans Contributor

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The same principle applies to a home. You have a rental property. You pay rent. You can't pay rental. In essence, Patty is correct.

link comment answered Jun 08 '13 at 02:51 Laurence Pollwade New member

I agree with Patty T, although in the UK we are more likely to call it car hire or hire car!

link comment answered Jun 08 '13 at 02:38 Aileen Stewart New member
Rental vehicles are possessed by the rental organization and are kept up, overhauled and guaranteed by them. Rental organizations profit from leasing the same vehicle again and again. Renting funds a solitary vehicle for the term of the agreement with a solitary client or organization. Renting organizations likewise own the vehicle. My name is santhosh I'm worikng car hire kochi I think my answers is helpful you.The client starts the vehicle demand by determining and requesting the real vehicle they require and can choose their shading decision and other particular alternatives. The vehicle is requested and the renting organization purchases it from a vehicle supplier/merchant and afterward rents it to the client close by the quality included administrations. Rental is not a type of vehicle financing (or working lease) while renting is. Lease monetary installments are anything but difficult to ascertain utilizing an all around characterized recipe (utilized all through the renting business). The figuring of alternate administrations offered by the renting organization will give them the aggressive edge. Rental organizations have a vehicle exit arrange as well yet they are not fixing to a client contract with reference to when this happens and rather can pick the ideal time to remarketing the vehicle relying on its age, condition, mileage, economic situations and resource esteem.
link comment answered Feb 12 '16 at 06:48 Santhosh New member

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