Car rental in Taiwan is a relatively new business, and is usually offered through a website.
But for some, that means it’s often a lot easier than renting a car outright.
Taiwan has become known for its high quality of life, but many are also aware that its a lot cheaper than the rest of the world.
Taipei is home to over 1.2 million people, which makes it one of the most expensive cities to live in.
In fact, the average monthly salary in Taipei is around RMB 4,500 ($1,800).
But not all people want to rent a car, even though they pay a lot more than people in other cities.
Some are also looking for a way to save money.
“I think most of us would like to have the same experience as people who have a house, where we don’t have to pay for gas, electricity, and water,” said Jiaqiang Wang, owner of a car rental business in Taiyuan, which specializes in rentals.
He said the majority of his business comes from students, who often take out student loans.
The company that rents cars is called car rental firm Taiyun Tairiao.
But, as we mentioned, the company is also a car-rental business.
And not all of their cars are used for business.
Some customers simply want to use them as a vacation vehicle, Wang said.
“We are renting cars for people who want to spend their time outside of the city,” he said.
“And when they want to go to the beach, we can rent a lot of them.”
We talked to more than a dozen people about how they use their cars.
Here’s what we learned.
What are the rules of car rental in Taiyo?
We visited some of the rental sites in Taiyang, a city in Taiwan’s southern province of Yunnan, and spoke with customers about the rules they follow.
We asked them about their expectations of the car they rent, how much they’re willing to pay, and how much it costs.
Here are some of their comments:What they doWhen a car is rented, they usually check it for defects first.
“If we have a problem, we take it to the dealer,” said a 30-year-old woman surnamed Liu.
“Then, they will tell us about it and make a recommendation.”
“We often do repairs,” added the woman, who identified herself only as Zhang.
“Sometimes, we need to take the car out for a few days.
Then, we’ll take it back.”
Another person who rented a car said he would usually pay for repairs in installments.
“I usually don’t go through with the repairs,” said Zhang, who is also studying in Taiwan.
“In some cases, we may need to pay more money to fix something.”
The company uses a credit card to pay the rent.
When a customer is not in a hurry to rent their car, they use a credit cards for the repairs.
But it’s important to note that the cardholder has to give the company a receipt for each rental, and that the company will not be able to charge the credit card company.
For instance, the credit cards used to rent cars in Taiyuang and in Taiyan were not linked to any account information.
So, if a customer was not able to rent the car because the credit was not linked, the car was not rented and it would not be covered by the car rental company’s insurance policy.
How much is the rent?
The price of a rental car varies depending on the size of the vehicle.
A two-seater sedan would cost around Rmb3,200 ($2,200) a day, according to a car listing on Taobao, a Chinese online marketplace.
A four-seated SUV would cost RMB4,200 a day.
A one-seaters SUV would typically cost Rmb4,800 ($5,800), while a two-wheeler would cost $5,900.
But, most people who rent cars say the price is very reasonable.
They say they get about 50 percent more per hour for a rental, depending on how many hours they’re able to stay on the road.
“It’s not much,” said the 29-year old woman surnames Wang.
“The only difference is that I can spend less time on the highway.
It’s better if I rent it on the way to work.”
We spoke to one car rental person who was willing to rent for about six months.
But he said he was able to save about half of his annual salary by renting the car.
And he said the car is very reliable.
“Every time I have a rental in, I go to work, and I’m not in such bad shape that I want to cancel it,” he told The Local.
“Besides, I like to rent in Taiwan because it’s cheaper than in the U.S..”
Do I need a credit or a car insurance?