As is the case with every average bulgarian you too most probably own a car and do not tend to think about car rentals. But what would you do if one night your windows are lit by the warm, soft light of your burning car, you just parked outside? Your first normal reaction would be to call the fire department as well as the police (or just call 112). This most probably won't save your car. The firetrucks arrive within the first seven to ten minutes after the call. Your car thou is going to be reduced to a steaming, burned down pile of metal within the first five minutes, as shown by a popular TV experiment. What happens next? If your car has insurance, you can only hope that it covers incineration, so that you can get your hands on the insurance money after a month or two and start looking for another car. If your car is not insured or your insurance does not cover fire damage, all you can do is hope that the authorities do their job, catch the person responsible and sentence him to pay for the damage he caused. This would be very nice but not here. As it turns out the authorities capture the evildoers only to let them go after they pay the bail amount of 370 euro. In both cases you are left with no car for some time.
In such troubled times you can't help it but think about a better alternative of your own car. One such alternative is offered by the car rentals in Bulgaria. The hire car is comfortable and no trouble at all. It gets the job done and is as cheap as any new lease car. And in case it gets burned down the car rental takes care of the matter. As for you, you get to choose another hire car for the next day. With other words - if your car burns down, get yourself a hire car.