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Let's go Chile

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Let's go Chile

Anyone ever travelled with this consolidator. We are planning a month in chile and are concerned of their validity which we have not been able to research.

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1. Re: Let's go Chile

Hi,

Can Chile and Bolivia covered in 7 days?

Thanks,

Gaurav

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2. Re: Let's go Chile

The answer is no. You could see something of Santiago and La Paz in that time. I would suggest choosing one or the other.

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I also am wondering about Lets Go Chile, They seem very responsive and have pretty good deals.

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Did anyone use Lets go Chile, and if so, how were they? We are considering using them also as the emails seem very helpful

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We just returned and we rented 3 cars (among family and friends) with Lets Go Chile. We all got an excellent deal, good cars with absolutely full insurance coverage, no deductible, a small compressor and a can of Fix -a- flat included in the standard package with them. WE NEEDED EVERY ONE OF THOSE AMENITIES. We rent every year and have never had those benefits with any other company.We had several flat tires,one from a nail and another from stone puncture on the dirt roads in the south ,we also had some minor dents and scrapes. We will rent with Andres Gabor and lets Go Chile again.

They also had the option, to rent at minimal cost a Chilean cel phone (you have to buy minutes but that was painless and easy) and a wireless entel stick/card that really worked well and several people in our group were able to work and manage their businesses on the computer even in the car which was really a life saver. GPS was also available but I did not use it although my sister did.

The catch is you pay in advance and risk a penalty (policy is fare and all spelled out ) if you cancel. We saved several hundred dollars each.

Edited: 13 December 2011, 20:41
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Thanks for your reply! We have also ended up using them and are very glad - after needing a replacement car on the first day (long story - nothing to do with LetsGoChile or the rental co) ,Andres has been super in sorting a replacement on the same day, arranging a new permit and offering road trip tips. We also got all the extras you mention and the full insurance. Would definitely recommend.

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We have also used Lets Go chile for our car rental. Andres has been extremely helpful and responsive (unlike most of the other car rental companies I contacted in Puerto Montt!). Whilst not the cheapest offer, they weren't far off, and there are no hidden extras with them. It is worth the extra few bucks for the quality of service and reassurance in case anything goes wrong.

Andres has also provided some tips for our trip which was really nice of him!

Would definitely recommend.

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