Can you vacation in US without a car?
I've seen a lot of it, and I don't recommend it unless you are
going to one place for one reason...like Anaheim for Disney or
Orlando where you can get around in courtesy shuttles. If you are
used to a European bus service, you might find that in the big
cities, but to get anywhere else it's train or Greyhound bus. New
York City or LA you should be fine because of the buses and subway.
Portland Oregon too. But, if you want to see the Great Southwest or
tour the Civil War battlefields, you need a car. Fortunately car
rental is pretty cheap.
You could also stay at an all inclusive resort in places like Disney World where transportation is provided from the time you get off the plane until you go home.
The rules generally include a provision that you get approval for vacation time off by requesting it in advance and providing the dates you will be out so the employer can plan for adequate coverage during your absence. Deciding on your own to take a vacation and simply not showing up for work can be reason for dismissal.
This answer is simple. Car hiring companies rent out cars mainly for tourists who wish to use such vehicle during their stay/vacation. If someone were to be looking for car hiring companies in Spain, it is probably because they are planning a rental or a vacation in Spain. They might also want to use a car for business or personal reasons other than vacation.
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