This is part two of our series on the special offers and discounts we have available in car rental deals this month. March is here and the weather might begin to cool down, but our deals are still sizzling! We have a two part series of deals this month since there are so many great offers and specials. You can book your next car rental with us online, over the phone, or on our new Budget app. Every which way, Budget Australia offers you great prices, convenience, and a variety of vehicle choices.. Budget Australia Car rental has all different types of vehicles to help you get around when travelling in Australia including cars, trucks, 4WD vehicles and more! Find all of this month’s discount codes, special offers, and details on our website: Budget.com.au. You can be sure that there is a special pricing offer available at almost every Budget location in all states in Australia. Some of these special offers are regional and some discounts are available throughout Australia and some are regional or in certain states or territories. In part one of this series, we featured the following deals: the 5th day free on 5 or more day rentals, a free upgrade on rentals for 2 or more days, 3rd weekend day free for a longer weekend, and Qantas points. Now, in part two, our featured car hire deals are:$10 off when renting for 3 days or more, Maxi Cosi Prams in Tasmania, and a North Queensland special offer. As always, get a free upgrade when you sign up for our email newsletter to get deals delivered to your inbox and download our new mobile app for added convenience for car hire at your fingertips. Continue reading

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Australia is a diverse country with fantastic beaches, rainforests, deserts, forests, big cities, small towns and plenty of barren Outback. If you plan on visiting, it is recommended you go for at least several weeks so that you can give yourself the chance to explore it all. There is no better way to explore Australia than by renting a car. However, that is easier said than done in Australia; as they are one of 64 countries in the world where the people drive on the left hand side of the road.

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