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Re: Transit advice on Relocation

Post by aspasp1 » Mon Aug 06, 2012 11:16 am

ask a friend and fill his tank...

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Re: Transit advice on Relocation

Post by abhimet » Tue Aug 07, 2012 10:57 am

Look for man with a Van, they should do it for you, and will cost similar to a cab (with bigger luggage space), I reckon around 70-100 EUR. If you want to rent, then you will have to come and drop the car back in Dublin, so that might be a hassle

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Re: Transit advice on Relocation

Post by piperlawson31 » Fri Aug 10, 2012 8:41 am

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Re: Transit advice on Relocation

Post by shalinith » Fri Aug 10, 2012 8:57 am

Your cheapest option is to find a friend with a big car like an estate or a van as it seems like you have very few items to move. Of course the friend needs to be willing to drive to your destination and back and you should cover the cost of petrol and overnight stay if required.

Next best option would be find a man with a van as someone else already suggested. Google the words "man with a van" and ring around.

Renting a car may be expensive unless you are going to bring it back to Dublin and make your own way to Laois after the stuff has been moved. Also you will need to hire a big enough car depending upon how many bags and electronic items you have.

Just hiring a taxi from a regular taxi company is not likely to cheap and they will not be much impressed with you for loading up the taxi with your stuff. Taxi companies expect to carry people and a few bags, not help move house.

Professional moving companies are best when you have some furniture etc. Otherwise they are not worth the expense.

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Re: Transit advice on Relocation

Post by seraph » Fri Aug 10, 2012 9:25 am

I will move your things for Euros 70.00. I have 7 seater Opel Zafira and lives in Co. Laois. If you are interested call me on 057 8635980 or 0872896415.

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Re: Transit advice on Relocation

Post by avaleach » Mon Jan 07, 2013 6:41 am

I hope you have safely relocated to your place. In future if you need to relocate you can rent a van in Dublin and will get a man to move your things.
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http://www.vanquotes.ie/blog/man-with-a-van-in-dublin

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Re: Transit advice on Relocation

Post by rosewinslet410 » Mon Mar 11, 2013 12:53 pm

I think for relocating from one place to another hiring a car is the better rather than hiring a taxi. Hiring a car is always affordable and you know the exact price before you head off on your long journey. In these days, people prefer for a better deal all the time and car hire often works out cheaper than other public transport, especially when you are travelling on long distant places.
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Re: Transit advice on Relocation

Post by topremoval » Thu Mar 14, 2013 7:09 am

From my point of view hiring a taxi is the best option for you to travel and to take some belongings with you.

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Re: Transit advice on Relocation

Post by rosewinslet410 » Fri Mar 15, 2013 9:37 am

Testing of rental cars for family vacations while car hiring in Ireland
Hiring a bus for traveling is not a complex thing but it can become a bad experience to you if you are not doing a proper online test about it, because now a day’s bus hiring has become very common and famous business
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Re: Transit advice on Relocation

Post by ashtonagar » Thu Dec 26, 2013 6:51 am

Hey you can rent cars or vans for family vacations. The cost of these private vans are not so high. However the option of bus has also there for rent. It will occupy all your luggage easily and make safer your relocation visit.

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