Car Rental vs Grab/Uber for getting around Ubud/Kuta/Seminyak in Bali

As above. I went to Bali 2 years back and remember it was quite challenging getting Grab/Uber to stop at popular tourist spots, as the taxi drivers are violent against them.

May I check whether it is still the same?

In addition, we are travelling long distance, say from Airport to Ubud. Will drivers be willing to take long trips?

Thanks!

Ensuring a car rental reservation is held i.e. that the agency has a car for your when you arrive

I recently booked a car through a price aggregator site. After booking, I immediately received an email stating a reservation confirmation number. When I arrived at the rental agency, they said they had no car for me and to call the price aggregator site. I did. They told me that there was no guarantee that the car would be held and that I would have to go elsewhere to book the car.

I haven’t read the fine print, but in the immediate FAQs and text of the email, no where does it say that the car will be not held.

I don’t want to have to read lengthy terms and conditions every time I book a car. Is there a sure fire, yet quick way to make sure that my car is held when I reserve it?

Are prices on car rental comparison sites the “real” price?

Are the prices on car rental price comparison sites (eg: Kayak, Expedia, etc) what you will really end up paying? Or are there a bunch of hidden “extras” or other additional charges that you will also need to budget for when planning a car rental?

It seems like we ended up spending a lot more than expected the last time we rented a car, and I’d like to know how to more accurately plan out a budget for such expenses when planning future vacations or trips.

If I pay for a rental car with points and the credit card only covers tax and deposit, is the card’s CDW in effect?

I have recently rented a car in the US that I paid for with Enterprise points. Usually I decline the CDW because my Chase card covers it when I pay. But when paying with points the “rental” is not actually charged to the card, just the tax and the deposit. In the Guide to Benefits they write that the condition for coverage is to “Initiate and complete the entire rental transaction using your card that is eligible for the benefit.” Which is the case, except that the rental transaction doesn’t include the cost of the rental, because it’s covered by points. Does anyone know how the credit card companies treat this type of case?

Q : Loops along with If-statements & else if statements | Rental Car Calculator Project (WHOLE DAYS ONLY)

At the prompt: “System.out.print(“What vehical would you like to rent?\n”); ” I can not figure out why when a number that is not 1-3 is entered it will not repeat the loop as I want OR display any input I’ve entered for the system.print

Second, I can not figure how to make an if statement only allowing the user to enter 1 or 0 when prompted: “System.out.println(“If there are any customer press 1 else press 0″);” Without making an error in my loop for summary data or counts.

package inter;  import java.util.InputMismatchException; import java.util.Scanner;  public class Inter { public static void main(String []args){ int count=0; int days; double DailyFee=0, NontaxTotal, CarType, Total,FullTotal=0; boolean F1 = false, F2 = false; Scanner in=new Scanner(System.in); System.out.println("If there are any customer press 1 else press 0"); int cus=in.nextInt();      while(cus!=0){         while(F1 == false) {             F1 = true;             count++;             System.out.print("What vehical would you like to rent?\n");             System.out.println("Enter 1 for an economy car");             System.out.println("Enter 2 for a sedan car");             System.out.println("Enter 3 for an SUV");             CarType = in.nextInt();             try {                 CarType = in.nextInt();                 if (CarType <= 0 || CarType >= 4) {                     System.out.print("Number must be 1-3\n");                     System.out.println("Please enter 1 for an economy car");                     System.out.println("Enter 2 for a sedan car");                     System.out.println("Enter 3 for an SUV");                     CarType = in.nextInt();                     F1 = false;                 } else {                      if (CarType == 1) {                          F1 = true;                           DailyFee=31.76;                 } else if(CarType == 2) {                         F1 = true;                           DailyFee=40.32;                 } else if(CarType == 3) {                         F1 = true;                           DailyFee=47.56;                 }                 while (F2 == false) {                     F2 = true;                     try {                          System.out.print("Please enter the number of days rented. (Example; 3) : ");                         days = in.nextInt();                          if (days <= 0) {                             System.out.println("Number of days must be more than zero");                             F2 = false;                         } else {                             days = in.nextInt();                             double x=days;                             NontaxTotal = (DailyFee * x);                             Total = (NontaxTotal * 1.06);                             FullTotal+=Total;                         }                     } catch(InputMismatchException ex) {                         System.out.println("Answer must be a number");                         F2 = false;                         in.next();                         }                     }                 }             } catch (InputMismatchException ex) {                 F1 = false;                 System.out.println("Answer must be a number");              }         }      }     in.close();     System.out.println("Count of customers : "+count);     System.out.printf("Total of the Day : $   %.2f",FullTotal); } 

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