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The address of the current location 'New York: East 80Th Street': 305 East 80Th Street, Manhattan, Ny10019., USA.
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Car hire system OrangeSmile.com offers vehicles for rent at the rental location 'New York: East 80Th Street'. We carefully maintain largest up-to-date database with actual offers from most of the rental suppliers in USA. Due to this, we are able to find the best and cheapest rental options for your specified location and dates.
Reservation can be done in three fast and simple steps - search by your dates and location in USA, select a car, and input your personal data. Upon reception of your order, we will send you a confirmation voucher by email. Before completing your reservation, please check the rental conditions of the selected car carefully.
Upon arrival to the 'New York: East 80Th Street' rental office, please provide your confirmation voucher, driving license and credit card to an officer. The credit card is required for payment and deposit. The deposit amount is usually equivalent to the amount of the largest insurance franchise specified in your voucher.
Before leaving the office at the pick-up time, verify the invoice issued by the officer and compare the invoice data with the data in your voucher!
Car pick-up: inspect the car body, wheels, windows and interior for chips, scratches, dents and other defects. Validate that all found defects are described in your rental document.
We wish you a great driving experience on the roads of New York!
The Statue of Liberty. The Statue of Liberty is the symbol not only of New-York, but of the whole United States of America. The 46-meter copper statue was presented by the French. The idea belonged to the historian and writer Eduard de Laboulaye, who in 1865 suggested presenting the statue as a sign of friendship between France and America. Almost twenty years later, in 1886, it was installed.
The crown on the head of 'the Liberty' has seven beams that symbolize 7 oceans and continents. The first thing that sticks out is the torch, which in 1984 was changed for a new one. Despite the wide-spread rumor, it's impossible to get on it. For safety reasons the crown is also closed for visitors. But everyone can get to the scenic viewpoint on the 10th stage of the statue's pedestal. There everybody can look at the construction, projected by Eiffel. On the second floor takes place the exposition, telling us about the history of the statue.
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