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Cox & Kings offers 24*7 support crew with Self-Drive 365

Cox & Kings offers 24*7 support crew with Self-Drive 365

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Self-Drive 365 is the newest self-drive holiday vertical in India powered by Cox & Kings. With fascinating destinations, experiences, facilities and an assortment of cars and bikes on offer, Self-Drive 365 ensures a 24*7 competent and well-trained support crew for seamless booking process along with end-to-end trip planning.

While the insurance, rental documentation, trip itinerary, accommodation etc. will all be managed by Self-Drive 365 itself, explorers will also be provided with a detailed road trip guide besides other mechanical assistance.

Giving prime importance to the client’s convenience, the Self-Drive 365’s road trip advisor will first chat with them before charting the exclusive road trip.

Debolin Sen, Business Head, Self-Drive 365 said, “With a highly experienced expert panel, round-the-clock assistance, hassle-free paperwork and series of thematic routes, Self-Drive 365 is set to be the pioneer of self-drive tours in the country.”

The new segment aims to encourage travellers to discover and be a one-stop road trip planner while offering multiple thematic experiences ranging from adventure, leisure, wildlife, food, culture and history.

Explorers can choose from the long list of dream cars ranging from higher-end sedans to luxury SUVs or a wide range of motorbike brands in different countries such as India, the US, Spain, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand among other destinations.

Portrayed as the go-to platform for beginners who have low or no experience of self-drives, Self-Drive 365 allows customisation basis experiences, terrains and several enticing activities.

Speaking at the launch, Karan Anand, Head, Relationships, Cox & Kings said, “In line with the emergence of experiential travel, the market for self-drives is growing. Through this unique offering, we wish to ensure, our travellers don’t miss the important part of local exploration.”