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Welcome to the Sixt NI official Facebook page. Check out our great deals here www.sixtni.co.uk We welcome any questions, suggestions or comments
Dear Fans, We appreciate your comments and your opinion. As this is an English speaking fan page, please only write in English, to ensure that all fans understand your comments. Please treat the other fans and the Social Media Team with respect. Offensive comments, racial slurs, calls to political protest and commercial advertising will be removed. The privacy of our fans and employees is also very important for us. Therefore we will delete any posts that contain private information such as booking/reservation numbers, credit card /Sixt Express numbers or other personal details. Founded in Munich in 1912, Sixt car rental company today is a worldwide mobility service provider, and still expanding steadily. In Germany and Austria, Sixt is already the market leader. Sixt rents top-class cars to its customers at very low prices. With the world's largest BMW and Mercedes Benz fleet, the latest models of top car makes, sports cars, convertibles, jeeps and trucks, Sixt meets the requirements of all its customers. Still fairly new to Northern Ireland, Sixt has established itself in four locations serving George Best Belfast City Airport, Belfast International Airport as well as Belfast Titanic Quarter and Newtownards
69 FB users likes Sixt Rent A Car NI, set it to 8 position in Likes Rating for Belfast, United Kingdom in Travel/leisure category
7 reasons why to work for Sixt 1. Sixt is the market leader. 2. Sixt is growing rapidly. 3. Sixt loves its customers. 4. Sixt loves innovation. 5. Sixt has entrepreneurs. 6. Sixt gives you responsibility quickly. 7. Sixt rewards performance.
Today saw the first frost of the year, so please drive carefully, with have some winter driving tips Get up a little bit earlier to give you time to prepare the car. Don't drive off like Lewis Hamilton with a tiny hole cleared in the windscreen. Clear all windows using a scraper and de-icer. Use a cigarette lighter to warm a key for a frozen lock. Don't breathe on the lock, as the moisture will condense and freeze. Plan routes to favour major roads which are more likely to have been cleared and gritted. Put safety before punctuality when the bad weather closes in. Allow extra time for winter journeys but be prepared for the inevitability of being late for work due to unexpected delay