Car rental is expensive in Spain.
The average monthly cost for a car rented from an internet-based platform is about €1,600.
In the past, car rental was offered by a Spanish company, called AutoCar, that has since been acquired by German car rental giant Carrefour.
The new Carrefours website, which is set to launch in the coming weeks, will allow car rental users to book their vehicles directly from their phone, with no need for internet-connected devices.
The website will also allow users to pay the car rental company directly, avoiding the need for a payment card or online payment services.
The company says the service will allow its customers to book cars for a minimum of €1 a day.
Car rental fees in Spain vary by region.
In northern Spain, the average cost is around €1.40 per day.
In central and southern Spain, it’s about €2.00 a day, while in the south, it costs around €3.00.
But the cost of renting a car is still higher than in other European countries, which include France, Belgium, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.
In Portugal, it is around around €6 a day for a rental.