Auto Rental in New Mexico


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Before you zip down to the Old Town starting line, you'll have a chance to train on the Segway, learning its quirks and how to fulfill your need for blisteringly moderate speed. After watching a video and trying a quick test spin, you'll set out for a dizzying circuit of downtown's paramounts and semi-paramounts, including the Natural History Museum, the Rio Grande Zoo, the Rio Grande itself, the bosque, the botanic gardens, Tingley Beach, and more. Each Segway bears a small handlebar bag for cameras, purses, or smoke bombs.
1816 Lomas Boulevard Northwest
Albuquerque,
NM
US
Scoot Over Albuquerque maintains a fleet of scooters that are 49 cubic centimeters, and patrons can rent them by the hour, the day, the week, or even the month. All that's required is a valid driver's license and the same basic skills used while riding a bike. Patrons can cruise down Route 66, toward the mountains, or to the casinos. New Mexico's laws don't require riders to wear helmets, but Scoot Over Albuquerque encourages the practice and stocks them in several colors.
118 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe,
NM
US
Scoot Over Albuquerque maintains a fleet of scooters that are 49 cubic centimeters, and patrons can rent them by the hour, the day, the week, or even the month. All that's required is a valid driver's license and the same basic skills used while riding a bike. Patrons can cruise down Route 66, toward the mountains, or to the casinos. New Mexico's laws don't require riders to wear helmets, but Scoot Over Albuquerque encourages the practice and stocks them in several colors.
2200 Sudderth Drive
Ruidoso,
NM
US
Albuquerque Indoor Karting plays host to open-wheeled, road-course racing action no matter the weather. A one-year membership (a $20 value) entitles holders to a $5 savings on each race, after the first two included with this deal. The fully covered racecourse boasts a series of twists and straights that demand a g-force junkie’s total attention. A single race (a $15 value) or "heat" consists of 12–18 laps and lasts up to 10 minutes or until an engine taps the mat in surrender. Three different types of karts supply the appropriate size and horsepower for drivers of all experience levels. Sporting a helmet sock (a $2 value) keeps noggin protectors clean for sharing purposes and makes an ideal chimney-hanging gift receptacle during certain holidays. At the snack bar, a trained gelatier makes fresh, cool treats daily, serving up a variety of gelato by the scoop (a $2.50 value).
5110 Copper Ave NE
Albuquerque,
NM
US
Winner of Ford Motor Company’s President’s Award for customer loyalty and service, Don Chalmers Ford keeps engines lubricated and boosts motor-vehicle virility with its stellar crude-swapping services. The diamond-studded smartphone of oil changes, “The Works Package” begins when an ASE-certified technician removes your car’s old, worn-out oil and replaces it with up to five quarts of Motorcraft premium synthetic-blend oil, renowned for its ability to protect the engine from corrosion, heat, and frizzy hair. In addition to the oil change, the auto enthusiasts at Don Chalmers also install a brand-new oil filter, rotate tires, and top off all fluids (except gasoline and chocolate milk) and administer a thorough vehicular checkup of the brakes, battery, air and cabin filters, belts, and hoses. Don Chalmers services all vehicular makes and models and doesn’t require an appointment, typically completing the automotive rejuvenation in less than an hour.
5200 Alameda Blvd NE
Albuquerque,
NM
US
The GM factory-trained technicians at Reliable Chevrolet and Reliable Nissan tinker and tweak with automobiles to help keep them running and rolling smoothly. During the oil and filter change (a $43.95 value), auto experts rejuvenate vehicles’ weathered insides with a bladder’s worth of fresh motor oil and a new oil-filtering kidney. The technicians will then execute a synchronized tire rotation (a $19.95 value) and multipoint safety inspection. To top off automobiles’ all-inclusive spa sessions, exteriors are meticulously primped and polished with a car wash (a $7 value). Patrons are free to bring in their four-legged, mechanical steeds in for service without having to schedule an appointment or sound a flugelhorn warning.
9901 Coors Boulevard Northwest
Albuquerque,
NM
US
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