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We also offer additional services such as refueling before returning the vehicle which is included in the price when renting an economy class car or higher priced models but not included for economy class cars due to their fuel efficiency which makes them much cheaper to operate than other types of vehicles.
Bellevue is a city in the Eastside of King County, Washington, United States. It is one of many suburbs in the Seattle metropolitan area. The city’s population was 122,363 at the 2010 census, making it the 26th largest city in Washington State. The city’s urban downtown has earned it the nickname “the Bellevue Downtown Historic District” and is considered an example of a successful “new town” development.
Bellevue is a mix of suburban and urban geography. In its early years, Bellevue was known to be a “bedroom community” with little commercial development. Today, however, Bellevue is becoming more urbanized and dense as a result of increased condo and apartment construction in its downtown area near Lake Washington and Microsoft’s relocation to Bel-Red in 1991.
The City of Bellevue has planned for light rail transit since the 1980s; however, due to funding issues (specifically the lack of a donor), it will be another 20 years before these plans are completed.