There is no better way to see everything Lafayette has to offer than by getting behind the wheel of your Alamo rental car. Stop wasting your vacation waiting on the bus, or being nickel and dimed with ride-shares or taxis. Having your own car allows you to go to the areas you want to see the most, whenever you want. Make your upcoming vacation to Indiana even more enjoyable with an Alamo car rental.
Lafayette is a perfect destination when you want to get away from hustle and bustle of a big city. With everything there is to see and do, you'll need your own vehicle to see as much as you can during your stay. And if you need to mix it up from Lafayette's easy-going vibes, then jump in the driver's seat of your Alamo rental car and see what else is out there.
CarRentals.com works with several of the top dealers. Alamo opened its doors in 1974 and introduced the concept of Unlimited Free Mileage. Alamo strives to provide low-cost, high-value rentals to leisure and family travelers.
CarRentals.com strives to get you the lowest rates, whether you reserve your vehicle. However, reserving your car ahead of your visit can help you save even more. Make sure to read the mileage policy and keeping it to one driver will reduce your expense.
You'll need to present your driver's license and a credit card in your name.
Alamo's minimum age to rent a car in Lafayette is 21. Take time to go over Alamo's policies, as there could be additional fees if you are under 25 or for higher category vehicles in particular.
That depends on how many people you are traveling with and what you'll be doing when you visit Lafayette. Economy or compact vehicles are easier to park and great for short commutes. Commute times in Lafayette are around 27 minutes, so you may find a SUV or mid-size car provides a more comfortable ride. If you want to lower your emissions and save on gas, then choose a hybrid vehicle. Those looking for a touch of extravagance on their Lafayette trip can choose the premium category for a car like an Audi A4 or Cadillac XTS or similar.
You are required to have insurance before you rent from Alamo in the United States. Many of the major credit card issuers (MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover) usually provide some coverage. But many of them have prohibitions, such as not covering larger vehicles, like trucks or SUVs. Make sure to find out by calling your credit card company to find out what kind of coverage is offered before you head to Lafayette. Additionally, as a U.S. citizen, you can book Collision Damage Coverage through CarRentals.com at checkout.
Alamo does require a deposit when you reserve your rental car. Alamo will block the deposit on your credit once you book your car for your trip to Lafayette. Please note that the deposit can vary greatly based on the make and model of the vehicle.
We suggest a full to full policy. You pick up your Alamo rental with a full tank, and you will want to refuel up to the amount you picked the car up with. To avoid any added expenses, it is best to find a gas station before you bring the car back to Alamo. Stations near airports or car rental places tend to have higher prices.
Lafayette's small-town atmosphere definitely is charming, however you may want to take to the road again after you've checked off all the activities in Lafayette. If you are hoping to add some excitement to your Lafayette trip, you can also go to Tropicanoe Cove and enjoy a day riding the park's attractions.
Alamo offers one-way rentals in most cases. You may find it easier to return your rental car at a different Alamo. Be aware there may be an additional fee when you choose one-way.
With so much to do and see in Lafayette, having your own auto lets you explore at your own pace. When you are ready to see more of Indiana, you can drive wherever you like, without waiting for your ride to pick you up or memorizing a bus schedule.
Before your next business or leisure venture, book your Alamo Lafayette rental car and zip off to take in all the must-see sights at your own pace. Reserve with CarRentals.com and drive the streets in Lafayette, Indiana.