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If you want to see everything La Palma has to offer, there is no better way to do so from behind the wheel of a rental car from Hertz. Stop spending your vacation waiting on the bus, or wasting money here and there with ride-shares or taxis. When you have access to your own ride, you can go wherever you want to go, whenever you want. Make your upcoming trip to Spain even more enjoyable with a Hertz rental car.
With everything to do and see in and around , you'll want to explore more than your hotel room during your stay. Whether you have to check out that new cafe across town or check out some of the local hot spots, you'll need your own vehicle to explore as much as you can during your getaway. Whatever you end up doing in , if you wish to get the most out of your visit, having access to your own set of wheels is key.
We work with some of the most dependable car rental companies in the industry. Hertz has over a hundred years of car rental experience and a fleet including many of the most popular in the business, like Hyundai and Kia. With Hertz history and thousands of franchises globally, you know you'll be in some great hands.
CarRentals.com strives to get you the best price, no matter when you book. However, booking your car ahead of time can help you save even more. Be sure to keep the car under one driver's name and go over the mileage policy to avoid any unexpected fees.
You'll need to present credit card, as well as your driver's license.
Most suppliers in La Palma set the minimum age to rent a car at 21. Some rentals, especially higher category vehicles (luxury, SUVs, etc.), may have an added fee if you are under 25. Make sure to review Hertz's policy to know what the total cost is before you book.
That depends on how many people you are traveling with and what activities you want to do in La Palma. Compact or economy cars are easier to park and great for short commutes. If you are traveling with coworkers, then a SUV or a sedan is going to have enough room for all of you and be a more comfortable ride on longer drives. Those looking for a little luxury on their getaway can choose a higher-end car model like a Mercedes C-Class or Cadillac XTS or similar.
In Spain you do need to have insurance before you rent from Hertz. Many of the major credit card issuers (MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover) usually cover your car rental. However, many of them have restrictions, such as not covering bigger vehicles, like trucks or SUVs. It is best to call your credit card company and find out what kind of coverage is offered before you head to . Additionally, as a U.S. citizen, you can also book Collision Damage Coverage through CarRentals.com at checkout.
Hertz requires a deposit when you book your rental car. Hertz will block the deposit on your credit once you reserve your car for your trip. Please note that the deposit will vary greatly depending on the model and make of the rental.
We advise a full to full policy. You pick up your Hertz rental with the needle at "F". But, if you return your rental with less than the amount that you received it with, most companies will charge a premium to top it back off. For a cheaper rate, it is best to fill up your tank before you bring it back to Hertz.
La Palma definitely has its charms, but you may want to take to the road again after you've checked off all the activities here.
Hertz offers one-way rentals in most cases. You may find it more convenient to drop off your rental at another Hertz. Be aware there may be an additional fee when you pick one-way.
With so much to do and see in La Palma, having your own ride lets you explore at your own pace. When you're ready to discover more of Spain, you can go when you want to, without having to coordinate ride-hailing services or spend time waiting for the bus.
Before your next business or leisure venture, book your Hertz La Palma rent-a-car and take off to all the items on your itinerary at your own pace. Reserve through CarRentals.com and hit the highway in La Palma, Spain.