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There is no better way to see everything Tulsa has to offer than by getting behind the wheel of your Hertz rental car. Stop wasting your vacation waiting on the bus, or being nickel and dimed with ride-shares or taxis. When you have access to your own car, you can go wherever you want to go, when you want. Make your next trip to Oklahoma more enjoyable with a Hertz rental car.
With nearly a half-million people, Tulsa is a city that has plenty going on. Many guests come to take advantage of Tulsa's local attractions. No matter what you choose to do first, you'll want to check out as much of Tulsa as you can during your road trip. And with your Hertz rental car, you'll be able to see and do more of what this city offers.
We work with the top car rental businesses in the industry. Hertz has over a hundred years of experience and a fleet featuring many of the most respected in the business, like Hyundai and Kia. With Hertz history and thousands of franchises globally, you know you will be in great hands.
We strive to get you the lowest price, no matter when you reserve your vehicle. However, reserving well ahead of your trip can help keep spending low. Be sure to check the mileage policy and keeping it to one driver will reduce your expense.
You'll need to bring credit card, as well as your driver's license.
Hertz's minimum age to rent a car in Tulsa is 21. Take time to go over Hertz's policies, as there could be limitations if you are under 25 in most cases or for higher category rentals in particular.
That depends on how many people you are traveling with and what activities you want to do in Tulsa. Compact or economy vehicles are ideal for short commutes and are easier to park. If you are traveling with coworkers, then a sedan or SUV will have more room and be a more comfortable ride on longer drives. Those looking for a little extravagance on their Tulsa getaway can choose a higher-end vehicle like a Mercedes C-Class or Cadillac XTS or similar.
You are required to have insurance before you rent a car from Hertz in the United States. Although many of the major card issuers, like American Express or MasterCard, offer some coverage, there are usually restrictions. For example, you may not be covered if you book a luxury or larger vehicle. Make sure to check credit card company's policy before you decide. Otherwise, as a United States citizen, you can also add on Collision Damage Coverage with CarRentals.com at checkout.
Hertz does require a deposit when you reserve your rental. Hertz will block the deposit on your credit once you book your vehicle for your trip to Tulsa. Please note that the deposit will vary greatly based on the model and make of the rental.
We encourage a full to full policy. You should receive your car with a full tank, and you will want to refuel up to the amount you picked the car up with. If you want to keep your expenses lower, it is best to find a filling station before you return the car to Hertz.
Tulsa has lots to keep you entertained, but you may want to drive to nearby cities to find out what else Oklahoma has to offer. You can explore the rest of the region free of mileage limits after you've checked off all the activities in Tulsa. If you are looking for more entertainment on your Tulsa trip, you can check out one of the two theme parks in the area. Embrace your inner child, or take the clan to Big Splash Water Park or Tulsa's Incredible Pizza Company.
Hertz offers one-way rentals in most cases. You may find it easier to return your rental car at a different location. Don't forget there may be an additional fee when you pick one-way.
With so much to do and see in Tulsa, having your own car lets you explore at your own pace. When you are ready to explore more of Oklahoma, you can go wherever you want to, without waiting for your ride to pick you up or looking through a bus schedule.
Before you head out of town, book your Hertz Tulsa car rental and zip off to take in all the must-do activities. Go through CarRentals.com and hit the open road in Tulsa, Oklahoma.