If you want to see everything Nohgata has to offer, there is no better way to do so from behind the wheel of a rental car from Hertz. Stop wasting your vacation waiting on the bus, or wasting money here and there with ride-shares or taxis. When you have the keys to your own ride, you can go anywhere you want to go, when you want. Make your next vacation to Japan more enjoyable with a Hertz car rental.
CarRentals.com puts you in the driver seat
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 latest chophouse across town or try some of the local favorites, you'll want your own car to see and do as much as you can during your trip. Whatever you end up doing in , if you want to get the most out of your visit, having your own automobile is a must.
CarRentals.com works with many of the best companies. Hertz has over 100 years of experience and a fleet containing many of the most popular in the business, like Kia and Ford. With Hertz history and thousands of distributors globally, you will be well taken care of.
What you need to know about car rentals
How do I get a Nohgata Hertz rental car at a great rate?
We strive to get you the best rates, whether you reserve your car. However, getting ahead of time can help you save even more. Be sure to check the mileage policy and don't add an extra driver to avoid any surprise fees.
What do I need have with me when I pick up my car in Nohgata?
Be sure to present your driver's permit and a credit card in your name.
What's Nohgata's minimum age to rent a car?
Hertz's minimum age to rent a car in Nohgata is 21. Take time to review Hertz's policy, as there may be limitations if you are under 25 in most cases or for higher category vehicles especially.
What kind of Hertz rental car should I get for my trip to Nohgata?
That depends on your needs and what you'll be doing when you visit Nohgata. Compact or economy vehicles are good for short drives and are easier to park. If you are traveling with a bigger group, then a sedan or SUV is going to have more room for luggage and be a more comfortable ride on longer drives. Those looking for a bit of luxury on their trip can choose a higher-end model like a Mercedes C-Class or Audi A4 or similar.
Do I need insurance when I rent a car in Japan?
Many countries require the driver to have insurance. You may be able to buy interim coverage through Hertz. Otherwise, as a U.S. citizen, you can also book Collision Damage Coverage with CarRentals.com at checkout. Although many of the major card issuers, like MasterCard or Discover, offer some coverage, there are usually restrictions. For instance, you may not be covered if you book a luxury or larger vehicle. Make sure to check Hertz's policy before you decide.
Do I need to pay a deposit when I book my Hertz car rental?
Hertz, like many other rental car agencies, requires a deposit when you book. The amount can vary based on the size of the car. Be sure you have enough on your credit card to lay down the deposit.
Do I have to return my Hertz rental with a full tank?
Hertz and most other rental car suppliers give you a full tank of gas. We recommend bringing it back with filled up. For a cheaper rate, it is best to find a gas station before you return the car to Hertz.
Why should I get unlimited miles?
Nohgata certainly has its charms, but you may want to take to the road again after you've checked off all the activities here.
Can I get a one-way rental from Hertz?
Hertz and many other rental car companies typically offer one-way drop-off. If you choose one-way drop, be aware there is normally an added fee.
Reserve your ride today!
With so much to do and see in Nohgata, having access to your own car lets you explore at your own pace. When you are ready to discover more of Japan, you can drive wherever you like, without having to spend time waiting for the bus or hail a taxi.
Before you head out of town, book your Hertz Nohgata car rental and take off to all the items on your itinerary. Reserve with CarRentals.com and speed along the road in Nohgata, Japan.