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If an SUV rental is what you seek, look no further than CarRentals.com. SUVs are perfect for friends and family who love to go camping, or for long road trips that require a more comfortable ride. Even if gas prices are not at an all-time low, CarRentals.com features a number of late model SUVs that are fuel-efficient, allowing you to enjoy your vacation without worrying about paying too much at the pump.
There are many SUVs available for rent. Some of those that could be yours are: Kia Optima, Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima or similar vehicles. Just bear in mind, that you can only book categories, not car models, when renting a car.
Usually, you must be 25 or over to rent a car, and this could differ depending on the type and size of the car you’re looking to rent. There could also be an applicable young-driver surcharge for drivers under the age restriction.
Yes, you must be insured to rent a car. In the U.S., your current car or credit card insurance provider may cover rentals, so check with them first. Furthermore, as a U.S. Citizen, you can always simply purchase insurance at the checkout when you reserve your rental here on CarRentals.com.
Outside the U.S., you’ll be asked by the rental car company to show your proof of coverage. In certain countries, like Mexico and Cuba for example, you will also need to buy a local insurance before heading off in your rental vehicle.
When you arrive in your vacation destination and make for the rental counter to pick up your car, make sure you have your driver’s license, proof of insurance, and credit card ready to hand over at the desk. Bring another form of ID, such as your passport, just in case they’d like to see additional documentation.
Generally, one-way rentals can be arranged quite easily, though sometimes this may incur an additional fee. That said, cross-border one-way rentals may not be permitted in some destinations, so bear this in mind and do your research beforehand.
With a full-to-full fuel policy, you’ll be ready to head out onto the open road as soon as you turn on the engine. Just remember to refill the gas tank when returning the vehicle, to avoid facing a penalty fee at the end of your rental period.
With unlimited mileage, you can relax in the knowledge that you’ll never clock up too many miles when driving around your vacation destination. Some local rental companies have mileage restrictions, though, so check your provider’s T&Cs when making your booking.
No, debit cards are not widely accepted for rental car reservations, so have your credit card at the ready. Note also that cash, pre-paid cards, and gift cards are not acceptable forms of payment.
Comfort is of the utmost importance when traveling long distances, and if you have a big group of people coming with you, renting the right size vehicle matters. Save yourself the unnecessary headache of calling various locations and browsing dozens of websites for discounts, and use CarRentals.com instead. If you want to read more about car rentals, visit our general car rental FAQ page .