Car rentals in Navajo: All you need to know
You want a great vehicle to take you around Navajo whether you're traveling for a business trip or a vacation. Check out the top sites around the city and pull up in front of the best restaurants in Navajo. We've collected the most popular questions about car rentals in Navajo. Keep reading to discover how to get the best rates on your ideal vehicle.
How can I find a great deal on a car rental in Navajo?
You're on your way to getting the best price on your car rental when you use CarRentals.com. But, there are ways to get an even lower price on your next booking. You can:
- Compare and contrast daily and weekly rates from all the different suppliers
- Book as far in advance as possible. You'll usually get the car of your choice and save more
- Check the mileage and fuel policies. You don't want to be surprised with additional costs
- Don't rent more vehicle than you need. Generally, the smaller the car, the lower the rate
Just following even a few of these tips can help you save on your Navajo rental car.
What rental companies have retailers in Navajo?
From budget-friendly brands like Fox and Budget to global names like National and Hertz, CarRentals.com has some of the best brands in the business. Scan through the reviews to help you figure out which one meets your needs.
What type of rental car should I get for my trip to Navajo?
That depends on your needs and what activities you want to do in Navajo. If you're having trouble choosing, make sure to go over the chart below. We have compared the most popular vehicle categories for you:
|Car Type||Best for||Category Includes|
|Premium||Business travelers who want a little luxury as they cruise Navajo||Cadillac XTS, Infiniti Q50, or similar|
|Minivan or SUV||Families with a lot of luggage and a need for space||Hyundai Santa Fe, Nissan Quest, or similar|
|Economy or Compact Car||Easy to park and have great gas mileage||Fiat 500, Nissan Versa Note, or similar|
What's the age requirement to rent a car in Navajo?
Generally, the age limit for renting a car in Navajo is 21—the same as it is across the rest of the United States of America. Additionally, many suppliers charge an added fee if you are under 25. Be sure to review the rental agreement to figure out any additional charges will be before you book your rental.
Does Navajo require rental car insurance?
Almost all countries require driver's insurance. You may be able to buy additional insurance through rental car supplier, if you are concerned your insurance won't cover your rental. Otherwise, as a U.S. citizen, you can also purchase Collision Damage Coverage through CarRentals.com at checkout. Several credit card issuers (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover) will provide some coverage. However, there may be limitations, such as not covering bigger vehicles like premium models or some SUVs. Make sure to find out exactly what your credit card will cover and how much before you head to Navajo.
What are the different fuel policies?
Most suppliers give you a choice of fuel policies. Below is a list of the most common ones.You will have to find a gas station close to the drop-off location
|Policy Type||Policy Description||Advantages||Disadvantages|
|Full to Full||You'll have a full tank when you pick up your automobile. You can use as much fuel as you need and then refill the tank when you drop the vehicle off at the end. If you refill the tank before you return your car, you won't be charged a refueling cost||You only refill the amount of fuel that you've used. Used a quarter of a tank? Then you just fill it back up to full. You won't need to pay for any you didn't use. You can fill up at any station you want and you'll only pay service charges if you don't fill up the tank|
|Full to empty (pre-paid)||You'll pay for a full tank of gas and return the car with an empty tank. Some rental car companies provide a refund for any unused fuel. Be sure to verify with them beforehand||There will be no need to go searching for a gas station before you drop-off your car||The supplier usually charges a higher rate for the fuel than a local gas station|
|Empty to empty||You will not have a full tank of fuel when you collect your vehicle, and you don't have to refill the gas when you drop it back off||You refill your tank yourself, so you won't pay more than local pump prices||You'll have to fill up before you go on a long trip|
What type of fuel policy should I choose?
We usually advise that customers opt for the full-to-full policy. This policy is the most straightforward, and you simply top off the tank before you bring it back.
Is it worth getting unlimited miles?
If you plan to explore all that Navajo and maybe even the rest of New Mexico offers, you are going to need unlimited miles. You won't have to worry about extra charges if you decide to drive all over Navajo. Review the fine print to be sure they are truly "unlimited."
Before you drive off
Before you get started on your Navajo trip, make sure you check a few things prior to leaving the rental lot. You should take time to:
- Check out the car and make sure there is no damage or scratches. Be sure to make note of it on the paperwork, or you may get charged for it
- Make you have a properly inflated spare tire, lug wrench, and jack in the trunk
- Familiarize yourself with the car. Adjust the mirrors and seats to your liking, and figure out how to turn on the lights and wipers
- Figure out how to work the entertainment and GPS (if available). It's best to limit any unnecessary distractions when you are driving around a new region
Book your Navajo rental car today
Use CarRentals.com to get yourself the best wheels Navajo has to offer. Before you know it, you'll be cruising between the great restaurants, renowned landmarks, and all the must-see sites in Navajo.