Yes, most car rental companies will require an additional deposit. This will be refunded or released when the car is returned in an acceptable condition at the end of the rental period.
You will need a valid driver's license and a credit card in the name of the primary driver. Some vendors will accept a debit card.
It is advisable to bring written proof of insurance coverage with you. If you are a local renter, you may be required to present two current paid utility bills in your name which show your home address.
The Total Price shown at CarRentals.com includes all known rates, taxes, fees, surcharges and applicable drop off charges that you must pay either by law or by local policy for the length of a particular car rental request. This price does not include services such as insurance waivers, special equipment, mileage charges, roadside assistance, underage fees, fuel etc. It also does not include extra day or hourly charges that can result from a late return of the rental car.
It also does not include any taxes or fees which may be enacted between the time you secure the booking and the time you pick up the vehicle.
If you select a pick up location other than the airport, you will need to provide your own transportation to the facility.
Useful to Know
Be sure to check with your credit card company and your private automobile policy before you arrive at the rental counter to determine as to what coverage you may already have on a rental vehicle to avoid having to purchase unnecessary coverage.