Car rentals in Swiss: All you need to know
You want a great vehicle to take you around Swiss whether you're traveling for a business or pleasure. See the famous sites around town and park in front of the popular restaurants in Swiss. CarRentals.com has answered the most popular questions about car rentals in Swiss. Keep reading to see how to get the best rates on your ideal vehicle.
Where can I get a great deal on a car rental in Swiss?
CarRentals.com makes it easy to snag the best rates. Simply enter your travel dates and go down the list of car rental companies, pick the top rental locations, and find the cheapest packages Swiss has to offer. You can also:
- Read through the mileage policy to prevent any surprises
- Reserve your vehicle as far in advance as possible
- Avoid airport pick-ups and drop-offs if possible; they tend to be pricier
- Compare daily and weekly rates; you may save more if you rent the car for longer
Even a little rental car know-how can go a long way to getting you the most savings.
What rental suppliers have outlets in Swiss?
From budget-friendly brands like Payless and Fox to global names like Avis and Enterprise, CarRentals.com has some of the best brands in the business. Look through the reviews to get an idea of which is best for your next trip.
What type of rental car should I get for my trip to Swiss?
Whether you want a roomy family vehicle or a low-cost economy car, the sheer wealth of options in this West Virginia metropolis means you're certain to find a vehicle that suits your needs. Some options include:
|Car Type||Best for||Category Includes|
|Luxury||Everyone who wants to travel Swiss in style||Cadillac XTS, Camaro, or similar|
|Minivan or SUV||If you plan on doing plenty of sightseeing and want a comfy ride||Toyota RAV4, Dodge Grand Caravan, or similar|
|Hybrid||Those that want to get the most mpg on their trip||Toyota Prius, Honda Civic, or similar|
How old do you have to be to rent a car in Swiss?
Normally, to rent a car in Swiss you must be at least 21—the same as it is across the rest of the United States of America. If you are under 25, you might also need to pay a surcharge. Be sure to review the terms to determine any additional charges will be before you reserve your rental.
Is insurance required to rent a car in Swiss?
Insurance is mandatory, no matter where you rent a vehicle. Nevertheless, your current car insurance may cover you. Additionally, if you pay for the rental in full using your credit card, the card's policy may also insure you. Keep in mind, those policies may not provide total coverage, and you'll have to add it to your booking for Swiss. Check in advance and, if it's necessary, you can just include it at checkout.
What is the difference between all the 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 your car rental supplier
|Policy Type||Policy Description||Advantages||Disadvantages|
|Full to Full||There will be a full tank of gas when you get your vehicle. Use as much gas as you wish and top it off when you return your car at the end of your rental period. If you refill the tank before you return your car, you won't be charged a refueling cost||You only pay for the fuel you use. Used a half of a tank? Simply fill it back up to full. You won't need to pay for any fuel you didn't use. You won't pay more than local fuel prices and you'll only pay refueling charges if you don't refill the tank|
|Full to empty (pre-paid)||You'll pay for a full tank of gas and return the car with the tank empty. Ask the supplier to see if they will refund you for any unused fuel||You won't have to find 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 may not have a full tank when you pick up your vehicle, and you won't need to fill the tank back up when you bring the car back||You fill the tank yourself, so you can shop around for the cheapest local prices||You'll have to fill up before you go on a long trip|
What fuel policy do you recommend?
Most rental car companies provide you a full tank policy. We recommend bringing the car back filled up. If you want to save some money, fill up your tank before you bring your car back. Stations near airports or car rental places tend to have higher prices.
Is it worth getting unlimited miles?
If you plan to see all that Swiss and maybe even the rest of West Virginia offers, you are going to want unlimited miles. You won't have to worry about extra charges if you decide to drive all over Swiss. Read the fine print to make certain your mileage is actually "unlimited."
Before you drive off
Before you get going on your Swiss trip, check out a few items prior to leaving the rental lot. It's important to:
- Inspect the car and determine if there is any damage or scrapes. If so, write it down on the paperwork
- Make you have a properly inflated spare tire, lug wrench, and jack in the trunk
- Get familiar with the controls of your 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 navigation and entertainment. It's best to limit any unnecessary distractions when you are navigating a new region
Book your Swiss rental car today
Maybe you're carpooling with co-workers to and from the hotel to the conference center, maybe you're traveling solo, or maybe you're bringing your partner or kids. CarRentals.com has the ideal vehicle that can suit your requirements and not deplete your travel piggy bank.