Frequently asked questions
Typically, a car is rented to a driver who is 21 years old and has been driving for more than 2 years.
This is related to liability and insurance risks.
But some rental companies have individual approaches to the age of the driver and driving experience. Car rental for drivers under the age of 21 is usually subject to a surcharge.
Check for such a possibility in a rental company.
As a rule, all basic fees are included in the rental price and there should be no surprises.
Additional charges may occur for pick-up or drop-off the car outside of business hours.
Also, additional services such as: delivery of a car to your address or to the airport, unlimited mileage can be additionally paid. However, all this is spelled out in a rental company.
For the absence of surprises, carefully study the terms of the lease of the selected company until the order is placed.
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Yes. To do this, you must provide the required data and documents for the person who will drive the car. It must also meet the basic requirements of the rental company.
When choosing a car, we recommend paying special attention to the following points:
- cabin and trunk size - if you have a lot of passengers;
- fuel consumption and type;
- automatic or manual gearbox;
- daily mileage limit;
- The amount of the deposit and the possibility of renting without a deposit.
Upon pick-up of the car, you must have a driver’s license and passport (may be needed for most local companies).
Important! Make sure your driver’s license is valid, namely if you need an international driver’s license.
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