Your rental experience really matters to us, so we show ratings and reviews from previous customers next to each listing. We ask customers to rate the supplier in seven key areas (including the condition of the car and the efficiency of counter staff), and their feedback will help you make an informed choice when you are deciding who to rent with. If you are keen to avoid hidden fuel charges, we recommend booking a car with a full-to-full fuel policy: as long as you refill the tank before dropping the car off, you won’t be faced with any refuelling costs.
If you don’t own a car in New York, rent one instead to head out of SoHo and into the Hamptons. Planning a family vacation to the beach? Explore Miami’s South Beach or Little Havana on four wheels, or take advantage of a rental car deal in Los Angeles to take your kids to the theme parks. Having a family reunion in San Francisco? Point your wheels west to reach the City by the Bay. Drive the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and visit Alcatraz.
Yes, you must be an insured driver in order to drive a rental car. If you have personal car insurance, you should check to see whether it covers rental vehicles (and be sure to ask if there are any restrictions, such as vehicle size or international pickups). If you don’t have personal insurance coverage, consider checking your credit card – it may offer a rental car policy if you use it to pay for the rental.