Car Rental near Me
Our Car Rental Selection
You may have a few different reasons for needing a car rental. For starters, many drivers like to rent a car while their vehicle is being serviced. Using a rental car helps you maintain your daily routine as your sedan, truck, or SUV is under the care of our factory-certified technicians.
Drivers can also ask about the availability of a minivan or SUV for a fun vacation. These rental vehicles may allow you to bring more passengers or camping gear on an outdoor romp.
If you need a truck to get back to work, our team can also help you with that. Our sedans are excellent options for rentals around town or when you don’t need seating for seven or eight people.
Are you interested in using less fuel and getting better fuel economy from your rental? Ask about our hybrid options. Our team might have some hybrid options for you to choose from.
Rental cars can also help you reduce mileage on your regular driving option. By using a rental car, you will maintain long-term value if your destination requires a long drive.
These vehicles are not only clean, but they can provide an upgraded look for a change of pace and performance. Let’s take a look at what you need to get behind the wheel of a rental.
Short Term Rental vs Long Term Rental
There are two types of car rentals: short-term rentals and long-term rentals. Short-term rentals are great choices for road trip vacations, grabbing a car after you catch a flight or while your vehicle is being serviced at our service or collision centers.
Long-term rentals are a little bit different. Long-term rentals are good choices for when you’re taking a long trip or going to a secondary residence for a length of time. You can even get a long-term rental to get you by if you’re looking for a new vehicle. By renting a car long-term, you’ll save your vehicle from wear and tear.
When you do a long-term car rental, there is no long-term commitment. This is not a lease but just a rental for an extended period.
Rental Car Tips
To help you make the most out of your rental experience, we’ve put together a few tips on this page.
While you’re looking for rental cars, make sure you check out any potential discounts. This includes things like AAA or AARP discounts. Discuss it with a team member, and we’ll let you know if there are any promotions available.
When you get your rental car, look it over. If there is any damage, including scratches, dents, and more, take photos or document the damage on the sheet provided by the rental company. This helps prevent you from being charged for damage you didn’t do.
Before you leave the lot, familiarize yourself with your rental car. Your rental might be a vehicle you’ve never driven before, so be sure to take a moment to figure out how to turn the headlights on, windshield wipers, which side the gas tank is on, and more. Don’t forget to memorize or write down the make and model of your car; you don’t want to lose it in a parking lot!
Avoid renting from airport locations. When you rent from airport locations, there are often additional fees attached.
Additional drivers often cost more than just having one driver on your rental. If you’re heading out of town with some friends or family, it is worth considering who might be driving. Drivers typically need to be registered when you rent your vehicle and will potentially add additional fees.