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RENTING CAR IN Canada

Canada is the land of driving and big cars, but Canada’s car rental prices will shock you. When you fly into Canada you don’t have many choices. A car is often the only way to reach the spectacular destinations for Canada is famous.

Other transportation will get you around the cities and from one town to another, but a car is the best way for exploring once you get to remote areas.

For visiting Canadian cities you’re better off using public transportation, which will be a quicker and cheaper way of getting around. City-center traffic congestions are just as bad in Canada as anywhere else. Save the money for car rental until you’re ready to leave the cities.

Of course, there are other ways to travel across the country, such as trains, buses, or joining a guided Canada tour. However, train and bus routes are limited and tours are not for everyone. Depending on how much time you have available, buying a car instead of renting could be an option. But then again, this could be a hassle for some and has to be planned out well.

Car rental is available just about everywhere in Canada. Most major car rental companies such as Avis, Hertz, and National, have offices at airports, towns, and cities across the country.

Canada’s Highways

Canada is a driver’s country with an excellent, well-maintained highway network until you cross the borders into the Yukon and Northwest Territories. That’s where the paved roads turn into gravel Highways. All are called highways, the TransCanada Highway and the epic Dempster Highway, but they are as different as day and night.

Fly-Drive Packages from home

You may get the best deal on car rental if you book a fly-drive package from home or if you book a long time in advance. Rental cost varies to a great extent, depending on the time of year, type of vehicle and length of rental.

Minimum Age for car rental in Canada

The principal driver and additional drivers all have to be at least 21 years old and have a minimum of 12 months of driving experience in order to rent a car in Canada.

A ‘Young Renter Fee will be applied to your car rental if you are between the ages of 21 and 24 and will be charged on top of the rental rate. This means, that renting a car is going to be expensive until you’re 25 and difficult or impossible until you’re 21. Renters 21 to 24 may be restricted to specific car classes.

What do you need in order to rent a car in Canada?

  • You have to be at least 21 years old.
  • Valid Driver’s license and International Driver’s Permit if your license is not in English or French. If you have an International license you still need to have your original driver’s license with you.
  • When picking up your car you may have to show your passport and a return airline ticket.
  • Credit Card for the deposit – Renting a car in Canada without a credit card is impossible.
  • Your drivers’ license and credit card must be in the same name.
  • Traveling with kids – Children under 18 kg require a child seat fastened with a seat belt. Most car rental companies will supply one with a bit of notice and for an additional charge.

Type of Rental Cars

The large rental companies offer a wide range of vehicles, ranging from small economy cars to large luxury models and pickup trucks. Most rental cars in Canada have automatic transmission.

Plan your trip and see what kind of roads you’ll be driving and whether you will need a 4WD. You won’t need a 4WD road tripping across Canada and touring to most major destinations. If you’re planning to drive the northern gravel highways or lots of backcountry roads, renting a 4WD is a good idea. Price differences between different car types are quite substantial and if you don’t need a 4WD you can save a fair bit of money.

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1) Driver’s License: A valid driver's license in the name of the main driver. 2) Identification: A passport or other form of identification. 3) Credit Card: A credit card in the name of the main driver with sufficient funds. 4) Voucher: A printed Voucher or an e-Voucher where available.
If upgrades are available for your rental car, they will be offered on our website in the section where you can view your itinerary. Please note that upgrade charges vary by car type and by rental car company. Upgrading at the Rental Car Counter: Upgrade charges will be determined by the rental partner and will be payable directly to the rental company. If you had purchased Collision Damage Insurance with your original reservation, when you accept an upgrade, the insurance is automatically canceled and the charge for the insurance is refunded. If you would like to add Collision Damage Insurance to your new upgraded reservation, it will have to be purchased again
Option 1: Visit Go Cars Now website and look for the My bookings tab, select cancel reservation Enter the reservation ID and select a valid reason for cancellation and go ahead and click on the cancel button.You will receive an email confirmation when we cancel your booking.
Rental days are calculated on a 24-hour clock in order to avoid being charged an additional day, you will need to enter the same pick-up and drop-off time.
Yes, you can book a rental car reservation with a different pick-up and drop location (also called one-way rental). Please note, there may be a “Drop off” fee charged by the car rental company.
If it is before your scheduled pick-up time. Go Cars Now cannot guarantee that you can pick up your rental car early. In most cases, however, if you are just picking your car up a few hours early on your scheduled time, car rental company will do their best to accommodate you if cars are available. You can contact the car rental company for early accommodations. If you pick up the rental car earlier and still plan to drop it off at the same reserved time, you may incur additional charges directly from and payable to the rental car company.
No, usually car rental companies will not refund you any money for returning the car earlier. Contact the car provider directly to find out more.
The car provider requires you to pay a deposit to cover any potential damages or future expenses, such as administrative fees, missing fuel, traffic tickets, fines, and other risks. Some car rental providers may offer insurance that would reduce the amount of the deposit. For more information, you will need to ask at the counter. Do not confuse the coverage offered by the car rental provider with Full Coverage from Discover Cars, as they are two different products.