also check the internet and surf for more information about
dropping off rental cars to other locations. There are some
horror stories out there, although you should probably verify
them if they concern you. Make sure anyone who has a claim
that you would base your actions on can validate their statements,
including which companies they used for their rentals.
If you are traveling internationally, a drop-off fee can
be a confusing endeavor. Aside from the frequent language
barriers, often the insurance regulations in other countries
are not the same as in the United States, and you could
be left holding a very large bill and no recourse. Make
sure you understand the repercussions of dropping your car
off at another location.
Also, if you are traveling internationally you may not
be able to take rental cars to other countries. Make sure
thatís in your contract. Again, the internet is full of
horror stories of people who did not do this, or who were
turned down for a car rental because the agency did not
allow international travel with their cars.
Be informed and educated and you wonít be surprised or
taken to the cleaners. Do your homework.