The Cheapest Way To Rent A Car

I have been car free for several years now, but there are times when I do need to rent a car. I have found that there is one way to consistently get rock bottom prices on a rental car that exceeds coupon specials and all the other advertised deals out there almost every time.

Most people I know look for what rental cars cost using whatever comparison service they happen to be using when they book their flight and hotel room. This will usually get you a mid-sized car for about $45 a day depending where you live, but it is easy to get cars for much less than this. I have found that the cheapest way to rent a car is to use the name-your-own-price option on comparison sites like Priceline.com o

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2 Responses to The Cheapest Way To Rent A Car

  1. Jim says:

    Great tip. Definitely will try when I need to rent a car.

  2. Alphie Guess says:

    Not sure which rental car company she is referring to but the one I have worked for for over 10+ years has a Supplemental Liability Coverage that protects you for the first $1,000,000.00 in coverage so that you cannot be pursued personally until this amount is exhausted. Be aware that this option of renting (priceline/Hotwire) does have challenges due to flexibility and if it goes bad often you are out of luck. Especially Priceline that holds you to the time of your reservation. If your plane is delayed or you don’t make it on that day, you have lost your money. Definitely be wary. They have the most inflexible customer service and as an agent there is nothing that we can do for you because you chose to rent from a third party vendor. Hope this gives you a more well rounded view of the whole process.

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