How To Get a Cheap Rental Car for Your Next Trip

Planning the transportation for the trip can take the wind out of your sails, though. Maybe you are trying to decide between getting a cheap rental car and picking something a bit more fun.

- Check Aggregator Sites Aggregation sites are an excellent place to get started.  - Check the Direct Sites it is good to check the rate directly on the rental companies website.

When comparing multiple sources, remember to compare rentals with all the fees. Some websites quote the base price without taxes and fees.

Don’t Forget About the Fees

Book Economy

Economy cars are the lowest rate available in a car rental. Unfortunately, they are also the most likely to be completely booked.

Consider Alternative Car Classes

Often SUVs are the most expensive option for the same relative specs. For instance, many SUVs might be the same size as a mid-sized sedan or a full-sized vehicle.

Check Out Turo

Turo is a gig economy app that lets people rent out their vehicles as a side hustle. Turo is kind of like Airbnb for cars.

Avoid the Airports

Higher prices are because the airport itself charges a fee to the rental company. The rental company then passes this fee onto the customer.

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