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Money-Saving Car Rental Tips
SANTA MONICA, California -- Edmunds.com has published a list of car rental tips that will help consumers save money.
"The choices offered at the rental car counter can be overwhelming," said Philip Reed, Senior Consumer Advice Editor for www.Edmunds.com . "Knowing what to expect ahead of time can make your experience less stressful -- and easier on your wallet, too."
Some of Edmunds.com's car rental tips are:
Rent by the Week -- If you're planning on having the vehicle for five or more days, look for weekly rentals. You can save as much as 30 percent paying the weekly rate compared with paying for a seven-day rental on the daily rate.
Research your Insurance Coverage -- Before going to the rental car counter, check your insurance and credit card coverage. Most insurance policies offer liability coverage and others cover rental car coverage via comprehensive and collision coverage, while some credit card providers have a built-in protection for rental car insurance.
Think Twice About Prepaid Gas -- When you prepay for gas, you agree that you will pay to fill the entire gas tank as if it were empty. If you're sure that the entire tank won't be used, decline the prepaid gas option and save money replacing only what you use.
Be Careful of Upgrades -- Car rental companies sometimes offer free upgrades to larger vehicles in order to save the more fuel-efficient vehicles for specific requests from those aiming to save money on gas. Larger vehicles will cost you more in fuel costs. If you want to save that money, decline the upgrade.
Avoid Airports When You Can -- A 2005 Travelocity study showed that travelers are charged 25.8 percent in taxes and fees when renting at an airport location, while being charged only 14.1 percent at non-airport locations. Texas airports were the largest offenders.
"Avoid sticker shock at the counter by researching the taxes and fees you will be charged," said Warre...
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