When you’re booking a car, all you need is a debit or credit card.
At the rental counter, you’ll need:
Important: Check the car’s rental terms as well, because each company has its own rules. For example, they might need to see extra ID, might not accept certain types of credit cards, or might not rent to anybody who hasn’t held their driver's license for 36 months, etc.
Most companies will let you rent a car if you’re at least 21, and some will even rent to younger drivers. However, if you’re under 25, you might have to pay a "young driver fee."
Of course. Just put their info on the "Driver details" form when booking the car.
The price you see includes the car, mandatory coverage (e.g. Theft Protection, Collision Damage Waiver), and fees that, if they apply, are usually payable at pick-up (e.g. any one-way fees, airport surcharges, or local taxes).
It also includes any extras you already added (e.g. GPS, baby seats).
It doesn’t include any extra coverage you buy when you get to the rental counter.
Tip: There’s a full price breakdown on the Payment page.