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Is it safe to rent a car during the coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Nothing is more important than our customers' health and well-being. Find out what car rental companies are doing to ensure your safety and help you book with confidence.

Car rental companies have added measures to maximize safety at every step – from the moment you reach the counter to when you return the keys.

What rental companies are doing to keep people safe

In the car—where cleanliness has always been important—companies are now disinfecting cars after every rental, especially high-touch surfaces like seats, gearsticks, door handles, and steering wheels. They're also quarantining any car that may have come into contact with the coronavirus.

The rental industry is also doing everything it can to help customers who need to change an upcoming booking. Find out how to change or cancel your car rental.

As time goes on, rental companies are changing their protocols based on the latest updates from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), and local governments around the world.

Take a closer look

See what some of the biggest names in car rental are doing to help you travel safely.

All hygiene info was provided by car rental suppliers and not physically verified by Transport Business Unit. Information accurate as of June 11, 2020.