Explore New York, the City That Never Sleeps
More than 20 million people live in New York and its surrounding areas. The city truly never sleeps, and there's almost always something going on. If you're going to travel to this great city, let's start planning for your exciting trip! When you book a car rental, you can get from one destination in Manhattan to the next in less than half an hour in light traffic. You also have easy access to the other four boroughs: Staten Island (with help from the ferry), Brooklyn, Queens, and The Bronx.
For pizza lovers of all ages, Lombardi's Pizza in Soho is a definite must! It's located less than 3 miles from Grand Central Terminal in Midtown, and it has been around for more than 100 years. If the history of the world is something that interests you, you can drive your rental to the American Museum of Natural History at 79th Street and Central Park West. Then, break out your formal wear and head just 5 minutes across town to Lincoln Center and see an opera or go to a symphony orchestra concert.
There's So Much to See Beyond the City
The great thing about renting a car is that you're not limited to the city. You can take a day trip down the I-95 and spend time in Philadelphia, Baltimore, Richmond, or Washington D.C. This scenic drive along the Eastern Seaboard will place you alongside some of the most important American historical sites. You can also spend a day at the Hamptons, explore upstate New York, or drive down to Atlantic City to see some world-class casinos along the Boardwalk. When you rent a car, you can make your trip truly unforgettable.
Book your car rental today, and prepare to enjoy the sights and flavors.
For most car rental companies around the world, the minimum age requirement is 25. Drivers aged between 21 and 24 might be subject to additional local fees and may not be allowed to book vehicles under the Premium, Specialty, SUV, Minivan, Van, Convertible, Utility and Luxury Vehicle categories. Additional drivers must be at least 25 years old.
Each driver must present a full, valid and original national driver's license held for minimum of 2 years. If your license is not in a language used in your destination country, an International Driver's Permit to accompany your national driver's license is highly recommended.
Each driver must present a valid and original photo ID or passport.
The renter must present a personal credit card, valid in the country of pick-up with enough funds to put a hold for a security deposit. Third-party credit cards will not be accepted. The car rental company is solely responsible for approving the provided credit card. Online prepayment does not exempt the renter from providing a valid international credit card during vehicle pick-up. The rental company will place a hold in the amount of the security deposit and, when applicable, any additional local fees not covered in the prepaid voucher on the card provided at the rental location.
You must present a printout of the Booking Confirmation Voucher at the rental location. This document officially confirms all agreed upon services, payment conditions, rates, discounts, as well as vehicle availability within the group selected.
Car rental companies reserve the right to refuse service to underage or unlicensed drivers, those with poor credit history or individuals otherwise considered liabilities by the rental company.
The lowest daily rate in New York City in the last 30 days was US$ 88.79 with Alamo.
The car rental company best rated by our customers in New York City is Alamo.
The most popular car rental model in New York City is the VW Jetta.
In the last 30 days, the average daily rate was US$ 78.03.
in New York City there are 53 locations at 9 car rental companies.
Convertible, Economy, Minivan, Full-Size, Pickup, Van, Compact, Standard, Premium, Special, Luxury, SUV, Midsize, Mini.
Rental car protections usually have the abbreviations CDW and LDW and protect the vehicle from robbery and damage in the event of collisions or accidents.
The protections against third parties have several abbreviations, such as ALI, SLI and others. In general, they protect the vehicle from third parties involved in collisions with your rental car.
To pick up the car you must leave a security deposit, also called a pre-authorization. The amount is "blocked" on the renter's credit card and "unlocked" after the return of the car on the same conditions.
It is possible to add optional items to your reservation, such as GPS, child car seat or booster seat. Take advantage of those items so you don’t have to worry about it later!
If someone else is sharing the wheel with you, they need to be added to the car rental agreement as an additional driver and meet the same documentation and minimum age requirements as the main driver or renter.
Check if your reservation has free mileage or not. Free mileage means you can ride as much as you like with the rental car and you will not pay extra depending on the ride.