Some rental companies charge for damage to tyres or windows even if you take out damage waiver insurance. If you go off-road and damage the underside of the car, that is chargeable too. Speeding/parking fines can appear on your credit card months later. You also need to check if the rental agreement requires you to fill the car up with fuel before you return it. It is very much a case of "read the small print" !
The driver must carry some form of personal identification, plus his/her driving licence and the rental agreement for the car.
Also if you return and the offices are not open how do you get your paperwork signed off to say everything is satisfactory.
You just post the keys in the office (there will be a sign where to do this)
also if you wear glasses ie sun ones you must have a normal spare pair with you in the car.and in some cases you may need your passport.or just the #.but a picture id card will do.really just to say who you are ect.
but always like mentioned carry the carhire forms
plus if your wearimg sunglasses you must have a normal pair with you as well.
If you wear corrective/prescription glasses to drive, whether they be tinted for the sun or not, then you must carry a spare pair.
If there's nothing wrong with your eyes and the sun glasses are just for the sun without a prescription lens, then why would you carry a spare pair, if you can see perfectly well.
Glasses (Spectacles): wearers must carry a spare pair in the car at all times
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