Car Rental Guide – What You Need to Know About Booking, Payment, and Drop-Off Arrangements

In 1995, Alamo became the first automobile rental company to offer customers internet booking in real-time. In 2005, it became the first in its industry to develop a digital check-in system. It has expanded its services throughout the rest of the world and fosters partnerships with travel agents, the airline industry, tour operators, and other travel-related organizations. Whether you need to go on a business trip overseas or want to spend a week at the beach with the family, you can not go wrong with an Alamo car rental.

If you’re reserving a car rental at an airport, be sure to enter your airline and flight number into the checkout so that customer service agents can have your vehicle ready, even if the flight is delayed. It will be held for twelve hours after the scheduled pick-up time, or until the end of the day. A second driver can be added for an extra fee per day (cost varies depending on location).

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Alamo Car Rental – One Way and Savings

If you’re going to be driving to another area, Alamo offers one-way rental services. You may be charged an “inter-city” fee, which varies by location and time of year. Also known as a “drop charge” fee, it will be disclosed during the booking process. It’s recommended that one-way rentals are booked in advance.

Traveling with your furry friends? Pets are allowed in rental cars from Alamo, as long as they are kept in a carrier. If they are not kept in a carrier, you may be charged cleaning and detailing fees. Only service animals for individuals with disabilities may be kicked inside the vehicle without a carrier.