How to Get a Free Rental Car

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Rental cars can be a hit to your budget. You can expect to pay anywhere between $30 and $200 per day depending on the size of the car. Most rental car companies require a large security deposit before you drive the car off the lot. Whether you are on vacation or even having your own car repaired, you're going to need to drive something, and there's no better way to cut costs than to get a rental car for free.

  • Contact car rental agencies in you area. Many agencies offer free deals during different times of the year. According to All You Magazine, Hertz once offered a deal where you could rent a car for one free weekend. Similar deals can be found online or by calling the company yourself and asking about special offers.

  • Research your vacation package. There are many packages that will offer customers free car rentals. Potential customers may be required to stay several nights in a hotel or take advantage of other offers while on vacation. According to Free St. Maarten/St. Marten, you can get a free rental car just for previewing a vacation program.

  • Make a list of car repair companies. If you are not going on vacation and you need to get a free rental car because your car needs repairs, create a list of repair companies and contact each one to find out if they offer free car rental. Many companies give customers free rental cars as a way to make things more convenient. According to Accident Zone, some body shops have loan vehicle programs.

Tips & Warnings

  • It's still important to budget your money wisely when it comes to getting a free rental car. You will most likely still have to pay for gas and insurance.
  • Plan ahead for renting a car. You'll find much better offers if you do your research ahead of time rather than waiting until you arrive at the airport.

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