Discussion in 'Flights' started by mitraveler, Apr 8, 2012.
Depends, every rental company have different policies, but from experience if you're returning your car to anywhere that isnâ€™t the original place you rented it you'll have to pay a standard one-way rental charge. Either way, I don;t see the point of taking a car rental cross country when you can rent cars in most countries nowadays.
with car rental you aren't limited to a state since most car rentals will let you go cross state and drop the car there as along as they have a local branch. Still, if you i could a take a car abroad I wouldn't to be honest..a lot can go wrong abroad and the last thing you need is that!
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