With Enterprise and EZ Rent-A-Car within a quick commute of Orlando Intl. Airport (MCO), getting off the plane and onto the road is a breeze.
We all have times when plans suddenly change. That’s why we offer your money back on many prepaid rentals if you let us know a minimum of six hours prior to the collection time. Remember to double-check the policy — sometimes it’s not an option. Found nothing there? Our Customer Service Portal has more information.
Full-size, mid-size or compact … Grab the keys to whatever you prefer! Economy is the most in-demand rental vehicle category in Orlando. Small, with good mileage and a piece of cake to park, these wheels make navigating busy city streets a delight. The best part? They’re easy on the budget. That means you’ll have more cash to spend on other things, like touring as much of this exciting destination as possible.
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Finding the best deal on your Orlando rental car is a breeze with Expedia. Choose your preferred car class, add in a few more details and compare prices across popular suppliers. Why not add flights and hotels to your booking? You’ll get access to terrific discounts when you create a holiday package.
Orlando rules state drivers must be at least 21 to rent a car. However, young drivers will be subject to a surcharge and some restrictions. Most companies impose a daily young renter fee in addition to the normal car rental rate. This covers the higher risk of accident or damage. While many car classes (like economy and compact) are available to young renters, restrictions generally apply to specialty and premium cars.
Any rental company you select will need these two things — your driver’s license and a credit card in your name. If you decide to opt out of the provider’s insurance plan, proof of your own coverage will also likely be needed. Read your policy so you know what to bring when it’s time to pick up the keys.