Can I rent a car from Orlando Intl. Airport (MCO)?
With Enterprise and EZ Rent-A-Car within a short drive of Orlando Intl. Airport (MCO), getting off the plane and out onto the road is a cinch.
What happens if I need to cancel my Orlando car reservation?
We have good news! You should get all of your money back if you notify us a minimum of six hours prior to collecting the car. Your confirmation contains details about this, and so does our Customer Service Portal. Not all prepaid reservations result in a refund though, so you may want to scan your policy.
Why should I rent an Orlando car with Expedia?
There are savings for the savvy traveler with Expedia. Whether you’re searching for something that’ll fit the entire family or just the two of you, browse the deals from the 27 car rental companies in Orlando. Our member exclusive offers and discounts will help you land the best price possible. Combine your car with your flights and hotel to save even more. On the hunt for things to do in Orlando? Add some tours to your package later on!
How do I find the best car rental deals in Orlando with Expedia?
Browse our wide selection of car rentals, check out ratings and compare prices from top suppliers. In a few simple clicks, Expedia will help you score the best deal on your ride. Got a hotel or flight booking? Add on your Orlando car rental and save even more.
What do you need to rent a car in Orlando?
While requirements can differ between car rental outlets, the two main things you’ll need are your driver’s license and a credit card in your name. You don’t need to take out auto insurance with your rental provider. However, proof of alternative coverage may be required.
Can I rent a car for a month or longer in Orlando?
Yes. Expedia partners with trusted providers that offer long-term rentals for all types of cars. Snap up one of our long-term car rental deals and discover every nook and cranny of Orlando — or way beyond!
Where can I find an Orlando car rental if I am younger than 25?
Some Orlando companies will rent to drivers under 25, and others won’t. Policies differ from supplier to supplier, so you should do your homework. Also, find out if there are additional costs. Some outlets will have a surcharge for young drivers between 21 and 24. Always look through the terms and conditions to avoid any nasty surprises.