Orlando International Airport (MCO) car rental (2023)

Basic facts and rules

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Renter's spouse or domestic partner who meets the renter's age and driver's license requirements are authorized drivers at no additional cost. All additional authorized drivers must be present at the time of rental and meet age and license requirements. An additional fee of $15 per day will be added to the rental price for each additional authorized driver, unless other contractual terms apply.

A spouse or domestic partner is the only permitted additional driver on a rental secured by a debit card.

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See the Renter Requirements policy for age requirements and young driver fees.

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This reservation is made with a contract identification number (CID) assigned to the corporate account for use only by its qualified tenants. Use of this CID by persons who are not qualified owners is prohibited and may result in disciplinary action. Tenants using this CID may be required to show proof of employment or authorization (such as business card, current email address with corporate domain, work order, etc.). Questions regarding acceptable proof of employment or authorization should be directed to your tour manager.

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Rentals from the United States: Most vehicles rented in the US can be driven throughout the US and Canada. Certain vehicle classes such as Exotic, Large Passenger or Cargo Vans and other specialized vehicles may not be permitted to travel outside the US. Please contact the rental location directly for details on cross-border restrictions.

Most locations do not allow travel to Mexico. If you wish to travel to Mexico, you will need to purchase additional vehicle insurance while in Mexico. Please contact the branch directly to determine restrictions and availability.

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For retail rentals covered only by Extended Protection within the rental price (excluding any liability protection or insurance provided under a commercial contract), the following apply:

Extended Protection (EP) (if applicable): The Owner provides the Renter or any AAD with third party liability protection in an amount equal to the minimum financial liability limits applicable to the vehicle (Primary Protection). EP also provides additional protection against third parties through an excess liability policy, with limits on the difference between the primary coverage and a combined single limit of $1 million per accident for bodily injury and/or property damage to others resulting from the use or operation of the rental vehicle Owner by Lessee or AAD, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the policy. EP includes UM/UIM coverage for bodily injury and property damage (only if required by law for property damage) in an amount equal to the minimum financial liability limits applicable to the vehicle (Primary Protection) and additional coverage, through an excess policy liability, with limits for the difference between the statutory minimum base limits and $100,000 per accident (for rentals beginning in New York, UM/UIM limits are $100,000 per person/$300,000 per accident; for rentals beginning in Hawaii, UM/UIM limits are $1,000,000 total flat limit) or state-mandated UM/UIM limit, whichever is greater. OWNER AND RENTER DISCLAIM ANY ADDITIONAL UM/UIM COVERAGE TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. EP, including UM/UIM benefits, is provided only when the Renter or any AAD is driving the vehicle. UM/UIM cannot be claimed due to the negligence of the driver of the vehicle. EP coverage only applies when another AAD or renter drives the vehicle within the United States and Canada. coverage is not valid in Mexico. ADDITIONAL POLICY EXCLUSIONS INCLUDE: (A) BODILY INJURY OR DEATH TO LESSEE, ANY AAD OR BLOOD RELATIVES OR FAMILY OF LESSEE OR AAD, IF SUCH RELATIVES OR FAMILY ARE RESIDING IN THE A.E. (B) PROPERTY DAMAGE TO THE RENTAL VEHICLE. (C) PENALTIES, PENALTIES, EXEMPLARY OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES. (D) BODILY INJURY, DEATH OR PROPERTY DAMAGE EXPECTED OR INTENDED BY THE INSURED. AND (E) ANY LIABILITY FOR WHICH THE INSURER OR THE INSURER'S INSURER MAY INCUR UNDER ANY WORKERS' COMPENSATION, DISABILITY OR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS OR ANY SIMILAR LAW. (F) BODILY INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE EXPECTED OR INTENDED BY RENTER OR MANAGER. Note: All UM/UIM benefits paid are included in the EC 1 million combined coverage limit and do not in any way increase the above combined single limit. This insurance coverage is underwritten by Ace American Insurance Company. Report SLP requests to: Sedgwick CMS, P.O. Box 94950 Cleveland, OH 44101-4950, Phone: 1-888-515-3132 Fax: 1-216-617-2928.

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As a customer, you have the choice of how you want to pay for your fuel.

Option 1 - Pay for fuel in advance
This option allows the renter to pay for a full tank of gas at the time of rental and return the tank empty. No refunds will be given for unused gas.

Option 2 - We complete
This option allows the lessee to pay National at the end of the lease for the gas used, but not the replacement. The cost per gallon will be higher than local fuel prices.

Option 3 - Charge
This option allows the renter to return the vehicle with a full tank of fuel to avoid additional fuel costs.

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Loss and Damage Waiver (LDW) is not insurance. The purchase of LDW is optional and not required for vehicle rental.

Additional LDWs can be purchased for an additional fee. If you purchase an LDW, we agree, subject to the LDW's cancellation actions set out in the rental agreement, to contractually waive your responsibility for all or part of the cost of damage, loss or theft of the vehicle. DW does not apply to damage occurring in Mexico.

When deciding whether or not to purchase an LDW, you may wish to check with your insurance agent or credit card company whether, in the event of vehicle damage or theft, you have cover or protection for such damage or theft and the amount of the deductible or risk out of pocket.

*For rentals originating in California - LDW ranges from $16.99 to $500.00 per day depending on the type of rental vehicle.

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Customers residing in the United States, US territories or Canada

Buyers residing in the US, US territories or Canada must provide a valid state-issued driver's license that includes the buyer's photo. Digital licenses are not accepted. The driver's license must be valid for the entire rental period.

Active duty members of the United States Armed Forces may present an expired home country permit under the following conditions:

  • They also present an active military card, e.g

  • They are consistent with their military expansionist policy of the issuing state. These rules vary by state and buyers are encouraged to contact their respective Department of Motor Vehicles for more information.

Customers traveling to the US and Canada from other countries

It is important that buyers check compliance with the various licensing laws with the appropriate Department of Motor Vehicles in the states or provinces in which they intend to travel. Digital licenses are not accepted. The following practices are used to ensure that the user presents a valid license at the time of rental.

Customers traveling to the United States and Canada from another country must present the following:

  • Driver's license from their country of origin that is valid, has not expired and includes a photo and

  • If the home country license is in a language other than English (or French, for Canadian rentals) and the letters are in English (ie German, Spanish, etc.), an international driver's license is recommended, but not required for translation purposes in the supplementary license of the country of origin.

  • If the home country license is in a language other than English and the letters are not English (ie the alphabet is not an extended Latin alphabet like German or Spanish, but rather Russian, Japanese, Arabic, etc.), the international driving license is required.

  • If the international driver's license cannot be obtained in the country of origin, it can be replaced by another professional, typed translation. In any case, the license of the country of origin must also be presented.

  • Customers cannot rent a vehicle with only an international driver's license. An international driver's license is a translation of a license from the person's home country and is not considered a license or valid ID.

  • In some US locations, customers who do not have a US driver's license may be required to provide additional documentation. Examples of this may include a valid passport or, in some states (AZ, CA, CO, NM, TX) a valid Mexican voter ID and/or entry and exit travel documents.
  • In some Canadian locations, customers who do not have a Canadian driver's license may be required to provide additional valid government-issued documentation. Examples of this might include a valid passport.

Other requirements

  • Photocopies of driving licenses are not accepted

  • "Student permits" are not accepted.

  • Any license that appears to restrict the licensee from using and operating a breathalyzer equipped vehicle will not be accepted.

  • Temporary driver's licenses may be rejected if the rental location is unable to otherwise verify the customer's identity or verify the authenticity of the temporary license. Additional government-issued identification may be required.

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Personal effects coverage (PEC) is offered at the time of rental for an additional daily fee. If accepted, the PEC included in the policy insures the personal belongings of the renter, additional drivers or any person traveling with the renter against the risk of loss or damage. Benefits are paid in addition to any other insurance that the renter or passengers may have. This is just a summary. PEC is subject to the terms, limitations and exclusions of the PEC policy underwritten by Empire Fire and Marine Insurance Company in the United States. Purchase of PEC is optional and not required for car rental. The coverage provided by the PEC can double the renter's existing coverage. Alamo is not qualified to evaluate the adequacy of a renter's existing coverage. Therefore, the renter should consider their personal insurance policies or other sources of coverage that may duplicate the coverage provided by PEC.

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Please read the Landlord Requirements Policy for details on deposits and general rental requirements at this location.

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All renters and additional drivers must be 21 years of age or older. All renters must have a valid driver's license and a valid credit or debit card in their name. People with a learner's or teaching permit are not eligible to rent. This is just a summary. See the Driving License Information Policy for more details.


The juvenile surcharge for drivers between the ages of 21 and 24 is $25 per day. Renters aged 21 to 24 can rent the following vehicle categories: Economy through full-size cars, Cargo and Minivans and Compact, Small and Standard SUVs with seating for up to 5 passengers.


At airports, debit cards are only accepted at the time of rental if accompanied by a return ticket itinerary. The name and address shown on the renter's driver's license must match their current home address. Active duty military personnel are exempt from the address requirement.

Other than the renter's spouse or domestic partner, no additional drivers are permitted.

If you use a debit card for any amount due, the available funds in the account linked to the Renter's debit card will be reduced by those amounts. In addition, the Lessee is responsible for all overdraft charges incurred.

Please read the payment policy form (see below) for more details on the use of debit cards on this site.


At the time of rental, renters without a round-trip ticket must provide proof of transferable accident, comprehensive and liability policies for the following vehicle categories: Full-Size Luxury Sedan, Premium Luxury Sedan, Mid-Size Luxury Sedan, Electric Luxury Sedan, Premium Luxury SUV, Extended Luxury SUV, Electric Luxury SUV, Limo Van and Corvette.


The following payment methods are accepted for rental.



American Express®

Discover Network®

Debit Cards

The estimated total rental amount on the View and Book screen and/or in the booking confirmation email will be charged via the payment method specified by the Renter. If the reserved rent changes, the estimated total rental amount may change and will continue to be charged through the payment method specified by the Tenant.

At the time of rental, Tenant will sign a rental agreement ("Agreement") relating to the rental and includes the Summary Rental Agreement and Additional Terms and Conditions.


In order for the Renter to be charged any additional amounts due under the Agreement, renters without a round-trip ticket will be required to pay a deposit of $400 or $850 for the following vehicle classes: Sport Performance, Full-size Luxury SUV, Luxury Electric SUV , Elite full-size Electric Sedan, mid-size sport luxury sedan, full-size luxury sedan, premium luxury sedan, electric luxury sedan, premium luxury SUV, extended luxury SUV, station wagon, and Corvette.


Debit cards are only accepted at the time of rental if accompanied by a return ticket itinerary.

The tenant must use the aforementioned payment method for the deposit amount. The amount of the deposit will not be available for use by the Renter and/or will not be returned to the Renter until the vehicle is returned.

If the Tenant has additional amounts due under the Agreement, those additional amounts may be deducted from the amount of the Tenant's deposit, if applicable. If such additional amounts are not deducted from the deposit amount, if applicable, they will be charged to the payment method specified by the Lessee at the time of rental, unless the Lessee designates a different payment method above for collection.

If you use a debit card for any of the above amounts, the available funds in the account linked to the Renter's debit card will be reduced by those amounts. In addition, the Lessee is responsible for all overdraft charges incurred.

Money orders and prepaid cards are not acceptable forms of payment at the time of rental, including the deposit amount, but may be used to pay any amount due at the end of the rental upon return of the vehicle. Cash is not accepted.

In addition to one of the above payment methods, credit cards with sufficient available credit listed on the Renter's Profile or Rewards Account (Emerald Club, E Club, etc.) will be accepted as payment for all amounts due under the Agreement.

All amounts owed by Renter under the Agreement shall be (a) held as a hold and ultimately charged to Renter's credit or debit card or (b) charged to Renter's debit card.

Please read the Tenant Requirements Policy (see above) for additional details regarding the use of debit cards and general rental requirements at this location.

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The renter can purchase Roadside Plus (RSP) from the owner for an additional fee. If the Renter purchases an RSP, the Owner agrees, subject to actions that override the damage waiver, to contractually waive the Renter's liability for the cost of providing 24/7 roadside assistance (where available) , which includes replacement of lost keys (including remote control entry), flat tire service (if the spare tire is not inflated, the vehicle will be towed. The cost of a replacement tire is not covered by the RSP), lockout service (if keys are locked in the vehicle), Jump starts and fuel delivery service up to 3 gallons (or equivalent liters) of fuel if the vehicle is out of fuel. Roadside Plus services are available in the United States and Canada only. If the renter does not purchase an RSP or the RSP is canceled as stated above, roadside assistance will be available but standard charges will apply. RSP is not valid in Mexico. For roadside assistance, call 1-800-367-6767.In CA, KS, MO, NV and NY keys are not covered by RSP.

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Additional Liability Protection (SLP) is offered at the time of rental for an additional daily fee. If accepted, the SLP provides the renter and authorized drivers with up to $300,000 combined individual limit for third party liability claims. If the tenant accepts the SLP, National provides third party liability coverage up to the applicable minimum financial responsibility limit and Zurich American Insurance Company provides additional third party liability coverage of the applicable minimum financial responsibility limit up to $300,000. This is just a summary. SLP is subject to the terms, conditions, provisions, limitations and exclusions in the additional rental liability insurance policy carried by Zurich American Insurance Company. Purchase of SLP is optional and not required for car rental. The coverage provided by the SLP may duplicate the tenant's existing coverage. National is not qualified to assess the adequacy of a tenant's existing coverage. Therefore, the renter should consider their own personal insurance policies or other sources of coverage that may duplicate the coverage provided by the SLP.

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The TollPass program is our electronic toll collection program that allows our renters to drive through electronic toll lanes and pay tolls electronically, without stopping and paying in cash. Additionally, many toll stations have switched to electronic toll collection and removed the option for travelers to stop and pay cash at the toll.

The TollPass program is offered in different ways depending on where you rent. For more information, visit the following websites.

• Northeastern US (including the Midwest):


• Chicago Metropolitan Area:


• Golden Gate Bridge and Northern California Bay Area:


• Southern California:

• CO, FL, TX, NC, GA, WA, PR and Ontario Canada:

• Louisville KY:

• Utah:

To see the full coverage map, go tohttps://www.nationalcar.com/en_US/car-rental-faqs/use-toll-lanes.htmland click Coverage Map.

TollPass products are not available at all licensee-operated locations or locations. Check the rental location's policies and/or promotions for toll products to determine TollPass availability.

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Orlando International Airport (MCO) car rental? ›

Orlando, renowned for its world-class theme parks like Disney World and Universal Studios, draws millions of visitors each year. Many of these tourists need transportation, leading to an increased demand for car rentals. This high demand, coupled with a limited supply, invariably leads to higher rental costs.

Why are rental cars so expensive at MCO? ›

Orlando, renowned for its world-class theme parks like Disney World and Universal Studios, draws millions of visitors each year. Many of these tourists need transportation, leading to an increased demand for car rentals. This high demand, coupled with a limited supply, invariably leads to higher rental costs.

How much does it cost to rent a car in airport Orlando? ›

Car Rental at Orlando Airport from $18/day - KAYAK.

What does MCO stand for with Orlando Airport? ›

The airport designator code “MCO” comes from the former McCoy Air Force Base, named after Colonel Michael N. W. McCoy, on which site, located at -81.08W 28.96 N, and at 113 feet (34 meters) above sea level, Orlando International Airport now stands.

Is it necessary to rent a car in Orlando? ›

Not having a car in Orlando is absolutely fine if your plan is to do Disney-only (better, in fact, as you can avoid rental costs and parking charges at your hotel). However, there are downsides to using the Disney resort transport.

Do you need insurance to rent a car in Orlando? ›

No, you do not need rental car insurance in Florida. Rental car companies in Florida provide the minimum state-required liability insurance coverage, more specifically, they provide $25,000 in property damage liability coverage per accident. Florida requires drivers to carry personal injury protection (PIP), too.

How much does it cost to leave your car at Orlando Airport for a week? ›

The South Park Place and North Park Place Economy lots are the ideal options for long-term parking. You can park your car in this lot for up to 90 days, and long-term parking costs you $10 per day. Parking at Parking Garage C costs you $19 per day.

Is it cheaper to rent a car or to fly? ›

Renting a car can be cheaper than flying because the travel expenses look a lot like driving your own car. You'll pay for the use of the car, fuel, and e-Toll service (if you use it)—but you don't have to pay for depreciation or insurance (unless you opt for add-on protections/insurance).

What do you need to rent a car in Orlando? ›

All renters must meet all standard rental qualifications, including:
  • Produce a Major Credit Card (Debit Cards cannot be used at time of pick-up).
  • Produce a Drivers License bearing the same name as the Credit Card.
  • Names must match on Credit Card and Drivers License presented at the rental counter at the time of pick-up.

How long does it take to get through Orlando International Airport security? ›

Current Average TSA Wait Time at MCO

This average wait time is based on the current time (Pacific Standard Time). Please expect to wait up to at least (6 mins) on average to go through security checkpoints at MCO.

Is MCO a small airport? ›

At 11,605 acres (4,696 ha), MCO is one of the largest commercial airports in terms of land area in the United States.

Is MCO the same as Orlando International? ›

Orlando International Airport (MCO)

Where is rental car pickup in MCO airport? ›

The off-airport rental car companies pick up and drop-off at: Terminal A: Level 1 (Ground Transportation) in spaces A11-A13.

Are there shuttles from MCO? ›

Out of Town Shuttles. Out-of-town shuttles are available on Level 1 (Ground Transportation) of Terminal A (spaces A14-A15), Terminal B (spaces B14-B15), and Terminal C (spaces C205-C209).

Where do Uber drivers pick up at MCO? ›

Pickup locations are located on Level 2 and may vary by terminal. Rideshare pickup signs might also be available at Orlando Airport.

How can I get around Orlando without a car? ›

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  7. Theme Park Shuttles. ...
  8. Walking.

What are reasons you can't get a rental car? ›

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  • 8) No proof of ID.

What do most car rentals require? ›

To be 25 years old (if you're under 25, you may be required to pay a young driver's fee, which varies by rental location) A valid driver's license with a photo. A photo ID (For example: a driver's license or passport) Credit or debit card (check the acceptable forms of payment at the location you're renting from)

Does car insurance cover rental cars in Florida? ›

So given those assumptions, the response is yes, your auto insurance policy will generally carry over to a rental car for physical damage to the rental car and for liability protection while driving the rental, so long as the driver of the rental car is an insured as defined by the Florida auto policy.

Do you need your own car insurance to rent car in Florida? ›

Many people are confused about whether or not the car rental insurance offered at the counter is required. Florida requires car rental companies to carry insurance on their vehicle. However, there is no corresponding law that says that someone has to purchase additional insurance.

Can I reserve a parking spot at MCO? ›

Luckily, reserving a secure, convenient MCO parking spot is easier than ever with The Parking Spot! Use our handy app to reserve affordable airport parking in Orlando, board a shuttle, and go! You can also get more information about MCO through our airport guide.

How much is it from Orlando airport to international drive? ›

The quickest way to get from Orlando Airport (MCO) to 6323 International Drive is to taxi which costs $35 - $45 and takes 20 min. Is there a direct bus between Orlando Airport (MCO) and 6323 International Drive?

How do I return a rental car at the airport? ›

“On-site” airport car rental return

At a busy location, an attendant will be ready to identify the car and check for any damages, mileage and more items as soon as you get to the return lane. If everything's ok, the attendant will hand you a receipt that proves you've returned the car and you'll be good to go.

Is Turo car rental legit? ›

Ultimately, Turo is a safe and legitimate way to rent a car from a local host. Since 2010, Turo has grown into a popular service with more than 332K total app ratings and an “Excellent” ranking on Trustpilot from consumers. To get started, you can download the app for iPhone or Android or visit the company's website.

Is it cheaper to rent a car longer or shorter? ›

In many cases, rental companies will provide a lower rate on a long-term rental compared to a short-term one, and they sometimes also offer unlimited mileage.

What are the rules about renting a car in Florida? ›

The minimum age is 21 although under age 25 drivers will be subject to a surcharge payable on collection (see below). If you choose our Young Driver's Package with Alamo or National then up to 3 drivers age 21-24 can drive the car with no additional charges on collection.

What is the minimum age to rent a car in Orlando Florida? ›

How old do you have to be to rent a car in Florida? To rent a car in Florida, you must be at least 21 years old.

Can you holiday in Florida without a car? ›

Most people who vacation in Florida either drive to Florida or rent a car when they get there but it is possible to get around in Florida without a car.

What are the busiest times at MCO? ›

It's spring break, what you need to know before traveling through MCO. ORLANDO, Fla. — It's the busiest time of year for the Orlando International Airport: spring break season.

Can you bring food through TSA? ›

Solid food items (not liquids or gels) can be transported in either your carry-on or checked bags. Liquid or gel food items larger than 3.4 oz are not allowed in carry-on bags and should be placed in your checked bags if possible.

Does MCO have TSA PreCheck? ›

MCO is one of the first airports to offer the new TSA PreCheck enrollment initiative for departing travelers. It will allow travelers to enroll in TSA PreCheck as they depart for their trip with no need for an appointment.

Can you walk from Terminal A to B at MCO? ›

Yes, you can walk from Terminal A to Terminal B the estimate time will be 5 to 6 mins Orlando Airport Shuttle Driver.

What is the difference between Terminal A and B at Orlando Airport? ›

Terminal A houses Airside 1 and 2, and Terminal B is the home to Airside 3 and 4. Follow this list of airlines to determine where you need to go.

What Airlines are in Terminal B at MCO? ›

Main Terminal — B-Side
  • Aeromexico.
  • Air Canada.
  • American Airlines.
  • Bahamas Air.
  • Delta Air Lines.
  • LATAM Airlines.
  • Rouge (Air Canada)
  • Silver Airways.
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Is MCO closest to Disney World? ›

What is the closest airport to Disney World? The closest airport to the Disney Parks is the Orlando International Airport (or MCO for short), which is located in the Southeast of central Orlando.

Can you take food through security at Orlando Airport? ›

Orlando Airport Security

One less common thing the Orlando Airport also requires is that you remove all food items from your non-checked bags. You can bring them through, just make sure they are accessible to take out when going through the line.

How early can you check bags for a flight? ›

The earliest you can check your bags vary based on the airline and airport policies. But in general, the earliest time you can check your bags is 2-4 hours before flight time. Some may allow up to 6 hours, but most international flights won't accept check-in earlier than that.

Why are rental cars so expensive in Florida right now? ›

Rental car prices have been surging because demand is high and supply is low, both due to the coronavirus crisis and the chip shortage.

Why are rentals so expensive in Orlando? ›

Higher rents are largely spurred by Orlando's booming population, which will see 1,500 new residents per week, according to the Orlando Economic Partnership.

Why are airport rental cars so expensive? ›

Don't Rent at the Airport

Rental companies often price their vehicles in peculiar ways, too. For example, cars rented at the airport are almost always more expensive because of added taxes and fees. Typically, when you rent at an off-airport location, you could save 20 percent or more.

Why are rental cars so expensive all of a sudden? ›

Demand for rental cars is outpacing the supply of available vehicles, so rental car prices have gone sky high. If you have been surprised by unusually high rental car rates, or by rental cars being generally unavailable, read on.

What is the most rented vehicle in Florida? ›

The most popular rental car type in Florida is an economy, followed by compact and fullsize.

What car is rented the most in Florida? ›

As a matter of fact, Thrifty's cheapest and most popular rental car in Florida is a ragtop, the Chrysler LeBaron convertible. But the most popular rentals at other companies are economy models, such as the Geo Prism, Chevy Cavalier, the Ford Tempo and Mitsubishi Galant.

Is rent going down in Florida 2023? ›

While there's no consensus on what rents will do exactly in 2023 — go up a little, go down a little, or stay flat, according to three forecasts — what's clear is they are expected to return to more normal growth patterns, instead of the unsustainable, record rates seen in 2021 and 2022.

Will Orlando rent prices go down? ›

Zillow's latest rental data shows rent prices in Orlando fell 0.5% month-over-month to about $2,008. Divounguy said the demand for rentals is lacking not only because prices are too high, but the housing supply is not high enough. He predicted the shortage will cause rent prices to continue declining in 2023.

Is rent in Orlando going down? ›

Orlando rent growth in 2023 pacing below last year

Five months into the year, rents in Orlando have risen 1.0%. This is a slower rate of growth compared to what the city was experiencing at this point last year: from January to May 2022 rents had increased 6.0%.

Is it cheaper to book a flight and rental car together? ›

By booking flights and car rentals together, you can often get great deals on both. Airlines, travel companies and online sites will offer discounts to travelers looking for both a flight and a car. Take the time to shop around. While you will save money, you may have to give up a little flexibility.

How do you beat the high price car rental? ›

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  5. Compare Prices. ...
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  7. Look for Coupon Codes. ...
  8. Read the Fine Print.

Will rental car prices go down in 2023? ›

Rental car costs have dropped slightly in 2023 compared to 2022. However, most industry experts predict that rental car rates will, unfortunately, remain high for the foreseeable future. It may be a while before we see rental car prices return to normal.

Why have car rental prices doubled? ›

In fact, July 2021 rental car prices averaged 67% higher than July prices in 2019, the last normal summer pre-pandemic. Road trips were especially hot that summer (thus high demand), but other factors — including a global semiconductor shortage and tourism industry labor shortages — contributed to low supply.


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