Car Rentals in Canada

Renting a Car in Canada

Vehicles can be driven in any provincial in Canada but must be returned to the location from which they were rented or drop-off charges will apply.

Vehicles may not be driven into Mexico. Vehicles are allowed One Ways between provinces.

No One Way rentals are allowed into the United States.

Driving on road that are not government maintained voids the contract and the Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) coverage. The customer will be fully responsible for any damage done to the car, up to the full value of the vehicle.

A full and valid Driver´┐Żs License held for a minimum of 12 months from country of origin is required to rent a car in Canada.

Minimum age is 21 years of age except where provincial law provides otherwise. In the province of Newfoundland the minimum rental age is 25 years. Drivers between 21 - 24 will be subject to a young drivers surcharge.

Driving laws in Canada are very similar to those in the USA. Even the limit of blood alcohol level for driving is the same (.08 mg/ml).

Car Hire in Canada