We at VroomVroomVroom have compiled a list of frequently asked questions for your convenience before you book your rental car in Canada. Since we get these questions a lot, you will finally find the answers below.
For customers with a licence in a language other than English and the letters are not English, an International Driving Permit (IDP) is required. Customers may not rent a vehicle solely with the IDP as it serves as a translation only and is not recognised a licence.
Learn more about International Driver's Permit here.
Most rental companies in Canada offer a wide range of vehicles, ranging from small economy cars to full-size or SUV to large luxury models and vans. Think carefully what you'll be driving and whether you will need a compact car for city driving or a full-size vehicle for challenging roads.
Read more about the Best Rental Cars.
Generally, renters will get a basic level of cover included in the cost of their rental. However, there are exceptions, especially if you are a resident of Canada. A few credit card companies might offer damage and theft cover for rental cars. Should you decide to rely on that cover, you can book a basic package (sometimes called a standard package) that doesn't include damage and theft cover. On the other hand, you can book an inclusive package that does include damage and theft cover.
Click here to learn how car rental insurance works differently in Canada.