Generally, the minimum age to rent a vehicle in Canada is 21, except in Saskatchewan and/or Quebec, where it is 18. Note that in most provinces you are able to rent a car if you are over 21 years old, however an Underage Fee will apply to those under 25, which may be subjected to tax and surcharges. In addition, restrictions on the size and type of vehicles will apply to renters between 21- 24 years old.
The age surcharge varies per car rental provider and can be viewed on the "Important Information" box during the booking process or the car rental provider's Terms and Conditions.
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Before booking, it is important to read the Terms and Conditions of the rental car providers you are comparing because they will state what the minimum rental age is and whether there are any additional fees or requirements for being under a certain age. Click here if you want to know what types of driver's licences do you need to rent a car.
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