WHAT ARE YOUR AGE REQUIREMENTS FOR RENTING IN THE US AND CANADA?

 


The minimum age to rent a vehicle is 21 years of age; there is no maximum age restriction in the United States and Canada. See exceptions below.

  • A 'Young Renter Fee' may be applied to your rental, if you are between the ages of 21 and 24.
    • The average cost is approximately $20.00 per day but can be higher or lower based on the rental location.
    • If you wish to know the cost of the 'Young Renter Fee' you may begin the reservation process to determine the exact amount of the fee for the rental location (please remember you will have the option to confirm or cancel the reservation).
  • Renters 21 through 24 years of age may only rent Economy through Fullsize cars

Exception: United States Government Employees - On Orders

  • A United States Government Employee can rent at 18 years of age, but must show the rental location his or her official orders.

Exception: Michigan

  • In Michigan, the minimum age to rent is 18 years of age as mandated by the state
  • Any driver 18-20 years of age will be charged an additional 'Young Renter Fee' of $40.00 per day
  • Any driver 21-24 years of age will be charged an additional 'Young Renter Fee' of $25.00 per day

Exception: New York State

  • In New York State, the minimum age to rent is 18 years of age as mandated by the state
  • Any driver 18-20 years of age will be charged an additional 'Young Renter Fee' of $57.00 per day
  • Any driver 21-24 years of age will be charged an additional 'Young Renter Fee' of $20.00 per day

Government Rentals



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