Renter Requirements & Eligibility
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1. Local Terms and Conditions:
The rental company operating the local 330 Cars rental office may have other requirements and policies. The requirements and policies of the local rental office will control when different from those listed here. Check the local terms and conditions posted on the web page of the renting location for more information about their local rental policies or terms and conditions.
2. Driver’s License:
United States Residents and U.S. Military Personnel:
A renter, additional renter, or authorized additional driver who is a resident of the United States, must present at the time of rental a driver's license issued by any state, territory or possession of the United States that is valid for the entire rental period. 330 Cars will accept a valid U.S. military identification card plus an expired state-issued driver's license for active duty U.S. military personnel in those states where active duty U.S. military can drive on an expired driver's license. 330 Cars will accept a state-issued temporary driver's license when valid for the entire rental period, or a traffic citation issued as a temporary license when valid for the entire rental period, the court date being the expiration date (from states that observe this practice), both when accompanied with an additional form of photo identification with signature, other than the payment card used for the rental security. 330 Cars will accept a driver’s license notated with “NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR OFFICIAL FEDERAL PURPOSES” or similar notation if issued by a bordering State to the State of the NextCar office where you intend to rent a vehicle. NextCar does not accept a learners permit as a valid driver’s license.
International Driver’s License:
A renter, additional renter, or authorized additional driver who is a resident of a country outside the United States, must present at the time of rental a driver's license issued by the country of residence that is valid for the entire rental period. If the driver’s license is not in English, the renter and any additional renters or drivers will be required to present both the foreign issued driver’s license and a current International Driver’s Permit (“IDP”); or, if from Japan, a Japanese Translation Service. An IDP does not give a person the right to drive but provides a certified translation of the valid foreign driver’s license. An IDP can be obtained in the driver's country of residence only with a valid driver’s license. An IDP (or certified translation) without the foreign issued driver’s license is not acceptable. The renter, additional renter, or authorized additional driver may be requested to show a passport, visa or other current U.S. issued documentation at the beginning of the rental authorizing each person to be present in the USA for the entire rental period.
3. Deposits and Payments :
To qualify to rent a 330 Cars vehicle, the renter, additional renter, or authorized additional driver must present at the time of rental a payment card (credit, debit or prepaid debit card) in each individual’s own name with the required available funds. The name and signature on the driver’s license and payment card must be the same. Eligible payment cards are American Express, Discover, MasterCard or Visa. (330 Cars does not accept the small “key ring” payment cards issued by these companies.) Please note, all cards must have an embedded microchip and be readable by inserting the card in our chip and pin certified card reader. Cards with magnetic swipe only are not accepted.
A. Credit Card User – Our Quickest Rental Process:
The fastest way to complete the rental process is to present your driver’s license and credit card at the beginning of the rental. Debit cards and prepaid debit cards are also accepted but require a potentially lengthy insurance verification when presented for deposit purposes at the beginning of the rental process.