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Wednesday, March 05, 2014
Depending on the rental policy of the company, you may be required to make a down payment that would consist of a portion of the rental rate, taxes and security deposit. A processing fee for the truck rental can also add up to this initial cost. In addition to these are the refueling and delivery and pick up charges. You might want to arrange the return of the pick up truck to be made to a branch of the rentals that is close to the new address, to save time, fuel cost and energy. Considering this, you would be better off making the rental from a big reputable company that has a lot of branches nationwide. You should also expect to pay the following: Loss Damage Waiver, Domestic Security Fees, Environmental Recovery Fees and Vehicle Licensing Cost Recovery Fees. Before affixing your signature on the rental agreement, you should ask for a clarification on the fees. You should also be aware of possible hidden charges so make sure each of the items on the rental quotes is clear to you. If you have been given a discount verbally, see to it that it would appear on the rental contract. Otherwise, don't sign the papers.
Apart from these fees, you should know that there are other potential charges you can incur. These could add up to your total cost but they can be avoided if you know how to. If you are going to rent from Hertz Equip, ask the rental staff for an orientation on such charges. Typically, rental companies will charge for late return. This could amount to a late fee plus a daily rate. Fee for excessive mileage can also be charged but such could differ among rental companies. In the same way, you could be paying more if you are returning a dirty or damaged truck.