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One Way Car/Truck Rental Canada

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Afternoon all Im going to Canada in September and looking for a one way car rental. Calgary 18th Sept - Vancouver 24th Quotes seems to vary wildly, Anybody have any experience on this type of…
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2w, 6d agoPosted 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Afternoon all

Im going to Canada in September and looking for a one way car rental.

Calgary 18th Sept - Vancouver 24th

Quotes seems to vary wildly, Anybody have any experience on this type of rental?

I realise there will almost certainly be a one way drop fee they seen to range for $200-$3000

Im wanting ideally a "nice" Premium/Luxury or Truck/SUV to add more to the roadtrip type experience, Ive emailed a few odd independants and tried to Avis, Hertz, Discount etc

Thank in advance
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2w, 6d agoPosted 2 weeks, 6 days ago
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#1
Try http://www.rentalcars.com, they're the company I plan to use when I visit the US in the summer. They generally seem to be well regarded on the trip advisor forums.

Not sure about Canada but in the US virtually all companies charge a flat rate surcharge of $500 if you drop off the car at a different location irrespective of the distance you travel.

Edited By: spoo on Feb 01, 2017 14:04
#2
There is absolutely no need to email the big names, it is a service they provide and usually free of charge. Last minute I booked a Chyrysler 300 for 7 days from Toronto for £172.55 and dropped it off in Montreal. Was going to be same price if I'd taken it back to Toronto.
You get insurance with it, but the excess is £500, so I took out Car hire excess insurance for £15 from Liesure Guard.
#3
spoo
Try http://www.rentalcars.com, they're the company I plan to use when I visit the US in the summer. They generally seem to be well regarded on the trip advisor forums.

Not sure about Canada but in the US virtually all companies charge a flat rate surcharge of $500 if you drop off the car at a different location irrespective of the distance you travel.
A $500 surcharge is bonkers. As stated above, as long as you pickup and drop off from participating branches there is no surcharge. Search for Avis one way car rental Canada and it says from $19.99.
#4
spoo
Not sure about Canada but in the US virtually all companies charge a flat rate surcharge of $500 if you drop off the car at a different location irrespective of the distance you travel.
$500 surcharge? They saw you coming! I've never been surcharged for one way rentals within the same US state, and even the out of state ones were less that $100.
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Delbert Grady
spoo
Not sure about Canada but in the US virtually all companies charge a flat rate surcharge of $500 if you drop off the car at a different location irrespective of the distance you travel.
$500 surcharge? They saw you coming! I've never been surcharged for one way rentals within the same US state, and even the out of state ones were less that $100.
That's what I though. Have used A is many times in North America and never heard of such a thing. They do continuously try to do bait and switch with me though.
#6
Reserved via canadianaffair.com managed to get a premium SUV for £370 with just a $100 canadian drop fee paid locally

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