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Florida One-Way Car Rental Special
Rent a car one-way out of Florida for as low as $4.95 per day.
Leaving Florida? Rent a car one-way out of Florida for $4.95/day.

Link: https://www.enterprise.com/en/car...drive.html

Coming home from a winter beach getaway? Looking to bring back more memories than the suitcases can handle? Take advantage of this great rental car offer as you drive out of sunny Florida. Explore what lies in-between and make the drive an experience to remember.

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Offer available for one-way rentals driven out of Florida locations and returned to any participating Enterprise locations in the Continental US outside of the state of Florida.
Rent an Economy through Full Size vehicle for $4.95/day, and SUV for $19.95/day or a Minivan for $24.95/day.
Valid at participating locations only.
Reserve now for pick up between April 1-May 31, 2017.
Reserve your vehicle below and take advantage of this great offer today!

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Offer valid for reservations picked up between 4/1/2017-5/31/2017 from the following participating Florida locations: Boca Raton, Clearwater, Cocoa Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Key West, Miami, Naples, Punta Gorda, Sarasota, Tampa and West Palm. Offer valid for reservations picked up between 4/16/2017-5/31/2017 from the following participating Florida locations: Daytona Beach, Disney Hotels, Melbourne, Orlando and Sanford. Offer rate of $4.95 per day applies to Economy, Compact, Intermediate, Standard and Full size vehicles, $19.95 per day applies to Intermediate and Standard SUVs and $24.95 per day applies to Minivans.* Offer applies to base rate charge (time and mileage) and does not apply to applicable taxes, fees, surcharges, refueling, youthful driver or other charges or any optional product or service (such as optional damage waiver of $30 or less per day), which are the responsibility of the Renter. For certain locations, rates of less than $4.95 per day may be available. To see if a lower rate is available, visit www.enterprise.com or contact the location in question. It is the renter's responsibility to check for a lower rate. Offer Includes Unlimited Mileage. Vehicle must be returned to a participating Enterprise location in the continental U.S., outside the state of Florida. Minimum one-day rental required and a 21-day maximum applies. Additional mandatory charges may be imposed, including, but not limited to a customer facility charge, airport concession fee, tourism commission assessment, vehicle license recovery fee, or other government-imposed taxes or fees. For more information, including an estimate of your total rental cost, visit our Internet website at www.enterprise.com. Enterprise reserves the right to terminate the offer or change the terms at any time. This offer cannot be combined with any other discount and cannot be applied to a previous or existing reservation or rental. Offer is subject to vehicle availability at the time of booking. Renter and additional driver(s) must meet standard age, driver and credit requirements. Please check your auto insurance policy and/or credit card agreement for rental vehicle coverage. Other restrictions may apply.
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The young renter fee kills EVERY car rental deal D:
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Hell of a deal. I'm guessing that at $4.95 all but the economy car will be in very short supply
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Is this better than the Hertz one? I mean it is cheaper than $8/day but is it cheaper on overall prices after fees are added?
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This is actually potentially perfect for the weird situation I find myself in. The rest of my family is flying into FL and I am supposed to drive down, meet them, and all drive back up a week later. It would be cheaper to fly down, get a cheap rental, and drive it back up!

It makes sense for the rental companies, too, because instead of paying to truck the vehicles around, they get paid and have renters deliver them outside FL.
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Awesome deal and very timely! I just booked a full size for $4.95/day. 6 days came out to just over $50.
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Testing it out I see $175 for a week turns into $275 after fees. Still pretty good, but still fees are almost 60% of base price.
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If you don't have auto insurance if your own the don't forget to add CDW and SLP to it. In Florida renters insurance is primary for liability claims so if you don't have insurance and get into an accident then enterprise will settle the liability claim and seek recovery from you. Your credit card will not address liability claims. Good luck
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If you don't have auto insurance if your own the don't forget to add CDW and SLP to it. In Florida renters insurance is primary for liability claims so if you don't have insurance and get into an accident then enterprise will settle the liability claim and seek recovery from you. Your credit card will not address liability claims. Good luck
your credit card will cover CDW though. why buy.

edit: even though cc will cover collision damage, it won't pay for rental for the days car has to be in the shop. rental cdw protects you from that. sure.

I'm curious why so many people drive one way into florida though
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your credit card will cover CDW though. why buy

I'm curious why so many people drive one way into florida though
If you rear end someone then your credit card won't cover third party claim. For that you need SLP. Again if you rent in Florida and don't have SLP then you can be personally responsible for third party damages.
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If you rear end someone then your credit card won't cover third party claim. For that you need SLP. Again if you rent in Florida and don't have SLP then you can be personally responsible for third party damages.
right. but just making sure why you said to include cdw.

I did add an edit to my response to you that credit card will not cover rental fees for days the rented car will be in the shop, that Enterprise will ask you to pay for. that's the only catch in credit card cdw coverage.

SLP I'm with you on.
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Hell of a deal. I'm guessing that at $4.95 all but the economy car will be in very short supply
Nope, got a full sized one for $4.95 a day. Smilie With extras it came to $16.33 for two 24 hour periods. One tip, don't pick up at an airport if possible as those fees could have doubled my cost.
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your credit card will cover CDW though. why buy.

edit: even though cc will cover collision damage, it won't pay for rental for the days car has to be in the shop. rental cdw protects you from that. sure.

I'm curious why so many people drive one way into florida though
Me too. One way out of Florida makes more sense Wink
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All the snow birds leaving...
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The young renter fee kills EVERY car rental deal D:
Sign up for a free USAA account and book through them to get it waived. Anyone is allowed to use the benefit, even without military ties. That's what I did until I turned 25.
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