Car rentals are up and inventories are down
“They were expensive! We were only here in March and the saving to compact (the cars) was $ 30, now the cheapest we found was $ 50, ”said Mary Saldana, a visitor from California.
To avoid this queue at the front desk, AAA said to try to make all your reservations in advance.
“We heard that you need to book early as there was a shortage of rental cars that you couldn’t walk out the window and get the car you want, and we are traveling with a family of five, we so booked early and got what we wanted, ”said Boston visitor Ann Marie Condon.
They said it’s best to be flexible with your travel dates, weekly rentals tend to be cheaper than overnight bookings, and some rental companies may offer you a refund for the days. unused if you return the vehicle earlier.
“The various car rental companies have a shortage right now, and it’s a shame because people want to go out and travel, and that’s a limiting factor for families,” said Richard Schroeder, a visitor to the ‘Illinois.
Another tip offered by AAA was to consider the location outside the airport.
AAA said it was often cheaper than renting at the airport, but to be sure to ask for the location’s hours of operation and if they have airport transportation.