A car rental broker is an intermediary between car rental companies and consumers. Brokers don't own rental cars, the cars you rent are owned by international car rental companies (like Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Europcar, Hertz, National, Thrifty) or local rental companies. Our brokers cooperate with hundreds of rental companies.
Because car rental brokers handle large numbers of reservations they are able to negotiate much lower rental prices than individual consumers or small companies could. This saves you a lot of money!
Our brokers offer all-inclusive packages, so no unpleasant surprises: unlimited mileage/kilometers, third party insurance, CDW insurance, theft protection insurance, airport delivery charges and local taxes are included in the quoted rental price. The only extra insurance you may need is one to cover excess (own risk). Our brokers offer this for a fair price.
If you have any dispute with the rental company, the customer support department of the broker is there to assist you. Often they are in a much better position to negotiate with the rental company, so call them when any problem arises.
You may wonder: what's the catch? How is it possible that brokers offer exactly the same car for a much lower price? Why do rental companies cooperate with brokers anyway?
Car rental companies rent most cars to businesses. These usually rent a car for only one or two days and mainly during working days. Car rental brokers rent most cars to private consumers. Mainly during weekends and holidays, so brokers fill the gaps in the rental schedules. The average rental period is a whole week, so overhead is much lower than when a car has to be rented and serviced every day. That's why it's still profitable for rental companies when brokers rent their cars for a much lower price.
So what's the catch? There is none. You get exactly the same rental car, only cheaper and with the best rental conditions.