The car rental area in Miami airport is really good in my opinion. In a large semi circular area all of the rental companies are laid out next to each other. It's convenient to get to as well, via shuttle from the main terminal. Once there it was a short wait and a smooth transaction to get all my paperwork done and from there it was down two floors to the car park to pick up my car.
So! Off I set. I was a small bit nervous about driving on my own, but not too bad. While it was my first time doing this drive completely on my own, and it can be a bit tricky getting out of Miami airport, I had recently (back in May) done the drive with Mam so this gave me a bit of confidence. Anyway, no problems at all. I took all of the correct turns getting out of the airport and avoided going towards Miami city (which happened me once before, and ugh was a complete nightmare to get out of) and in no time at all I was on the Overseas Highway/US 1 and on my way to PARADISE!
Strike that. All is GREAT.
If you are between the ages of 21 to 25, the following categories are available to you:ReplyDelete
E*** e.g. Hyundai Accent, Chevrolet Spark
CC**, CF** and CL** e.g. Toyota Yaris iA, Toyota Prius
IC**, IF** e.g. Chevrolet Equinox, Mini Countryman
SC**, SV** e.g. Toyota Corolla, Volkswagen Jetta
FC** e.g. Chevrolet Malibu, Toyota Camry, Chevrolet Impala
MV** - minivan e.g. Mercedes-Benz Metris, Dodge Grand Caravan
Why young drivers of 21-24 years of age are overcharged in MIA Airport, USA? According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, young drivers under the age of 25 are considered to be high-risk drivers. Statistically, they are by 25% more often involved in car accidents than adults over 25 years old. For this reason, rental companies claim additional charge (Young Driver Surcharge) to cover expenses of potential damage.. More information read here: alamo rent a car, 3900 nw 25th st ste 400, miami, fl 33142 . rent a car for 22 year old