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Frequently asked questions
Car rentals at Pearson Intl. Airport (YYZ) are located on Level 1 of the Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 parking lots. Here you’ll be able to book a ride at National/Alamo, Budget or Avis. Hertz and Enterprise also offer some fantastic deals.
We’ve got good news! You should get all of your money back if you let us know at least six hours before the collection time. Your itinerary contains information about this, as does our Customer Service Portal. Not all bookings will receive a refund though, so you may want to check the car rental policy.
From our exclusive offers to our rewards program and member prices, you’ll save when you book your car with Expedia. And with suppliers in Toronto to select from, you have ample choice when it comes to finding the perfect wheels. But we don’t just offer excellent rates on rental cars. Hotels, flights and more can be added to your itinerary to create your dream Toronto vacation package. Save more when you bundle more!
Browse our extensive selection of rental cars, check out customer reviews and compare offers from big-name suppliers. In a few easy clicks, Expedia will help you get the best deal on your ride. Got a flight or hotel booking? Add on your Toronto car rental to save even more.
A valid driver’s license and a credit card in the same name are necessities. Opting out of the company’s insurance plan? Then there’s a good chance you’ll also need proof of other coverage. Requirements can differ between rental companies, so be sure to read through your policy.
You can get behind the wheel in Toronto with a valid U.S. License. But if you’d like peace of mind, obtain an International Driving Permit before you head off. It’s another handy form of identification to have in your wallet.
Yes. Expedia partners with trusted companies that offer weekly and monthly rentals for all types of cars. Take a look at our long-term car rental deals and explore every nook and cranny of Toronto — or way beyond!
Some Toronto outlets will rent to drivers under 25 years old, and others won’t. Age policies differ between suppliers, so you’ll need to do some research. Also, find out if there are additional costs. Some outlets will apply a surcharge to customers between 21 and 24. Be sure to read through the terms and conditions to avoid any nasty surprises.