Hertz San Diego International Airport Airport
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The Hertz Rental Desk at San Diego International Airport is located at:
3355 Admiral Boland Way, San Diego Ap, 92101, CA, California
Both the vehicle and hire desk/counter are located inside the terminal.
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Hertz San Diego International Airport Airport
San Diego International Airport (SAN) is located approximately 3 miles, or 4.8km from the Central Business District of San Diego, a large city in the United States of America, and in the state of California. The airport is also known as the Lindbergh Field, and is a focus city for the airline companies of Southwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines. San Diego and its airport are also quite nearby the border between Mexico and the US, as Tijuana in Mexico is only about 15 miles away. Buses and taxis serve the airport, but many passengers prefer to travel in a rented car, from companies such as Hertz San Diego International Airport. A private vehicle is considered as best for exploring this wonderful region of America, and the car rental companies all offer high quality vehicles with reasonable rental rates.
The airport of San Diego is quite large, serving around 16 million passengers per annum, and consists of three terminal buildings, which are referred to as Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and the Commuter Terminal. Both the main terminals (1 and 2) have two parts, East and West, and several airline gates. They are also the terminals where passengers will arrive when flying with Alaska Airlines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines, however, Terminal 2 handles all the international flight arrivals. Passengers flying from Los Angeles will arrive at the Commuter Terminal. At present, the airport’s car hire companies are not located inside the terminal buildings, but there are reservation boards available nearby the baggage claim halls of Terminals 1 and 2. Here courtesy phones can be found to arrange shuttle transport to Hertz. Sometimes, however, a call is not even necessary, as the shuttles operate on a frequent basis. They can be found at Terminal 1 at the centre traffic aisle, and at Terminal 2 at the far west end of the building. They are also free of charge.
The San Diego International Airport car hire companies provide special access vehicles as well, ideal for passengers in wheelchairs. Special vehicles can be requested from the courtesy phones, or passengers can locate one of the airport volunteers for assistance. The entire airport complex is accessible as well, and the car hire companies may offer special services for disabled drivers. For example, Hertz hand controls can be hired, free of charge, from their San Diego Airport location. Hand control equipment is useful for persons with a lower limb disability. Persons who are unable to drive due to visual impairments can still be the primary renter of the vehicle, provided that they are accompanied by an able driver with a valid drivers license. This second-driver is free of charge.
Once at the car hire location of Hertz, customers will need to produce their driving license (issued in the US or one that is Canadian-endorsed) and a major credit card. The card, which can be American Express, Diner’s Club Int’l, Discover, Sears, Mastercard, Visa or GE Capital, will be used to hold the funds required for the estimated payment of the rental contract. These funds will not be available for use. The same credit card, or a debit card, may be used for the final payment. Persons over the age of 25 may also use a debit card at the start of the rental period, but younger drivers will need a major credit card, and will be subject to higher rental fees for young driver insurance. They may also not hire all types of vehicles – usually those of a larger size, or those of a special nature, are unavailable.
At San Diego International Airport, Hertz has a covered return centre, and offers Gold Canopy service for their members of the Hertz #1 Club Gold. They also hire child seats and the Hertz NeverLost In-Car Navigation System, and may allow one way hires. Hertz one way hires are sometimes referred to as the Hertz Rent-It-Here and Leave-It-There service, and could incur additional charges. Cars may be driven to all areas in California, but be careful not to leave the country, as cross-border rentals are often not permitted. From San Diego Airport, one way hires are chosen by passengers who are not planning to return to the airport, as the service allows the vehicle to be delivered to an alternative rental location.
Hertz is very popular for their Hertz #1 Club benefits, and for their vehicles that can be more specifically hired (by make and model) from the Green Traveler Collection, the Prestige Collection and the Adrenaline Collection. The loyalty program of Hertz is free to join, and occasional renters are welcome. Members enjoy many time and money saving benefits, and will have access to services that ordinary renters will not. Persons who rent a car from Hertz three or more times in a twelve month period will be invited to join the Hertz #1 Club Gold, for more exclusive benefits and discounts. Cars from Hertz that can be booked by their specific makes and models include the Smart Electric Vehicle, Hybrid Sedan and Jetta TDI Clean Diesel in the Green Traveler Collection, the Volvo V70 Convertible, Cadillac SRX, Mercedes E Class and Lincoln Navigator in the Prestige Collection and the Corvette Convertible, Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro SS from the Adrenaline Collection. Usually, cars may only be hired by their category.
The cars mentioned, however, may have a higher price tag, and therefore those in the Standard category are often more popular. Standard cars are similar to the Chevy Aveo, Kia Rio, Nissan Altima, Toyota Corolla and Toyota Camry. Vehicles with a larger capacity for passengers can be hired from Hertz as well. The Dodge Grand Caravan and Chevy Traverse are ideal for seven, while the Chevrolet Suburban and GMC Yukon can seat eight. The Ford Super Clubwagon is even larger, with room for twelve passengers.
Contact one of the San Diego International Airport car rental companies, or Hertz, for further details regarding their car rental terms and conditions.
3202 North Harbor Driver
San Diego (San Diego), California 92101
Telephone Number: 619-767-5700
Fax Number: 619-220-5219