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Old Apr 2, 2015, 12:01 pm
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Territorial Restrictions & Rentals across state lines

The rental vehicle may only be used in the state of pick-up and the surrounding geographical area (Region) as specified in the table below:
State of Pick-Up Region
Arizona California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah
Californien Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Nevada
Connecticut Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, New Jersey
Florida Alabama, Georgia
Georgia Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee
Massachusetts Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, New York, Maine, New Jersey
Minnesota North & South Dakota, Iowa, Wisconsin
Michigan Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Ontario(Canada)
Nevada Utah, Arizona, California, Idaho, Oregon
New Jersey New York
North Carolina Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia
South Carolina Georgia, North Carolina
Washington British Columbia (Canada), California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon
Texas Louisiana,Oklahoma, Arkansas, New Mexico
Tennessee Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi
Washington British Columbia (Canada), California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon
Pick-up at locations servicing an airport or port:

For local renters (local renters are defined as renters who pick up in the state of their residence as identified by the address on their driver's license) the following territorial restrictions apply:
Local renters picking up a vehicle at locations servicing an airport or port may not use the rental vehicle outside the State of pick-up if they do not have a return airline ticket/boarding pass orround trip itinerary. Proof of insurance might be required.
Pick up at all other locations not servicing an airport or port:

The territorial restrictions stated in the table above apply to all renters who pick-up at locations not servicing an airport or port.

Renters using the rental vehicle in violation of the applicable territorial restrictions will be charged a fee of $0.50 for each mile the vehicle has been driven during the rental.

For one-way rentals across state lines (one-way rentals across state lines are defined as rentals where the vehicle is returned in a state other than the state of pick-up) the following applies:

The territorial restrictions described in the table above may not apply to renters with both a reservation and a matching rental agreement stating the return location is in a state other than the state of pick-up. However, the Vehicle may only be used in the continental United States and British Columbia, Canada.
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