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The rental desk often wishes to see that the credit card is issued in exactly the same name as the driving licence. If you and your father share a name or a first initial it would probably be acceptable, but it seems to me a bit risky. A better solution is to ask your father to take out a second card on the same account, but in your name. This is called a ...


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It will be tough, as most larger car rental agencies want you to be 25 or older and have x years of license; some allow below, but charge you through the nose for that. I cannot name specific companies that allow it, but probably the farther you go from big to obscure, the easier it gets. You will be able to find that info on the internet, together with ...


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That depends very much on the country. In New Zealand, we've never paid extra for a second driver. In the US, fees for a second driver are very common. In Germany it's been mixed but also typically cheaper than in the US. It's unlikely that a single "one size fits all" strategy would be useful. For the US, check out ...



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