When one goes to places like Avis (amongst others) to book a car it asks for the country of which you are a resident of and this does seem to change the price.
My question is, when they ask for "resident" do they really intend to ask people if they are official or permanent residents?
The Help isn't helping at all.
Please select the appropriate country of where you currently reside to ensure the appropriate surcharges and fees are applied and/or certain inclusions/exclusions are associated with your reservation. Certain surcharges and fees, such as GST and one-way fees vary by country and may be mandatory for residents in some countries. In addition to this, your selection will allow us to provide you with the most accurate rate information and total and will help eliminate delays at the rental counter.
I am a Indian citizen on an F1 visa and have been in US for over 7 years and have a US drivers license. Do I really tick "Indian" as country of residence since I don't have a Green Card?