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First of all, I would like to take the chance to warn you off of this particular provider. As per this person's review, The name on the rental agreement [on the car picked up at Thrifty at the MBJ airport] is with a company called Tropical Tours Car Rental, not Thrifty. Also, as per this site's numerous reviews, the Thrifty (whether or not it is ...


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Jamaica is not a strict enforcer of drinking laws, so you may not even be asked for ID if you don't look obviously much younger than 18. If they do ask for ID it is up to the establishment what they accept. Your US drivers license is likely to be accepted (there are no rules about not accepting foreign documents like there sometimes are in the US). If your ...


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You can use your passport. It is a document which is recognized internationally. Try your license first, though. You can also get an international driver's license. In the US, for example, you can get one for a fee at your local AAA office. This is a photo document, recognized many countries (you must present it along with your regular driver license). ...


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