runner9 wrote:Also assuming we need to just pay cash on short section that is EZ pass as our transponder is tied to our personal cars' make/model/plate.
retiredjg wrote:runner9 wrote:Also assuming we need to just pay cash on short section that is EZ pass as our transponder is tied to our personal cars' make/model/plate.
Sometimes, the rental car will have it's own transponder for toll roads and it gets charged to your credit card a week or so later. However, I'd pay cash if that is an option since the rental car company will probably charge a fee. My experience with this - there was no choice to pay cash so I had to pay the service charge.
runner9 wrote:I'm thinking of declining the coverage from the car rental company, paying with a Visa, having a copy of our own car insurance and hoping nothing happens.
runner9 wrote:[...]We're leaving my son with my parents and an airport is close to them, so we're planning to leave early one morning, get the car from the airport and then leave our car and my son with my folk, repeat on reverse.[...]
OhioGozaimas wrote:FWIW: If you have a Discover Card, you can "double" the Cashback Bonus...
You can "spend" $20 of your Bonus and get a $40 discount certificate good for any one of the Enterprise family (Enterprise, Alamo or National).
"Shop" for a car deal first. Then, if one of these cos. is the best with an extra $20 off, go to the DiscoverCard site and "buy" the certificate. Once you have the certificate, THEN go to the car site to make the actual rental reservation.
Just a thought...
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