Be 25 years old (if you're under 25, you may have to pay a young driver's fee, which varies depending on the rental location) A valid driver's license with a photo. When renting a vehicle at all Enterprise or Hertz domestic branches under the contract with the State of Texas, the daily rate includes both LDW and liability coverage. Depending on your needs, charges may apply to some services (including, but not limited to, locking, fuel, quick start, etc.). Roadside assistance should not be confused with Hertz's business roadside assistance protection (RAP) or premium roadside services.
All of which is a per-day fee that is charged in advance for services, whether they are used or not. They are not part of the contract and are not a refundable expense. In most cases, you'll only need your valid driver's license and a credit card accredited by Avis. The license acts as a form of identification and can be used to show that you have an acceptable driving record.
The credit card serves as proof that you can pay the rent after returning the car. As of January 1, 1994, the purchase or reimbursement of the rental costs of the vehicle may not exceed the rental vehicle rate of the contract, unless there is a valid exception. The proof of insurance can be found in the glove compartment or on the windshield of all contracted rental vehicles. The traveler may pay a higher rate for a particular car if the seller has classified the type of car in a higher car class.
According to car rental agreements, the following types of cars from the car classes are standard for the Texas state contract. If you need to use a rental vehicle provider without a contract under a permitted exception, the Controller will reimburse you for LDW insurance and liability charges. If you rent a vehicle from a rental vehicle provider without a contract, insurance may or may not be included in the base rental rate.