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Do Hertz rental cars have cameras in them?

Do Hertz rental cars have cameras in them?

Rental car giant Hertz has admitted it has cameras installed in about one in eight of its cars in the United States.

Does Hertz cover cracked windshield?

Hertz’s Low-Cost Damage Claim Policy The program is available on U.S. rentals (except in New York) and only includes small damages that are easily fixed on-site. Fees for damaged tires start under $40. Windshield chips can set you back $15, while replacing a broken windshield be in the ballpark of $150-$200.

Does Hertz track your speed?

Although national rental car companies like Avis and Hertz do not track speed, thousands of their customers use GPS systems every day. The systems can help customers with directions, unlock cars when keys are lost, or help in an emergency by notifying authorities when an air bag is deployed.

What is Hertz damage?

Scratch/Scrape over 20mm long and over 1mm wide with paint surface penetration. Dent over 20mm diametre or paint surface penetration or multiple dents. Bumper scratch/scrape over 20mm in diametre with paint surface penetration. This is exclusive or rear bumper damage caused by the removal of items from boot/truck.

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Does Hertz charge cleaning fee?

Hertz is committed to providing a safe, clean fleet for our customers and employees. In order to better deliver on this commitment, all Hertz vehicles are non-smoking. A $400 cleaning fee will be assessed for vehicles returned with evidence of smoking.

Can rental cars see how fast you drive?

Enterprise has over one million cars in the US alone, can you imagine the cost for putting in a GPS into the cars. Not just the equipment, but the labor to install it and then uninstall it when they sell them every year? No, AVIS does not track the car with GPS.

Do rental cars have GPS trackers on them?

At least two renters say Payless Car Rental in the Bay Area used electronic tracking in the last few months to fine them for taking cars out of state. McCarney said he wasn’t told about the out-of-state rule, buried in the contract, he said, and that there was no notice of the tracking system.