What are the payment methods for Avis?
Avis accept payments through all major Credit/Debit Cards.
Where does Avis provide services?
Avis offers online services within the country.
Can I collect miles or points on all hire vehicles?
They give you the chance to collect miles or points through their partners each time you hire a vehicle, so you can continue to receive a premium service at a premium value. But there are times you won’t be able to collect miles or points. This will happen if you’re a public-sector employee, using a travel industry or airline employee rate, renting a van, or using a substitute, net or tour operator rate. If you hire more than one vehicle from the same location within 24 hours, your miles or points balance will only be credited once.
How old do I need to be to hire a car?
To hire a car in the UK, you need to be 23 years of age and have held a driving license for at least one year. If you’re under the age of 25, you’ll need to pay an extra fee per day. The amount depends on where you hire a car because the law and insurance terms vary between countries. If the location charges a premium feel, it could cost more. The minimum age you can hire a car also varies from country to country. Find out more by contacting the location directly or call the reservations team. Under the age of 25, you can hire cars from Group A (e.g. Citroen C1), Group B (e.g. Ford Fiesta), Group C (e.g. Peugeot 308), Group E (e.g. Vauxhall Astra), and Group I (e.g. VW Golf). Don’t forget to review the terms and conditions when you book, which include everything you need to know ahead of your journey.
Can I change my booking?
They understand plans can change or you might change your mind. Whether you want to upgrade your vehicle or add extra comforts, it’s effortless updating your booking. Simply call their reservations team. You won’t be charged for any updates, but if you upgrade with higher-value services you will pay the difference. If you downgrade, they, unfortunately, can’t repay the difference so please choose carefully. You should always review the terms and conditions when you book, which include everything you need to know ahead of your journey.