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Frequently asked questions
We all have times when even the best-laid plans go wrong. That’s why we give your money back on most reservations if you cancel at least six hours in advance of the scheduled collection time. Be sure to double-check the rental policy — in some cases it’s not offered. Found nothing there? Our Customer Service Portal has more information.
Expedia is your one-stop shop for all your travel bookings, including car rentals. With suppliers to choose from in Whistler, we work hard to find you the lowest price around. Whether you want to book a set of wheels, hotels, flights or activities, you’ll find exclusive offers and member prices on Expedia. Bundle your bookings into a vacation package for even bigger savings on your getaway to Whistler.
Whatever kind of wheels you’re after, Expedia will help you track down the best deal. Simply compare offers from well-known rental suppliers and select the option that suits you. Like to drive away with even more in your wallet? Combine your Whistler car rental with flight or hotel bookings.
Renting a car in Whistler is a breeze. Usually, all you’ll need is a current driver’s license and a credit card in your name. After selecting the perfect set of wheels, check your policy to make sure there are no additional requirements prior to the pickup date.
Yes, your valid U.S. License will be enough for you to drive legally in Whistler. But if you’re the sort of tourist who prefers to play it safe, get yourself an International Driving Permit. Apply for this document a few weeks before you take off.
Yes, so you won’t have to rebook a rental vehicle halfway through your vacation. Check out our long-term car rental deals page, enter your trip details and secure a ride that’s all yours for the next month or so.
Some Whistler outlets will rent cars to drivers under 25 years old, and others won’t. Age policies differ from supplier to supplier, so you’ll need to do some research. Also, find out if there are any additional costs. Some businesses will pass on a surcharge to young customers between 21 and 24. Be sure to read through the terms and conditions to avoid any nasty surprises.