Hawaii Car Hire

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Frequently asked questions

Can I book now and pay later for my car rental in Hawaii?
With our Book Now Pay Later option, you can pay for your rental car when it’s time to pick up the keys. Simply browse our great range of car rentals in Hawaii and select your perfect set of wheels. Some cheaper rentals do require you to prepay, but this will be clearly shown at the time of booking. There’s no reason to let the cost of renting a vehicle stop you from traveling. Take advantage of our affordable (and flexible!) car rental deals today.
What happens if I need to cancel my Hawaii car reservation?
When you cancel at least six hours in advance of the scheduled collection time, most prepaid rentals offer a total refund. However, not all are eligible for this, so it’s important to understand the rental policy. Check your booking for the details or click through to our Customer Service Portal for more information.
What types of cars can I rent in Hawaii?
Compact, standard, full-size, premium … You name it, we’ll probably have it! But intermediate is the most booked rental class in Hawaii. These cars are comfortable and roomy compared to economy and compact rides. While an intermediate is smaller than a full-size, you’ll still have enough legroom and storage space. Whether you’re hanging around Hawaii or going farther afield, you’ll be doing it in style.
Why should I rent a Hawaii car with Expedia?
With years of experience finding the best deals for travelers around the world, Expedia is the ideal place to rent your car. We’ve got suppliers in Hawaii to select from, offering everything from economy models to spacious SUVs. Why not bundle your car with your hotel and flights and save more? From our vacation packages to our exclusive offers and member prices, Expedia will get you on your way for less.
How do I find the best car rental deals in Hawaii with Expedia?
Expedia makes it simple to compare costs, offers and rental companies, and to check reviews. Combine your Hawaii car rental with hotel or flight bookings and you can save even more.
How old do you have to be to rent a car in Hawaii?
Hawaii requires drivers to be 21 and over to be able to rent a car. However, young drivers will be subject to an extra cost and some restrictions. Many outlets impose a young renter fee in addition to the usual car rental rate. This covers the higher risk of damage or accident. While many car classes (like compact and mid-size) are available to young renters, restrictions usually apply to premium and specialty vehicles.
What do you need to rent a car in Hawaii?
In most cases, all you’ll need is a driver’s license and a credit card in the same name when collecting the car. You may also need proof of coverage if you’d prefer to opt out of the company’s insurance policy. Rules may differ between rental suppliers, so it’s always wise to check while booking.
Can I rent a car for a month or longer in Hawaii?
You can rent a car for a month or even longer in Hawaii, so go on and extend that vacation! Simply enter your trip information into our long-term car rental deals page and find your ideal ride.
Where can I find a Hawaii car rental if I am younger than 25?
You’ll need to check the age policy of the Hawaii rental suppliers you’re considering. If you’re under 25 years old, be aware that some will charge extra costs. It’s useful to know this before collecting the vehicle so you can plan your budget accordingly. Each rental car company has its own rules for younger drivers, so it pays to do your research.