If you've booked your rental online, depending on the agency you used, you'll likely be met by a representative at the Arrivals Hall. If you're looking for the car rental agency desks, you'll have to head through the Arrivals Hall and out of the terminal building. You'll find the rental agencies in the parking lot across from the airport terminal.
If you're looking for the most convenient agency to go with at the airport, consider the only two that have desks at the airport, Avis and Europcar. There are several agencies that operate their rental services through the airport, though the two on-site may be able to assist better. Europcar offers friendly services, new cars and affordable prices, and has a wide selection of cars regardless of your needs. It is also involved in a Green Programme dedicated to helping the impact on the planet and is one of the first car hire companies at Tours Airport with certified commitments.
To hire a vehicle in France, you have to be at least 21 years old and you must have had your driving licence for at least a year. The minimum age for drivers varies depending on the agency. If you're younger than 25, you're likely to incur an additional surcharge or young drivers charge for you and any other driver under 25. When arriving to pick up your car at the airport, you'll need to have a few things with you. Firstly, make sure you have your confirmation details from KAYAK. Then you'll need to produce a valid EU driving licence, and if you don't have an EU licence, you'll need to have your home licence and an international driving licence. Lastly, you'll need a passport, or an ID if you're a local.
In the past 72 hours, the cheapest rental cars were found at Avis ($80/day).
Car rental companies that offer shuttle or pick-up services from Tours St Symphorien airport to off-airport locations include Avis, Europcar, and keddy by Europcar.
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