These vehicles are currently based in a different region than the one you're viewing, but are available by special request and can be shipped anywhere in the country. We typically require a 1+ week rental in order to transport a car, but drop us a line if you have a question and we'd be happy to discuss your needs. We also move the fleet around seasonally, so even if a car isn't in your selected region at the moment, it may be in the future.

Sixt currently has some great offers meaning you can make big savings when you hire a car for 4 weeks or more. The longer you hire your car for, the cheaper the price, making it a convenient alternative to a short-term lease when you need a car for a number of months. You can choose between our wide range of vehicles with delivery available on request.


Sorry to have to say 'no' again. Because of the huge demand we get for weekend rentals, we aren't able to offer a guaranteed one-day rental on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday in advance. Similar to the above, if we guarantee it to you for just a day, we're giving up the chance to rent it for 2 days, which is what most folks want on the weekends and what we need to do to make business sense.
Believe it or not, the answer is yes. In all 50 states, if you carry full-coverage insurance (that means Liability, Comp, and Collision) your insurance will automatically carry over and cover you when you rent a car from us – regardless of what you drive or what you rent. And it's for the same reason that if you're driving down the highway in your Camry and you happen to knock a Ferrari off the road, your insurance will cover the damage.
Please understand that there are no exceptions to this cancellation policy. We don't mean to sound heartless, but you would be amazed at the number of last-minute deaths in the family, serious illnesses, sick pets, sick mother-in-laws, rabid dogs, and falling skies that people tell us about. (One guy's father has died three times in the past year. Bad karma.)
Depending on which part of the car is damaged – for example, the body work – you’ll likely have to pay an excess amount (the first part of any insurance claim that the claimant is usually liable to pay). However, if you damage the windscreen or the roof (both of which are not included in standard Collision Damage Waiver insurance), you’ll likely have to pay towards repairs.
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