Frequently Asked Questions

We only charge for the tolls you utilize during your reservation period.

We never charge a per toll or daily administrative fee. 

All of our vehicles are equipped with toll transponder as part of the vehicle reservation.

Yes, we require a refundable security deposit that is used to cover incidental costs like tolls.

We accept Credit Cards and Debit Cards

Yes, for direct reservations only we offer the following discounts:

1) On reservations 7 days or longer we offer a 22% discount on the normal daily rate for most vehicles which is automatically applied towards the reservation cost. 

2) Veterans, Active Duty Military and First Responders receive a 10% discount on their reservations with valid ID.

*Guests will receive one discount only per reservation. First Responder are defined as a Sworn Law Enforcement Officer (excluding corrections personnel), Fire Fighter, EMT and/or Paramedic.

Of Course.

Each additional driver over 26 years of age is $10.00 more per day.

Each additional driver 21-25 years of age is $35.00 more per day.

Additional drivers MUST be disclosed per the rental agreement.

Depends upon how you reserved your vehicle.

If you booked directly with us you can call to a reservation specialist from 8am till 11pm and they would be happy to assist you, if you booked through a third-party vendor like you will need to contact them directly.

Our service areas include:

Florida Market
1) Orlando
2) Sanford
3) Melbourne
4) Lake Nona
5) Kissimmee
6) Saint Cloud
7) Daytona Beach
8) The Villages (Sumter County, FL)

No, Unfortunately not at this time.

Of Course you can. Simply fill out the reservation form and a staff member will be happy to assit you.

Some companies will have ridiculously low daily rental rates to get you into the rental location then hit you extra hidden fee's.

Experience Vehicle Rentals does not engage in this type of deceptive practice. Our prices reflect the actual cost of the daily rental with no hidden fee's.

If you're simply looking for "four-wheels" transportation then unfortunately are not the company for you.

Our vehicles are completely cleaned, sanitized, and inspected between every guest which is a process that takes approximately  one hour to complete verse most vehicle rental companies that limit their staffs "cleaning" time to 10-15 minutes.

If quality service, cleanliness, and a safe vehicle is a priority to you then you have found the right place for the best Vehicle Rental EXPERIENCE.. 

Roads And Highways

Main roads in Florida
1) I-75: runs from Fort Lauderdale, across to Naples and up the west coast, continuing north into Georgia.
2) I-4: goes from east to west, passing through Orlando all the way to Tampa. It joins the I-95 in the east and the I-75 in the west.
3) I-10: arrives in Florida from the west where it starts all the way over in Palm Springs, California. Takes you across the north of the state, through Tallahassee to Jacksonville.
4) I-95: travels along the east coast, from Miami up to Jacksonville where it continues north all the way to New York state.

Main Routes in Florida
1) Key Largo to Key West: the Florida Keys Overseas Highway is 113 miles long and connects to the mainland in Florida City. It’s two and a half hours to drive the entire length of the US-1 or two hours to go from Key Largo to Key West in the lower Florida Keys.
2) Orlando to Miami: It’ll take three and a half hours to travel between two of the state’s biggest and most popular cities via a route known as Florida’s Turnpike. This route has tolls, although you can avoid these by travelling on the I-95 S if you make your journey slightly longer.

Rules Of The Road

Speed limits
1) The speed limit is 70mph on Interstates in Florida.
2) This goes down to 65mph on four-lane divided highways that are situated outside urban areas.
3) On all other state highways, the speed limit is 60mph.
4) n residential areas, it’s 30mph.

This state was made for road trips and is easy to drive around, with wide and well-maintained roads. You may find some traffic around the main cities, especially Orlando and its theme parks. But this shouldn’t cause too much disruption to your journey.