Customers who reside in the U.S., U.S. Territories, or Canada must present a valid, unexpired government-issued Driver’s license which includes a photograph of the customer. The driver's license must be valid for the entire rental period.
If the driver licenses are not issued in the United State, They can present their home country driver’s license that is valid, unexpired and includes a photograph, and their passport, visa or other current U.S. issued documentation at the beginning of the rental authorizing the renter or driver to be present in the USA at the time of rental.
Economy Rent A Car does not accept Expired Driver's Licenses The only exception to this practice is a renter that is Active Military, with an Active Military ID and a Driver's License issued from a state with a Military Extension.
Customers traveling to the United States from another country must present the following:
Their home country driver’s license that is valid, unexpired and includes a photograph.
If the home country license is in a language other than English and the letters are latin-based (i.e. German, Spanish, etc.) an International Driver’s Permit is recommended, but not required, for translation purposes in addition to the home country license.
If the home country license is in a language other than English and the letters are not latin-based (i.e. Cyrillic, Chinese, Arabic, etc.) an International Driver’s Permit is required.
If an International Driver’s permit cannot be obtained in the home country, another professional, type-written translation may be substituted. In either case the home country license must also be presented.
Photocopies of Driver’s Licenses are not accepted
Learner’s Permits are not accepted.
Digital licenses are not accepted.
Temporary Driver’s Licenses may be refused and not accepted.