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Can I pay my remaining balance with a credit card?

This is not currently possible. The payment of the remaining balance has to be made exclusively in cash. Nonetheless it is possible to settle your balance in advance via a direct bank transfer to the renter (either with a deposit within the Philippines, or using Wise.com for international payments). This may be settled with them [...]

Can I pay my remaining balance with a credit card?2022-10-06T03:27:14+08:00

What type of insurance is included with the rental?

The compulsory Third-Party Liability Insurance covers certain liabilities up to P100,000 such as third-party injuries caused by the insured car. It doesn't cover the theft or damages made to the rented vehicle. The comprehensive insurance is participative. If you damage the car, you'll have to shoulder the cost entirely for small repairs (up to P25,000) [...]

What type of insurance is included with the rental?2022-10-06T03:25:39+08:00

I’m going to rent a car for only 24 hours, why is it counted as two days?

The rental duration is computed on a day-block basis. If you choose to rent a vehicle from 12PM on day 1 and give it back at 12PM on day 2, this will be counted as two days. The reason for that is because the vehicle is blocked for you for the whole day, even if [...]

I’m going to rent a car for only 24 hours, why is it counted as two days?2019-11-11T08:08:28+08:00

Do I need to leave my passport to rent a vehicle in Palawan?

Yes (even though there's an alternative). The normal way to proceed is that you will leave your passport to the renter during the time of the rental. The renter will give it back to you as he gets back his vehicle. This policy is the norm in the Philippines. If leaving your passport preoccupies you, [...]

Do I need to leave my passport to rent a vehicle in Palawan?2019-11-11T08:11:55+08:00

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