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This was originally Part 9 of the “Common Questions Video Series”, but with our partnership and consolidation with Poas Rent A Car in April 2016, this additional service is not longer offered.
There are a few travel agents that will arrange for a border transfer for you, with the following requirements:
• A minimum rental period, typically three (3) days.
• May be returned to any border location, plus the corresponding drop-off fee.
• Inform them of the dates that you’ll need a car in Costa Rica and when you need a car in Panama and/or Nicaragua.
• They’ll arrange the details of two separate rentals — one in Costa Rica and one with another company within your country of choice.
• All you have to do is meet their representative at the border to return (drop-off) their car, cross the border by cab and have a representative from their rent-a-car partner meet you on the other side of the border with your (second) rental car.
If you have other questions or concerns, please speak with us directly, so we may aid you in saving time and money as well as sticking to your travel plans and budget.
Book your escape today with a car rental from Vamos Rent-A-Car with offices in Liberia and San Jose. Call 1-800-950-8426 Toll-Free in the U.S. and Canada or by dialing direct to Costa Rica at (your country’s exit code) +506-4000-0557.
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For additional tips, check out these helpful videos to have a safe and enjoyable trip.
Part 1 :: Should I Rent a Car in Costa Rica?
Part 2 :: How Are the Road Conditions in Costa Rica?
Part 3 :: What’s Needed to Rent a Car?
Part 4 :: What’s Mandatory Insurance?
Part 5 :: What Insurance Coverage Do I Need?
Part 6 :: Why Do I Pay a High Deposit?
Part 7 :: Any Additional Costs To My Rental?
Part 8 :: What If Rental Vehicle Breaks Down?
Part 10 :: Which Car Companies Are the Best?
Part 11 :: Can I Pay Using My Debit Card?
Part 12 :: At Least 21 Years Old to Rent a Car?
Part 13 :: Need to Bring My Child’s Car Seat?
Part 14 :: Rent or Bring My GPS to Costa Rica?
Part 15 :: What Voids Rental Car Insurance?
Part 16 :: Have to Pay Airport Tax?
Part 17 :: Need a 4X4 or Sedan Okay?
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