Save 10% on your Costa Rica Car Rental

Plus tons of other great perks with our favorite rental car company

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Our goal is always to bring you the best info on travel in Costa Rica. That being said, we are super excited to have partnered with our favorite Costa Rica rental car company Adobe to bring you a 10% Costa Rica rental car discount! How awesome is that?!?



Why we Love Adobe

We’ve rented cars in Costa Rica several times and have had some miserable experiences (which you can read about here). We don’t want you to go through the same things we dealt with.

When we started renting cars with Adobe that completely changed.

We love Adobe because they are a local company, are completely transparent in their fees, and have some of the best customer service we have ever experienced.

Because we love them so much we asked them if they would be interested in partnering with us to bring Costa Rica Vibes readers a Costa Rica rental car discount.

They said an enthusiastic, “YES!” and here we are! 🙂

Note: With the current Coronavirus situation we think that now more than ever it is best to rent a car for your Costa Rica travels. Also, Adobe has been working hard to keep their employees and customers as safe and secure as possible with extremely diligent cleaning. 

They put out this video to show exactly how seriously they are taking this situation.

The Costa Rica Car Rental Discount

Adobe has been so generous in giving us some really amazing perks for you all. Here are all the wonderful things you get by booking your rental car through our website…..

A 5% TO 10% DISCOUNT – This discount fluctuates by season and demand. It will always be at least 5% though.

FREE SECOND DRIVER – Adobe actually doesn’t just stop at one free second driver. You can actually add multiple drivers at no extra cost. Usually, this costs an extra $4 per day. This is added automatically onto your reservation. When you arrive to pick up your car you can specify who your extra driver(s) are.

FREE ROOF RACKS TO USE – These are available for free to our readers upon request. If you would like roof racks, be sure to add a comment in your reservation saying that you need them. Adobe will be happy to save some for you.

FREE CAR DELIVERY/ PICK UP – Adobe is happy to drop off or pick up your car for free within 12 miles of any of their office locations. Just indicate which hotel, resort, Airbnb, hostel etc. you will be staying at in the reservation form. In the comment section of the reservation form, you can add any other details about having your car delivered. If you are staying over 12 miles away Adobe may charge a small delivery fee.

0% DEDUCTABLE – This applies to the Liability Protection. It is usually a 20% deductable.

FREE CELL PHONE TO USE – This is not a smartphone, but it can be used to make local calls. It is helpful for an emergency or even if you want to do something like make a dinner reservation. This is automatically added on to every reservation through us. The phone will be waiting for you when you arrive.

FREE BOOSTER SEAT AND/ OR CAR SEAT – Adobe has three versions of seats that are free to our readers; infant car seats, baby car seats, and booster seats. While making your reservation there will be a box to check off what you need.

FREE AIRPORT PICKUP – There are no rental car companies located at the San Jose and Liberia airport. Instead, you will need to drive 5 minutes from the airport to the Adobe office location. Adobe is more than happy to pick you up for free at the airport. Just make sure to indicate your flight number and arrival time on your reservation. Someone from Adobe will be waiting for you with a sign when you exit the airport.

DISCOUNTED GPS – It usually costs $9 a day to rent a GPS through Adobe. By booking through us you will only pay $6 per day. 

You can compare the price on our site to Adobe directly by following this link. You will see that our price is 5% to 10% cheaper. Just note this discount is only for the car itself. Unfortunately, Adobe can not give us a discount on insurance.

Also, when comparing the price from our site with Adobe’s site, you can not have two reservation forms open at one time. Otherwise, it will replicate the price and the price will appear the same through our site and Adobe’s.

The other bonuses (0% deductible on Liability Insurance, free cell phone) are automatically included by booking through us.

Also, if you would like to compare our rate to other rental car agencies make sure that the rate you are looking at with other companies includes the mandatory insurance like Adobe’s rate does.

Often people think another company may be cheaper and then they are hit with the high mandatory insurance costs upon picking up their rental car. We don’t want you to have to go through that.

Costa Rica Mandatory Car Insurance

Costa Rica rental car insurance can be a bit confusing, so here is a complete breakdown of how it works…

When you book a car through Adobe you will have three different protection options. Let’s go through each one.

Liability Protection This insurance covers basic damages to third parties property up to $20,000 and basic coverage of third party injury or death up to $100,000 with 0% deductible. This insurance is required by law in Costa Rica. Every single person who rents a car needs to purchase Liability Protection.

The price you are quoted when you book your car through our site includes the Liability Protection fees. (You will see it checked off in your rental car booking) This is one of the many reasons we love Adobe. Most other rental car companies in Costa Rica do not include the Liability Protection in their quote.

This means that when you arrive to start your vacation in paradise the first thing you experience is a rental car agent telling you that you will actually have to pay several hundred dollars more than the price you were quoted online because of the Liability Protection.

We don’t think this is a good business tactic and neither does Adobe.

Car Protection: This insurance covers:

-Direct car damages, collision, and rollovers

-Total or partial theft of the rental car

Car Protection is also required by Costa Rica law. This means when you rent a car with Adobe you need to check off the box for Car Protection.

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Most rental car companies in Costa Rica bundle the Liability Protection and Car Protection together, meaning you have to pay for both of them because they are required by law.

If you have a letter from your credit card company stating that you are covered for car protection in Costa Rica you will not need to pay for the Car Protection insurance if you rent with Adobe.

Make sure you bring a letter or email from your credit card company stating you have car protection in Costa Rica to show as proof. Adobe will not accept a basic brochure.

Total Protection: This is the final type of car protection which is offered through Adobe. This insurance covers a tow truck, road assistance, damage to things like windows and tires, and a 4 million dollar coverage for third party injury or death. You are NOT required to purchase Total Protection by Costa Rica law.

If you have questions about insurance you should contact Adobe directly (we here at Costa Rica Vibes are not personally experts in insurance). You can email them at info(at)adobecar(dot)com or if you are in the US or Canada you can call their toll-free number during business hours +1(855)861-1250

The Car Rental Conditions

There is a $1,000 deposit on your car rental. This is standard with every rental car company in Costa Rica, but we have heard of some companies charging much more.

We suggest paying this deposit with your credit card because it is just a hold and will be returned immediately to you when you return your car if everything is OK. You can also do this on your debit card, but it can take a few weeks after you return your car for the bank to process this and refund the $1,000 on to your account.

– You need to be 23 years old to rent a car with Adobe.

– You can not rent a car with Adobe if you are over 75 years old.

There are no hidden fees with Adobe. The price you are given online is the total price. Just remember the $1,000 deposit.

The Best Car to Rent in Costa Rica

We recommend four wheel drive to make things easier on yourself, but it is not absolutely necessary in every location in Costa Rica.

If you are going to the Nosara areaMonteverdeSan Gerardo de DotaSanta Teresa, or Montezuma we suggest a car with four-wheel drive. These areas are known for unpaved roads which aren’t the easiest without four-wheel drive. We’ve done some of these drives without it, but it hasn’t been easy!

Most of the rest of the country can be done without 4-wheel drive, however, we still suggest renting something with some clearance. Even though roads may be well paved they can be very hilly and it is just more comfortable to be in an SUV rather than a small car.

If you are unsure which vehicle will be suitable for the areas you are visiting, just check out our Destination page. We have a complete breakdown of getting to and driving around in each location in Costa Rica.

Pro Tip: We like to rent the Hyundai Crete because it is the cheapest SUV Adobe has, but it is still very comfortable.

The Best Way to Get Directions

You definitely need some type of GPS to get around here. Roads are unclear and constantly changing.

Adobe offers GPS rentals for $6 per day if you are renting through us. I know this adds up fast if you are traveling for several days.

If you have an unlocked cell phone the best and cheapest option is to stop at the Kolbi stand in the airport after you get through customs. At the Kolbi desk, you can purchase a SIM card for about $4. This money is then added as a credit to your SIM card.

You can then use Waze to get around. Waze is the best free app we have found for directions in Costa Rica.

We find it usually costs us about $1-$2 a day to use Waze with our Kolbi SIM card. The nice thing about Kolbi is that you can buy minutes at any grocery store or mini market in the country. We have a complete post about using your cell phone in Costa Rica if you need more tips.

Note: This will only work if your cell phone is unlocked for international usage. If you aren’t sure you can ask your cell phone provider, but they may not tell you the truth so that they can get you to purchase an international plan. I have an iPhone I purchased through Verizon. They told me it wasn’t unlocked and I couldn’t use it with an international SIM card. I have no problem using my Kolbi SIM card here in Costa Rica.

Safety While Driving In Costa Rica

Drivers in Costa Rica are a bit crazy, but as long as you are a somewhat experienced driver and feel confident in your abilities, you will likely be fine.

We strongly suggest not driving in San Jose. This area of the country has way too many cars on the road at any given time and people drive like maniacs.

If you would like to explore the downtown area, your best bet is to take an Uber. Uber is legal in Costa Rica (for now) and is usually about half the price of a taxi. Just download the Uber app and you’ll be good to go.

Most of the main roads in the country are well maintained. If you’d like to know what the drive is like to your destination just look on our destination page for the area you are planning to visit.

Should I Rent a Car in Costa Rica?

One of the most common questions we get asked is, “Should I rent a car in Costa Rica?” In our experience, with our Costa Rica rental car discount, it is almost always cheaper to rent a car than to depend on more expensive day tours which include transportation from your hotel.

We are really into off the beaten path activities which will give you a more cultural experience, support small local businesses, and are cheaper than activities from large companies. To get to these types of activities you almost always need a car.

We understand it can be scary to drive far distances in a foreign country which is why we suggest taking the public bus if you are nervous. You can check out our destination page and learn more about the public bus options from San Jose and Liberia to whichever destination you are interested in visiting.

Once you arrive at that destination you can get a rental car from Adobe for exploring the area. Adobe will happily deliver your rental car within twelve miles of any of their offices for free.

The Costa Rica Rental Car Process

Below this, you will see a box to make your reservation. After selecting your dates and drop off/ pick up location you will be directed to a page where you can select your car.

Adobe has a really big fleet of vehicles for you to choose from. When selecting your vehicle, pay attention to how many people the car can fit and the amount of luggage that can fit.

Note: If you are unsure what to rent, feel free to email us. [email protected] We recently had the chance to go through every single vehicle that Adobe rents. We have a good idea of what is best for your particular needs.

After selecting your vehicle you will be directed to the Reservation Form. Keep in mind that you can always change your reservation details later if you need. For example, if you would like your car delivered to your hotel but haven’t booked a hotel yet, just leave it blank for now. Adobe is happy to update that for you at a later point in time if you need.

The free cell phone, extra drivers, and 0% deductible are automatically applied to all car rentals through our site. When you pick up your car Adobe will see that you rented through us and automatically add these perks. You do not need to select anything in your reservation to get them.

When you are finished, make sure you click “Reserve” not “Save Quote.” You should get an email within a few hours with your rental car reservation.

You are then all set! Your vehicle will be waiting for you when you arrive in Costa Rica! 🙂

Also, just note if you need to change or cancel your reservation you can just reply to your confirmation email to get in touch with Adobe. They are usually very good at responding within 24 hours.

You do not have to pay for anything ahead of time. You pay for your car upon pick up.

Note: If you are arriving at the San Jose airport you will select “Aeropuerto San Jose (SJO) as you pick up and drop off location.

If you are arrive at Liberia airport you will select “Aeropuero Liberia (LIR)” as your drop off and pick up location.   

Hopefully, this answered all of your questions regarding our Costa Rica rental car discount. If you have any other questions, just leave them in the comment section below or email us at: sarah(at)costaricavibes(dot)com and we are happy to help you out!




Note: We’ve partnered with Adobe on an affiliate basis to give you this Costa Rica rental car discount. This means that they allow us to give you an amazing discount and promote their business in return for a commission. This allows us to keep making great content on budget travel in Costa Rica for you. By using the form above, you will be taken to the Adobe website. This is a third-party site. Although we absolutely love Adobe, any transactions, agreements, or disputes that happen are between you and Adobe Rent a Car.


126 Responses

  1. Hi
    Do you know if we can leave the car at the boarder of Costa Rica and Panama
    Because we want to visit Bocas del Toro (pick up at San Jose airport)
    Thank you Lynda

    1. Hi Lynda! sorry for the delay in getting back to you. How long are you planning on staying in Bocas del Toro? What I would suggest is dropping the car off at the Adobe office in Puerto Viejo and then taking the bus over to the border. It is about $5 and 45 minutes to take the bus to the border. They run about every hour. Then I would rent the car in Puerto Viejo again for the rest of your trip back to San Jose. So you would have to book the car twice. There is usually a fee for dropping off the car at another location but if you want to do this just let me know. I can contact Adobe and they will probably wave the fee. The other option is, if you are ending your trip after that you can take the public bus from the border back to San Jose. It is about $10 per person. The reason I say this is because I dont know of a secure lot on the border and I would be hesitant about leaving the car there. Feel free to email me [email protected] with what you think would work best for you and I can always contact Adobe for you if you need. 🙂

  2. Hi Sarah,

    I tried booking through your website, but it did not appear to give me a second driver for free, or give me a $0 deductible nor a free pick-up/drop-off charge. Do you have any suggestions on how to fix this?

    1. Hi Brooke! Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. The free second driver, zero percent deductible, and free drop off and pick up, are automatically included however Adobe is unable to change their computer system to state that just for us. When you pick up your car Adobe will see that you booked through my site and they will automatically give you those perks.
      However, I completely understand that it is had to trust everything you read online. If you want to double check with Adobe feel free to email them. Their email address is [email protected]
      I hope that helps! Also, feel free to message me if you have any questions as you plan your trip. We are always happy to help. 🙂

  3. Hi Sarah,
    If I did rent the GPS with the car, would I need to get the WIFI as well or would it work without the WIFI?

    1. Hi Liz,
      Nope you don’t need the wifi! It works on its own through satellite.
      Let me know if you think of anything else! 🙂

  4. I just reserved a car for January through your site, and got through the process very easily. One thing I noticed and wanted to ask about though is in the Confirmation of Reservation email I got from Adobe, it states, “To guarantee a reservation we require your credit card number.” It says that I can do that either by calling or online. I understand that even if I do this I won’t be charged until I actually pick up the vehicle, but I was wondering if you think this is a good idea, to make absolutely sure the rental is guaranteed? Thanks.

    1. Hi Ben, Adobe has started asking for credit card info because they have been having some issues lately with people reserving cars and then never actually showing up to rent them. As you said, they don’t charge you for anything and you can always cancel at any point without being charged. I would go ahead and call them or confirm online with a credit card. That way you can be sure you are all set and they know for sure that you are actually planning to rent.
      If you have any problems or have any other questions as you plan your trip just let us know! We are happy to help. 🙂

  5. I could not get to see 0% Liability Protection option, it was showing 20%. How can I ensure that it becomes 0%?

    1. Hi Mike! Unfortunately, Adobe can’t easily change some parts of their booking system for us, so it still says 20% deductible even though it is in fact 0% when you book through us. When you go to pick up your car, Adobe will see that you reserved through my site and will automatically apply the 0% deductible. However, I completely understand that it is hard to trust what you read on the internet. Please contact Adobe if you want to just double check with them and be reassured. Their email is [email protected]
      Let me know if you have any other questions as you plan your trip! 🙂

  6. Hi! It appears if booking through Adobe now and then paying when we get there. Do you know if the credit card transaction will include foreign transaction fees? I’m assuming yes, but wanted to confirm. Thanks!

    1. Hi Courtney, yes you pay when you pick up your car. I’m not positive about foreign transaction fees. Ive never had any extra transaction fees with my car rentals and my card is from the US, but let me double check with Adobe to make sure. I’ll let you know in the morning. 🙂

    2. Courtney, I just checked in with Adobe and the credit card transaction fee depends on your credit card company, but I did double check to make sure that they charge in dollars rather than converting to colones. You will be all set with that. Your credit card will be charged in dollars so you don’t need to worry about any type of currency conversion fee. Hope that helps! let me know if you have any other questions as you plan your trip.

  7. Hi! Thank s for sharing this valuable information. Unfortunately, Adobe doesn’t have any cars available for the dates we are going to be there. Do you recommend any other rent a car company?

    1. Hi Joha,
      I’d try Vamos. They are usually a bit more expensive, but also are upfront with their prices.

  8. Hello,

    Thanks for taking the time to write this useful post. I was stressing about the different options.

    I tried to book using the link on this page, but I am not getting the 10% or 5% discount. The rate is the same from your website and from Adobe’s. Is there anything else I should do?

    Also, as you are more knowledgeable on the subject, I would like to ask you something. I am travelling with my wife. I will book her as the main driver as I left my license back home. Do you know if they would add me as a second driver if I produced a copy of my license?

    1. Hi Jose,

      For some reason if you are on our site and look at Adobe’s page at the same time it will replicate the rate so you will see the same price on both sites. Try to check the rate on Adobe’s site while not having our site also open. You will then be able to see that the rate on Adobe’s site is higher.

      If for some reason you still are not getting the discount on our site, please email me [email protected] with your dates and which car you would like. I can then check in with Adobe about it.

      Hope that all makes sense!

  9. Hello! My husband and I fly out of SJO at 7am. We just reserved a car through your website with Adobe. I’m assuming we would have to drop off the rental car the night before since Adobe doesn’t open till 8am? Does Adobe have a key drop box if the car is returned after closing time or does the car need to be returned by the time Adobe closes? Also, do you have any recommendations on places to stay around the SJO airport that has a shuttle service to the airport early in the morning since we will have had to return our car the night before?

    1. Hi Chelsea, The Adobe office near the airport actually opens at 5am. You will have no problems dropping it off and then having them drive you to the airport with plenty of time. However, if you would prefer to drop it off the night before you can even just email Adobe (just hit “reply” on your reservation) and let them know you would like the car picked up from your hotel. They will pick up the car for free within 12 miles of the airport. I know Adventure Inn near the airport is really great and they have a free shuttle. If you book through their website and pay cash upon arrival they will also give you a 10% discount.
      Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any other questions!

  10. Hi Sarah!

    We’re trying to book a rental car right now from the Puerto Viejo office. Our flight leaves from San Jose at 5:41pm on Friday, July 6th, and the shuttle van that we planned to take from Puerto Viejo to San Jose leaves Puerto Viejo at 7am, but the Adobe site doesn’t have the option to return the car sooner than 8am. Our AirBnB owner pretty much told us we didn’t have any other option besides driving to get to/from the house we are staying at. What would you recommend for returning the car?


    1. Hi Kim,
      I think your best bet would be to return the car the night before. Unfortunately, the Adobe office in Puerto Viejo office doesnt open until 8am. However, Adobe will pick up the car from you for free from your Airbnb. When you book your car just leave a comment of where you airbnb is and that you would like the car picked up. Of course, you will then have to find a way to get to the shuttle bus in the morning. There are a lot of little tuk-tuk types of taxis in Puerto Viejo though. You should ask your airbnb owner if they have a phone number for one (most locals have a favorite taxi driver they always use) or if they can arrange a taxi ride for you for that morning.
      Your other option is to skip the shuttle entirely (if you can still cancel it) and drive back to the airport. You can drop the car off at the Adobe office (Aeropuerto San Jose is the office name) and they will give you a ride 5 minutes away to the airport. This may actually be cheaper than the shuttle, but I can’t say for sure.
      Let me know if you have any other questions as you plan your trip!

      1. Thank you so much! Do you know approximately how much we would be spending in gas to drive from San Jose to Puerto Viejo, and back to San Jose? That was one of our main concerns about renting a car.

      2. Hi Kim, right now it is about $4 a gallon for gas. We went to Puerto Viejo from San Jose a few weeks ago and did the drive there and back on one full tank of gas, but just barely made it on one tank.

  11. Thanks for the tips! We have been wondering about renting a car and your blog laid out all the information so nicely. I tried reserving a car via your link but it doesn’t say how to get the booster and car seat for free?

    1. Hi June! I’m happy we could help you out. When you make a reservation through our site there will be a comment section. Just write in there that you would like the free booster and car seat. Adobe was unable to change their computer system specifically for us, so, for now, this is the way we have to do it. They will then make note of it on your reservation and you’ll be all set!
      Feel free to contact us if you have more questions as you plan your trip. We’re happy to help!

  12. I tried to make a reservation but it sends me to a page to enter user name and password when a click on the icon for those that do not have a userid/password it sends me to the main page and I start over under their pricing. What am I doing wrong

    1. Hi Irene
      I think it was a glitch in the Adobe system. I just checked and it seems to be working now. Sorry about that! Let me know if you need any more help. 🙂

  13. Hi there! We will be traveling with 5 and wondering if you have a recommendation on which SUV would be best of the three offered through Adobe? Your video mentioned you have links of videos showing each car but I can’t seem to find them. Also, would you recommend getting the full add on protection that includes roadside assistance and such? Thank you!

    1. Hi Katrina,
      I’d recommend getting at a minimum the Hyundai Tucson. That would put three people in the back seat. It won’t be the most comfortable, but it’s completely doable. The reason I say at a minimum the Tucson is because I’m not sure how much luggage you are all bringing. That will fit 4 regular size suitcases. If you are bringing smaller bags you can definitely fit 5.
      Ideally, I would take the Mitsubishi Montero Sport or the Hyundai Sante Fe. Both are a bit more expensive but will give you more seating space and more trunk space. We drove the Mitsubishi recently and it is a beautiful vehicle to drive!
      The good thing about the extended protection is that it includes roadside assistance and minor damages to the vehicle such as a broken windshield or popped tire. The other protections do not. In Costa Rica, it can be really expensive to have these little things replaced and it does sometimes happen (but hopefully not) that you might pop a tire or get a crack in the windshield from rocky roads. We always take the extended protection just to be on the safe side.
      Hope that helps! Let me know if you have more questions as you plan your trip!

  14. Hi! How strict is the 23 year old minimum? I am 22 years old. Can you not rent at all? Or do you have to pay extra?

    1. Unfortunately, they are pretty strict about it. However, check out the company Vamos. They also have a good reputation and their minimum rental age is 18.

  15. Hello,

    I am trying to rent a car just to drive from Quepos to the airport, but the form will not let me pick a dropoff date the same day as the pickup day. If I only need to rent the car for a few hours on one day, am I unable to use this service?

    Thank you!

    1. Hi Ben,
      Unfortunately, Adobe requires a 2-day rental minimum. I’m checking right now if any of the other rental car companies will allow you to rent for just a few hours, but I’m not having much luck finding anything. Some places (like Budget) allow you to rent for one day. You could do that and just return the car early. They have an office in Quepos and one near the airport. Just keep an eye out for adding the mandatory insurance costs because I don’t think they include that in their price.

      Sorry I can’t be more help!

  16. my family is going to be going to Costa Rica and we were looking at rental cars, there are five of us. When I was looking there were several cars that say they can only hold 4 people but I know they have enough seats for 5. Would it be ok if we rented one that says they can only hold 4?

    1. Hi Andrea! Yes you can definitely rent a car for 5 even if it says for 4 people! Adobe just says that for comfort purposes. Also, just keep in mind how much luggage you will have and if it will fit in the trunk space. Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.

  17. I just booked through your site for a May 10 to May 17 trip and wanted to confirm that Adobe takes Amex? I assume they would but need to know definitely because my Amex card rental damage coverage, which I have secured a letter from them stating such, requires I use that card.

    1. Hey Eric. I would assume that would be fine as well but let me just double check with my contact at Adobe and get back to you.

    2. Hi Eric. Just checked with Adobe and Amex is fine. They accept that card. Let me know if you have more questions as you plan your trip!

  18. Hi, I have left several messages but response is always the same, “Your comment is awaiting moderation”. Is the Adobe discount/advantages still available through your website? I compared prices and only saw very small difference (less than 5%). More interested in other benefits you offer but cannot see how I get confirmation of these with Adobe when I book. Thanks.

    1. Hi Tom! So sorry. I am traveling at the moment and running the site from my phone. I guess your other comments didnt show up for me. The discount is a bit lower temporarily due to crazy high demands for cars but the other benefits (free second driver, 0% deductible, free cell phone) still apply. I know these dont show up when you book but that is because it is too difficult for Adobe to change their booking system just for us. I assure you these benefits will all be applied when you pick up your car. However, if you would like to double check (I know its hard to trust stuff on the internet) you can always email adobe at [email protected]
      Hope that helps and let us know if you have more questions as you plan your trip!

      1. Thank you Sara. I have booked through your website. Just a couple more questions please. Since no cc information was required to reserve the vehicle do you just pay when you pick up the car (unlike US)? Also I believe I read that the pick-up and drop off terminals are not on airport site. That being the case how is it handled? Thanks again. Tom

      2. Hi Tom. Yeap you just pay when you pick up the car! Also, someone from adobe will be waiting at the airport to take you to their office 5 minutes away. They will have an Adobe sign when you exit the airport. When you return the car they will take you back to the airport on their free shuttle

  19. Hi there! I was hoping to book my car rental through your website for the rental but it looks like there is an error. I was just on it last week and it was working then so not sure if they made an update. Any possibility of fixing?

    1. Hi Shannon! I see you were able to book. Yeay! I think their site was down yesterday. Let is know if you need any other tips as you plan your travels. We are happy to help. ?

  20. Hey Sarah, your site is super awesome! Question about the rental rates. Looks like it’s a flat fee per day, correct? Not mileage? My mom and I plan to drive quite a bit, so I want to make sure there’s no sticker shock if we rack up miles. Thanks again. 🙂

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