Dollar Rent a Car was founded in 1965 in Los Angeles, California. It's first fleet was comprised of Volkswagen models with manual transmission and no air conditioner. In 1990, the company was acquired by the American automobile manufacturer Chrysler and went on to be part of a larger conglomerate called Pentastar Transportation Group. Today, it is owned by Hertz Global Holdings, which provided a structure for Dollar Rent a Car to grow over time. Dollar Rent a Car owns 570 businesses worldwide; 260 of them are in the United States and Canada alone, and has presence in over 80 countries. Even though the majority of its units are offered in North America, the company is currently strengthening it's position in the Caribbean and Latin America. Dollar Rent a Car offers you great prices and package deals.
Dollar Rent a Car offers safety seats for children in all its branches. In many countries, it is mandatory for children under 10 years of age to ride on these seats.
Dollar’s car fleet is prepared with special cars for those who want to make the most out of the world’s most popular holiday destinations. Among the differential options, there are 4x4 jeeps, convertibles, and minivans, though the models vary from country to country.
If there are two designated drivers, Dollar has a few rules that must be followed at all times. First, both drivers must meet the age requirements (21 to 24 years of age, depending on the country), and both must present a valid driver’s license. Also, an additional fee must be paid.