This zippy street-fighter is ideal for navigating the maze of DC streets, traffic and parking. And it cruises equally well on highways and interstates. Press the button and the roof will slide back to enjoy sunshine and views.
The car gets fantastic gas mileage. It is equipped with a ton of options including parking sensors and is super fun to drive. The trunk size can be easily enlarged by folding down the rear seats.
Free delivery is provided with a two-day rental including DCA, IAD and BWI airports!
If you need a slightly bigger car, please check out our Hyundai Accent: https://turo.com/rentals/cars/dc/washington/hyundai-accent/277622
Also, here is the absolutely unique vehicle from the nineties with seating for six that you can find only on Turo: https://turo.com/rentals/cars/dc/washington/buick-roadmaster/37997
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P.S. On weekdays I strongly prefer to drop off the car in the morning around 08:00AM (to make it to work on time), and pick it up at the end of the rental around 05:30PM in central Washington DC. With this being said, please feel free to send a booking request - we may well work out a solution! This does not affect those who are picking up the car at any of the airports.
· What about the late return or miles driven in excess of the daily allowance of 150 miles?
Let's agree on 20 minutes of courtesy time for the late return and 10 miles or less on over-the-limit mileage.
· What about zoned street parking in Washington
If you are a DC resident, you can easily obtain a visitor/temporary street parking permit; all it takes is a simple online registration: https://ddot.dc.gov/page/visitor-parking-pass-program Otherwise, the car does not have a zoned parking permit.