A subsidiary of Hertz, Hertz 24/7 is an international car sharing program that allows drivers to access temporary (hourly or daily) vehicle rentals in any serviced area. A cheaper alternative to buying or renting a car for long periods, Hertz 24/7 gives drivers opportunities to drive when they need a car and to go carless when they don’t. Hertz 24/7 cars can be reserved via smartphone app or the Hertz website, and paid for in the same way.

 

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$1.48
4 min. 16 sec.
6.0
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$1.90
4 min. 10 sec.
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$0.51
6 min.
5.4
#8
hertz
$7
$750
4.3

The Good

Hertz 24/7 is available all day everyday. Getting a membership is free and can be done online or via the mobile app. Once registered as a member, users pay per hour for their Hertz 24/7 rental (usually around 7 dollars for one hour). Estimates are available online and on the app, and are dependent on the car and length of time reserved. Hertz 24/7 has fairly cheap hourly rates and is available in many areas across the country. While normal service centers may appear sparse, there are many locations at universities for rental needs.

Before renting, users receive an estimate on how much their rental will cost, so there are no hidden fees or disappointments. With the cost of rental, members are covered by insurance while driving the car. Hertz has several eco-friendly vehicle models available for use, and sizes/capacities for a variety of needs. Included in the overall price are the following services:

  • Gas
  • In-car customer support
  • GPS
  • Roadside assistance
  • Online accident claim form

There are a number of options for renters to choose from as well. Customers can browse through car makes and models to find the right vehicle for their needs. Hertz 24/7 uses six vehicle types, available depending on the location:

  • Ford Focus
  • LWB Transit
  • Ford Fiesta
  • Kia Rio (automatic)
  • Ford Mondeo
  • SWB Transit

Every member of Hertz 24/7 is covered by insurance for any damage done to the vehicle (up to the excess amount, after which it becomes the driver’s responsibility) and third party motor insurance (given that drivers follow the terms and conditions of rental). There is a $750 liability deductible.

The Bad

Hertz is designed for those who need the occasional drive. Those who use this service regularly may find that the hourly rates add up. Additionally, there are no daily rates with Hertz, so those who need regular daily access to cars may want to look elsewhere.

While Hertz 24/7 advertises 6 available car types, they may not all be available at every location. Before committing to Hertz, verify that the location near you is stocked with the car you prefer.

While there are many good things about using Hertz for car sharing, there are a few things to look out for:

  • Only available in 5 U.S. cities
  • Low availability
  • $750 liability deductible (slightly higher than average)

You can drive a Hertz car for 180 miles each day. For ever mile you drive over that, you will be charged $.45. Check out cars for a minimum of 1 hour and a max of 9 days. Hertz also charges $10 for every 15min you are late.

The Bottom Line

Hertz 24/7 is a solid option for car sharing. They do not require a registration fee, so drivers can join without worrying about the service paying off. Additionally, they have a competitive hourly fee and convenient reservation system. Hertz 24/7 is a quality service for those individuals who need hourly rentals, but users should make sure that the locations near them have the full range of options (or at least their preferred option) before making a reservation. Those wanting to utilize the Hertz 24/7 service will be able to do so in the following U.S. cities:

  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Colorado
  • Oklahoma
  • Florida

Additionally, Hertz is available internationally in the following countries:

  • Australia
  • Belgium
  • Germany
  • Spain
  • France
  • United Kingdom
  • Italy
  • Netherlands

Availability

Hertz is available internationally:

  • Australia
  • Belgium
  • Germany
  • Spain
  • France
  • United Kingdom
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • United States

Within the United States Hertz 24/7 services are offered at many university locations and in the following states:

  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Colorado
  • Oklahoma
  • Florida

To provide an example of Hertz availability in California, in spring 2015, Hertz had 1 university location in Los Angeles with 2 available vehicles.

Price

Hertz 24/7 is available all day everyday. Getting a membership is free and can be done online or via the mobile app. Once registered as a member, users pay per hour for their Hertz 24/7 rental (usually around 7 dollars for one hour). Estimates are available online and on the app, and are dependent on the car and length of time reserved.

Features

Hertz 24/7 includes the following:

  • Gas
  • In-car customer support
  • GPS
  • Roadside assistance
  • Online accident claim form

Insurance

Every member of Hertz 24/7 is covered by insurance for any damage done to the vehicle (up to the excess amount, after which it becomes the driver’s responsibility) and third party motor insurance (given that drivers follow the terms and conditions of rental). There is a $750 liability deductible.

Late Fee

Hertz charges $10 for every 15min you are late.

Car Options

Hertz 24/7 uses six vehicle types, available depending on the location:

  • Ford Focus
  • LWB Transit
  • Ford Fiesta
  • Kia Rio (automatic)
  • Ford Mondeo
  • SWB Transit

Max Usability

You can drive a Hertz car for 180 miles each day. For ever mile you drive over that, you will be charged $.45.

Check out cars for a minimum of 1 hour and a max of 9 days.

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