Driver’s license: some countries accept the Canadian driver's license. However, most countries will require an international driver's license (IDL), which is used as a legal identification document and in which information relating to the Canadian driver's license is translated into 11 foreign languages. The IDL is used as a supplement to the Canadian driver's license and you can obtain it before your departure in any CAA service center in your area.
The contract signer, the main driver,must be at least 21 years of age and detain a valid driver's license held for at least one year.
Between the ages of 21 and 25 and the type of the vehicle and the rental location, additional insurance is mandatory and payable upon delivery of the vehicle.
You must generally pay an additional insurance for each additional driver on the contract. The rate depends on the driver’s age (at least 21), the term of the contract, the type of the vehicle and the rental location. These additional drivers must detain a valid driver’s license that has been held for at least 1 year old.
In some countries, an age limit is imposed on seniors.
For further information: contact us.