Long-Term Car Rentals Costa Rica

 

Long-Term Rentals
Special Long-Term Rates*
 
$14.05 per day
 
$26.00/day with Mandatory TPL
*Rates for 84+ day sedan rental &
subject to credit card CDW approval

 
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for an Individually-Tailored
Lease Package

Sometimes a week just isn’t enough time to do all that you want.  Perhaps one of the following examples better describes your current situation.

  • You’d like a rental car for 30 days or more.
  • You visit Costa Rica several times throughout the year and would like a Frequent Client discount and/or benefits.
  • You own real estate in Costa Rica, but have not driven, shipped, or purchased a personal vehicle yet.

Here at Vamos Rent-A-Car, we realize that an extended car rental fee can result in a rather large expenditure, but that is where our rates can save you a significant amount of money.  We can help you achieve remarkable savings on your next monthly (or longer) rentals.

You too can benefit from our special rates โ€“ just like so many of our numerous satisfied customers.

Car Leasing Costa Rica

We are happy to offer very appealing and competitive lease rates to our customers who will be in Costa Rica for six months or more.  Leasing a car from Vamos saves you from many of the headaches of car ownership, yet without the high cost of daily, or weekly rental fees.

We also provide a number of invaluable services:

  • Complimentary Substitute Car

    Easy and hassle-free use of a "loaner" car while your usual vehicle is having its scheduled maintenance performed (maximum 12 days/year).  You will still have the convenience of your own transportation and will not have to rely on costly taxi fares or the discomfort of public transport.

  • Preventive and Corrective Maintenance Plan

    Vamos maintains our own fleet, so you will know that your vehicle is in the hands of a mechanic whose only motivation is to have your car in tip-top driving condition — and not looking to make a profit from you and your car with unnecessary changes and charges.  Everything down to the oil changes will be taken care of by our highly trained, in-house mechanics, while you continue your daily routine.  Pura Vida!

  • Marchamo and RTV Coverage

    Vamos will save you the expense (and inconvenience) of the obligatory annual check for the road-worthiness of the vehicle that you are using as your own.  Let one of our representatives wait in line while you are free to go about your day, using one of our complimentary vehicles.  Likewise, you can smugly drive past the long lines of drivers waiting to pay their annual road tax, knowing that Vamos has it all under control.

  • Coverage for Damage or Theft of the Vehicle

    Drive carefully, but with the reassurance that should something happen, you are covered*! (deductibles aside)

  • Countrywide Roadside Service

    The idea of trying to orchestrate a tow truck or mechanic to rescue you from your on-road mechanical emergency while you’re on your travels is daunting to say the least, but also imagine the expense…  It is a relief to know that help is just a phone call away and it will be provided by competent and trained professionals — not a mechanic whose eyes light up with dollar signs at the sight of a stranded gringo!  We do our best to be on-the-spot ourselves, but should you be out of town; we will ensure that speedy service reaches you, or that you are reimbursed for any reasonable mechanical expenses incurred, so that you can be back on the road ASAP!

  • Free Cell Phone and Additional Perks

    Other rent-a-car companies charge clients for the use of a cell phone, child seat, roof racks or ice box, but Vamos’ policy is firm on this point:  No Hidden Extra Fees.  These services are available to our long-term lease clients when they are requested during the reservation process.  Should you wish to use the cell phone as your own during your rental period, rather than simply as a method of reaching out to a Vamos representative 24/7, it is all yours!  You will only be charged for calls made to numbers other than to either of the two Vamos branches (San Jose and/or Liberia).

You will benefit from:

  • Low Deposit

    When you are a Vamos client for an extended period of time; the savings add up!

  • Lower Daily Rates

    When compared to the typical five to seven day rentals, you will save more and you are still protected under the same practical and secure coverage that you would expect from an experienced and customer-orientated company like Vamos Rent-A-Car.

  • Hassle-Free Driving

    Escape the obligation of the advertising and legal process when you want to sell or upgrade your car.

We’ve noticed that our clients often find that their needs, expectations and intentions change dramatically over the course of their extended stay in this tropical paradise.  As such, we’re flexible with our long-term vehicle rentals.  We will arrange an individually-tailored lease package to suit the budget and length of stay of each of our customers — whether they’re single clients to entire wedding parties.

Click to Contact Luis directly → luis@vamosrentacar.com
and he’ll provide you with a competitive lease quote!

Points of Reference

Most credit card companies’ Collision Damage Waiver stipulates the coverage duration of the rental agreement.  For example, 30 days with a 15-day cool-down period before another rental agreement may be covered.  Please discuss your particular CDW program with a qualified representative to understand your responsibilities.

Furthermore, Costa Rican law states that a tourist visa lasts for a maximum of 90 days.  At which time, the tourist must cross the border, leaving the country, and return later to regain legal status within Costa Rica.  The proceeding visa may or may not be granted for another full 90-day term.  This is subject to the discretion of the Immigration Officer on duty.

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Ricardo Vargas

Webmaster at Vamos Rent-A-Car
We'd love for you to stay longer in Costa Rica!  Just let Ricardo know how he can help to arrange it -- although he cannot stamp your passport! ๐Ÿ˜‰
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