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Last minute car rental in Australia

Last minute rental car

It’s the night before your trip. Everything is set, except for a car rental. Don’t worry! VroomVroomVroom can help you find a rental car for your trip. We offer last minute car rental deals so you don’t have to trawl through hundreds of websites to find an affordable rental. We compare rental cars from major brands in Australia, including Avis, Hertz, Enterprise (formerly Redspot), Europcar, Budget, Thrifty giving you more selections on vehicles. To make things easier, you can also book through our apps available in the Appstore and Google Play.

Where to find last minute car rental deals

Airport - Airport Depots tend to have more available vehicles within their fleets. This is due to the higher volume of customers requiring a rental. You do not have to be arriving by plane to collect a rental car at an airport. Click here for more information on how to collect a rental car at the airport.

CBD - You may also try your luck at finding last minute deals from CBD depots. We will save you the time of having to search each depot, by supplying availability from all major suppliers across all cities within Australia.

Last minute car hire requirements

Driver’s licence - To find out what kind of driving licence is accepted, read our hire car licence requirements.

Credit/Debit card - Remember that our suppliers don’t accept cash payments so make sure to present a credit card or debit card when you pick up your rental car. Check out our FAQ page to find what type of credit/debit cards are accepted by the car rental companies.

Booking number - After booking a last minute rental car through VroomVroomVroom, you will receive a booking confirmation number right away. You have an option to have it sent to you by SMS or email. Upon arrival at the rental car counter, you just have to show your booking number from your phone. There is no need to have it printed out.

If you need further assistance in finding a last minute car rental in Australia, feel free to contact our customer care experts. You can contact us via email, phone, or live chat. You can also drop us a message on Facebook or Twitter.