St George Municipal Airport, United States of America
Terminal rental counter and pick-up
4550 South Airport Parkway, Saint George, 84790, UT, Utah
|Sun||10:00 - 23:30|
|Mon||09:30 - 23:30|
|Tue||09:30 - 23:30|
|Wed||09:30 - 23:30|
|Thu||09:30 - 23:30|
|Fri||09:30 - 23:30|
|Sat||09:30 - 22:30|
Credit Card Policies:
Budget accepts most major credit cards as credit identification at the time of rental. If the location accepted Debit Cards they can only be used at time of vehicle return for final payment. At the time of rental, there is a credit card hold of the total estimated charges plus 25% or $350 CAD, whichever is greater. Note: Prepaid Debit/Gift cards are not acceptable methods of credit identification to pick up a truck at any location. Prepaid Debit/Gift cards are accepted a time of return only.
Traffic and Toll Violations Renter assumes responsibility for any and all tolls, parking and traffic violations during the term of the rental. Renter hereby authorizes Budget to release his/her rental and charge card information to Verra Mobility, or other similar contracted processor, for the exclusive purpose of processing and billing for tolls; fines, penalties and fees (violations). Renter agrees to pay, upon billing, an administrative fee up to $50 for EACH unpaid violation incurred during the term of this rental. Renter understands and acknowledges that this automatic payment of violations may cause renter to lose the ability to contest violations and fines. Renter also agrees to pay the cost of a flat, daily convenience fee of $3.95 per day during the rental once an e-Toll transaction occurs, even if there are no additional e-Toll transactions. This is in addition to the actual cost of the toll(s). The rental period service fee for e-Tolls is capped at $19.75 per rental month of a rental agreement. Renters can avoid the daily e-Toll convenience fee by using their own electronic toll device, or by avoiding cashless tolls and paying all tolls in cash. Renter agrees to indemnify and hold us and Verra Mobility or other similar contracted processor, harmless for any tickets, citations, fines, penalties and administrative fees.
Towing is not permitted. Vehicles cannot be used to tow or push anything. A trailer hitch cannot be installed on the vehicles.
Renter will pay for or replace all fuel provided by Budget. The refueling charge is determined by multiplying the number of gallons needed to refill the tank (to the same levels when received) times the dollar-per-gallon rate specified on the rental agreement. Renter agrees that the number of gallons needed to refill the tank may be estimated by the fuel gauge reading or the miles driven. If you refuel, please do so within 5 miles of the return location and save your receipt for verification purposes.
Travel Into Other States
ALL RENTALS: must be returned to the originating rental location unless authorized, in advance, as evidenced in writing on the rental agreement. Vehicles returning to an unauthorized location will be subject to a drop charge equal to $0.75 per mile driven or $300, whichever is greater, and a rental rate surcharge. Any unauthorized drop fee should not exceed $1500 regardless of mileage. Based on availability, one-way rentals may be allowed to some U.S. cities. Vehicles at this location cannot travel into: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont.
A frequent flyer surcharge of up to $1.00 per day applies to all rentals earning frequent flyer miles, points or credits. Extensions or late returns may result in additional charges.
Driver's License Requirements
At the time of rental, the driver must present a valid drivers license in their name with the required class or endorsement for the vehicle that is being rented. All drivers must have a safe driving record.
Acceptance of Loss Damage Waiver relieves the renter and authorized additional drivers of financial responsibility if the Budget car is damaged or stolen while under rental contract. Using the vehicle in violation of any of the use restrictions listed on the rental agreement could void LDW and leave the renter fully responsible for any damage to the vehicle. LDW is not available in all states and certain restrictions may apply in some states. At the time of rental, the customer must initial whether he/she accepts or declines the LDW and/or other optional services. LDW and other optional services must be signed for at the rental counter. If LDW is not accepted, the customer may be responsible for up to the full fair market value of the car if it is damaged, vandalized or stolen during the rental. The customer may also be responsible for reimbursing Budget for the revenue lost by not being able to use the car while it is being repaired or not recovered due to theft (referred to as Loss Of Use) and any diminished value resulting from the accident.