- Before you begin your trip with 2Go Rent a Car
- Carry out a general inspection of the vehicle. Make sure the lights are working properly, check the tire pressure, oil level, etc.
- Make sure you have all your personal documents (driver’s license, ID, Passport) as well as the rental agreement and vehicle permits.
- Remember that all passengers must wear the seatbelt at all times.
- According to Costa Rican legislation, all children under the age of 12 must travel in a safety baby or booster seat.
- Do not exchange currency on the street or with strangers. Make sure to carry out all your monetary exchange transactions at a bank of authorized agency.
- For local information visit Costa Rica’s official tourism website www.visitcostarica.com.
During your trip
- Keep your windows up and doors locked at all times.
- Avoid driving late at night or in heavy rain conditions.
- Travel exclusively on official highways and roads.
- Take short breaks during long trips.
- Avoid stopping in dark or lonesome places. Always try to stop at public or busy stations.
- Do not leave valuable belongings inside the vehicle, even when it is locked.
- Abide by the traffic signs and regulations.
- If a tire pops, park the vehicle correctly on the side of the road. Turn on the emergency lights or flashers, put on the safety vest and place the two safety triangles 160 and 60 feet away from the back of vehicle.
- If you are hit by another vehicle or notice that you are being followed suspiciously, find the closest public place and call 911 immediately.
- In order for your full coverage by your insurance policy you must meet all terms in the rental agreement.
- The person who signed the rental agreement is responsible for all damages to the vehicle.
- All traffic violations are complete responsibility of the person who signed the rental agreement. These must be paid at the stipulated local banks. Do not pay any kind of traffic infractions to local transit police officers or strangers.
- You must return the vehicle with a full tank or the same level of gas unless you decided to prepaid at the time of the rental. In which case you should try to return it with the least possible amount of fuel.