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Car rental shops prepare for Spring Break rush

Car rental shops in Albany are preparing for the rush of spring break travelers Car rental shops in Albany are preparing for the rush of spring break travelers
Rental services want to make sure drivers know where to go to get the best deals Rental services want to make sure drivers know where to go to get the best deals
The usual rental rules will still apply The usual rental rules will still apply
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Car rental shops in Albany are preparing for the rush of spring break travelers.

With vacation plans just around the corner the rental services want to make sure drivers know where to go to get the best deals in town. They say they expect to see a lot of corporate folks, as well as college students looking to get away for a good price.

"We try to accommodate our prices to fit within everyone's needs, especially with the college students, we want to make sure they're able to get out and enjoy themselves, without putting so much mile on their vehicles, that's why were here, they could just use our cars," said Sherell Lamar a senior car representative at Enterprise.

The usual rental rules still apply, you have to be 21 to rent a car, 25 to rent without additional fees.

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