San Francisco Toyota Offers Affordable Vehicle Rentals to Customers

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Bay Area Dealership Rents Out Variety of Toyota Models.

2020 Toyota Corolla driving on the highway

The Toyota Corolla is one of the numerous models available to rent from San Francisco Toyota.

A variety of situations can arise where people are unable to use the vehicle they own, and San Francisco Toyota can step in to assist Bay Area drivers in such scenarios by offering vehicle rentals.

Whether people are visiting the San Francisco area for business or leisure and need a vehicle to traverse the city or locals are in need of a set of wheels to use while the one they own is in the shop for servicing, San Francisco Toyota provides customers with a selection of different Toyota models available for rent at an affordable cost. Those looking to take a large group of people or haul a sizeable cargo load may be interested in renting the Toyota 4Runner SUV, which is offered at $95 per day, or the Toyota Sienna minivan, which also rents for $95 per day. For smaller travel needs, customers may opt for the compact and efficient Toyota Corolla at $35 per day. The Camry, RAV4, Tacoma, Sienna, Prius and Highlander are among the other Toyota models available to rent.

In order to take advantage of this service, drivers must be at least 21 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license as well as proof of auto insurance. If the driver is under 25 years of age, additional fees will apply. A valid credit card must also be presented for a security deposit.

The Toyota brand has proven itself a global powerhouse for decades for comfort and reliability, and in addition to providing a car when locals or visitors need it most, the rental program offered by San Francisco Toyota is an ideal opportunity to see what makes Toyota such a popular brand for many people. For more information about the rental program from San Francisco Toyota, interested parties are encouraged to visit http://www.sftoyota.com or call 415-504-1947.

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