3 Steps to a Cash Car Rental

Apr 13, 2016 
by Nick Evangelist

Due to some unforeseen circumstances (engine failure or an accident perhaps), you find yourself without a vehicle. You’re stranded. While you want to get your car back, you can’t afford to just stay home and stare at the wall. You need to get to work, pick up the kids, grab groceries … survive! How can you travel around Philadelphia when rental companies won’t lease to you due to bad credit?

Don’t stress it. In three easy steps, Orthodox Auto Company of Philly can get you a car rental—no matter your credit situation. Here’s how the cash rental process works.

1. Provide proof of insurance.

In order to rent a car, you need to show us that you have up-to-date, full-coverage auto insurance in order to cover any potential damage that might occur. You can stop by our office anytime during business hours to provide this info.

2. Show a valid driver’s license.

When you stop by to provide proof of insurance, be sure to also bring your driver’s license. Note that we cannot rent a vehicle to anyone who does not have a current, valid driver’s license.

3. Put a cash-down deposit for your car rental.

By providing cash up front, you can reserve your rental without having to mess with the credit companies. The deposit will be equal to up to seven rental days. If you rent for fewer days, we will return the balance to you. (Note that if you plan on renting for more than a week, check out our long-term car rental program.)

After these three steps, you can then proceed to check out our inventory of economy, mid-size, and full-size cars available to you and drive away the same day. No more sitting at home for you. Contact Orthodox Auto today at (215) 332-3520 with any questions you might have about our rental cars. 


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