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The address of the preset rental office 'Toronto - Dufferin': Toronto-3320 Dufferin Street, Toronto, Canada.
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The rental process consists of 3 simple steps: (1) search available cars for your dates at 'Toronto - Dufferin'; (2) select the car type you wish to rent; and (3) complete the reservation form. Once your reservation at 'Toronto - Dufferin' is processed, we will send the confirmation voucher to your email address.
A valid credit card is required to confirm a reservation at 'Toronto - Dufferin'. Please check your rental conditions, prior making the reservation.
At the point 'Toronto - Dufferin', you will be asked for your confirmation voucher, driving license and a valid credit card. A credit card is required for a safety deposit. The deposit amount at 'Toronto - Dufferin' depends on the driver's age and the rented vehicle type.
The definitive payment is usually performed at the pick-up point. Our car suppliers at the point 'Toronto - Dufferin' accept VISA, Master Card and other card types - please check your rental conditions.
OrangeSmile.com wishes you safe roads in Canada and a pleasant trip to Toronto!
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