AMPM Car And Truck Rentals Agency Profile
Years in business: 3
Pickup / Dropoff Services
Free courtesy pick up is provided with prior scheduling and availability within 5 miles radius from our rental office. Min $10 - $35 is charged for distance between 5 - 12 miles. There is no charge for pick up from LAX and LGB Airports.
We do pick up customers from airport (prior scheduling is highly desired) We are not too far from the airport and you can also take a CAB to our location. for rental over 14 days we will pick up the tab and pay for the CAB. If you are arriving at LAX airport, please let us know in advance of your arrival time, airline, flight number so that we can arrange a courtesy pick up. You can take a cab to our rental office (7 miles from LAX), we reimburse you the cab fare if the vehicle is taken for 2 weeks or more. It is advisable to call as soon as you get of the aircraft so that the pick up shuttle can meet you more or less at the same time.
We serve the following markets
- Long Term Renters
- Special Group Rates
- Conventions / Special Events
- Tour Groups
- Local Renters
- Association Members (AAA / AARP)
- Insurance Replacement Rentals
- Travel Agents
- Airline Employees
- Corporate Clients
- Students / Young Drivers
We cater to local city clients and our airport and international clientele. We treat and give our 100% attention to our customer needs and make the rental car expereince an enjoyable experience.
We do rent to drivers under the age of 25 provided they have: Major Credit Card with adequate deposit We charge $20/day as underage fees Additional drivers are not permitted Should provide at least Liability Insurance (Verifiable Proof) ABSOLUTELY NO DRIVERS TO BE UNDER 21
Cash Deposit Rentals
We do rent cars with minimum $1000 Cash Deposit with prior approval Upon making the reservation please call to get more details at this is case by case basis. Full coverage insurance from third party provider is required
Locations and Local Area
- Los Angeles - LAX Airport (Los Angeles, CA)
- Long Beach / LGB (Long Beach, CA)
City of Dreams and Dream Come True is how you can describe Los Angeles. People either love it or hate itâ€”but no matter what, Los Angeles makes no excuses and changes itself for no one. And you've got to admire that. Made up of dozens of communities, there is not one single experience that can sum up the life and heartbeat of this city. But what can be noted about Los Angeles by both tourists and locals alike is the hustle-and-bustle lifestyle, the vibrant and unique neighborhoods, and the extreme diversity that sets it apart from any other city. From the eternal sunshine and Hollywood glitz to all the small communities with their own distinct cultural personalities, this City of Angels will forever be many things to many people. Downtown While not exactly in the center of town geographically due to the sprawling nature of the city, Downtown Los Angeles is still teeming with activity. There are cultural hotbeds like Olvera Street and Chinatown that are just minutes away from Los Angeles landmarks like the Bank of America Building and the Walt Disney Concert Hall . And if you have a hankering for more art and culture while Downtown, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) is a definite must-see. Hollywood The big sign just about says it all: Hollywood is glitz, glamor, and unavoidable. While many people are critical of Hollywood, they still can't help but satiate their curiosity by visiting this busy area. The center of things is, without a doubt, Hollywood Boulevard, location of world-famous tourist spots including Grauman's Chinese Theater , the Hollywood Walk of Fame , and the Kodak Theatre where the Oscars are now held annually. The Miracle Mile/Hancock Park area is another of L.A.'s historical neighborhoods. Here you will find Wilshire Boulevard's Museum Row . The museums are contained within Hancock Park , a small but peaceful oasis in the center of hectic urban activity. To venture into the far distant past, stop by the La Brea Tar Pits ; and to immerse yourself in a famous museum, the LACMA: Los Angeles County Museum of Art is a popular attraction on Miracle Mile. Ritzy West Hollywood is home to one of the city's most famous (or infamous) attractions: the Sunset Strip . Here you'll find most of the city's hippest clubs frequented by up-and-coming actors and socialites, as well as some of the city's finest hotels and shopping, including the upscale Melrose Avenue Shopping District . West Hollywood is also the center of the city's gay and lesbian community, and it puts on one of the flashiest and most exhilarating annual Halloween parades in the state. Beverly Hills & the Westside This world-famous city with its world-famous zip code is synonymous with wealth, status, and celebrity. The understated elegance and grace of the residential neighborhoods are balanced out by Rodeo Drive , which offers some of the finestâ€”and most expensiveâ€”shopping in the world. Santa Monica & Bay Cities Back in the heyday of Route 66, Santa Monica was the end of the line. Today, this beachfront community offers the best in entertainment for all ages on its famous Santa Monica Pier . You can enjoy some carnival-style food and games or take a ride on the ferris wheel for a breathtaking view of the city and shoreline. When you're ready for some shopping, the active Third Street Promenade has a diverse directory of stores and eateries. The motto of the coastal community of Malibu is "27 miles of scenic beauty"â€”and that just about describes it best. The main attraction here is the drive along the Pacific Coast Highway, which takes you past beach after beach on one side of the road and million-dollar hilltop estates on the other. Make sure you have plenty of film and sunscreen. Even at night, the stars just seem brighter. Venice, just south of Santa Monica, is the city's home to all things eclectic and many things downright bizarre. This small, artsy beach town offers one of the greatest collections of cafes, bars, galleries, antiques and one-of-a-kind shops around. Weekend afternoons on the boardwalk are definitely a memorable experience for any visitor to the city. San Fernando Valley On the other side of the Hollywood Hills sits "The Valley," as known by locals. It features a seemingly endless sea of suburban cul-de-sacs, strip malls, funky shops and restaurants. Hollywood makes its presence known in the cities of Burbank and Universal City, which are home to Warner Bros. Studio and Universal Studios . There are two things you can always count on in the Valley: the earthquakes always feel stronger, and the temperature is always 10 degrees hotter. South Central & Compton Although the South Central neighborhood of Crenshaw gained worldwide publicity as the center of the infamous 1992 riots, this area is rich in history and culture. South Central is also home to famous Los Angeles landmarks such as the Watts Towers , the historic Shrine Auditorium , and Exposition Park . Within the famed Exposition Park is the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum , the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County , the California Science Center , and the IMAX California Science Center . It has also long been a place of culture and diversity, as evidenced by the African American Cultural Center . 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Los Angeles, CA
We rent the following types of vehicles
AMPM Car Rentals belive in the right of our customers to be treated with respect. We strive hard to bring the best of the industry standards We are dedicated to the customer satisfaction We take great pride ourselves in providing a variety of select quality vehicles of all types and models of vehicles. Our fleet varies with a mix ran ge of vehicles ranging from the but all of them are later than 2000 to today's newer makes and models, bringing you a variety of cars, vans, and trucks to fill your rental needs, budget, and taste. We give a personal touch to our transaction and know you better. Policies are what works and is prefferred by you our beloved customers. Whether you choose a 19.99 economy class, a more spacious full size model, a cool convertible, a passenger van for the whole family, or a cargo van or moving truck to shuttle your stuff in; you'll agree our tiered rate plans offering you more ways to go and save. We appreciate you visiting our web site and hope to see you in person. Be assured your satisfaction is our #1 priority. Our Brands include but are not limited to Toyota, Honda, Chevy, Chrysler, Dodge, Suzuki, Ford, and a lot more Out Car Models include but not limited to Camry, Accord, Civic, Corolla, Chrysler 300, Pilot, Venture, Cargo Van, Passenger Van, Odessey, and more. Call us to know more about US, about our Cars, and Judge yourself our superior service.