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For assistance, call 612-625-3033.
Dispatch Hours (for picking up a rental vehicle):
6:30 am - 6:30 pm, Monday - Friday
7:00 am - Noon, Sunday
Rental Pick-up Customers! If a particular driver will not be present at the time of rental pick up, please provide Fleet Services with the following information before the rental vehicle will be released:
24-Hour Voyager Fleet Road Side Assistance (for rental vehicles)
Not valid in Canada
Find the phone number in two places:
- on the rental agreement you signed
- on the back of the fuel credit card
How to use instructions
7:45 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday
Fleet Services is CLOSED on Saturdays and vehicles may not be picked up on Saturdays.
University of Minnesota assumes no responsibility for loss by fire, theft or damage to your vehicle while parked in Fleet Services lot or on public streets during the rental period.
What We Need From You
Do you need to park your rental vehicle on the Twin Cities campus? A Temporary Official Vehicle permit costs $6.00 per day. Read more details.
Do you need to park your personal vehicle while you're using the rental car? You can park for free in the spaces marked "Rental Customer Parking Only" or on the north side of the Fleet building during your rental timeframe.
NOTE: As of February 15, 2016, only one vehicle hangtag will be issued for any private vehicle using the Fleet Services parking lot during a rental reservation period. Fleet Services is not responsible for the security of any vehicles parked in the Fleet Services lot or on public streets during the rental period.
What to do if your trip ends after the Fleet office has closed? Fill out the Trip Sheet you received when you picked up the rental vehicle and place that completed form with the keys into the After-Hours drop box on the side of the building near the car wash.
Who is responsible for tickets, tolls or other citations? Tickets, unpaid tolls, and other citations are the responsibility of the driver, not the department. See the University of Minnesota Board of Regents Policy. NOTE: Tolls are reimbursable travel expenses, however, late fees associated with unpaid tolls are the responsibility of the driver.
How to Transport Canoes and Animals in University Vehicles
Renters are responsible for ensuring canoes and kayaks are properly secured to a Fleet vehicle. Departments will be held responsible for any damage caused by negligence. Note: Tules are available for free upon request and can be used on any vehicle with roof racks.
All live animals that are transported in University vehicles should be crated or otherwise kept contained while in the vehicle.
When vehicles are used for field work, please take reasonable care to protect the vehicle. We are all stewards of University property.
This includes, but is not limited to, these guidelines:
We appreciate your cooperation.