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Question on car rental drop off on the Amalfi Coast

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Hello. We are heading to Tuscany and the Amalfi Coast in May. We are planning on picking up our rental car on the way out of Florence and then dropping it off a week later when we head to the Amalfi Coast. I'm not to keen on driving the coast so I was planning on dropping the car off in Sorrento on Saturday and then taking the ferry to Positano.

Naturally the car rental closes at 130pm on Saturday and this won't give us enough time to get down there to drop the car off as we were making a lunch stop in Tivoli on the way south. It wasn't clear if an after hours drop off was possible.

Does anyone have any thoughts or ideas? I can't seem to find a good ferry schedule link to see if there are other options on ferries to Positano besides Sorrento. Thanks

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