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One Way Car Rentals- LAS to SFO- without drop off charges-What to check-

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I checked on the internet for One-way rentals without drop off charges.
I couldn't find anything that would give me a guaranteed information. I could finally get one quote from "Economy Car Rentals"
Pick up- Las Vegas Airport- 12th june 13
Drop off: San Francisco airport- 19th June 13
Toyota Corolla Automatic @ 225 $
with all charges including

drop off charges at different location
(One way Charge)
ZERO Deductible
Rental Rates & VAT
Airport Taxes
Collision Damage Waiver
Sales Tax
Third party insurance / RLP + SLI
Theft insurance
Unlimited mileage
Premium Location Fee
Out of Office hours drop fees

I am coming from India and do not know the finer details to look for in a Car Rental contract and what would be a reasonable rate. Can someone please suggest if the terms are Ok and should I go ahead and book it...

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