1. Most important – do not loose your book. You will find yourself paying both the rental and the replacement cost.
2. Do not return it late - if they can not re-rent it the rental company losses big time and there late fees can get very expensive.
3. Compare prices - with over a dozen big name sites offering rentals be sure to compare the prices and shipping. A price comparison tool like www.Cheap-Textbooks.com makes this job easier.
4. Find out if Supplements such as CD ROMs, Study Guides, Access Codes, etc. are included with any rental and if you are allowed to use/install these supplements.
5. Keep the box. Most rental companies require you return the book in its original shipping container.
6. Read the terms & conditions - do not just check the box that says you read it, Read IT! This is a 4 month contract that covers what you can and CAN NOT do with the book.
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