If I am talking to a car rental agent whose company has many branch offices, could I use the following sentence? I'd like to know if it is natural to leave out the object of pick up.
Can I pick up at one location and return it at another?
Can I pick up from one location and return a car to another?
I'm thinking about examples like "He bought and ate a burger," where the object "burger" is shared by "bought" as well as "ate." Do you know the same process cannot work in the car rental example?