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With more than 13 countries in the North America offering car hire through Rhinocarhire.com, it's little surprise to hear that the USA is by far the biggest market for car rentals in North America. Domestic and international rentals can be arranged at over 1,000 locations in the USA alone, with Canada and Mexico making up the other main car hire locations in North America.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cheapest car hire in North America?
Renting a car in North America is virtually a given, particularly if you have any distance to travel and as such is extremely well appointed. Prices start from around $14 per day for an economy class rental car in North America.
What is the best car rental agent in North America?
Enterprise and National Car Rental frequently come out on top for North America car rental agents when we ask our customers. Both established international brands based in the USA, they offer an excellent range of vehicles and customer service to match. You should feel confident to rent a car in North America with either.
How much is car rental in North America?
Car rental in North America is generally competitively priced and starts from well under $20 per day for a basic car. Unlike elsewhere in the world however, there is a much smaller price increase to upgrade to a full-size or SUV rental in North America.
What is the most popular rental car in North America?
The Ford Escape is the most popular rental car in North America, popular in the USA, Canada and Mexico the Ford Escape can be found on most rental agent fleets. Offering a comfortable and spacious SUV for little more than a regular car, it's easy to see what the Ford Escape and other SUV models are the most popular rental cars in North America.
Tips for renting a car in North America
What side of the road to drive?
Driving in North America is on the right-hand side of the road, common with 69% of countries in the world. Whilst familiar to most, British and Australian visitors will find it’s the opposite to what they used to. Most rental cars in North America are automatic which helps with the transition.
Are there roundabouts?
The USA and Canada generally prefer intersections over roundabouts with very few to be found on the roads of North America. As so few are used, proceed with caution as even local drivers are not always 100% sure of how they operate!
Are there traffic lights?
Common at all intersections and junctions across North America. One big difference between traffic lights in the USA and Europe is that you can turn right on a red lights in North America if the road / pedestrian crossing is clear. If you’re sat at a red light in the right turn lane and get a toot, it’s likely a local suggesting you proceed.
What are the speed limits?
Speed limits in the USA are set in MPH much like the UK with Texas having the highest speed limit in all of North America at 85mph. Canada switched from mph to metric kph and has a max limit of 120 / 110 kph. Fixed and mobile cameras are common and fines can be high so we advise you stick to the speed limits in North America.
What do I need to know when driving with children?
Laws are strict and all under 12’s must use a suitable child car seat even in rental cars, only taxis have relaxed laws. You can rent a car seat in North America or to make a useful saving, take your own.
What are the drinking and driving laws?
North America has a 0.08% BAC for drink driving, much the same as the UK. Road side testing is not uncommon, our advice, as always is not to drink alcohol when driving in North America
Are there toll roads?
Widely used across the interstate and freeway networks. Many toll roads in North America use automatic number plate recognition and not toll booths, check with your rental car agent when you collect your rental car to understand your option for paying toll roads in North America.