Vermont Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Became the USA’s 14th state in 1791, before which it was its very own country
- Meaning ‘green mountain’ its name derives from the French term ‘Vert Mont’
- Is the US’s largest produced of maple syrup, producing over half a million gallons per year
- Has 1 dairy cow for nearly every 4 people that live here.
Rent a car in Vermont
If you’re arriving into Vermont, chances are you’ll be touching down at Albury International Airport (ALB) or Burlington International Airport, Vermont’s busiest airports and only international arrival points. Whilst other smaller regional airports are an option for connecting flights, it’s these 2 big hitters that cater for nearly 80% of all arrivals into Vermont.
Most common rental car in Vermont?
And if you’re renting a car in Vermont, you’re in safe hands as all of the US’ major rental agents are well appointed here. Select between economy, budget and premium rentals with the latest makes and models available. All rental cars in Vermont have air conditioning and automatic gearboxes, ideal for heading out onto the highway and getting to where you need to be in comfort with minimal fuss.
SUV rentals in Vermont
If like most Vermont car rental customers, it’s an SUV rental you’re looking for then you’ll be reassured by the wide range of makes and models for what is the most popular vehicle type rented here. No matter what rental agent, from Alamo to Avis, Hertz to Thrifty, the SUV is king of the rentals in Vermont with nearly 1 in 3 of rentals being for the SUV. And it’s the Ford Escape that narrowly pips the Grand Cherokee to top spot scoring top marks when it comes to value for money.