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Car Hire Puerto Rico

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Hertz in Puerto Rico

On the Caribbean islands that make up Puerto Rico you'll experience a heady mix of culture, coastal escapes and some sights not to be missed. With hot weather all year round and the opportunity for some serious relaxation at a number of beautiful beaches, you'll find that car hire in Puerto Rico is the most convenient way to get around and see all the much-loved tourist destinations. While the rural areas provide some inspiring scenic drives, the range of architecture on show in capital city San Juan and other towns is well worth seeing during your stay and each different spot is well worth hiring a car in Puerto Rico.

With temperatures around the island hovering steadily at around the 30-degree Celsius mark, the tropical climes make for a sun-kissed visit no matter when you may decide to make the trip. Car hire in Puerto Rico allows you to see the city of San Juan and discover its most popular landmarks. El Morro is a fortress built in King Phillip II's honour which offers stunning views over San Juan Bay. Visitors often rent a car in Puerto Rico as the public transport systems are somewhat lacking. With the coastal resorts in the north and south separated by beautiful mountainous territory; there's plenty to do just about anywhere you go.

Puerto Rico is technically a part of the United States, and as such many of the road laws and customs apply. In Puerto Rico cars drive on the right side of the road, and insurance policies taken out in the States generally cover this region but do check with your provider if you have arranged a policy separately. Confusingly, the speed limit signs you'll see are given in miles but any distances are given in kilometres try not to confuse the two or you could end up exceeding the limit in search of a place that's further away than you think!