Rent a car in the USA and begin the adventure of a lifetime. With its buzzing cities, iconic landmarks and idyllic coastal roads, the United States of America was made for exploring. Navigate the legendary American highways and take in the sun-kissed West Coast, historic East Coast, or rugged Pacific Northwest.
We have hundreds of pick-up branches dotted throughout the country, so hiring a car in the USA couldn’t be easier. You can find our conveniently located branches in all the major cities, including New York and San Francisco. We’re also based in major airports and railway stations in key destinations such as Orlando and Los Angeles.
Whether you’re traveling on business, for a beach break, or are planning an epic road trip, you'll find your perfect vehicle, from sedans to SUVs, in our impressive fleet.
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It takes three hours and 40 minutes to drive 216 miles from New York to Boston:
It takes four hours and 21 minutes to drive 279 miles from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon. Take the I-11 South towards Hoover Dam. Join the US-93 to reach the western end of the Grand Canyon.
17875 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
Five-star opulence abounds at this lavish residence at Sunny Isles Beach. This elegant Mediterranean-style resort is located on 4.5 acres of beachfront property and is 10 miles from bustling South Beach. Enjoy the very best of sun-kissed Florida hotels, with huge rooms featuring glorious décor and state-of-the-art facilities including a spa, fitness center, and tennis court.
108 East Superior St, Chicago IL 60611
Bustling Chicago is home to one of the US’s most star-studded hotels. You may see a celebrity or two checking in to this elegant five-star, a half-block from the historic Water Tower. If you don’t there are still plenty of Instagram-worthy shots to take of the gold-framed art and marble floors.
9641 Sunset Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Hollywood’s Golden Age is alive and well at one of the world’s most famous hotels. Since it first opened in 1912, some of the brightest stars and biggest icons have set foot here. There are also spellbinding views of Beverly Hills from the balconies.
5607 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118
Archipelago has critically acclaimed, modern Filipino cuisine that is a feast for the senses. Enjoy the smell of shrimp paste from the open kitchen, the sound of happy, talkative guests tucking in, and most importantly, taste the sliced, rib-eye steak.
131 N Main St, Davidson, NC 28036
North Carolina’s tastiest establishment boasts crispy eggplant and labneh, hand-battered chicken strips for hungry children, and fried potatoes in duck fat. The owners, Joe and Katy Kindred, also run the all-day café Milkbread.
3808 North Williams Ave, Portland, OR 97227
Eem features award-winning Oregon food, renowned for its brisket jungle curry. Smoked meats and Asian flavors make a winning combination. The drinks are just as excellent, so make sure you sample the piña coladas.
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington DC, 20500
The official workplace of the sitting US President, the White House is steeped in history. Completed in 1800, it has been home for every sitting President since John Adams. It’s hard to arrange a tour of this iconic piece of Washington, but even standing in front of the most famous house in the world is impressive.
New York, NY 10004
As far as gifts go, this present from France to America is as good as it gets. Located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor in New York City, The Statue of Liberty is one of the world’s most famous sculptures. Standing since 1886, this neoclassical giant has to be seen, whether that’s by ferry, helicopter, or on foot.
1195 Baltimore Park, Gettysburg, PA 17325
Witness the site of the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg, a decisive point in the American Civil War where more than 46,000 men died. Not only for history buffs, this 6,000-acre park pays tribute to the fallen and makes for a fascinating guided tour. Special events also take place regularly.