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Car rental starting at $200 a week, $700 a month

Car rental in Los Angeles

Mazda 3
Mazda 3

$250/ week

Mazda 6
Mazda 6

$250/ week

Fiat 500L
Fiat 500L

$300/ week

Fiat 500L
Fiat 500L

$300/ week

Fiat 500L
Fiat 500L

$300/ week

Fiat 500L
Fiat 500L

$300/ week

Fiat 500L
Fiat 500L

$300/ week

Fiat 500L
Fiat 500L

$300/ week

Fiat 500L
Fiat 500L

$300/ week

Fiat 500X
Fiat 500X

$300/ week

Fiat 500X
Fiat 500X

$300/ week

Hyundai Elantra
Hyundai Elantra

$300/ week

Hyundai Sonata
Hyundai Sonata

$300/ week

Hyundai Sonata
Hyundai Sonata

$300/ week

Kia Optima
Kia Optima

$300/ week

Nissan Versa
Nissan Versa

$300/ week

Toyota Solara
Toyota Solara

$300/ week

Chevrolet Impala
Chevrolet Impala

$350/ week

Fiat 500L
Fiat 500L

$350/ week

Fiat 500L
Fiat 500L

$350/ week

Fiat 500L
Fiat 500L

$350/ week

Fiat 500L
Fiat 500L

$350/ week

Kia Optima
Kia Optima

$350/ week

Kia Optima Hybrid
Kia Optima Hybrid

$350/ week

Kia Optima Hybrid
Kia Optima Hybrid

$350/ week

Nissan Juke
Nissan Juke

$350/ week

Nissan Juke
Nissan Juke

$350/ week

Volkswagen Tiguan
Volkswagen Tiguan

$350/ week

Audi A4
Audi A4

$400/ week

Honda CR-V
Honda CR-V

$400/ week

Hyundai Sonata
Hyundai Sonata

$400/ week

Hyundai Sonata
Hyundai Sonata

$400/ week

Mazda 6
Mazda 6

$400/ week

Mazda CX-5
Mazda CX-5

$400/ week

Volkswagen Passat CC
Volkswagen Passat CC

$400/ week

Volkswagen Tiguan
Volkswagen Tiguan

$400/ week

Acura ILX
Acura ILX

$500/ week

Chrysler 200C
Chrysler 200C

$500/ week

Chrysler 200C
Chrysler 200C

$500/ week

Chrysler 200C
Chrysler 200C

$500/ week

Chrysler 200C
Chrysler 200C

$500/ week

Dodge Challenger
Dodge Challenger

$600/ week

Infiniti Q50
Infiniti Q50

$600/ week

Volkswagen Touareg
Volkswagen Touareg

$600/ week

BMW 328
BMW 328

$700/ week

BMW 330
BMW 330

$700/ week

Ford Mustang
Ford Mustang

$700/ week

Infiniti QX60
Infiniti QX60

$700/ week

Lexus NX
Lexus NX

$700/ week

Jaguar F-Type
Jaguar F-Type

$900/ week

Ford Mustang
Ford Mustang

$2 100/ week

Maserati Levante
Maserati Levante

$2 100/ week

How to rent a car in Los Angeles?

You have arrived in Los Angeles and decided to rent a car. How would one proceed? You can contact any large company and rent a car from them. But if you don't want to pay more, it is worth considering our offer. We offer car rental for less money and on more favorable terms:

  • car rental rate – from $250 per week,
  • deposit from $300, no mileage limit,
  • we will deliver the car to the customer anywhere in the LA 24/7 and will also pick it up,
  • we accept payment for car rental in cash, Zelle or in BTK,
  • we do not freeze money on your credit card.

After car rental period ends, you do not have to worry that your money will be debited from your bank account. We are ready to negotiate both the terms of the car rental and the rental cost. We do not set a mileage limit at all. The state for travels during your car rental period is California and, upon further agreement, the bordering states! 

 

What documents does one need to rent a car?

To draw up a car rental agreement, you must provide your passport and your driver’s license. Usually, a driver's license issued in your country is sufficient, an international license is not required. We are located in downtown Los Angeles – Downtown/Financial District. If necessary, we can get the car to you. HoWhat is the process for a car rental agreement? You pay for the car rental, make a deposit, we fill out insurance documents, check and take photos/videos of the car prior the rental and sign the car rental agreement. For visitors, we usually advise on various traffic rules at the airport zone, rules of conduct on the road, other driving recommendations and that's it, you can go!

 

What is a better option? Renting a car or taking public transportation?

For travelers arriving at LA, there is a choice: to rent a car or take public transportation. Los Angeles is a huge metropolis with an extensive public transportation network that covers most of the city. The fare is $1.75 per trip, $7 for a day pass, or $25 for a weekly pass that includes unlimited travel by subway and the bus. The traffic is intense, there are a lot of roads and junctions. For that reason, if you are not the best driver, or just plan to visit places within the public transportation routes, you do not need to rent a car. Public transportation is cheaper, and often faster, as sometimes there are heavy traffic jams on the highways during peak hours. It is important to understand that once you rented a car, not only will you have to drive it, but also put it in the parking lot, refill gas (1 liter(0.3 gallons) - about $0.9), etc. You have to pay for parking almost everywhere you go (starting at $3 per hour), somewhere you can park for free, but then you will still have to pay for overnight parking. If you forgot or didnot have time to pay for parking, you will get a fine (starting at $60). We do not recommend leaving your car in parking lots near supermarkets. It is common practice to evacuate a vehicle that has been there for a long time. It takes about half a day to pick up a car from the penalty area and you will have to pay about $300. Do you like to drink? If sol, you can't get behind the wheel – the police will pull you over and then you won't get out without a fine! The decision of renting a car is totally up to you. If you want to travel far, you need to rent a car. If you prefer laying around on the beach or walk around the center – definitely not!

 

Where can one go by from Los Angeles with a car?

Rented a car and don't know where to go? We recommend the following directions. Not far from downtown Los Angeles, Venice Beach. An unusual place, a bunch of informals, freaks and people who take mild drugs. You can swim in the ocean, ride a skateboard, play basketball. You have to pay for a parking spot here, but even withing the parking lot area, the safety of the car is not guaranteed, so be careful! The most popular destination is Las Vegas. The distance is 300 miles, about a 5 hour drive. Be sure to keep in mind that the roads are heavily loaded on weekends, so travel times can increase drastically. Parking is free at mostVegas hotels! On the way there, you can visit the largest and oldest gas station in the United States. Gas is much cheaper in Nevada compared to California – fill up the tank there on the way back. Be sure to visit the Grand Canyon. This is one of the oldest national parks in the United States and a favorite tourist destination. Once been there, you will be left with a lot of emotion and good memories. People also rent a car to go to Sequoia Park – 4 hour drive and 200 miles away. It is a huge territory filled with giant sequoias (the largest trees in the world) wildlife, and many other attractions. San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the United States. Silicon Valley, Golden Gate Bridge, Alcartas, Aplle Campus. It is a half day journey, 400 miles away form Los Angeles. You might also want to rent a car if you decide to visit the infamous beaches: Malibu, Santa Monica or San Diego – the bus trip will take a while compared to a car.

 

What does one do if the car breaks down?

Rented a car and it broke down? Unfortunately, that could happen to any car, even a new one! Try to assess the situation fairly and clearly. It is strictly forbidden to leave a car on the street or highway unattended! An abandoned car cannot stay in one place for a long time it will be either taken by a tow truck, or a parking attendant will issue a fine, or it will be simply stolen. Can't handle it on your own? If so, others in one of the passing cars could help you. If the problem seems more serious, call us, we will look for a way out together. Got into a car accident? Don't panic! Stay at the scene, don't go anywhere and don't leave! Call and wait for the police, explain what happened and fill out all the documents. Call us and we will decide how to act in a specific situation together. If necessary, we will come to the scene. Remember, any incorrect actions may turn into serious problems in the future!