Car Rental Orlando

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Cheapest Car Rental Rates

Orlando Airport Car Rental
Economy
Toyota Yaris or similar
Toyota Yaris
  • 5x
  • x
  • 5x
  • Yes
  • Auto.
Easirent
$19.63 / per day
Orlando Airport Car Rental
Compact
Nissan Versa or similar
Nissan Versa
  • 5x
  • 1x
  • 5x
  • Yes
  • Auto.
Easirent
$21.85 / per day
Orlando Airport Car Rental
Standard
Hyundai Santa Fe or similar
Hyundai Santa Fe
  • 5x
  • 2x
  • 5x
  • Yes
  • Auto.
Easirent
$23.18 / per day
Orlando Airport Car Rental
Standard
Nissan Altima or similar
Nissan Altima
  • 5x
  • 2x
  • 5x
  • Yes
  • Auto.
Easirent
$24.52 / per day

Most Popular Car Rental Offers

Orlando Airport Car Rental
Economy
Chevrolet Spark or similar
Chevrolet Spark
  • 4x
  • 2x
  • 4x
  • Yes
  • Auto.
NuCarrentals
$35.50 / per day
Orlando Airport Car Rental
Economy
Toyota Yaris or similar
Toyota Yaris
  • 4x
  • 2x
  • 4x
  • Yes
  • Auto.
NuCarrentals
$36.58 / per day
Orlando Airport Car Rental
Intermediate
Kia Forte or similar
Kia Forte
  • 5x
  • 3x
  • 4x
  • Yes
  • Auto.
NuCarrentals
$37.66 / per day
Orlando Airport Car Rental
Standard
Toyota Corolla or similar
Toyota Corolla
  • 5x
  • 4x
  • 4x
  • Yes
  • Auto.
NuCarrentals
$38.73 / per day
The above prices are approximate only. They are based on bookings made during the last 48 hours and depend on booking dates, length of rental and car class.

Travel Information

Language
English
Currency
USD
Country code
1
Average car rental length
2 days
Economy car rental price
$73.12 / per day
Traffic direction
Right-hand
Speed limit out of town
72 - 120 km/h
45 - 75 mi/h
Speed limit within town
40 - 120 km/h
25 - 75 mi/h
Acceptable limit of BAC
0.05%

Why rent a car in Orlando?

Orlando is the largest market for rental cars in the world, and for good reason. With more than 70 million visitors flocking to this theme park mecca every year, Orlando is not just a top travel destination in the U.S., but the world. 

With all of the theme parks, other attractions, and resorts spread out over the surrounding area, travel between all can be burdensome. While shuttle services exist between major parks and resorts, the times are often inconvenient and can detract from the visitor’s experience. Most visitors also intend to visit some attractions further afield, such as John F. Kennedy Space Center on Cape Canaveral. It is no wonder, then, that so many travels chose to rent their own vehicle for their stay in the Orlando area. 

Driving here may be daunting for the uninitiated with large highways and speedy drivers. However, the roads, including the toll roads mentioned below, are in a great state and funnel the millions of visitors and locals smoothly on a daily basis. 

Orlando Car Rental

Top ways to enter Orlando

Most travelers not arriving with their own vehicle enter the Orlando area through the Orlando International Airport. The largest rental companies are located at the terminals Others provide free shuttle services to their off-airport locations.  

Many travelers, especially those arriving from abroad, may find that another airport may provide lower fares. Specifically, Miami International Airport hosts flights from many originating from many countries. It is perfectly feasible to arrive in Orlando by renting a car and driving along Florida’s Turnpike for a few hours. In the end, this may be a way to save considerable money over the short connecting flight. 

If you are seeking to return your rental car with a full tank of fuel, DO NOT stop at either of the gas stations closest to the airport, Suncoast Energys or Sun Gas. If you fill up at either station, you will pay at least twice the normal price. The Wawa, 7-11, and Mobile stations one or two blocks north offer competitive prices. 

Useful city facts

Orlando may be known for its largest theme parks, however it has much more to offer. From museum of history and art to all of the smaller theme parks and attractions, the city can hold any traveler’s attention without them having to even step onto a Disney or Universal property. 

As one would expect given its location, Orlando is a generally hot place. Hot, humid, and rainy weather awaits the largest crowds visiting in the summer who should be aware of the potential for heavy thunderstorms during afternoons. The other half of the year is generally milder, and drier. While winter temperatures usually remain in the 70s, visitors should be aware of the possibility for cold snaps bringing temperatures below freezing at night. This milder weather also tends to coincide with the low season for tourists, making for the perfect time of year to visit. 

Top destinations and activities

  • Walt Disney World - The world-famous resort that Orlando is famous for (though it's actually closer to Kissimmee) includes four main theme parks, each of which is one of the 10 most visited theme parks in the world on its own. Billed as fun for all ages, Disney World is a destination not just for families, but married couples adult friends all the same. 
  • Magic Kingdom - The most visited theme park in the world is undoubtedly a classic. Cinderella’s Castle greets visitors on their entrance into this wonderful fantasy land rich with fairy tale and disney lore. 
  • Epcot - Immediately known from afar by its giant golf-ball-like Spaceship Earth that often eclipses Cinderella’s Castle as Disney World’s main icon, Epcot provides visitors with an educational journey. Here visitors can take an odyssey from the beginning of humankind to the future on Spaceship Earth or visit 11 countries in one day at the World Showcase, a permanent world’s fair of sorts. 
  • Hollywood Studios- Formerly Disney-MGM Studios, Disney’s Hollywood Studios is, unsurprisingly, a theme park based on cinema, specifically the Golden Age of Hollywood. The upcoming Star Wars: Galaxy Edge began development after Disney’s purchase of the Star Wars franchise and will open in August of 2019.  
  • Animal Kingdom - A fusion of theme park and zoo, Animal Kingdom is Disney World’s most recent theme park addition. Visitors to this park can take a safari that includes wild animals from the African savannah, go on a trek through a tropical jungle seeing wildlife from birds to tigers, and enjoy animal themed roller coasters and raft rides. 
  • Universal Orlando - The second largest and most visited attraction in the Orlando area, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure make up Universal Orlando. These parks offer visitors an adventure themed after some of the most popular film and television franchises. Such films include Spriderman, E.T., Transformers, and the Men in Black. The newest large addition to the parks brought multiple attractions based on the Harry Potter franchise named the Wizarding World, split equally between the parks and connected by the Hogwarts Express. Note that you must have a ticket good for entrance to both parks on the same-day to take the Hogwarts Express. 
  • SeaWorld - Once famously loved, and then resented, for its orca shows, the marine theme park is currently in the process of phasing them out. Not to worry, SeaWorld  has plenty of attractions from rides, to other shows, to educational experiences to make for an interesting break from the area’s other parks. 
  • Discovery Cove - Have you ever wanted to swim with dolphins? Discovery If so, Discovery Cove is the place to visit. You should also stick around for the coral reef, where you can swim with exotic fish and rays, the tropical rainforest, or the relaxing beach. Be sure to book ahead of time, as some of the experiences are only available to a very limited number of people per day. 
  • Citywalk - Part of Universal Orlando, Citywalk is a stretch of shops, restaurants, and entertainment, such as a karaoke club with a live band and a show by the Blue Man Group.
  • Water Parks - Disney, Universal, and SeaWorld all have waterparks. These are a great way to take off the heat after spending a day in the hot summer sun. Water-loving travelers shouldn’t fret, most of the water parks are open through winter with heated water, though may close on particularly cold days. 
  • Golf - Orlando is a premier destination for golf. With over 65 courses in the region and warm weather year-round, golfers of all ages and skill-levels flock to Orlando.

Traffic and parking tips

All of the theme parks charge for parking. For example, parking rates at Disney parks start at $25. Many also include priority parking, which will get you a spot much closer to the entrance, and vallet. One notable exception is that parking for Citywalk at Universal is free after 6pm. 

Parking downtown is much more wallet-friendly than at the resorts. Metered street parking is $1 per hour and free during evenings, while city-owned garages are $2 per hour. 

Toll roads

Florida’s Turnpike is the longest toll road in the Orlando area, connecting I-75, northwest of Orlando, with Homestead, south of Miami. Of more immediate interest to Orlando area travelers, either the Beachline Expressway or the Central Florida Greenway would be of use for traveling between the airport and Disney World or the resorts near it. 

There are a few options when it comes to toll payment. A Sunpass or E-Pass transponder is the most convenient way of paying. Many rental cars will come equipped with one; however, the agency will charge a convenience fee for its use (usually on a per day basis). Luckily, most Orlando area toll road have booths where the toll can be paid with cash. Be sure to remain in the right lanes, as the left lanes are for the pass systems only.  

Ideas for a day-trip

  • Cape Canaveral - For those interested in the history of the American space program, Cape Canaveral, a two hour drive from Orlando, hosts the Kennedy Space Center visitor’s center. Standard admission includes various attractions and a bus tour of the Apollo/Saturn V Center. More extensive tours are also available, but should be booked in advance. It is also possible to see rocket launches with advanced booking.
  • Cocoa Beach - Just south of Cape Canaveral is the Town of Cocoa Beach and its actual beach. Though known for being the setting of the classic television show I Dream of Jeannie, the location’s real fame comes from the beach’s surf. Widely regarded as the best surfing location on the East Coast, Cocoa Beach has an annual surf festival and is home to the flagship store of Ron Jon Surf Shop, the largest surfing store in the world. 
  • Canaveral National Seashore - A short drive north of Cape Canaveral, the National Seashore is 24 miles of undeveloped beach. Visitors can fully enjoy unspoilt nature here by way of a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, camping, animal watching, walking on nature trails, and a wide array of water-based activities. If you are bored with overdeveloped, crowded beaches elsewhere in the state, then this serene place is perfect for you. 
  • Daytona Beach - A short hour-long drive northeast of Orlando will bring you to Daytona, a center of auto racing. Here, it’s possible to tour the infamous Daytona International Speedway. Driving and parking on the beach is a tradition in Daytona Beach and nearby New Smyrna Beach. 
  • Ocala National Forest - Located just a little over an hour north of Orlando, The southernmost forest in the contenital U.S. contains more than 600 lakes, rivers, and most interestingly, springs. Visitors can swim, snorkel, and dive in the spring waters that stay a perfect 72 degrees year-round. Be warned that both bears and alligators make the forest their habitat. Neither should ever be approached.

Most popular rental types and cars

The most popular class of rental cars in Orlando is economy, of which the Hyundai Accent is an example. After the economy, the compact class is the next most popular, represented by cars such as the Nissan Versa. But because Orlando, with its theme parks, is a family destination full-size cars, such as the Nissan Altima, are also popular. 

Further destinations

  • Florida Keys -  No trip to Florida can be complete without making the journey south to the Keys. An archipelago off the southern tip of Florida’s peninsula stretching into the straits of Florida, the Florida Keys is notorious for its beaches. The tourist high season is from December to April, when mild temperatures combined with less rain to make it the perfect winter getaway. Therefore, later in spring towards the beginning of summer may be the more pocket-book-friendly time to experience the keys. June through November are hurricane season, and therefore can be risky.
  • St. Augustine - The oldest European settlement in the United States, St. Augustine offers a historical charm unique to the country. Gorgeous views of the bay and sandy beaches would normally be enough to bring tourists in, but this city packs an experience that would make the 2 hour drive from Orlando more than worthwhile. 

Top 18 Cities near Orlando

  1. Fort Lauderdale Car Rentals from $19.61 per day
    285.9 km / 177.7 miles away
  2. Miami Car Rentals from $16.13 per day
    309.8 km / 192.5 miles away
  3. Tampa Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    130.2 km / 80.9 miles away
  4. Fort Myers Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    215.1 km / 133.6 miles away
  5. Jacksonville Car Rentals from $19.63 per day
    232.5 km / 144.5 miles away
  6. West Palm Beach Car Rentals from $19.63 per day
    228.1 km / 141.7 miles away
  7. Sanford Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    39.3 km / 24.4 miles away
  8. Clearwater Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    146.9 km / 91.3 miles away
  9. Sarasota Car Rentals from $70.91 per day
    167.9 km / 104.3 miles away
  10. Eglin Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    554.3 km / 344.4 miles away
  11. Pensacola Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    612.7 km / 380.7 miles away
  12. Punta Gorda Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    180.9 km / 112.4 miles away
  13. Tallahassee Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    366.9 km / 228.0 miles away
  14. Melbourne Car Rentals from $64.92 per day
    74.5 km / 46.3 miles away
  15. Daytona Beach Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    87.0 km / 54.0 miles away
  16. Key West Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    433.0 km / 269.1 miles away
  17. Gainesville Car Rentals from $61.28 per day
    168.5 km / 104.7 miles away
  18. Panama City Car Rentals from $72.82 per day
    467.8 km / 290.7 miles away

Top 20 Locations near Orlando

  1. Orlando Airport Car Rentals from $19.63 per day
  2. Sanford Airport Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    39.3 km / 24.4 miles away
  3. 74.5 km / 46.3 miles away
  4. 87.0 km / 54.0 miles away
  5. Tampa Airport Car Rentals from $73.56 per day
    130.2 km / 80.9 miles away
  6. 146.9 km / 91.3 miles away
  7. 167.9 km / 104.3 miles away
  8. 168.5 km / 104.7 miles away
  9. 180.9 km / 112.4 miles away
  10. 215.1 km / 133.6 miles away
  11. 228.1 km / 141.7 miles away
  12. 232.5 km / 144.5 miles away
  13. 272.5 km / 169.3 miles away
  14. 285.9 km / 177.7 miles away
  15. Miami Airport Car Rentals from $16.13 per day
    309.8 km / 192.5 miles away
  16. 366.9 km / 228.0 miles away

Which is the cheapest month to rent a car in Orlando?

Car rental prices in Orlando vary a lot according to the time of year. This graph compares month-to-month price changes to help you find the best offer.
Average Rental Price in Orlando
$49.78
January
$26.81
February
$31.64
March
$40.60
April
$20.41
May
$58.52
June
$30.90
July
$26.51
August
September
$23.78
October
November
$64.63
December
The best month to rent a car in Orlando is May (when prices for an Economy class start from $20.41). This is 45% cheaper than the yearly average and 68% cheaper than renting in December (when rental prices start at $64.63 for a Compact class). Knowing this can help you find the best price.

What’s the usual rental length in Orlando?

Travel lengths vary from month to month: in January, travelers rent a car for an average of 8 days in June, the average rental period is 5 days.
Average Rental Length in Orlando
8
January
7
February
6
March
6
April
8
May
5
June
7
July
6
August
8
September
6
October
6
November
5
December

What's the most popular month to rent a car in Orlando?

While travelers visit Orlando year-round, the most popular month for renting a car is October, and the least popular is September.
Orlando Car Rental Popularity by Monthly Searches
122%
January
90%
February
99%
March
85%
April
77%
May
97%
June
115%
July
91%
August
60%
September
180%
October
91%
November
95%
December

Our Customers Reviews

April 29, 2019
You can save a lot of $ by renting a car off-site, however it will take a LOT longer. Bring quarters for the toll booths. Know ahead of time what the insurance requirements are for getting a rental- come prepared with your paperwork.
April 26, 2019
Daytona was amazing. Beech is the place to be and the strip is fun to drive. We were lucky to be in Daytona for jeep week. Was a wonderful time.
April 24, 2019
Orlando feels like a giant tourist trap! We were only in Orlando to fly in and out - stayed in a B&B in Sorrento. The visit to the Kennedy Space Center was amazing - too much to see in a single day. Don Garlits museum in Ocala was also very interesting.
April 16, 2019
There are toll roads all over the area. I recommend having quarters and dollar bills on the ready. An easy pass is offered for an additional fee per day, but unless you plan on traveling beyond Orlando, it is not necessary.
March 12, 2019
If you are looking to get out of Orlando a bit during your trip, you need a vehicle.
March 9, 2019
Orlando was a great destination for golf , Which was our intent.
March 8, 2019
Great destination for family vacation
March 8, 2019
Good place to visit in the off season.
March 7, 2019
Plenty of car rentals in Orlando. I work out of state and occasionally rent a car to visit my family. So much to do in Orlando and the surrounding areas.
March 7, 2019
Be aware of toll roads and prepare for lots of traffic
March 4, 2019
Ask about upgrading to a gps unit to avoid toll costs.
March 1, 2019
With in Orlando you may not need a car, but I was driving to Vero Beach. Once I got there I barely used it, but renting the car was cheaper then hiring a driver to get to and from the airport.
March 1, 2019
The car was in very good conditions and it was what we expected for our trip. Nissan Rogue.
February 27, 2019
You'll need a car to visit anything interesting. You DON'T need toll coverage, despite what some unscrupulous salesmen tell you - decline it and pay cash.
February 26, 2019
Very convenient to many locations.
February 25, 2019
I believe that having a car in Orlando is imperative to get around to freely to the places you want to visit. Some places offer shuttles between parks and residence. However, there is more to Orlando than just the theme parks.
February 25, 2019
Check out downtown Orlando lively place on the weekends.
February 24, 2019
I went fishing in Lake Marian, catching some nice crappie and I went to the beach, which was very nice.
February 19, 2019
Since we were staying in Kissimmee, we needed a car to get around. Also, highly recommend paying for your tolls ahead of time if you plan to drive around the area. There are toll roads everywhere!
February 17, 2019
driving in or around Orlando for the first time can be quite a challenge you will see some scary driving so be prepaird .do your best to plan your route.the road system is very good but very busy around Orlando.cars will pass you on either side while you are driving so if you are going to exit left or right do your best to get to your exit lane and stay there before you exit.the drive down to Miami is a total experience the last 40 miles is something else so buckle up and hold your nerve. p s. best of luck
February 15, 2019
Great trip, lots to see and do, can't beat the weather in February.
February 14, 2019
Great place,easy to drive just take it easy
February 8, 2019
You can’t really get about without a car.
January 31, 2019
very nice city but too many toll roads
January 30, 2019
Great time to travel in January - great rates on hotels and rental cars.
January 26, 2019
Orlando is fine but the traffic is terrible and construction is everywhere. Leave extra time to get around.
January 24, 2019
If you stay at a park or at a hotel that provides a shuttle, a car may not be necessary in Orlando, but if you plan to venture out, you'll need one because public transit is non existent.
January 20, 2019
Use Google maps to avoid toll roads on your visit and save the $12 per day unlimited toll acess device
January 19, 2019
A car is essential for getting anywhere
January 18, 2019
You need a car there if you want to be able to comfortably go to all theme parks, beaches, Kennedy Space Centre, etc.
January 10, 2019
Titusville was a cute town and we had a very enjoyable stay there. Cocoa beach was fun as well.
December 25, 2018
Orlando is very large/spread out area. If you plan to go to any of the attractions you will very likely need a car unless you're staying directly on-property.
December 24, 2018
Orlando is super sprawling. Having a nice car is essential. Enjoy!
December 23, 2018
Fair amount of toll roads so watch the rental policy on that. Otherwise easy to drive around
December 3, 2018
Orlando is a place where you pretty much have to rent a car unless you are at an resort all week and they have a shuttle.
November 13, 2018
Orlando is cool but make sure to get a fare package otherwise they'll bill you a $50 per toll service charge. Also there are hardly any sidewalks near the resorts so cars come in handy
November 8, 2018
Disney springs has free surface parking this is definitely a pro to renting a car.
November 6, 2018
Unless you are planting yourself at one of the resort parks, you WILL need a vehicle to get around.
November 2, 2018
Orlando is beautiful. I liked it so well, that I am planning a conference there in January. Orlando is very tourist friendly
November 1, 2018
Most resorts will provide buses to the parks, but you are restricted somewhat as you cannot see places further afield. We drove to Daytona and then back via blue springs state park (beautiful!), this wouldn’t have been possible without a car. That being said, if you are there purely for Disney then I wouldn’t hire a car.
October 30, 2018
Make sure to get cash out of the ATM before leaving the airport in Orlando. Each exit road from the airport is a toll road.
October 22, 2018
Do not get the 'toll road package'. Use your phone for directions around the toll roads. Rent a car at the airport.
October 20, 2018
Orlando and Daytona were fantastic, but you definitely need a car to get around. Their public transportation doesn’t seem overly reliable.
October 19, 2018
I loved the city, but our real destination was Cocoa Beach. We had a blast, the ocean is warm, there is plenty to do and a great place to visit.
October 13, 2018
Ocala was awesome. The lake tour in Winter Park was cool. We liked Cocoa Beach. There were lots of fun things to do.
October 3, 2018
A lot of hotels have shuttles to attractions in the area but you have to go to very specific locations at the parks to get them. Having a car is a great way to see all the sights, save money on food, and not spend a ton of time waiting on shuttles.
September 27, 2018
DisneyWorld & Universal are other wordly!! Truly worth the trip. The beaches on the Atlantic are incredible, and overall Orlando is a fun place.
September 27, 2018
Having the freedom of a car in Orlando is the best way to get around. It sure beats being at the mercy of a shuttle's schedule when you plan on going to the theme parks (especially if you're not staying in the parks themselves).
September 27, 2018
We were staying in Davenport at the Omni Resort so the traffic was heavy leaving the pickup location about 5pm. I would try before 3pm if possible to avoid the traffic jam.
September 16, 2018
great experience, just no very early flight if returning the car
September 11, 2018
Still cant believe what little i paid in respects to the car I was given. Absolutely best deal I've seen yet.
September 9, 2018
Airport is conveniently located with service to many destinations, downtown Orlando is pleasant
September 5, 2018
Absolutely beautiful. The weather is really nice and everywhere you, There is something new to see or to do. Had a great time. Also the beach is not too far away.
September 1, 2018
Orlando is a great place to go for a holiday. There is so much to see and do, the people are friendly, and the climate is lovely (barring occasional extremes of humidity and rainfall!). Getting around by car is easy, once you get the hang of it and come to terms with things like 'turning right against a red light' and freeway tolls, for which you should make sure you always have a good supply of quarters.
August 31, 2018
I would rent a car in Orlando because it gives the freedom to come and go. Driving in the states is easy very well signposted and clear to follow. Do not pay extra for the sunpass just make sure you go to the cash only lanes at tolls which are not as many as car companys advertise
August 29, 2018
I will defiantly rent from this company again! The staff was very professional and pick up and drop off at airport was fast and easy. Loved renting a Jeep Wrangler and was perfect for the beach! Can't beat the price too!
August 19, 2018
Orlando is lovely and using the GPS I got around quite easily. I travelled to ft Lauderdale in the south ad as far as Madison County in the north and it was a very good time traveling all over the state of Florida
August 17, 2018
As a first time visitor to Florida, I thought walking or catching the uber was going to be efficient. I'm glad I rented a car instead. It was hot and humid and destinations were alot further than I imagined. I also got to drive to the beach which made the entire trip, worth it!
August 9, 2018
Having a car makes it easier to get around.
August 8, 2018
I love Orlando! Wonderful place for business and family! Have stayed in many different places and easy to get around.
August 1, 2018
I enjoyed my vacation like I always do in Orlando.
July 26, 2018
Too many tolls on the highways but a beautiful state.
July 12, 2018
orlando is wonderful; airport is great - easy to find rental car facilities
July 11, 2018
Please make sure you get all the information about tolls before purchasing toll pass or toll by plate.
July 10, 2018
You need a car to get around especially if you’re planning to do a lot of shopping and eating. Wanted to get off a International Drive so the car was a must.
July 8, 2018
We have been going to Orlando for the parks for years. We had an amazing time as always. We went just my wife and I, and for more of an adult trip we recommend Epcot center and Universal studios... More adult themed, they serve alcoholic beverages at both parks, and have a perfect blend of up-to-date fun as well as the nostalgic attractions we grew up with.
July 7, 2018
Traffic is a mess in Orlando. The biggest publicly funded road project in the USA is currently in Orlando with the work at I-4. Sometimes it took me the double travel time to go from A to B than usual.
June 29, 2018
Florida state has ALOT of tolls. So make sure you either get a car rental company that has a good coverage of all the tolls in Florida or be prepared to pay fines for not being able to pay at each toll as not all of them accept cash!
June 25, 2018
The city of Orlando was nice and renting a car is helpful but I would not rent from green motion

Top 19 Suppliers for Orlando in 2019

Routes Car & Truck Rentals
Routes Car & Truck Rentals
Exceptional 9.5
001 407 237 9411
7276 Narcoossee Rd, Orlando, FL 32822
National
National
Exceptional 9.2
001 8 772 229 058
9801 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819
NuCarrentals
NuCarrentals
Exceptional 9.1
001 407 240 2700
3719 Mccoy Road, Orlando
SIXT
SIXT
Excellent 8.9
+1-4079568525
12205 S Apopka Vineland Rd
Alamo
Alamo
Excellent 8.8
4072693048
9801 INTERNATIONAL DR,
Dollar
Dollar
Excellent 8.5
001 866 434 2226
9201 Airport Blvd, Orlando, FL 32827, USA
FOX
FOX
Excellent 8.5
001 407 930 9520
5757 S Semoran Blvd, Orlando.
Advantage
Advantage
Excellent 8.5
001 800 777 5500
1 Airport Boulevard Suite A, Orlando, FL 32827
Alamo
Alamo
Excellent 8.5
001 844 370 3164
1 Jeff Fuqua Blvd, Orlando, FL 32827
Dollar
Dollar
Excellent 8.5
001 8 664 342 226
9201 Airport Blvd
Thrifty
Thrifty
Excellent 8.5
001 8 772 830 898
9302 Airport Boulevard
NuCarrentals
NuCarrentals
Excellent 8
407 4651133
12799 APOPKA VINELAND RD
GreenMotion
GreenMotion
Very good 7.7
001 8 885 014 806
7640 Narcoossee Rd, Orlando
Ace Rent a car
Ace Rent a car
Very good 7.3
407-469-5306
5757 S Semoran Blvd
Europcar
Europcar
Very good 7.2
001 4 072 031 204 / 001 8 007 775 500
1 Airport Boulevard Suite A, Orlando, FL 32827
GreenMotion
GreenMotion
Good 6.7
001 888 501 4806
7640 Narcoossee Rd, Orlando
Economy rent a car
Economy rent a car
Good 6.5
001 786 975 2222
8501 Parkline Blvd
RightCars
RightCars
Good 6.2
Easirent
Easirent
Acceptable 5.2
+1 407 549 1020
8201 Collinswood Drive

Why choose us?

  • Exclusive rates from a wide range of suppliers

    Providing rental offers for over 2,000,000 cars in 150+ countries, we can find you a great car in the right location for the best price
  • High level of satisfaction

    Great Trustpilot review score – 9 – based on feedback from thousands of our customers
  • Personalized assistance during the reservation process

    24/7 customer support in 12 languages via your preferred channel — chat, phone, email
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