Canada is the northernmost nation in North America and stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific, and north into the Arctic Ocean. With its 10 provinces and 3 territories, Canada covers just shy of 10 million square kilometres, making it the 2nd biggest country in the world.
VroomVroomVroom provides you with cheap car rental comparison in over 400 cities and airports across Canada. Compare rates from our suppliers Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz and Thrifty, and make sure you find the best prices on a rental car. There is no better way to explore Canada!
Click on one of the provinces or territories below and you'll find a list of the many locations where we book. And remember, we're here to answer your questions and assist you when you need to find the Canada car rental that's perfect for you.
Our price comparison tool lets you easily compare the rates of rental cars and find the cheapest price in the USA. It is also recommended that you book two to three months in advance before your travel to save up on rental cars.
We can help you find the best car rentals near you. Simply use our search form above and specify the location you would like to pick up and drop off the car. Our easy-to-use comparison system will allow you to compare rates from major suppliers in Canada.
You must present a valid driver's licence, a credit card and an International Driving Permit (IDP) if your licence is not written in English. You may also be required to show your passport with 2 valid forms of identification and proof of travel plans.
You'll need a full driver’s licence that is currently valid in your home country to be able to rent a car in Canada. Note that photocopies of your licence, Learner's Permits, Provisional or Restricted licences are not accepted.
Yes, you'll need to present a major credit card to be able to rent a car in Canada. Acceptable credit cards are American Express, Visa and MasterCard.
You can add an additional driver at the rental counter by presenting their driver's license with the primary renter. Note that they need to be added to the rental agreement before they can drive the vehicle.
You'll need to be at least 21 years old or older. However, certain restrictions may apply depending on the rental location. In Saskatchewan and Quebec, drivers as young as 18 can rent cars with Avis, Dollar, Thrifty and Hertz, but are subject to a Young Renter Fee.
Often it is more expensive to rent a car at the airport than renting from an off-airport location due to supply and demand, airport taxes and concession fees.
Yes. Whether you're using your own personal insurance, third party insurance or your rental company's excess reduction products, it is important to know that you’re covered.