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Phone: 1888-463-8946

A Car Rental in Georgetown is All You Need For a Great Holiday

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Georgetown was named after Canadian businessman George Kennedy who lived in the Halton Hills community in 1821.  This place can be found on Credit River thus making it part of Greater Toronto. The area grew as more sections were added to Georgetown.

Another subdivision was developed in 1962 and it was called Moore Park. The most recent section that was added was Georgetown South, which was developed by Canada Homes and Fernbrook Homes in 1989.

Why book a car rental with VroomVroomVroom?

  1. Instead of calling up car rental companies or browsing through different websites just to inquire about the available vehicles and rates, you can now find everything you need at VroomVroomVroom. We have selected the best car hire deals from the country's leading suppliers. This will surely save you a lot of time and money as well. Why?
  2. Book with confidence knowing that you will find the best rates. Read our Price Promise page to learn more. 
  3. We don't charge any booking and modification fees! You can also cancel for free as long as you do it 48 hours prior to pickup.
  4. Our highly-experienced customer care experts are always willing to assist your car rental needs. Contact us via email, chat or landline.

Driving tips in Georgetown 

The closest airports in Georgetown are the Toronto Pearson International Airport and Brampton Airport. There are also no local buses in the area, but you can take the bus and rail services from Georgetown GO Station. That's why we highly recommend renting a car either from the airport or in designated depots in Georgetown.

If you want to check the oldest sections in the community, then head to Church Street and Main Street. After the railway was established, new sections around the streets of King and Queen were added. In the 1950s, the third section was added and it was named Delrex subdivision, or also known as Georgetown East.