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Cheapest Car Rental Rates

Christchurch Airport Car Rental
Economy
Mazda Demio or similar
Mazda Demio
  • 5
  • 1
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Hitch Car Rentals
$11.18 / per day
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Christchurch Airport Car Rental
Compact
Toyota Yaris Sedan or similar
Toyota Yaris Sedan
  • 5
  • 2
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Auto.
yesaway
$12.06 / per day
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Christchurch Airport Car Rental
Intermediate
Toyota Corolla or similar
Toyota Corolla
  • 5
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
yesaway
$13.10 / per day
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Christchurch Airport Car Rental
Intermediate
Subaru Impreza or similar
Subaru Impreza
  • 5
  • 3
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Auto.
yesaway
$13.37 / per day
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Most Popular Car Rental Deals

Christchurch Airport Car Rental
Intermediate
Toyota RAV4 or similar
Toyota RAV4
  • 5x
  • 3x
  • 5x
  • A/C
  • Auto.
yesaway
$17.30 / per day
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Christchurch Airport Car Rental
Minivan
Toyota Estima or similar
Toyota Estima
  • 8x
  • 4x
  • 4x
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Hitch Car Rentals
$19.69 / per day
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Christchurch Airport Car Rental
Economy
Toyota Vitz or similar
Toyota Vitz
  • 5x
  • 2x
  • 5x
  • A/C
  • Auto.
yesaway
$20.97 / per day
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Christchurch Airport Car Rental
Economy
Nissan Tiida or similar
Nissan Tiida
  • 5x
  • 2x
  • 4x
  • A/C
  • Auto.
yesaway
$20.97 / per day
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The above prices are only approximate and were last updated at 08:08 on 2020-03-28. Prices may vary based on the booking dates, length of rental, and car class.
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    Travel Information

    Language
    English
    Currency
    NZD
    Country code
    64
    Average car rental length
    4 days
    Economy car rental price
    $52.62 / per day
    Traffic direction
    Left-hand
    Speed limit out of town
    80 - 100 km/h
    50 - 62 mi/h
    Speed limit within town
    30 - 60 km/h
    19 - 37 mi/h
    Acceptable limit of BAC
    0.05%
    Rating
    9.3

    Why rent a car in {{location}}?

    Christchurch is the largest city on the South Island of New Zealand. While the city is a great travel destination in itself, most will come for the natural scenery all across the South Island. Christchurch can serve as a great base from which to make day trips to the surrounding area. However, most travelers planning to spend a week or more will find Christchurch to be the perfect starting and ending point for a road trip around the island.  

    Christchurch Car Rental

    One-Way Car Rentals in Christchurch

    The most popular one-way rental options for pick up in Christchurch and drop off in another city include:

    • From Christchurch to Auckland - 95 offers from 18.65 USD per day
    • From Christchurch to Queenstown - 36 offers from 24.59 USD per day
    • From Christchurch to Picton - 10 offers from 90.46 USD per day
    • From Christchurch to Nelson - 10 offers from 90.46 USD per day
    • From Christchurch to Dunedin - 10 offers from 90.46 USD per day

    Top ways to enter {{location}}

    Most travelers will arrive via the Christchurch International Airport from one of the many international and domestic destinations it hosts flights from. New Zealand’s major rental car providers have desks located in the International Arrivals hall. Smaller providers have locations around the city and offer airport shuttle services. The pick-up point for the shuttle services can be found outside of the Regional Lounge. 

    Some travelers will arrive by train at the Christchurch Railway Station. The two trains that arrive and depart from the station are the TranzAlpine from Greymouth and the Coastal Pacific from Picton, which may be useful for those arriving by ferry from Wellington. The TranzAlpine is often taken by tourists due to the scenery it transits through, including sections that are not reachable by road. The station has limited facilities. While no rental car providers are located at the station, they can be found in the nearby city center and may be able to arrange delivery of your car at the station. 

    Useful city facts

    Christchurch enjoys mild weather year-round; temperatures are rarely hot in the summer and rarely significantly cold in the winter. Of course, since Christchurch is located in the Southern Hemisphere, Summer lasts from November to March and winter from May to September. The city sees moderate precipitation throughout the year. The climate of other areas on the South Island may differ. In general, the further north a location is, the warmer it is. The western side of the island sees significantly more rainfall than the east side due to the mountains that divide the island in half. As is the case everywhere, the weather at high altitudes in the mountains can be unpredictable, so be sure to be prepared before setting out for hikes. 

    Christchurch was inhabited by the Maori long before Europeans arrived. Christchurch is the oldest official city in New Zealand, having received its Royal Charter in 1856. Historically, the area's economy relied primarily on agriculture. The city experienced multiple earthquakes between 2010 and 2012 damaging many of the city’s buildings and killing 185 people. It has since persevered and rebuilt itself. 

    Christchurch is one of five cities that are gateways to the Antarctic. All sorts of research expeditions depart from its airport. Not far from the passenger terminals, the International Antarctic Center is the only specialized Antarctic exhibition in the world and therefore a great educational opportunity for visitors. 

    • Cardboard Cathedral - The Christchurch Cathedral, the most renowned symbol of the city,  was severely damaged by the earthquakes of 2011. It has since been partially demolished, though a plan is in place to rebuild it over the next decade. As a temporary replacement, the Cardboard Cathedral was built and has since become a new symbol of the endurance of the city. It is supported by 90 cardboard tubes (thus the name). 
    • Summit Road - The Summit Road travels along the crest of hills that separate the city and Lyttelton Harbour.  The road offers great views of the city, harbour, bay, and mountains in the distance. Unfortunately, part of the road is currently closed due fallen rocks from the 2011 earthquake. However, other parts are open and it is possible to walk or cycle on the closed section. Nearby Sumner Road is another great drive and was recently reopened.  
    • Festivals - Christchurch has many festivals throughout the year. The largest is the Summertimes programme that is filled with free events all summer long, including musical, art, and cultural events. Other festivals include, the World Buskers Festival, the Christchurch Garden Festival, Kidsfest and Carnival Week.  
    • Punting on the Avon - You might be wondering what punting is. Punts are flat-bottomed boats propelled by a person standing at the back and using a long pull to push off of the river bed. Therefore, punting means being on a boat on a river (a shallow one). In Christchurch, you can ride along the Avon River in either shared or private boats driven by a punter in traditional Edwardian attire. 
    • Christchurch Gondola - Gondolas, or cable cars, take travelers to the top of the Port Hills. An exhibit about the history of the region awaits riders at the summit in addition to the amazing views of the city and harbour. The Gondola is open year-round, weather permitting. 
    • Christchurch Art Gallery - This art gallery hosts one of the largest collections of art in New Zealand. The collections contain a wide range of genres and time periods. There are also free guided tours available twice a day. The Gallery conveniently has an underground parking garage that costs $1 per half hour. 

    Traffic and parking tips

    Driving takes place on the left-hand side of the road in New Zealand. It doesn’t seem like it would ever be forgotten, but there have been many cases of tourists driving on the wrong side of the road. 

    As with any large city, traffic congestion is a problem in Christchurch, particularly given the spread out nature of the city 

    It is prohibited in most cases to travel on unsealed roads, offroad, and above the snow line. 

    The city center has multiple parking zones. Parking in metered spots is unlimited when it comes to time, though it is more expensive for longer stays. Parking can be paid for either by a text-to-park system  or with the car’s license plate number at a machine. The parking meter machines accept coins and credit cars. The city center also has various car parks, some managed by the city. Some hotels in the Central Business District may charge for parking, others, particularly outside of the center do not.  

    The New Zealand Transport Agency has a map with current traffic conditions and road closures.

    Toll roads

    All of the toll roads in New Zealand are in the northern part of the North Island. They all serve as short bypasses of congested areas. The tolls are therefore quite low. The toll roads use a license plate capturing system with no physical booths. Payment can be made either by having a setup account, by paying online before or within five days of using a toll road, or with cash in some BP and Caltex petrol stations (though a small fee will be added). 

    Many rental companies offer some system, with a fee, to pass on toll payments to you without you having to do anything. Of course, it may be better just to pay the toll yourself and save on paying that fee. The toll roads can all be avoided quite easily by avoiding the bypass roads and transiting through the towns (in addition to being able to see more). 

    Ideas for a day-trip

    • Hanmer Springs - Taking less than two hours to drive to from Christchurch, Hanmer Springs is a small spa resort built around hot springs (surprise! They are name Hanmer Springs). A perfect day trip would be to lounge in the hot pools. Some are very sulphuric with a strong smell while others a filtered. The typical outdoor activities can be found in the surrounding area, including hiking, mountain biking, and skiing in winter.
    • Akaroa - South of Christchurch, and surprisingly further than it would seem on a map due to the winding mountain road leading to it, Akaroa is a small town on the Banks Peninsula. It has the distinction of being the only town founded by the French. Make the trip further down to Flea Bay for the Pohatu Marine Reserve. Swimming with dolphins is also popular in the area surrounding Akaroa.
    • Waipara - With a name that translates to Muddy Water, Waipara is a small town 60 kilometers north of Christchurch. The town and its surrounding area is known for its wine production. Having the highest summer temperatures and the least amount of rainfall of all the wine growing regions in the country, Waipara is considered to produce the finest Pinot Noir and Riesling grapes. Along with the vineyards and their associated tasting room, the town also has an impressive food scene. 
    • Weka Pass Railway - Transiting over the former Waiau Branch Railway between Waikari and Waipara, the Weka Pass Railway is not to be missed if you’re a railway fan. Owned by its members and operated by volunteers, the railway is a great throwback to the days when rail travel was more prevalent. Of particular note is the railways steam locomotive. Be sure to book your tickets online in advance to be sure you are able to get a seat.  
    • Kaikoura - Meaning “eat crayfish” in the Maori language, Kaikoura is unsurprisingly renowned for its seafood. Just 181km (112 miles) north of Christchurch, the city has the aura of a touristy beach town. In addition to watching the whales as they migrated depending on the season, visitors can also see dolphins, seals, and albatrosses. The city is surrounded by mountains, some going straight into the sea, making for enjoyable scenery for visitors. 

    Most popular rental types and cars

    The most popular class of rental car in New Zealand is the compact, of which the Nissan Tiida is an example. Given the proclivity for road trips that New Zealand gives travelers, full-size cars are the next most popular. The Toyota RAV4 SUV is the most popular full-size rental. Finally, the economy car, perfect for a couple’s road trip, is also popular. The Fiat Punto is a good example of this class of car. 

    Further destinations

    While it may be possible in summer, depending on your rental supplier, to take your rental vehicle on a ferry between the North and South Islands, it would be more budget-friendly to book another rental car for the North Island which could be picked up in Wellington.

    • Wellington - It takes around 5 hours to drive from Christchurch to Picton, where a ferry can be taken to the country's capital, though only the time-constrained should even think of making the drive straight and miss the many sites and experience in between. With a picturesque harbor, history, fine dining, and a craft beer tradition, Wellington is not to be missed when traveling to New Zealand. The city also serves as the departing point of ferries to the South Island of the country with its incredible nature and mountains. 
    • Fiordland - Located on the southwestern corner of the island, Fiordland is a large area full of, you guessed it, fjords. Most of the area is encompassed by the Fiordland National Park, the largest in New Zealand.  The most accessible part of the park is the section between Te Anau and Milford Sound, the latter of which is a great place to enjoy on a boat tour or cruise. 
    • Mount Aspiring National Park - Just north of Fiordland, Mount Aspiring National Park can not be missed by outdoor enthusiasts, especially mountaineers. The park sits on the southern end of the Southern Alps and has an extensive remote wilderness. It also has high mountains, the highest among them being Mount Aspiring at over 3,000 meters. Visitors might also recognize a portion of the park from the Lord of the Rings movie trilogy as Dan’s Paddock was the filming location for Isengard. The Rees-Dart Track brings walkers through that area. Lake Wanaka nearby is also worth adding to your route.
    • Mount Cook National Park - Home to the highest mountain in New Zealand, Mt Cook, this national park mostly consists of high alpine terrain. A town of the same name sits just outside of the park and serves as a center for tourist activities and a base camp for climbers. While no permits are needed to climb Mt. Cook, fees are required to overnight in the huts. Do not let the mountain’s height fool you, the routes to the summit are very technical, requiring both rock climbing and glacial climbing experience. If you do not have the proper skills, guides and lessons are available along with mountains that provide an easier introduction.
    • Glacier Country - Centered around Westland National Park, State Highway 6 brinds travelers through the heart of the area. Of the many glaciers, the Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers are the most famous. The Franz Josef Glacier is perhaps the most accessible glacier in the world and thus sees a large of amount of tourists every year. The Fox Glacier is not as impressive but also less crowded. Guided tours are available, but it is also permitted to walk to the glaciers on your own. Ice axes and crampons are required to actually walk on the glaciers.  
    • Kahurangi National Park - New Zealand’s second largest national park, Kahurangi is located in the Northwest corner of the South Island. Parts of the park are wilderness while other parts have a network of trails on which hikers visit high plateaus, scenic rivers, and coastal forests. The park is the most tropical park in the country. 
    • Stewart Island - The southernmost island of New Zealand, Stewart Island is a nature lovers paradise. The island, while much smaller than the North and South Islands, has 700km of coastline. Ferries to the island depart from Bluff, near Invercargill. Since there are very few roads on the island anyway, one shouldn’t worry whether cars are allowed on the ferry or not.Outside of the town of Oban, where most of the small population live, the best way to get around is by walking on one of the numerous paths, particulary in the Rakiura National Park that makes up 80% of the island. 

    Car Rental Prices in Christchurch

    • Large cars - from $69 per day
    • Medium cars - from $60 per day
    • People Carriers/Vans - from $180 per day
    • Small cars - from $75 per day
    • SUVs - from $85 per day

    Top 13 Cities near Christchurch

    1. Auckland Car Rentals from $9.14 per day
      745.1 km / 463.0 miles away
    2. Queenstown Car Rentals from $12.41 per day
      347.1 km / 215.7 miles away
    3. Wellington Car Rentals from $13.77 per day
      303.9 km / 188.9 miles away
    4. Dunedin Car Rentals from $15.78 per day
      328.0 km / 203.8 miles away
    5. Nelson Car Rentals from $410.29 per day
      249.6 km / 155.1 miles away
    6. Tauranga Car Rentals from $38.84 per day
      716.6 km / 445.3 miles away
    7. Napier Car Rentals from $15.88 per day
      574.6 km / 357.0 miles away
    8. Blenheim Car Rentals from $15.88 per day
      245.0 km / 152.2 miles away
    9. Invercargill Car Rentals from $17.82 per day
      464.7 km / 288.8 miles away
    10. Whangarei Car Rentals from $37.62 per day
      872.4 km / 542.1 miles away
    11. Rotorua Car Rentals from $15.88 per day
      677.1 km / 420.7 miles away
    12. New Plymouth Car Rentals from $17.82 per day
      516.4 km / 320.8 miles away
    13. Palmerston North Car Rentals from $15.88 per day
      434.4 km / 270.0 miles away

    Top 15 Locations near Christchurch

    1. Blenheim Airport Car Rentals from $15.88 per day
      245.0 km / 152.2 miles away
    2. Nelson Airport Car Rentals from $410.29 per day
      249.6 km / 155.1 miles away
    3. 303.9 km / 188.9 miles away
    4. Dunedin Airport Car Rentals from $15.78 per day
      328.0 km / 203.8 miles away
    5. 347.1 km / 215.7 miles away
    6. 434.4 km / 270.0 miles away
    7. 464.7 km / 288.8 miles away
    8. 516.4 km / 320.8 miles away
    9. Napier Airport Car Rentals from $15.88 per day
      574.6 km / 357.0 miles away
    10. Rotorua Airport Car Rentals from $15.88 per day
      677.1 km / 420.7 miles away
    11. Tauranga Airport Car Rentals from $38.84 per day
      716.6 km / 445.3 miles away
    12. 745.1 km / 463.0 miles away
    13. 872.4 km / 542.1 miles away

    Map of Car Rental Locations

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

    Car rental prices in Christchurch 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 Christchurch
    $34.01
    January
    $36.71
    February
    $27.06
    March
    $28.99
    April
    $31.22
    May
    $28.01
    June
    $27.62
    July
    $26.54
    August
    $57.28
    September
    $52.03
    October
    $31.76
    November
    $54.81
    December
    The best month to rent a car in Christchurch is August (when prices for an Economy class start from $26.54). This is 27% cheaper than the yearly average and 54% cheaper than renting in September (when rental prices start at $57.28 for a Compact class). Knowing this can help you find the best price.

    What’s the usual rental length in Christchurch?

    Travel lengths vary from month to month: in June, travelers rent a car for an average of 13 days in October, the average rental period is 3 days.
    Average Rental Length in Christchurch
    10
    January
    9
    February
    9
    March
    10
    April
    10
    May
    13
    June
    12
    July
    12
    August
    4
    September
    3
    October
    12
    November
    8
    December

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

    While travelers visit Christchurch year-round, the most popular month for renting a car is February, and the least popular is September.
    Popularity of Car Rental in Christchurch by Monthly Searches
    151%
    January
    423%
    February
    336%
    March
    27%
    April
    27%
    May
    23%
    June
    31%
    July
    36%
    August
    September
    October
    100%
    November
    46%
    December

    Most Popular Car Models of Rental Suppliers

    Rental Agency Model Doors Luggage Type
    Hitch Car Rentals Mazda Demio 4 1 Small cars
    Hitch Car Rentals Mitsubishi Outlander 5 4 SUVs
    yesaway Toyota Yaris 4 2 Medium cars
    Hitch Car Rentals Toyota RAV4 5 2 SUVs
    Hitch Car Rentals Toyota Estima 4 4 People Carriers/Vans
    yesaway Toyota RAV4 5 2 SUVs
    yesaway Toyota Corolla 4 3 Large cars
    Hitch Car Rentals Toyota Corolla 4 2 Large cars
    Hitch Car Rentals Toyota Prius 5 1 Medium cars
    Hitch Car Rentals Nissan Tiida 2009 4 1 Medium cars

    Our Customers Reviews

    United Kingdom
    Mazda Demio
    March 8, 2020
    The rental car parks are near the airport but the city is quite large so it takes about half an biurcto transfer between the city and the airport.
    New Zealand
    Nissan March
    March 5, 2020
    Christchurch is beautiful
    United Kingdom
    Toyota Corolla
    March 2, 2020
    Visit Akoroa, take the tram and visit Riverside market.
    New Zealand
    Mazda Demio
    February 19, 2020
    Drive around, there are gems to be found.
    United Kingdom
    MG3 Hatchback
    January 20, 2020
    Go rentals in Christchurch were very efficient and friendly.
    Australia
    Toyota Yaris
    November 4, 2019
    A great city to touch down in when determining where you will go in the South Island based on the weather.
    Australia
    Toyota Corolla Sedan
    October 5, 2019
    We were visiting family and friends around Christchurch -perfect for us!
    New Zealand
    Toyota Corolla 5d
    August 4, 2019
    Have a good GPS as Christchurch is full of oneway streets and alot of the street layouts have been changed since the earthquake. Tram is also a great way to see the city and learn some history.
    New Zealand
    Fiat Punto
    July 31, 2019
    Awesome cit
    United States of America (USA)
    Toyota Yaris
    May 15, 2019
    I wasn't in Christchurch very long but it's a nice town. A lot of construction going on to rebuild after the 2010/2011 earthquakes and the new architecture is very nice. The rest of my visit was spent driving around the south island, which is amazing!
    New Zealand
    Toyota Yaris
    May 1, 2019
    Christchurch is so close to some amazing spots you can drive to much more easily than you can get there via public transport, like the Port Hills and some of the markets around the area.
    United Kingdom
    Nissan Wingroad
    March 17, 2019
    Amazing scenery and views. We travelled around most of the island in two plus weeks and the variation of scenes was incredible. Highlights for us were Invercargill; The Royal Albatross centre; West Coast highway driving south: visiting places around Christchurch as well as parts of the city. Allow extra time to those found on the govt www as there are many places where road works are slowing the traffic down, and then frequent stopping en route to take in the views & visit places of interest etc.
    Australia
    Toyota Corolla
    February 6, 2019
    Accommodation is expensive so would evaluate camper van style transport in the future. NZ is very amenable to low-cost travel, and many 'rest areas' set up for camper van stopovers.
    Australia
    Fiat Punto
    January 11, 2019
    Overall value for money.
    United Kingdom
    BMW X3
    January 9, 2019
    Well worth a visit. Peaceful, clean. Still looks a little sad after the 2010 earthquake.
    Australia
    Toyota RAV4
    January 2, 2019
    Christchurch is very good destination
    New Zealand
    Toyota Yaris 2010
    January 1, 2019
    I hadn't driven in Christchurch for a long time and there's now a lot more 'one way' roads to be aware of. Take your time and observe the road rules, don't drive too fast - work on having a 'safe journey' enjoy! I must say, that driving to Christchurch from Geraldine was a very good run and I was impressed by the number of 'passing lanes' - wait and use those, rather than trying to overtake other cars. It's worth it. I must add that the Vitz was a neat little car to drive and handled well.
    New Zealand
    Toyota RAV4
    December 31, 2018
    Christchurch and locations nearby have beautiful scenery. Alps range are worth to cross from east to west. Reliable cars help you make your journey wonderful.
    United Kingdom
    Daihatsu Sirion 2006
    December 23, 2018
    It’s very useful to rent a car for travelling around the city and travelling further afield. If you have a day to spare and don’t mind a few hours drive Hokitika Gorge is a must see. One of the most beautiful sites I’ve ever been to.
    Canada
    Nissan Note
    December 21, 2018
    Car was a really good deal for a 7 day rental with unlimited kms
    Australia
    Toyota Vitz
    December 10, 2018
    Hanmer Springs was amazing
    Singapore
    Nissan Wingroad
    November 13, 2018
    Nice place nice people
    New Zealand
    Nissan Tiida 2009
    September 29, 2018
    Love how Christchurch is always evolving.
    United Kingdom
    Toyota Estima 2001
    September 15, 2018
    Christchurch and the Westcoast are not too busy compared to other parts of the world. Take your time and be polite on NZ roads. Be aware of driving on the left. Indicate in plenty of time. Observe the one land bridge signs. Remember the light does not turn orange before green like in the UK so be ready to go on green.

    Top 15 Suppliers for Christchurch in 2020

    Interrent
    Interrent
    Exceptional 9.5
    +6402102787307
    73 Orchard Rd., Harewood Christchurch 8053 New Zealand
    Go Rentals
    Go Rentals
    Exceptional 9.2
    +6433584051
    155 Orchard Rd, Christchurch Airport, Christchurch 8051
    Enterprise
    Enterprise
    Excellent 8.8
    +6433586554
    20 RON GUTHREY RD,
    Europcar
    Europcar
    Excellent 8.6
    +2120539393273
    TANGIER-IBN BATOUTA AIRPORT
    Keddy
    Keddy
    Excellent 8.6
    +2120539393273
    TANGIER-IBN BATOUTA AIRPORT
    Economy rent a car
    Economy rent a car
    Excellent 8.5
    Avis
    Avis
    Excellent 8.5
    +212539393033
    Ibn Batouta Airport
    RightCars
    RightCars
    Excellent 8.4
    +6468880032
    28 Sheffield Cres Burnside, Burnside Christchurch 8053
    Alamo
    Alamo
    Excellent 8.4
    +6433586554
    20 RON GUTHREY RD,
    NuCarrentals
    NuCarrentals
    Very good 7.6
    +640800800317 / +640800800312
    189 Blenheim Rd, Riccarton, Christchurch 8041
    Ace Rent a car
    Ace Rent a car
    Very good 7.5
    6433603270 / 033603271
    20 Abros Place
    Goldcar
    Goldcar
    Very good 7.5
    +34965233425 / +6402102787307 / +64021643649
    Christchurch Airport 73 Orchard Rd., Christchurch Airport, 8053 Christchurch, New Zealand, New Zealand
    Rhodium
    Rhodium
    Very good 7.4
    +34965233425 / +6402102787307
    Wairakei Rd, Christchurch Airport, Christchurch 8053
    Goldcar
    Goldcar
    Very good 7.3
    +34965233425 / +6402102787307
    Wairakei Rd, Christchurch Airport, Christchurch 8053
    Surprice
    Surprice
    Very good 7
    +212665868704 / +212620366366
    Aéroport Tanger-Ibn Batouta, 90000, Tanger, Morocco

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