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Car Hire in Miami

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Cheapest Car Hire Rates

Miami Airport
Economy
Toyota Yaris or comparable
Toyota Yaris
  • 5
  • 2
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Easirent
£ 17.65 per day
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Miami Airport
Compact
Nissan Sentra or comparable
Nissan Sentra
  • 5
  • 3
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Easirent
£ 19.39 per day
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Miami Airport
Compact
Nissan Versa or comparable
Nissan Versa
  • 5
  • 3
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Optimo Rent
£ 20.71 per day
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Miami Airport
Intermediate
Nissan Sentra or comparable
Nissan Sentra
  • 5
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Optimo Rent
£ 21.34 per day
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Most Popular Car Hire Offers

City Centre
Compact
Kia Soul or comparable
Kia Soul
  • 5x
  • 2x
  • 4x
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Avis
£ 22.04 / per day
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Miami Airport
Full-size
Nissan Altima or comparable
Nissan Altima
  • 5x
  • 4x
  • 5x
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Easirent
£ 22.88 / per day
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Miami Airport
Intermediate
Toyota Corolla Sedan or comparable
Toyota Corolla Sedan
  • 5x
  • 2x
  • 4x
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Optimo Rent
£ 23.94 / per day
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Miami Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Miami Brickell
Economy
Kia Rio or comparable
Kia Rio
  • 5x
  • 1x
  • 4x
  • A/C
  • Auto.
SIXT
£ 24.04 / per day
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These prices are approximate and depend on the dates of the booking, hire length and type of car. This information was last updated at 06:54 on 2021-06-23.

Travel Information

Language
English
Currency
USD
Dialing code
1
Traffic direction
Right-hand
Speed limit out of city centre
72 - 120 km/h
45 - 75 mi/h
Speed limit within city centre
40 - 120 km/h
25 - 75 mi/h
Acceptable limit of BAC
0.05%

Why hire a car in Miami?

With more than 15 million tourists visiting the city every year, Miami is a pre-eminent travel destination in the United States. The primary reason for visiting the Miami area is its beaches, which are enjoyable year-round due to the warm weather. World-class shopping, a renowned nightlife scene, and a large population of Latin Americans also draw visitors from around the world. 

Due to the area’s sprawling nature, the fact that most locals travel by car, and the flexibility it gives, a large percentage of these tourists chose to get around via a hired car (and an even larger percentage of international travelers). While ride-sharing apps have become more popular with tourists and taxis are prevalent, many still choose to hire a vehicle due to the low prices of hired cars and the high prices of taxis and rideshares. It is particularly important for tourists wishing to venture out of the center of the urban area. 

COVID-19 Update: As of February 2021, all of the major attractions are open and operating at a limited capacity to ensure social distancing. All require face coverings. The State of Florida doesn’t require any self-isolation or test when entering from another state. Only US citizens and permanent residents are allowed to arrive from many international destinations including the UK and EU, while others must quarantine and provide negative COVID-19 tests. See the CDC’s page concerning travel during COVID-19 for more information. 

Miami

One-way Car Hire in Miami

The most popular one-way car hire options for pick up in Miami and drop off in another city include:

  • From Miami to Orlando - 49 offers from £ 36.18 per day
  • From Miami to Fort Lauderdale - 98 offers from £ 46.50 per day
  • From Miami to Miami Beach - 36 offers from £ 47.18 per day
  • From Miami to New York - 18 offers from £ 69.30 per day
  • From Miami to Sarasota - 15 offers from £ 47.18 per day

Top ways to enter Miami

Located just west of the city, Miami International Airport is a large hub for air traffic for North America, Latin America, and Europe. From all three terminals, you can take the free MIA Mover tram to the Car Rental Center, where rental desks from all suppliers are in one place.  

Located an hour drive north of Miami, Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport serves fewer international routes and hosts more low-cost carriers. Perhaps less crowded, the airport has a similar car hire center and is within a convenient drive of Miami, itself. However, some car hire agencies may be located off-airport, in which you will need to call them to have a shuttle bus sent. 

Travelers at the start or end of cruises to the Caribbean will arrive at either Port Miami or Port Everglades, either of which has the possibility for car pick-ups and drop-offs.

Miami is also easily accessible by road from Tampa, Cape Coral, Orlando, and other Florida cities by way of Interstates 75 and 95 and Florida’s Turnpike. It would not be a problem to bring a hired car from any of these cities to Miami and back, given that your given milage is sufficient. 

Useful city facts

Miami is home to the largest Latin American population outside of Latin America with 70% of the city’s population being of Hispanic descent. This means that visitors will find Spanish to be a dominant language. However, the overwhelming majority of residents speak English, even if it may not be their native or home-spoken language. 

Hurricane season starts in June and runs through November, with mid-August through September having the highest likelihood of one making landfall. In the unlikely event you are visiting while a hurricane is threatening the city, heed all local evacuation orders. 

Miami Beach, the popular beach known for its celebrity residents and fashionable clubs, is actually a separate city. Ever since the first resort hotel was built in the early twentieth century, Miami Beach has been a renowned beach resort destination. 

Top destinations and activities

  • Beaches, beaches, beaches - The primary reason for most travelers to visit Miami is to take in the sun on the area’s luscious beaches. From the see and be seen Miami Beach to the small beach town of Surfside, the Miami area has a beach for every type of traveler. Those with families shouldn’t miss Crandon Beach on Key Biscayne with its shallow and calm waters. 
  • Nightlife - Another thing Miami is notorious for, is its nightlife. From midnight to sunrise, Thursday through Sunday, Miami’s clubs’ DJs pump out the latest hip hop and house hits. Be prepared for the dress code if you want to go to the most fashionable nightclubs. If you want a more relaxing vibe, the luxury lounges and high-end hotel bars are also an opulent option. 
  • Food  -  With so many ethnicities from all over the world calling Miami home, one can’t be surprised that the city has a wealth of culinary options. Of particular note is the Floribbean style of cooking which blends not just Caribbean, but also other influences from elsewhere in Latin America. Miami is home to everything from Michelin-starred restaurants to delicious street food, encompassing almost any style and price-range a traveler could seek. 
  • Little Haiti - North of Downtown Miami lies the neighborhood dubbed Little Haiti after it became the predominant home of immigrants from Haiti in the 1980s. This neighborhood gives visitors a non-touristy and authentic experience of Haitian culture. 
  • Little Havana - Located just west of Downtown Miami, Little Havana received its name, unsurprisingly, from a wave of immigrants from Cuba arriving settling in the area starting the 1970s. Its main drag, Calle Ocho, offers authentic Latin American cuisine and shopping. While English is generally spoken by most of Miami’s population, in this neighborhood, you will find a higher proportion of residents speaking in Spanish. The neighborhood is best reached by car with many on-street parking spots available. 

Traffic and parking tips

The roads in the Miami area are generally in good condition. The streets are laid out on a grid, making them easy to navigate. As the primary mode of transportation for locals is the car, expect highways and main streets to be busy, particularly during rush hour. 

While the roads themselves may be in good condition, the occupants of the vehicles surrounding you may not. Drivers in Miami have a reputation for being rude and having road rage. In fact, in some years, Miami topped surveys with the rudest drivers in the country. It would serve visiting drivers well to remain alert and drive defensively. 

Parking in Miami may at times come at a premium. The city is currently in the midst of large-scale decision-making concerning the choice between the addition of new parking garages and lots and other uses for the land. The most difficult area, and therefore the most expensive, to find a parking spot is South Beach, where rates will likely be double that of elsewhere. While street parking, parking garages, and parking lots abound, valet parking is also very popular. If you use this service, be sure to tip the attendants. 

Toll roads

Florida’s Turnpike is the longest toll road in the Miami area, connecting Homestead south of Miami with Orlando and I-75  to the north. There are also express lanes on I-95 which are usable only with a SunPass transponder (avoid these lanes if your rental does not have one, otherwise you will be charged a $25 dollar fee along with other likely fees from the car supplier). Other area toll roads of note are the Airport and Dolphin Expressways, one of which you will probably travel to and from the airport with. 

Most of the toll roads in the Miami area do not have toll booths but instead rely on a cashless system. Payment in these cases takes place either by a SunPass transponder or toll-by-plate, a system that captures your license plate number and sends you an invoice in the mail. Unfortunately, Miami is unlike other locations and you are not able to register your rental vehicle and pay for the tolls online yourself. You, therefore, will be forced to pay for the tolls through your rental contract, whether the company provides a SunPass transponder or not. This will also incur a fee from the car provider. It depends on the provider whether this is fee is charged once, for every day that a toll is encountered, for every day after the first day that a toll is encountered, or for every day of the car hire period.

Once can best avoid these fees and the toll charges by avoiding the toll roads altogether. The best way to avoid toll roads is using Google Maps or another online map or GPS device with an option for avoiding toll roads. Of course, you should definitely seek to avoid rush hour traffic in this case. 

Ideas for a day-trip

  • Fort Lauderdale - Depending on traffic, it only takes 30 minutes to an hour to drive from Miami to Ft. Lauderdale. This city, similarly to F, offers beaches, resorts, and nightlife. A drive down the Strip or a stroll down Las Olas provides many entertainment, shopping, and dining opportunities for travelers. 
  • Biscayne National Park - Located south of Miami, the park’s visitor center of the Biscayne National Park is at Convoy Point. While most visit park that is mostly water with their own boat, there is plenty to see and do without renting one. The Biscayne National Park Institute offers numerous guided tours which include some equipment, such as stand-up boards or kayaks, while other equipment can be rented from the park store (e.g., snorkeling gear).
  • Everglades - The heart of the Everglades from a traveler’s point of view is Everglades National Park. Venture southeast from Miami to Homestead and then Ingraham highway to reach the park. Most of the park is only accessible via boat, but guided tours are available. The park also hosts various trains for hiking or cycling. There only lodging in the park comes in the form of campsites. Note that the park’s operations are heavily curtailed during South Florida’s wet season. 
  • Palm Beach - Located an hour or so north of Miami, the Palm Beach area has more gorgeous beaches. Visitors often flock to the city to see the houses, most of which are worth millions of dollars. The beaches here also make for a good location to watch rockets launched from Cape Canaveral. One should be careful not to park illegally on the city’s streets, as police often tow vehicles.
  • Jonathan Dickinson State Park - It takes less than two hours to drive to this unique state park from Miami. Teeming with wildlife, the park offers opportunities for hiking on various trails, paddling down the National Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River, camping, fishing, and more. 
  • The Bahamas -  Drive north to the port Ft. Lauderdale to catch a ferry to Freeport on the island of Grand Bahama. The ferry runs six days a week and is best booked ahead. With it taking just two and a half hours to make the journey, it is entirely possible to make an intercountry day trip. Enjoy a grand beach in the Bahamas. Please be aware of the visa requirements, if necessary, for your nationality and note that even for American citizens, a passport is necessary

Most popular hire types and cars

The most popular class of hired cars in Miami 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 Miami, is also family destination full-size cars, such as the Nissan Altima, are also popular. 

Further destinations

  • Tampa - Head down I-75 from Miami to reach the bay area of Tampa with the largest port in Florida. Here a trip to Busch Gardens may be in order. If theme parks aren’t your interest, then exploring the famous neighborhood of Ybor bordering downtown will keep you occupied both day and evening. 
  • Orlando - The theme park capital of the world, Orlando hosts over 70 million visitors every year. Just a few hours drive north of Miami along Florida’s Turnpike, here you can visit the world-famous Disney World, Universal Florida, and SeaWorld theme parks with your family. If, alternatively, you are adults traveling alone, you can have a great time at CityWalk, Downtown Disney, or Downtown Orlando. Be careful that your mileage allowance is sufficient to make the trip. 
  • Bahamas - Located close to South Florida’s Atlantic coast, the Bahamas are a chain of Atlantic islands and a famous exotic destination. Take a ferry to the town of Freeport on Grand Bahama from Ft. Lauderdale as the quickest, and probably cheapest, way to arrive in the islands. Alternatively, the capital Nassau can be reached via a short flight from Miami. Note that the ferry does not carry vehicles. Therefore, you would have to rent another car if you would like to have one on the islands. Also, be sure to check the visa requirements if you are not an American citizen or carry your passport if you are. 
  • Cuba - If you’re not an American citizen, Cuba is wonderfully just a short flight from Miami. It is possible to hire a car in Cuba, though prices have risen dramatically in recent years, the road network may be found to be unsatisfactory outside of the main cities, and you will share the road with pedestrians, cyclists, and salespeople. If you do intend to hire a vehicle in Cuba, be careful of scams and be prepared to make a deposit in cash. 
  • The 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 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.

Car Hire Prices in Miami

  • Convertibles - starting at £ 70 per day
  • Large cars - starting at £ 42 per day
  • Medium cars - starting at £ 36 per day
  • People Carriers/Vans - starting at £ 253 per day
  • Premium cars - starting at £ 58 per day
  • Small cars - starting at £ 31 per day
  • SUVs - starting at £ 75 per day

Top 20 Cities near Miami

  1. Orlando starting at £ 49.87 per day
    322.8 km / 200.6 miles away
  2. Fort Lauderdale starting at £ 21.08 per day
    36.5 km / 22.7 miles away
  3. Tampa starting at £ 17.31 per day
    338.1 km / 210.1 miles away
  4. Fort Myers starting at £ 17.33 per day
    177.9 km / 110.5 miles away
  5. West Palm Beach starting at £ 17.33 per day
    102.7 km / 63.8 miles away
  6. 522.4 km / 324.6 miles away
  7. Eglin starting at £ 21.08 per day
    812.7 km / 505.0 miles away
  8. Sarasota starting at £ 49.87 per day
    296.6 km / 184.3 miles away
  9. Pensacola starting at £ 21.08 per day
    862.5 km / 535.9 miles away
  10. Sanford starting at £ 21.08 per day
    350.5 km / 217.8 miles away
  11. Clearwater starting at £ 21.08 per day
    343.7 km / 213.6 miles away
  12. Daytona Beach starting at £ 21.08 per day
    389.3 km / 241.9 miles away
  13. Miami Beach starting at £ 43.33 per day
    6.4 km / 4.0 miles away
  14. Key West starting at £ 21.08 per day
    206.7 km / 128.4 miles away
  15. Melbourne starting at £ 21.08 per day
    263.9 km / 164.0 miles away
  16. Punta Gorda starting at £ 21.08 per day
    220.3 km / 136.9 miles away
  17. Tallahassee starting at £ 21.08 per day
    656.8 km / 408.1 miles away
  18. Gainesville starting at £ 21.08 per day
    482.1 km / 299.5 miles away
  19. Kissimmee starting at £ 42.63 per day
    318.8 km / 198.1 miles away
  20. Panama City starting at £ 49.87 per day
    730.9 km / 454.2 miles away

Top 20 Destinations around Miami

  1. Miami Port starting at £ 21.08 per day
    2.4 km / 1.5 miles away
  2. Miami Coral Gables starting at £ 43.33 per day
    7.1 km / 4.4 miles away
  3. Miami International Airport starting at £ 17.33 per day
    10.2 km / 6.3 miles away
  4. Miami Southwest starting at £ 21.08 per day
    12.7 km / 7.9 miles away
  5. Pembroke Pines starting at £ 20.25 per day
    29.2 km / 18.1 miles away
  6. Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood Airport starting at £ 17.33 per day
    34.6 km / 21.5 miles away
  7. Fort Lauderdale Port Everglades starting at £ 21.08 per day
    36.5 km / 22.7 miles away
  8. Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport starting at £ 59.84 per day
    48.3 km / 30.0 miles away
  9. Palm Beach Int. Airport starting at £ 17.33 per day
    102.7 km / 63.8 miles away
  10. Southwest Florida International Airport starting at £ 17.33 per day
    177.9 km / 110.5 miles away
  11. Key West Airport starting at £ 21.08 per day
    206.7 km / 128.4 miles away
  12. Punta Gorda Airport starting at £ 21.08 per day
    220.3 km / 136.9 miles away
  13. Melbourne International Airport starting at £ 21.08 per day
    263.9 km / 164.0 miles away
  14. Sarasota–Bradenton Airport starting at £ 49.87 per day
    296.6 km / 184.3 miles away
  15. Orlando Int. Airport starting at £ 17.33 per day
    316.3 km / 196.5 miles away
  16. Orlando East starting at £ 181.23 per day
    317.7 km / 197.4 miles away
  17. Buena Vista Palace Hotel starting at £ 42.24 per day
    318.6 km / 198.0 miles away
  18. Hyatt Regency Orlando Hotel starting at £ 23.36 per day
    322.0 km / 200.1 miles away
  19. Tampa Airport starting at £ 17.31 per day
    338.1 km / 210.1 miles away

Map of Car Hire Destinations

During which month is it most affordable to hire a car in Miami?

Our data show how prices for hiring a car in Miamifluctuate depending on the time of the year. This graph can assist you in finding the best bargain.
Average Price for Hiring a Car in Miami
£ 23.80
January
£ 28.32
February
£ 17.22
March
£ 45.80
April
£ 12.27
May
£ 17.82
June
£ 20.09
July
£ 18.25
August
£ 12.86
September
£ 11.57
October
£ 13.75
November
£ 23.76
December
The cheapest month to hire a car in Miami is October with prices starting at £ 11.57 for an Economy class cars. The most expensive month in which to hire a car is April with prices for for a Compact class) starting at £ 45.80. The average cost over the course of the entire year is £ 20. You can use this to plan your trip at the time of year when it would be most economical to hire a car. Note that these prices are only averages. The amount of time you hire a car for and the time at which you book will influence the prices.

What is the usual period for which people keep their hire cars, on average, in Miami?

Hirers picking up a car in Miami keep them for an average of 12 days during in December, while those picking up their cars in April keep them for an average of 6.
Average Hire Length in Miami
10
January
8
February
7
March
6
April
8
May
10
June
7
July
7
August
10
September
10
October
9
November
12
December

What month is the most favoured for hiring a car in Miami?

While travellers visit Miami year-round, the most popular month for hiring a car is March, and the least popular is June.
Popularity of Car Hire in Miami by Monthly Searches
45%
January
276%
February
307%
March
1%
April
1%
May
1%
June
1%
July
1%
August
60%
September
75%
October
236%
November
197%
December

Most Popular Car Hire Models

Hire Agency Model Doors Luggage Type
Easirent Toyota Yaris 5 Small cars
Avis Kia Rio 4 2 Small cars
Optimo Rent Nissan Versa 4 3 Medium cars
Zezgo Ford Fiesta 4 3 Small cars
GreenMotion Nissan Versa 4 2 Medium cars
Zezgo Nissan Versa 4 3 Medium cars
Easirent Nissan Altima 4 1 Large cars
Rent a Car 4Less Chevrolet Spark 4 1 Small cars
Avis Toyota Corolla 4 1 Large cars
Avis Chevrolet Tahoe 4 3 SUVs

Top 22 Hire Companies in Miami in 2021

National
National
Remarkable 9.2
+18888266890
4332 Collins Ave Suite 104, Miami Beach, FL 33140
NUCarrentals
NUCarrentals
Remarkable 9.1
+18886567383
3947 NW 26th St, Miami, FL 33142
Optimo Rent
Optimo Rent
Remarkable 9
+18553919606 / +13054974051 / +17865670943
4121 NW 25th ST. Miami FL 33142
Working hours
Mon:09:00-19:00
Tue:09:00-19:00
Wed:09:00-19:00
Thu:09:00-19:00
Fri:09:00-19:00
Sat:09:00-19:00
Sun:09:00-19:00
SIXT
SIXT
Outstanding 8.9
+13055478210
50 SW 12th St,Miami, FL 33130
Enterprise
Enterprise
Outstanding 8.8
3056218218
5690 NW 167TH ST,
Alamo
Alamo
Outstanding 8.8
3053764107
100 CHOPIN PLZ,
Budget
Budget
Outstanding 8.5
3057749521
3400 Coral Way
Working hours
Mon:08:00-18:00
Tue:08:00-18:00
Wed:08:00-18:00
Thu:08:00-18:00
Fri:08:00-18:00
Sat:08:00-16:00
Sun:08:00-12:00
Dollar
Dollar
Outstanding 8.5
3058945050
3900 NW 25TH ST
Avis
Avis
Outstanding 8.5
3053791317
99 Southeast 2Nd Street Port Of Miami Cruiseship Psgrs
Working hours
Mon:09:00-17:00
Tue:09:00-17:00
Wed:09:00-17:00
Thu:09:00-17:00
Fri:09:00-17:00
Sat:09:00-13:00
Sun:09:00-13:00
FOX
FOX
Outstanding 8.5
+13056029320 / +18002254369
3275 NW 24st Street Rd. Miami.
Working hours
Mon:05:00-00:30
Tue:05:00-00:30
Wed:05:00-00:30
Thu:05:00-00:30
Fri:05:00-00:30
Sat:05:00-00:30
Sun:05:00-00:30
Alamo
Alamo
Outstanding 8.5
+18448910547
3900 NW 25TH ST
Working hours
Mon:00:00-23:59
Tue:00:00-23:59
Wed:00:00-23:59
Thu:00:00-23:59
Fri:00:00-23:59
Sat:00:00-23:59
Sun:00:00-23:59
Dollar
Dollar
Outstanding 8.5
+18664342226
3900 Nw 25Th Street
Working hours
Mon:05:00-23:59
Tue:05:00-23:59
Wed:05:00-23:59
Thu:05:00-23:59
Fri:05:00-23:59
Sat:05:00-23:59
Sun:05:00-23:59
Thrifty
Thrifty
Outstanding 8.5
+18772830898
3900 Nw 25Th Street
Working hours
Mon:05:00-23:59
Tue:05:00-23:59
Wed:05:00-23:59
Thu:05:00-23:59
Fri:05:00-23:59
Sat:05:00-23:59
Sun:05:00-23:59
Routes Car & Truck Rentals
Routes Car & Truck Rentals
Outstanding 8.2
+18664369044 / +1305470755
3256 NW 24th Street Rd Miami, FL 33142
Working hours
Mon:06:00-23:00
Tue:06:00-23:00
Wed:06:00-23:00
Thu:06:00-23:00
Fri:06:00-23:00
Sat:06:00-23:00
Sun:06:00-23:00
NUCarrentals
NUCarrentals
Outstanding 8
+18886567383
3947 NW 26th St, Miami, FL 33142
Working hours
Mon:08:00-21:00
Tue:08:00-21:00
Wed:08:00-21:00
Thu:08:00-21:00
Fri:08:00-21:00
Sat:08:00-21:00
Sun:08:00-21:00
Ace Rent a car
Ace Rent a car
Great 7.3
+17866564200 / +13172487251
3975 NW S River Dr, Miami, FL 33142
Europcar
Europcar
Great 7.2
+13058742135 / +18007775500
3900 NW 25th St #404, Miami, FL 33142
Working hours
Mon:00:00-00:59; 05:00-23:59
Tue:00:00-00:59; 05:00-23:59
Wed:00:00-00:59; 05:00-23:59
Thu:00:00-00:59; 05:00-23:59
Fri:00:00-00:59; 05:00-23:59
Sat:00:00-00:59; 05:00-23:59
Sun:00:00-00:59; 05:00-23:59
Economy rent a car
Economy rent a car
Good 6.5
RightCars
RightCars
Good 6.2
+13055908024
3974 Northwest South River Dr Miami Fl 33142
Working hours
Mon:08:00-19:00
Tue:08:00-19:00
Wed:08:00-19:00
Thu:08:00-19:00
Fri:08:00-19:00
Sat:08:00-19:00
Sun:09:00-17:00
Surprice
Surprice
Acceptable 5.9
+17868089999
Returns / Self pick ups within the hours, 3945 NW 32nd Ave, Miami, FL, 33142
GreenMotion
GreenMotion
Acceptable 5.5
+17863523197 / +18885014806
4111 NW 27th St, Miami, 33142
Working hours
Mon:08:00-20:00
Tue:08:00-20:00
Wed:08:00-20:00
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Easirent
Easirent
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