Dollar Car Hire New York Locations

Hi all,

Ok, so they don’t like being called nerds… so…. the geeks in the IT department have followed their Dollar Car Hire Las Vegas locations map withnewyork a map showing all the Dollar Car Hire locations in New York including opening times etc. You can very their hard work here, Dollar Car Hire Locations in New York.

As we now have live availability with Dollar Rent A Car you can now check available vehicle categories up to 15 minutes before collection! Also we offer free one way rentals from Nevada to California and vice versa so you could always collect from a downtown location but return it to the airport?

Is there another location you’d like us to map or have we missed something?

Kind regards,

James

 car hire USA

Which Sport Utility Vehicles (SUV’s) Are Our Customers Collecting?

Hi all,

A couple of weeks ago I blogged about what vehicles were being collected by our customers, this blog proved to be very successful and led to a couple of requests. 

Today’s blog will fulfil one of those requests by showing what SUV’s (sport utility vehicles) our customers are collecting at the moment. Remember we are never able to guarantee make or model of our vehicles.

Mr C Mullarkey picked up a standard size sports utility vehicle with our supplier Budget Rent A Car from Miami Airport and got this

Jeep Grand Cherokee

Jeep Grand Cherokee

 

Mr W Viant collected a 7 seater sports utility vehicle with our supplier Budget Rent A Car from Manhatten East 43rd Street and got this.

Ford Explorer 2010

Ford Explorer 2010

Mr L Neighbour picked up a 7 seater sports utility vehicle with our supplier Alamo Rent A Car from Orlando International Airport and got this.

Ford Expedition 2010

Ford Expedition 2010

Mr J Flanagan picked up an intermediate sports utility vehicle with our supplier Dollar Rent A Car from Phoenix International Airport and got this.

Ford Escape

Ford Escape

Mrs C Higgins picked up a standard sports utility vehicle with our supplier Budget Rent A Car from Sanford International Airport and got this.

Ford Edge

Ford Edge

Mr M Speak picked up a soft top sports utility vehicle with our supplier Alamo Rent A Car from Miami South Beach and got this.

Jeep Wrangler

Jeep Wrangler

Mr D Hannah picked up an  8 Seater sports utility vehicle with our supplier Budget Rent A Car from Orlando International Airport and got this.

Chevrolet Tahoe

Chevrolet Tahoe

Mr M Ali picked up a 7 seater sports utility vehicle with our supplier Alamo Rent A Car from Sanford Airport and got this.

Jeep Commander

Jeep Commander

Mr B Amor picked up an Intermediate sports utility vehicle with our supplier Alamo Rent A Car from Orlando International Airport and got this.

Jeep Liberty

Jeep Liberty

Mr P Brewin picked up an Intermediate sports utility vehicle with our supplier Alamo Rent A Car from Sanford International Airport and got this.

Jeep Patriot

Jeep Patriot

I hope you find this blog helpful.

Is there a category of vehicles you’d like me to look in to?

Have you hired recently and got something similar?

Regards,

James,

usrentacar.co.uk

 car hire USA

Driving in New York

America is still the most driver-friendly nation in the world, so it’s no wonder that many UK tourists choose car hire as the preferred way to get around. The only city that may stretch this statement is New York. Car Hire in the five boroughs, and Manhattan especially, brings with it a driving culture that can be intimidating to the first timer – the density of traffic alone on Manhattan is quite astonishing.

That’s not to say you shouldn’t drive or think about car hire in New York – it’s still a great way to get around. Here are some handy tips for anyone contemplating  driving the Big Apple:

First of all, forget the ‘turn right on red’ rule for the most part. It may be legal in every other US city, but here in New York it’s only alright if there is a sign specifically authorising it.

Enter grids at your peril! You don’t want to be the cause of gridlock, so make sure that you enter intersections only if you’re clear to get through to the other side. You may get honked at, but keep cool and observe the law – getting stuck in the middle is far worse!

Parking laws are as strict as any other city. Best to find an official parking lot, but if you do park on the streets, observe any street cleaning signs – be ready to move your car early the next day to make way, or face the consequences. Info is available on the DOT website.

Finally, a few DONT’S: It may be tempting, but don’t honk your horn unnecessarily – in some places, it is even forbidden, with a $100 fine for violators. It’s obvious, but don’t open your windows to strangers – you may encounter beggars at stoplights, but keep your wits about you, and keep your windows up


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