Canada is the world’s second largest country. This is part of the reason why people rent a car so they are able to discover as much of the country as possible. Drive past prairies, quaint villages, forests and visit Canada’s most romantic and metropolitan cities. The Canadian landscape varies per region so you won’t be bored when driving around the countryside.
Your road trip by rental car in Canada
Where to start in this immense country? Highway 99 is the Canadian version of Route 66 and a great starting point. This major highway leads through 5 different climate zones and is considered one of the world’s best road trips. Highway 99 takes you to impressive panoramas and is also called the Sea to Sky Highway. Other sights to be seen in Canada are Niagara Falls and the crystal clear mountain lakes of Banff National Park.
Favorite car rental locations in Canada
The 72 rental locations of lejebil.com are spread across the country and you can decide for yourself where to start and end your trip. Of course a so-called one way rental is possible with lejebil.com, meaning you can pick up your car at one location and drop it off elsewhere.
In the wild west part of Canada you’ll find the modern city Calgary. This city has in recent years become a big metropolis and a great destination to tour by rental car. Located 80 miles from the Rocky Mountains, the city is a popular destination for winter holidays. In 1988 the Winter Olympics were held here.Car rental Calgary
Discover Montreal with a rental car from lejebil.com. Montreal is the largest city in the province of Quebec. The language spoken in Montreal is French and because of the many cultural events, the city is also known as the Paris of North America. Experience the real Montreal by driving to festivals, exhibitions, concerts and theatrical performances. When you have a rental car you can see as much as possible in the city and also explore the surrounding area and the rest of the province. Start your road trip in southeastern Canada and pick up your car in Montreal.Car rental Montreal
Toronto is the largest city of Canada and the capital of the province of Ontario. When you rent a car you can explore all of this beautiful province. Enjoy the flexibility of having a rental car when you are visiting Niagara falls. This wonder of nature is just one and a half hour away from Toronto if you have a rental car at your disposal. The region of Niagara is full of vineyards where you can stop on the way to enjoy the spectacular view or buy a bottle of Canadian wine.Car rental Toronto
Start your road trip by rental car through Canada in Vancouver. Discover all the highlights in this Canadian metropolis and then drive out of the city to admire the beauty of the landscape around Vancouver. Visit the old neighborhood of Gastown, the historic city center of Vancouver. Enjoy seeing the local art scene, eating in one of the many restaurants and shopping in the small boutiques. A rental car offers you quick and easy transport to visit all the sights in Vancouver.Car rental Vancouver
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Frequently asked questions about car rental in Canada
Renting a car for a trip abroad is always a little exciting. There are several things to keep in mind, such as traffic rules and documents needed. We’ve listed the most frequently asked questions below.
1. What are the traffic rules in Canada?
Canada has a strong European influence. Still there are some traffic rules that are slightly different from ours. There are specific stop signs and road crossings for pedestrians are indicated by two lanes crossing the road. Generally speaking Canadians are calm and disciplined drivers, so adapt to their driving style and take it easy!
2. Where can I get travel information locally?
The Canadian Automobile Association is a great starting point for your trip in Canada. When you are a member of an automobile association you can apply for free or discounted information such as road maps and tailor made travel tips.
3. Do I need an international driver’s license to drive in Canada?
Within the European Union it’s not necessary to have an international driver’s license, but in many countries outside of the EU this is mandatory when you rent a car. An international driver’s license is required when driving in Canada.
4. What are the car rental conditions like in Canada?
Download the rental conditions Canada as a PDF and read through the exact conditions of the rental agreement.
5. What do I have to keep in mind when refuelling in Canada?
Fuel prices in Canada are cheaper than many Western European fuel prices. Make sure you keep a full tank, the long distances mean fewer gas stations. Being stranded without fuel is not fun at all and in some places it is even considered a traffic violation so avoid this at all cost.