Tulsa Car Rental Information
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|Most Popular Car Type||Economy|
|Average price||C$ 64/day|
|Good deal||C$ 29/day|
When to Book a Rental Car in Tulsa
Top tips for renting a car in Tulsa
- Oklahoma, Tulsa included, is a state that is built for cars. Tulsa itself features very limited public transportation options, so if you want to make the most out of your time there, a rental car is the best choice. There really is no other way to get around town, especially at night and on weekends when the public bus service is limited.
- Excited to hit the road upon landing in Tulsa? If you are like many travelers, step one of your trip is to pick up your rental vehicle. For travelers with flights landing at Tulsa International Airport, you will find the airport’s rental car counters located in the lobby of the Arrivals Hall.
- Tulsa is a beautiful city and Oklahoma is a gorgeous state, most particularly during the wintertime. However, if you plan on visiting during the winter months, then be extra prepared to drive in potentially heavy snow. Winter comes on hard in Oklahoma and a storm can blown in quickly. When driving in inclement weather like a snow storm, drive in a lower gear as your car will have an easier time with it.
- Drivers can expect rush hour traffic in Tulsa to pick up in the morning around 7:00 a.m. and to last until 9:00 a.m., while in the afternoon rush hour usually starts around 4:00 p.m. and finishes up around 6:00 or 7:00 p.m. during the week. Broken Arrow Expressway is the main road to look out for during rush hour, as its short merging lanes can often become congested during peak traffic hours.
- 25% of our users found rental cars in Tulsa for C$ 29 or less
- Book your rental car in Tulsa at least 1 day before your trip in order to get a below-average price
- Compact rental cars in Tulsa are around 25% cheaper than other car types, on average
FAQs About Renting a Car in Tulsa
How much does it cost to rent a car in Tulsa?
On average a hire car in Tulsa costs C$ 64 per day.
What is the most popular rental car in Tulsa?
Economy (Ford Fiesta or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in Tulsa.
What is the best rental car company in Tulsa?
How can I find car rentals near me in Tulsa?
Take a look at our extensive car rental location map to find the best rental cars near you.
How much does a Economy car rental cost in Tulsa?
A Economy car rental in Tulsa costs C$ 64 per day, on average.
How much does a Compact car rental cost in Tulsa?
A Compact car rental in Tulsa costs C$ 47 per day, on average.
How much does a Intermediate car rental cost in Tulsa?
A Intermediate car rental in Tulsa costs C$ 63 per day, on average.
How much does it cost to rent a car for a week in Tulsa?
On average a rental car in Tulsa costs C$ 448 per week (C$ 64 per day).
How much does it cost to rent a car long term for a month in Tulsa?
On average a rental car in Tulsa costs C$ 1920 per month (C$ 64 per day).
What type of car is recommended for driving in Tulsa?
Tulsa’s streets are large and wide and are perfect for accommodating all size of vehicles. Whether you end up renting a sedan or an SUV, either one will have an easy time navigating the city’s wide roads. Parking both streetside and in lots will also be a breeze for all vehicles -- even the largest of trucks -- so truly any car will be suitable for your time in Tulsa.
What's the speed limit in Tulsa?
Residential and urban areas in Tulsa often feature a starting speed limit of 25 mph. After that, limits bump up to 35 to 50 mph on major roads, while on highways and interstates the speed limit typically ranges from 65 to 70 mph, depending on the size of the highway.
How are gas prices in Tulsa?
Gas is, fortunately, fairly affordable in Tulsa and is quite cheap in comparison to other cities in the U.S. In fact, it’s average cost of $1.85 per gallon puts it in the good company of Dallas, where gas is especially cheap at $1.80 per gallon.
Where are the best places to park in Tulsa?
If you plan on visiting the downtown area and the central business district, parking garages and lots are going to be your go-to parking option. Another plus of parking garages is that they are fairly cheap, usually costing just a couple dollars per hour. Outside of those central areas, streetside parking will be more than sufficient. Streetside parking is also available downtown, but during peak hours open spaces can be slightly more difficult to find so it may be worth sticking to a sure bet in a parking garage.