|Full-size SUV||C$ 84/day|
|Pick-up truck||C$ 94/day|
|Standard SUV||C$ 50/day|
|Intermediate SUV||C$ 51/day|
Renting a car is a good way to get around Tennessee, providing an easy way of accessing most parts of the region. While the public transit system in Tennessee is adequate, it doesn’t offer the flexibility and reach that you may need when visiting the region. Renting a car opens up the possibilities of things you can do and see in Tennessee. Moreover, it allows you to discover more, as now you can reach smaller towns and the region’s hidden gems. A Tennessee car rental also gives you comfort and convenience; you can easily bring your luggage along, and you get great tech and entertainment features in your car, including GPS navigation, Bluetooth, and air conditioning.
Before you’re on the road in your new Tennessee rental car, there are a few things you need to know. First, don’t use your cellphone while driving unless you’re using a hands-free kit. Always yield to emergency vehicles with their lights flashing, including fire trucks, ambulances, and police vehicles. The Tennessee region has a growing number of bike lanes, and drivers should stay off the bike lanes. If driving in a fog, reduce your speed and turn on the low beam headlights. Most roads also have a fog line on the right that you can follow very carefully. Maintain a safe distance between your car and the one ahead. The speed limits in Tennessee are as follows: 30 mph within city limits, 35 to 65 mph on undivided rural roads, 55 to 65 mph on divided rural roads, and 55 to 70 mph on freeways within and outside city limits.
You need to be at least twenty one to be eligible for a Tennessee rental car. As you book your rental, you’ll be required to present your valid driver’s license and credit card in your name. Drivers below twenty five are regarded as young drivers, and there’s a young driver’s surcharge applied daily on their rentals. Moreover, young drivers don’t have access to all vehicle classes, including full-size and premium SUVs, commercial and passenger van rentals, and luxury and exotic rentals.
On average a rental car in Tennessee costs C$ 75 per day.
Compact (Mitsubishi Mirage G4 or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in Tennessee.
In the past 72 hours, the cheapest rental cars were found at Budget (C$ 46/day), Sixt (C$ 47/day) and Hertz (C$ 94/day).
Based on ratings and reviews from real users on KAYAK, the best car rental companies in Tennessee are Alamo (8.7, 151 reviews), Enterprise Rent-A-Car (8.1, 204 reviews), and Budget (7.2, 261 reviews).
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On average a rental car in Tennessee costs C$ 546 per week (C$ 78 per day).
On average a rental car in Tennessee costs C$ 2,341 per month (C$ 78 per day).