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Cheap Car Rentals in Canada

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What are the car hire prices for popular cities in Canada?

Below are the cheapest cities to rent a car in Canada

Price

$15 - $43

Out of all the popular cities in Canada, Thunder Bay is the cheapest city to rent a car in at just $15/day. Renting a car in Thunder Bay is 65% cheaper than renting one in Ottawa where the per day rate is around $43. Other fairly inexpensive cities in Canada to get a rental car in are: Saskatoon ($28/day), Québec City ($29/day), and Toronto ($32/day). While these cities typically have cheaper prices than the rest of the country, travelers looking to rent a car in Toronto should expect to spend around $32/day on their transportation. The most popular city to rent a car in Canada is Toronto.

Cheapest time to rent a car in Canada

January

$29

February

$35

March

$39

April

$45

May

$49

June

$42

July

$59

August

$76

September

$57

October

$49

November

$35

December

$52

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Car Rental FAQs

Which car rental company is considered to be the best in Canada?

Taking our users’ ratings and reviews into consideration, City Car & Truck Rental (9.6 rating), Alamo (8.7 rating) and Driving Force (8.7 rating) seem to be the best rental car companies in Canada.

What is the most popular car rental provider in Canada?

With an average price of $82/day, Budget is the most popular car rental provider in Canada, booking 70% more rental cars than any other provider.

What is the cheapest city to get a rental car in Canada?

When visiting Canada, it is typically cheapest to rent your car in Sarnia where rental cars typically will cost around $45/day (42% less than the country average). The absolute cheapest rental car price in Canada was found in Montreal for just $30/day.

What side of the road do you drive on in Canada?

Cars travel on the right side of the road in Canada.