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With you'll find it easy to start planning your trip across the UK or abroad. From London to Edinburgh, Portugal to Greece, a vivid road trip across picturesque France or a relaxing retreat in the Swedish mountains, your perfect hire car awaits with Enjoy.

By comparing respectable brands like Hertz, Avis, Europcar, Alamo and Enterprise alongside national and local ones specific to your required pick-up location, you’re going to get a full picture in just a few clicks and see the full choice at any chosen place in the world.

And things don’t stop with comparing cars at over 17,000 airports across the globe, you can compare and book your city centre car hire too, from all major cities, towns, train stations, resorts, landmarks and even suburbs.

Why Should You Choose Enjoy Travel for your next Rental?

We are a long-established car hire comparison brand, with over 12 successful years and partnerships all over the world, so we use our experience as a broker to negotiate the best rates we can pass on to our customers.

We’ve spent the last 12 years developing a deep and diverse range of local, regional and international rental car partners, which means that we can offer you an amazing choice of vehicle rental deals to choose from in any train station, airport, resort, city centre and suburb globally.

Our expert client contact team knows everything there is to know about cheap and reliable rental car – they’re here to answer all of your questions via phone or email and will always offer a solution that’s tailor-made for your needs.

Where can I compare rental vehicles and how do I get the best deal?

Canada’s unique blend of urban attractions and gorgeous great outdoors calls for a wide range of car rental options. That’s why we have makes and models to satisfy every budget, taste and requirement.

Whether you’re looking for the cheapest budget option available like a trendy Fiat 500, something compact and comfy like a VW Golf, a family car such as a spacious Nissan Qashqai, or something flashy like a Mercedes E-Class convertible, the one thing you can be sure of is that by comparing on the options together, across the big brands and the local ones too, you’ll find the cheapest deal to suit your exact requirements.

Which cars are on offer and how do I get the right one for my budget?

Jeeps: Canada’s expansive open roads, rugged scenery and unique natural attractions are the perfect match for the Jeep brand’s tough design and dedication to adventure. If you fancy getting behind the wheel of one of these beauties, many Canadian car rental providers offer models like the Cherokee, Renegade and Compass.

Mini: These small cars are the most affordable Canadian car rentals you’ll find. You won’t max out your credit card filling the gas tank and they’re comfy for couples or lone travellers. The Toyota Aygo and Fiat Panda are two pretty sweet picks from this category.

Premium: Want to roll out under those big blue Canadian skies in luxury and comfort, with a ride that’s smooth as silk? When you want to splash out a little with the finer things on four wheels, premium car rental models like the Nissan Maxima are the high-performance treat you deserve.

Compact: Compact rental cars in Canada cost a little more than mini or economy categories, but they’re more spacious, with plenty of room for luggage in the trunk and comfy seating for four persons. If a compact car sounds right up your street, choose a model like a Kia Rio or Hyundai accent.

Economy: The next step up from mini-sized vehicles, although they’re still bijou, economy rental cars can afford slightly more space, they have low fuel consumption and are affordable to rent. If this sounds like your category of choice, models include the Chevrolet Spark and similar.

Standard: Standard cars for rent in Canada include models like the Volkswagen Jetta and Chevrolet Malibu. They represent another incremental increase in size and can cater for a total of five people. Standard cars can cope with the mix of city and country driving many visitors have planned.

Based on our latest rentals some of these facts may come in useful:

  • Unlike many Commonwealth countries, you drive on the right of the road in Canada. You should always wear your seatbelt here and never drive under the influence of alcohol.
  • The most popular car is a Toyota Corolla, with an average price of $ 24.64 (CAD), but the cheapest on record was $ 13.40 a day in the last 12 months.
  • Nissan Rogue, Jeep Wrangler and Ford Escapes are very popular rental cars, with the average overall rental price for Canada at $ 32.52 (CAD) per day in the last 12 months.
  • Black ice can be common on the road in Canada during winter, so please proceed with caution and use winter tyres if possible. Watch out for wildlife like deer, moose and elk, which are all large and cause a considerable hazard for cars during the day and particularly at night when they can be startled by your headlights.
  • The speed limit on Canadian motorways is usually 100km/h but this rises to 120km/h in British Columbia and is as low as 90 km/h in Prince Edward Island. The limit in built-up areas is 50 km/h and lower in roads around schools. Take your time and observe the speed limit signs as they are always clearly displayed.
  • Canada is a huge country and some road trips between towns and cities involve very long distances. So make sure that you plan your journey to take regular rest stops, ensure that you have your mobile charged and warm clothing available in case of emergencies, fully fuel your gas tank and map out the location of gas stations along the way.
  • Remember that if you’re driving in Quebec, you might see some road signs in French. Some phrases that are useful to remember are ‘arrêt’ meaning ‘stop’, entrée interdit’ meaning ‘no entry’ and ‘route barrée’ meaning ‘road closed’.

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From our Big 7 Travel blog

Car Hire FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions about Car Hire

The price of a car depends on many different factors such as the location, the type of car, the time of year and how far in advance you can book. The overall average price in the last 12 month, across all destinations was £18.90 per day, whilst the cheapest was significantly less. Looking at Europe, you can find cars in Portugal and Spain from as little as £3 per day if you book a long time in advance looking ahead to the winter.
To get the best car price, it’s always worth comparing all of the car hire options on a website like Enjoy Travel. Because Enjoy act as an agent to a wide range of different car hire brands, we can negotiate discounted prices. Booking as far ahead as you can normally help, on average customers saved over 51% by booking a month in advance.
The price of a rental car has increased significantly since Covid-19 broke back in 2020, especially in certain holiday destinations like Portugal, Greece, Spain and Italy where you may have expected to find a small economical car in the summer of 2019 for somewhere between £3 and £10 per day. The average price of a car during the summer of 2021 has been at least double this, if not more. The reason is because of a global shortage of new cars since production was cut significantly during 2020 because of Covid.
On average you can expect to pay £26.59 based on the latest statistics. Unlike holiday destinations such as Greece, Spain and Turkey, the price of a car in the UK doesn’t change so much between summer and winter. If you compare car hire across different models, the average for a Vauxhall Corsa is £24.22 per day, a Ford Focus is £25.30, the popular Fiat500 is £24.19 per day and a Nissan Qashqai, £33.01 daily. This however, is an average across the whole UK and you will most likely find cheaper deals by booking in advance and when travelling into an airport, using offsite suppliers like Easirent and Green Motion.
Depending on the location and time of year, a family car will generally be between 50% to 100% more than a small mini or economy car. Comparing the price in Majorca over the last 2 years, a Fiat500 has averaged £6.37 per day whereas a Nissan Qashqai averaged £8.78 and a Vauxhall Zafira Tourer much more with a £26.82 average daily price.
Like most of the major car hire comparison sites, if you pay upfront you will receive free cancellation up to 48 hours before the pick-up time. If you pay a small deposit only, it’s normally non-refundable so it’s advisable to take the pre-pay option and you can also opt for cancellation protection for an additional few pounds meaning you can cancel right up to the collection time on both pre-paid and deposit hire.
The biggest discounts are usually applied the further ahead you are able to book. So if you know the dates of your trip, book now to secure the best rates.
Yes, simply do a search and you'll see options for 7-seaters, 8-seaters and other larger mini-bus type vehicles.
It depends on the time of year you book, where, and how far in advance. During last summer, there were some crazy prices, it might be hard to believe that you could hire a car in Malaga for 9p a day. On average the cheapest is more like £3 - £5 a day in Spain or Portugal.
The prices of hire cars in Spain differ depening on the location in Spain, but generally are cheap. The average price of a Fiat500 was £11.70 in the last 12 months, whereas the cheapest could in fact be found for less than £1 a day in Alicante. Beware, this only includes 3rd party liability and to cover your car in case of damage will attract another fee.
A Fiat500 or similar car in the mini category is cheapest.
The most popular economy car is a Vauxhall/Opel Corsa.
You can compare car hire in over 140 countries with Enjoy, we have taken bookings in 159 countries in the last 12 months.
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Compare car hire in more than 140 countries, including some of the mainstream countries like France, UK, Portugal, Spain, Australia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Turkey and Poland, but also we have sold car hire in Togo, Bolivia, Mozambique, Panama, Rwanda, Russia, Paraguay and Nicaragua in the last 12 months.
You will need your ID (eg. passport), driving licence and credit card.
Normally for an additional fee you can add another driver, though occasionally it is included. The more info section gives you the specifics.
You can compare some of the well-known brands like Europcar, Enterprise, Alamo, Centauro, Keddy, Easirent, Greenmotion as well as more than 100 smaller and local ones which you may not have heard of.
A comparison website allows you to compare all of the best car hire options from the big known brands to the smaller ones you may not have heard of, then you can compare all the prices and specific information in one screen. You may also find the prices cheaper with the comparison site than you can directly with the operator.

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