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Los Angeles car hires from $27

This price is the cheapest per day rate found by a KAYAK user in the last 72 hours by searching for a car hire in Los Angeles with a pick-up date of 23/7 and drop-off date of 30/7. Fares are subject to change and may not be available at all agencies or on all dates of hire. Click the price to replicate the search for this deal.
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Hyundai Accent car
Hyundai Accent
or similar SMALL
2
2
4-5
M
$27/day
Nissan Sentra car
Nissan Sentra
or similar SMALL
4
2
4-5
M
$35/day
Kia Forte car
Kia Forte
or similar MEDIUM
5
3
4-5
M
$32/day
Honda Accord car
Honda Accord
or similar MEDIUM
5
3
4-5
M
$47/day
Nissan Altima car
Nissan Altima
or similar LARGE
5
2
4-5
M
$35/day
Chrysler Pacifica car
Chrysler Pacifica
or similar VAN
5
5
4-5
M
$58/day
Nissan Pathfinder car
Nissan Pathfinder
or similar SUV
5
2
4-5
M
$62/day
Chevrolet Impala car
Chevrolet Impala
or similar LARGE
5
5
4-5
M
$46/day
Chrysler 300 car
Chrysler 300
or similar LUXURY
5
5
4-5
M
$55/day
Class Special Car car
Class Special Car
or similar Category
5
5
2/4
M
$27/day
Class Compact SUV car
Class Compact SUV
or similar SUV
4
2
4-5
M
$40/day
SsangYong Korando car
SsangYong Korando
or similar SUV
5
3
4-5
M
$41/day
Jeep Grand Cherokee car
Jeep Grand Cherokee
or similar SUV
5
3
4-5
M
$47/day
Best prices found by KAYAK users in the past 48 hours.

KAYAK’s top tips for hiring a car in Los Angeles

  • Get ready to explore the dazzling sights of Los Angeles on the road trip of a lifetime. When you rent a car on your vacation, you will enjoy the freedom of discovering each corner of the city at your own pace. Rather than relying on public transport, opt for a hire car to easily navigate this sprawling city. Don’t miss the beaches, never-ending boulevards, or the Hollywood Hills -- all easily reached by car.
  • If you are flying into Los Angeles International Airport, you need to be aware that all the hire car companies are off-site. When you land, you will need to exit your terminal and use the courtesy shuttles. Your first option for your pickup is to go to the Lower/Arrivals Level islands outside baggage claim and wait by the "hire Car Shuttles" sign. Alternatively, you can go to the LAX Shuttle Airline Connection and take a shuttle bus to the Remote hire Car Depot.
  • Driving in Los Angeles can be challenging due to the city’s infamous traffic. Therefore, as a visitor, you should look out for Carpool and High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes. You will be able to spot these designated lanes on most of LA’s freeways. Whilst HOV lanes are found on the far left, you can spot a Carpool lane from the diamond painted on the road. To use these lanes, you must have at least 2 people in the car.
  • During weekdays, rush hour in Los Angeles starts between 5:00 am and 10:00 am. In the afternoon the roads are busy from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm, although you should avoid driving on a Friday. You can also expect heavy traffic on weekend evenings, especially in or out of downtown and Hollywood. The best way to avoid traffic is to stick to driving through the connecting neighborhoods. Thankfully, the city is set out in a grid, so you have a variety of options for crossing town.
  • 25% of our users found a car hire in Los Angeles for $61 or less
  • Book your car hire in Los Angeles at least 1 day before your trip in order to get a below-average price
  • Standard hire cars in Los Angeles are around 15% cheaper than other car types, on average

Los Angeles car hire experiences: the best tips from KAYAK users

Insights shared by verified travellers who hired a car in Los Angeles 
Verified travelerJune 2024
Take the extra time to book from an offsite (away from the the airport) location. Let local people drive you out of and back into the airport. Save your driving for road trips from your hotel. The shuttle is free. Don't worry. If you're kind to the people and your car it will be a great experience. If the extra insurance that they offer you is affordable to you buy it. Otherwise don't worry. It's not a scam to get you to pay for previous dings and scuffs. If you want just call your own insurance before you leave and pay them. You are allowed to decline Aces insurance. Monday morning lineups weren't to bad at the rental office.
Verified travelerJuly 2024
It's a little confusing how to get to the Midway lot. Make sure you take the M (Metro) Line bus which is at the PINK column (NOT the purple column which takes you to the main rental center). The Metro bus will take you to a bus stop where transfer vans are waiting for all the smaller, non recognizable, car rental companies. Jump in the van for Midway, and you'll be at their lot within a few minutes. It's a little convoluted to get to them, but they do a great job in customer service, and their prices are great, so I think it's worth it.
Verified travelerJuly 2024
It's a little confusing how to get to the Midway lot. Make sure you take the M (Metro) Line bus which is at the PINK column (NOT the purple column which takes you to the main rental center). The Metro bus will take you to a bus stop where transfer vans are waiting for all the smaller, non recognizable, car rental companies. Jump in the van for Midway, and you'll be at their lot within a few minutes. It's a little convoluted to get to them, but they do a great job in customer service, and their prices are great, so I think it's worth it.
Verified travelerJune 2024
Hybrids or electric cars are great for LA, as we have one of the highest gas prices in the nation and there are tons of electric charging station for every type of car with convenient locations across the city.
Verified travelerJuly 2024
My advice is to find a smaller location near LAX to avoid the long wait, and to avoid renting during a holiday. Overall, I was happy with Budget.
Verified travelerJune 2024
I rented a full size car for my wife and kid. It was great on gas.
Verified travelerJune 2024
Be ready for a long wait at the rental car location or arrive at a time when there is low traffic.
Verified travelerJune 2024
If your insurance doesn't cover rentals or if you don't mind paying for a second, this is a good place.
Verified travelerJune 2024
Advise renters to plan ahead of the time for pick up.
DaleMar 2024
If you are renting a vehicle in LA be sure to check your insurance coverage ( automobile and credit card) as you can save a lot of money by not having to purchase from a car rental company. Understand if you plan on using any toll roads and get a transponder from the rental company so you don’t rack up an unnecessary expense. Book a vehicle to suit your needs and get something that gets good gas mileage. Gas is around $5 a gallon around LA.
Verified travelerMar 2024
If you find a rental place you like, stick with them. I'd like to continue with U-Save when the need arises. They were helpful, courteous and it was easy in and out when getting vehicle.
Verified travelerMay 2024
Do not use Mex Rent A Car! Ended up renting from Thrifty. Very easy/helpful process. Will definitely rent from Thrifty again.
Verified travelerMar 2024
If you’re going to lax, be prepared for a line up. John Wayne drop off was helpful and easy.
Verified travelerApr 2024
Book with the larger companies. Cost more but worth the hassle.
Verified travelerApr 2024
Ace Rentals are best value and great service.
Verified travelerApr 2024
Economy rental was very cheap and a great value for the money. However, if time is of essence, look in to going with a more established agency who can pick you up directly from the airpot or Uber to Economy Car Rental's location. That is probably going to be much faster.
Verified travelerApr 2024
If you’re on a tight budget, Ace appears to be the most cost effective option, just know you’ll pay in time rather than dollars (in most cases). Give yourself plenty of time when renting with this company.
Verified travelerApr 2024
At LA was everything easy and quick to star the journey. My only concern is about the cleanness of the car, since we picked up the car, it was not as expected.
JeffreyMar 2024
Don't rent too small or too large. You want visibility, but you also need to navigate down residential streets with vehicles parked on both sides.
Verified travelerApr 2024
Pick as small a vehicle as is suitable because very large vehicles are difficult to drive and park.
DavidMar 2024
Pick up was a bit confusing to get there but good after that
Verified travelerMay 2024
I get minivans because of their functionality.
Verified travelerApr 2024
If possible, go with Enterprise.
Verified travelerMay 2024
Go see Stephen at SIXT, but do not go to Ace!
Verified travelerFeb 2024
Definitely rent a car. Do not waste money on taxi. It’s cheaper to rent a car than to take a taxi. California is worth to see it !
TYRAJan 2024
You definitely need a car in Los Angeles to get around. You'd pay more in uber fees than paying for a rental
Verified travelerDec 2023
Strongly consider renting from Budget Car Rental. I have several times in the past and never experienced an issue.
matthewFeb 2024
Lots of stop and go driving in Los Angeles. Renting a hybrid electrics car is a great investment.
Verified travelerFeb 2024
Don’t be in a hurry! Leave early! Also that Midway is a very good rental company.
Verified travelerFeb 2024
Driving was pretty good. I did not have any issues.
Verified travelerFeb 2024
The car is clean and the reception is nice!
Verified travelerFeb 2024
Driving in LA is not as bad as you may expect, the traffic is the worst when you get stuck on the highway during rush hour. Parking in city may be difficult to find depending on where you are but there is always a garage nearby, and quite a few have EV charging capabilities.
T2020Feb 2024
Read reviews before choosing a rental company , call to confirm if any hidden charges. Make sure get all documentations needed to show them( for example, insurance card) if you don’t want to buy from the rental company. Set your GPS “ no toll” if you don’t want to get fined
Verified travelerJan 2024
driving in Los Angeles is always a mess, plan ahead, take your time and try to go against traffic in rush hours, some parkings in tourist areas are way expensive, do your research beforehand
Verified travelerJan 2024
The rentals by LAX are cheaper but it is a hassle to get thru traffic so plan ahead especially if you are in a rush
Verified travelerDec 2023
It was a good drive, however, I would like to check on the deposit that I had to put in. I've yet to receive a
Verified travelerDec 2023
Check if there are ANY tolls in your area of destination b/c you might not even need to pay for an “pass”.
Verified travelerDec 2023
Ensure you can pick up the car within a reasonable amount of time.
ChrysantheDec 2023
Allow extra time renting a car at LAX.
JoseFeb 2024
Traffic is to be expected. Leave with time.
Verified travelerNov 2023
Driving from LAX to Anaheim and back is not a hard drive. There will be traffic in and out of LAX just leave yourself time. If you don’t need to take a turn off or exit for a number of miles /km stay in the middle lanes. If you have multiple people, get in the carpool lanes, just leave enough distance to get over to your exits (2miles/3.5km).
Verified travelerOct 2023
Choose high name brand rentals, like Budget or Hertz. The cost seems higher but will have better coverage, cars, and a smooth and quick process. Rental companies with lower prices will end up having more hidden fees and issues that will result in similarly priced rentals but with 10x the problems.
Verified travelerNov 2023
Ace rent a car was great! Be aware that they try to track additional fees and didn't show me the contract until after payment. I tried to cancel and they slashed the price by more than half.
Verified travelerSept 2023
Tolls, make sure you ask the rental company about tolls we didnt know were they were and cheaper if you pre pay
Verified travelerSept 2023
Get a toll pass and avoid a lot of traffic. Everyone drives fast so get a fast car.
VanSept 2023
Set your GPS to avoid toll roads and take the local streets to tour the various communities.
Verified travelerSept 2023
If you are looking for a clean vehicle in good condition at a great price, use Midway.
ZeusSept 2023
If you are looking for a good rental company - Hertz at the hilton hotel is amazing!
Verified travelerSept 2023
Drove to Grand Canyon w 4 family members for only $150 van rental.
Verified travelerSept 2023
Get a toll pass and avoid a lot of traffic.
Verified travelerSept 2023
Better cars and rental price
SpencerSept 2023
If your rental company is at the “remote rental car center,” be prepared for two separate bus/shuttle rides. First you take the metro bus to a parking lot station, then find your rental car company’s specific shuttle (if they are there).
Verified travelerSept 2023
Make sure you have some form of GPS as cell phones don't always work when there is fires. A paper map would help. Be alert when driving and don't speed.
BryanOct 2023
Stick with one of the big name companies that is at the central airport facility serviced by the airport shuttle.
Verified travelerSept 2023
Check your credit card insurance for what is covered and save/screenshot it as some car rental companies require it.
THOMASSept 2023
Drive diamond lane if 2 or more car. Avoid rush hour traffic. Enjoy sights watch for brake lights.
Verified travelerNov 2023
Always call ahead to make sure they have a vehicle for you, especially the type you booked.
Verified travelerOct 2023
LA traffic will always be LA traffic. Stay alert. Be a defensive driver and you’ll be set.
Verified travelerSept 2023
Drive carefully, as people in Los Angeles seem to always be in a hurry.
Verified travelerNov 2023
You can turn right on red lights, unless there's a specific sign preventing you.
Verified travelerSept 2023
Avoid peak traffic hours, don’t park in public parking in Downtown at night.
TravisOct 2023
No return concerns east drive in and drop off, had an early flight.
Cheryl LimSept 2023
Allocate a large margin of time for rental pick up at LAX?
DerekSept 2023
Give yourself plenty of time and listen to the navigation route adjustments.
AngelaSept 2023
Traffic in la is heavy so give yourself enough time for delays
Verified travelerSept 2023
Try to avoid peak times. Use high occupancy lanes if relevant.
VincentNov 2023
Allow more time to take the shuttle back with traffic.
Verified travelerNov 2023
Use one of the tried and true car companies.
Verified travelerSept 2023
Go with the more reputable companies like hertz
Verified travelerOct 2023
Time your travel, traffic is all the time
Verified travelerSept 2023
Always check the invoice you get drom Avis
GuyOct 2023
Fwy get packed early be defensive driver
AngieOct 2023
Use larger companies. Book in advance.
Verified travelerNov 2023
LOTS of traffic. Plan ahead.
Verified travelerSept 2023
Book online for better price. Do some research about the provided insurance cover to ensure this suits you. They try to sell the toll included for additional cost which is way higher than what you might have to pay in case of using a toll road. I travelled in 7 states and did not come across a single unavoidable toll road.
Verified travelerOct 2023
Make sure you use the major car rental agency when possible. Completely videotape the car when you’re taking it out check all your documentation because these little outfits try to scam you nickel dime all day long. It’s worth millions of dollars to them and commissions to the agents taking advantage of customers specially senior citizens is, a serious offense.
Verified travelerAug 2023
Coming from the East Coast, we were worried about the famous LA traffic and parking. In actuality, during our 5 night stay in West Hollywood, any where we drive to, the traffic wasn’t too bad. Meter parking & public parking garages were plentiful & reasonably priced.
AbigailJuly 2023
There is a lot of traffic & it helps to have a passenger check your blind spots. Stay out of express lanes (as they are basically toll roads). Parking can be tight but just takes some extra looking around.
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Rent from a higher end car rental company, not Ace. They’ll pick you up directly at the airport. The price may be more, but it will be such a better experience.
MATTHEWJune 2023
Be careful in certain areas for tolls roads. Try to book in advance and be a member who can walk to the car and not have to go into the office.
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Don’t be in a rush, give yourself plenty of time. Expect to pay to park everywhere. This will make your vacation much more pleasurable. Don’t fret the small stuff.
Verified travelerJune 2023
Bring all your patience!! Map out your route. Take your time. Be joyful and enjoy your time 😊
CherlynJuly 2023
Continue conducting yourselves the way you do now. You’re a very professional group!
Verified travelerAug 2023
Bad experience, walked down to Sixt and had a great car and experience
Verified travelerAug 2023
Choose an electric. It’s easier to get around and cheaper to operate.
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Rent from a place that has direct pick up from the airport
Verified travelerJune 2023
No problems encountered in LA or rest of California
Verified travelerAug 2023
Be ready for a different driving experience in LA
AnikaAug 2023
Rent from LAX. Other locations will screw you over.
Verified travelerAug 2023
Make sure to get a efficient gas car
Verified travelerAug 2023
Smaller car equals more parking space options.
MarlenJune 2023
Tips rent electric car for asia foreigner: buy the card directly to thrifty, we decided not to buy end up difficult to do the payment since some apps didn’t detected in our phone due to different region tho we changed it, still it didn’t appear. Be mindful.. Second, if u only traveling inside the city, u don’t hve to buy the highway pass. But if u want peace of mind then i suggest u to buy.
Verified travelerJune 2023
Driving in LA is fairly straight forward but not for the faint of heart, as it is very very busy, and people drive fast. Traffic congestion can change drive times very quickly, leading to unexpected delays, so try and allow lots of wiggle room for your plans.
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Don't. Fly into another city. Just kidding, kind of. Know what your route will be and how to navigate heavy traffic. We didn't spend any time in LA, just headed up the coast and then over to the mountains.
KaipoJuly 2023
Remember that when you book online, they typically tack on $200-$250 in a security deposit. Though you get it back in the end, the security deposit isn’t as high if you book straight through budget’s website.
ClintJune 2023
If you go to one of the cheap off airport, bargain companies, make sure that you read all the terms and conditions, and bring a copy of your insurance policy declarations page.
Verified travelerAug 2023
Driving in LA is fine. It helps to know which direction prevail g traffic will be going to avoid traffic jams. Try to limit driving and enjoy the spot you’re staying.
KarenJuly 2023
Stand under the pink sign and take the METRO bus to the off site pickup location. There is no g-line bus as described in the pickup instructions.
Verified travelerAug 2023
Being from Texas the driving is slower, pay attention to your exit signs, be prepared for a 30+ min drive for 10+ mile distance
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Be aware of traffic and keep enough time in hand to deal with additional traffic time and even rental pick up at the airport.
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Rent during store hours to confirm there are cars available for the desired date. Especially when booking 1-2 days before needed.
PARAMJITJuly 2023
Have enough time cushion as the time you arrive to the time you get the car is pretty long.
JoyceJune 2023
Get the name of the people you are dealing with and an understanding of the payment process
RobAug 2023
Traffic is bad in LA, so make sure you have ample time when going to the airport.
DevynAug 2023
Always be aware of your surroundings. Lots of pedestrian, bicycle and delinquent car traffic at all times.
JenellAug 2023
Make sure you know where electrical vehicle charging stations are if you get an electric car
Verified travelerJune 2023
Driving in LA was fine. I got on the freeway and got out of LA.
Verified travelerAug 2023
They should try their best to solve the problems , make money stronger the customer service.
MenashehAug 2023
Ca the exact location you are renting from to make sure they have THE CAR
MohammadJune 2023
My destination was not in LA . Far north . That’s were you need help with map .
SergeyAug 2023
Find out beforehand how to get to rental agency (shuttle bus pick up location).
Verified travelerAug 2023
No, just give yourself lots of extra time as the traffic is bad.
Verified travelerJune 2023
If you have no bags it’s a 10 minute walk to the office.
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Plan ahead when heading to hot tourist spots, especially when planning beach visits.
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Give extra times for shuttle and another 10 min ride to the location.
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Give yourself plenty of time to get the vehicle. It can take awhile.
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Rent at a guaranteed 24hr place if you have a late flight.
MarkJune 2023
We headed to Orange County and Anaheim and avoided the LA traffic.
Verified travelerJune 2023
It's a jungle out there. Be extra careful at all times.
Verified travelerJuly 2023
I would like to have had more information about rush hours
OzAug 2023
Hurricane rolled through while I rented but overall it was ok
Verified travelerJune 2023
Drive super carefully ....... remember the car is not yours.
Verified travelerJune 2023
Easy driving except for lots of traffics
LindaJune 2023
I would tell them to try budget
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Rent from the airport locations if possible.
Verified travelerAug 2023
Honestly, I would just use Turbo.
JasonAug 2023
Sixt seems to have less lines
Verified travelerJune 2023
Use allied as last resort
TomAug 2023
Driving in LA was easy.
Wai Kin PeterAug 2023
Traffic was really heavy during rush hour mornings and after work, avoid driving during these times. Congestion can cause 15-20 mins of delays from one destination to another. Pay attention to highways on summit and valley. Also, pay attention to the HOV lanes that required fast trek transponder as there will be hefty surcharge from car rental if you went inside HOV that requires that. You can set "avoid tolls" on your Google map.
Verified travelerJuly 2023
Wait time was long to get the car, would be nice if there were more people checking people in.
LaurieMay 2023
Rent directly through Budget - good prices, lines moved quickly and shuttle buses ran frequently. Great customer service.
Verified travelerMay 2023
Driving in Los Angeles is a new experience from most of the United States. Very aggressive. Parking is all parallel on the streets if you can find it or you’re paying $$ to park in a garage.
Dr. NeilMay 2023
As always shop around check insurance rates before booking on any online platform!
LindseyMay 2023
You need one. Parking is plentiful and cheap.
Verified travelerMay 2023
Do your proper research before renting.
DelfinaMay 2023
Rent from a bigger company
AndyMay 2023
Don’t let the rental companies up-sell toll passes unless you are sure you will need them. You probably won’t. LA drivers generally consider a turn signal as a an invitation to speed up into the space you want to move into. I learned to signal just before changing lanes. Many drivers in LA don’t signal at all.
Verified travelerMay 2023
Use a reputable rental car agency like Budget, Hertz, etc. The cheaper options have a different shuttle lot and very bad communication. Beyond that they have hidden fees that ultimately bring the price up to the same or more than your average car rental place. The smaller agencies exist to take advantage of renters, especially visitors from abroad.

FAQs about hiring a car in Los Angeles

  • What type of car is recommended for driving in Los Angeles?

    Los Angeles features mostly freeways, wider streets, and large parking garages that are great for any type of car. We recommend that you rent an intermediate or full-size car if you’re planning to discover the scenic routes and national parks outside the city. If you want to explore the city center, rent a convertible to fully soak up the LA sunshine. Fortunately, the city’s idyllic climate lends itself to any style of car driven year-round.

  • What’s the speed limit in Los Angeles?

    Throughout the state of California, the maximum speed limit on highways is 65 mph. Where indicated, drivers can go 70 mph. On two-lane undivided highways, the speed limit is 55 mph, while in business and residential districts the limit is 25 mph. Speed limits in Los Angeles also depend on the conditions on the road. You should watch out for construction zones which often have reduced speed zones.

  • Where are the best places to park in Los Angeles?

    There is a wealth of parking options in Los Angeles. In popular tourist areas you can expect to pay between $8 and $25 for a space in a parking lot. On many of Los Angeles’ blocks you will find meter parking that conveniently takes credit card payments. Meanwhile, in the suburbs you can take advantage of free street parking. Some residential areas and side streets require a permit, so look out for the parking signposts.

  • How much does it cost to hire a car in Los Angeles?

    On average a car hire in Los Angeles costs $79 per day.

  • What is the cheapest car hire company in Los Angeles?

    In the past 72 hours, the cheapest car hires were found at GREEN MOTION ($27/day), NU Car ($32/day) and U-Save ($33/day). In the last 72 hours the cheapest hire car price was found at GREEN MOTION 5301 W. 104th St 90045 (13 kilometres from the city centre).

  • What is the best car hire company in Los Angeles?

    Based on ratings and reviews from real users on KAYAK, the best car hire companies in Los Angeles are Sixt (7.4, 288 reviews), Enterprise Rent-A-Car (7.2, 165 reviews), and Midway (6.3, 704 reviews).

  • How much is the price of fuel in Los Angeles?

    The average price of fuel in Los Angeles is $6.85 per litre over the past 30 days. Filling up a tank of fuel costs between $82 and $110, depending on the car size.

  • What is the most popular car hire in Los Angeles?

    Standard (Toyota RAV4 or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Los Angeles.

  • Which car hire agencies are at Los Angeles airport (LAX)?

    Car hire companies onsite at Los Angeles airport include Thrifty, Dollar, Priceless, Hertz, NU Car, Europcar, Sixt, Budget, Avis and GREEN MOTION.

  • Which car hire companies will pick you up at Los Angeles airport (LAX)?

    Car hire companies that offer shuttle or pick-up services from Los Angeles airport to off-airport locations include Thrifty, Dollar, Alamo, Priceless, Hertz, NU Car, Europcar, Sixt, Budget and Avis.

  • How can I find car hires near me in Los Angeles?

    Take a look at our extensive car hire location map to find the best car hire deals near you.

  • How much does a Standard car hire cost in Los Angeles?

    A Standard car hire in Los Angeles costs $87 per day, on average.

  • How much does a Compact car hire cost in Los Angeles?

    A Compact car hire in Los Angeles costs $73 per day, on average.

  • How much does a Mini car hire cost in Los Angeles?

    A Mini car hire in Los Angeles costs $119 per day, on average.

  • How much does it cost to hire a car for a week in Los Angeles?

    On average a car hire in Los Angeles costs $556 per week ($79 per day).

  • How much does it cost to hire a car long term for a month in Los Angeles?

    On average a car hire in Los Angeles costs $2,384 per month ($79 per day).

Los Angeles car rental reviews and directory

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