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Cut out all the stress of car hire with our user-friendly website. Our extensive search engine allows you to choose from all of the top brands at Toronto Airport, with our low-price guarantee, fantastic customer service and easy-to-use website. Get the specific vehicle you want, on your terms.
After collecting your baggage from Toronto Pearson International Airport, you’ll also want all your transit arrangements in the bag. Our site allows you to book your vehicle rental in advance and get behind the wheel straight away. All you have to do is find the depot, give your details and your keys will be ready and waiting.
Hassle-free booking, sorted in minutes
There are many advantages to using Airport Rentals for Toronto car rental. We don’t have an affiliation with any of the hire companies, allowing us to present you with all the options. Whether it’s Budget, Avis or one of the more local companies, you choose. Simply input your travel details and click the big yellow ‘Search’ button.
You will then see pages and pages of vehicles, starting with the cheapest. The specifications are there for you to check, from air-conditioning to transmission and availability, while on the right-hand side sit the bonuses of that particular offer. These vary from Collision Damage Waiver to Unlimited Mileage to 24-hour Roadside Assistance. There’s also a handy filter tool on the left-hand side relating to pick-up, class, fleet, transmission, passengers and availability. After you’ve weighed everything up, the cheapest deal may not be the right one for you. Once you’re happy, click on your deal and we will guide you through the rest. Email/mobile phone confirmation insures peace of mind.
Customer service is our priority
With more than 900,000 satisfied business and leisure renters already on the books and an operation spanning more than 2000 airport locations, our reputation is everything. In order to maintain that, we operate a highly skilled and experienced customer service team. Working around the clock on weekdays and 12 hours a day on weekends, they are here to answer any queries you may have. Life is full of surprises, so if plans change or something happens during your trip relating to your vehicle hire, just get in touch.
Competition in the car hire industry is fierce, so we offer an exclusive low-price guarantee. We refuse to be beaten on price, but if you find a better deal somewhere else for the same brand and itinerary (subject to terms and conditions), we will beat it by a dollar – and offer you a DriveEasy Excess Cover discount. That’s how confident we are.
Car, Hatchback, 4WD or even a mini-van
You may be looking for a nippy small car to take in the mountains of Canada, or perhaps a more family-friendly option to go off-road and camp. Whatever you need, it’s all here. Models such as Hyundai, Nissan, Daihatsu offer your standard two- and four-door deals, or you could splash out on a BMW three series or Mitsubishi Pajero. The Toyota Cargo Van is ideal for any extra numbers – all itineraries can be catered for.
A flying visit
Upon arrival at Toronto Pearson International Airport, you’ll probably want to get going pretty quickly – so here’s a handy guide.
● There are two terminals in operation – 1 and 3. One deals with domestic and international.
● Major airlines using the facility include Air Canada, Air France, American Airlines, British Airways and Cathay Pacific.
● The car rental counters are located on Level 1 of the parking garages. They are: Avis, Budget, Dollar Thrifty, Enterprise, Hertz and National/Alamo.
Taking care in Toronto
It’s always handy to do some preparation before arriving in a new city. Toronto has a bit of a reputation for road construction, so take your time. They drive on the right-hand side, with seat-belts compulsory for everyone. Buses need to be granted right of way, while the default city speed limit is 50kp/h.
Hit the road
So, what are you waiting for? Use our simple, user-friendly website to find car hire bargains galore and enjoy the joys of Canada. The impressive Niagara falls, on the Canada-USA border are a good weekend excursion. Another option would be to go to Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec within just a few hours drive from Toronto. Travel safe!
Rent a car in Toronto
You’re not short on choice when it comes to car rental brands in Toronto. Pick up a vehicle at Toronto Pearson International Airport, or head downtown to collect your car. The following international and local brands are available for hire either onsite or away from the airport.
You’d be hard pressed to find a month of the year when Toronto doesn’t have an exciting event or festival happening.
● Toronto Fringe Festival (July)
The largest theatre festival in Toronto, the Fringe Festival is a 12-day long event in the height of summer, showcasing performers and celebrating the arts. With more than 150 productions every year, at over 30 venues around the city, the Toronto Fringe Festival is not to be missed.
● Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival (September)
It started back in 1989 with just 27 teams. Now over 180 teams hit the waters each year from all over Canada, Europe, Asia and the US. Head down to Marilyn Bell Park in September to watch some incredible dragon boat racing.
● Jazz Festival (June-July)
For 10 days of summer, over 1,500 world-class jazz musicians from across the country gather in downtown Toronto to celebrate jazz and delight thousands of spectators.
● Cavalcade of Lights (November)
Kicking off the holiday season, the Cavalcade of Lights is a tradition with locals each year. The lighting of the Christmas tree at Nathan Phillips Square is just the beginning, with live musical performances and a stunning fireworks show to end the evening.
It’s safe to say that Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, so finding delicious food from across the globe is easy as… well, pie. Chinatown, Koreatown, Little Italy, and Greektown are just a few of your foodie neighbourhoods, with plenty more scattered throughout the city. The downtown area in particular hosts some exceptional restaurants.
● Richmond Station
● Queen Mother Café
● Canoe Restaurant & Bar
● Momofuku Shoto
● Nota Bene
● Cafe Boulud
● Bar Raval
● Bar Isabel
● Buca Yorkville
● Buca King West
Toronto: the place and the people
Toronto covers a total of 630 square kilometres, with 46 of those kilometers running along the beautiful Lake Ontario. Tall trees grow along Toronto’s city streets in places where the roads dip deep into ancient ravine channels through the earth, creating a lush green break from the city’s tall buildings.
Toronto is an incredibly diverse city, with a vibrant culture. The economy thrives with bustling financial and business sectors, the city hosting many of Canada’s major companies and corporations. Nearly 3 million call Toronto home and as the largest metropolis in the country, it is a land of opportunity and urban delights. Arts and media are an important aspect of the city’s identity, creating a contemporary feel unlike that of any other Canadian city.
Toronto is a treasure trove of exciting attractions. Wander through St Lawrence and Kensington Markets to pick up some handmade goods, fresh produce and delicious international food, and then pay a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum for some art and history. The kids will love the animals at the Toronto Zoo , and everyone will love the ferry ride across to Toronto Island - one big beautiful park, with a small airport and a selection of yacht clubs on the edges. Step into another world as you visit Toronto’s Casa Loma, a Gothic Revival style house which offers spectacular tours of the castle and the grounds, and continue your history lesson by visiting the historic site of Fort York.
Getting around Toronto
While you can get around Toronto by rental car, there are several transport options servicing the region. The city has an extensive bus, streetcar and subway system, with interconnecting routes and the ability to easily hop from one service to the other. Ferries also run from Jack Layton Ferry Terminal on Queen’s Quay across to Toronto Island. Taxis and Uber are available for travellers, with talks of Lyft joining in the near future.
Weather in Toronto
Hot in the summer, cold in the winter; just how it should be. Toronto experiences very distinct seasons throughout the year. The hot summer days can reach 26 degrees Celsius, but cool breezes from the lake take the edge off. Snow is frequent in the winter months, the temperature averaging a high of around 2 degrees Celsius. If you’re planning a visit, the best times to do so are in spring and autumn, as the temperature is more comfortable, and the summer crowds have died down.