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Car hire United States
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The fantastically varied USA is a great destination that can offer you and your family an enormous range of activities. Whether your kids want to enjoy the theme parks of Florida, the beaches of California, or the buzz of New York City, there is plenty of choice. The most flexible way to see the States is with cheap car hire in the USA.

Florida is a great vacation choice for everybody. From Orlando with its exciting theme parks, legendary Disneyworld and SeaWorld, to the eclectic flamboyance of the Florida Keys, you can explore it all with your hire car. Or hit one of Miami’s fantastic beaches to enjoy the sun Florida’s famous for. For natural beauty you can drive to the Everglades with your car rental and perhaps see an alligator or two.

If you’re a movie fan then head to Hollywood and the bright lights of Los Angeles, take a trip to Universal Studios, or indulge your love of the big screen with a tour of the famous movie locations in your hire car. Rodeo Drive is another top choice when you’re in LA to indulge in some high-end retail therapy. LA is the ultimate driver’s city; the only way to get around on vacation is with car hire in the USA.

Finally if you’re looking for the ultimate city break then head to New York where you can enjoy world class museums, fantastic nightlife and some of the best shopping in the world. Take in the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building or visit Ground Zero to see where the iconic World Trade Center used to stand.