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The average price of fuel in Niagara Falls is R89,54 per litre over the past 30 days. Filling up a tank of fuel costs between R1 074 and R1 433, depending on the car size.
Standard (Toyota RAV4 or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Niagara Falls.
The only car hire company onsite at Pearson Intl airport is Dollar.
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A Standard car hire in Niagara Falls costs R1 071 per day, on average.
A Mini car hire in Niagara Falls costs R1 625 per day, on average.
A Compact car hire in Niagara Falls costs R1 137 per day, on average.
When you opt for car hire in Niagara Falls, you will not need a specific car to make your journey easier. Fuel is generally cheaper in a compact economy car, and with roads being well maintained, small cars are as good as any other. Popular cars of the region range from economy to intermediate, with Volkswagen, Hyundai and Mitsubishi being well represented as favourites.
The Niagara Falls speed limit is relatively standard when compared to European limits. The urban parts of the city allow for 50 kph, going up to 80 kph in rural areas. When on the motorways, you can go up to 110 kph; although, there is actually no statutory speed limit for some freeways. Let the signage be your guide and note it can change on a dime.
Niagara Falls has a high volume of car users, with locals and tourists using their vehicles far more than public transport to explore the area. You can find parking on the streets in some places of the city, and it will likely be fee based with timing restrictions, depending on the area. There are several public car parks in the city that offer paid and protected parking. Look out for Niagara Municipal Parking Lot 12, Precise ParkLink, Niagara Municipal Parking Lot 15 and others.
Cons:Everything was great except, having to wait business day(S) to get security deposit returned and going by the email I received when I returned vehicle it looks like they are charging more than was agreed upon. We will see in the next few days..
Cons:They didn't have cars and had to walk 10 km back to my hotel room
8,4 Very Good
Pros:I liked how pleasant the staff was in niagara when we picked up the car. I liked the car we had.
Cons:The drop off in Toronto was horrible. We had to keep driving around the block in downtown until we spied a teeny tiny sign that said enterprise. Once in the parking ramp it was really confusing where to go to drop off the car. I am still concerned that I am going to check my credit card statement and find a charge for the parking ramp. Horrible drop off experience.
Cons:Wrong truck little interest in helping
Pros:couldn`have had a better experience
8,0 Very Good
Pros:Yes the staff was friendly and accommodating. Drop off was super easy and short walk to terminal.
Cons:I had to pay for a taxi to take me 2.5 miles to Hertz Car rental. I really don’t like taking taxis.
Pros:Staff was very friendly and helpful. Pickup and drop off very convenient.
Cons:I wish the car rental prices were not sooooo expensive!!!!
Pros:No line up at counter
Cons:I did not feel I got the car I paid for. Our original plans were to be travelling with four people all with large suitcases. Website provided the indication I was to receive a fullsize luxury vehicle. A Chrysler 300 or similar. It ended up being only the two of us. What I received was a very small crammed Cadillac XT SUV. It would have seated four small people comfortably, It only held our two suitcases and definitely would not have accommodated us as per our original booking. I questioned why we were being a given such a small car (small SUV) at the counter at time of pick up and the representative looked at me with a disgusted look and said "It is a Cadillac !!", to make me feel like I should be ashamed and that I was wrong to ask for the larger luxury vehicle that I booked. If it was a Cadillac Escalade, a Lincoln Navigator or any vehicle similar in size to a Chrysler 300 I would have been perfectly fine. When I walked out to the parking lot, the Hertz section had only five vehicles, all small cars and our small SUV. We would have had a serious problem if it was the two couples as per our original travel plans. With no other vehicles in the lot any further discussion or argument on the matter would have bee futile. We loaded our two suitcases (1 large and 1 medium size) in the back, as they just barely fit and drove off with mindset that I had been taken advantage of and that I just had to put up with it.
Cons:When I dropped off the car I had made sure everything was nice and clean and filled up the tank more than I needed to in order to be as courteous as possible. When the staff member came back in from inspecting the car he claimed there was a stone chip in the windshield. I asked him to show me because I did not see anything. He pointed to a bug splatter. We argued but it didn't matter. I wrote a claim saying that I disagreed. I am concerned that some crazy charge is going to end up on my card that is not valid. Worst car rental experience I have ever had.
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