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Canada is best explored by rental car. CompareCarHire.co.uk has over 167 pick-up locations in Canada. This means there is always a pick-up location close to your destination.
The vastness of the Canadian landscape is perfectly setup for epic road trips through the impossibly wide, open spaces dotted with luxuriant greenery, majestic mountains and other spectacular scenery. Arranging cheap car hire in Canada is the easiest way to travel the endless roads and enjoy all there is to see and do.Major airports and ports
The first port of call in Canada for most is one of the 10 major international airports, with Toronto Pearson, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton being the busiest all year-round. Passenger ferry services will take visitors from Vancouver Island to the mainland, while vehicle ferries traverse the waters between Nova Scotia, Quebec and Newfoundland.Transport
About 80 per cent of Canadians drive automobiles to work, and car rental in Canada is also the best way for tourists to travel. For those taking public transport however, all major cities have fairly decent bus, rail and rapid transit systems. Tourists looking to escape to the great outdoors for a fun-filled weekend are best to compare Canada car hire rates online with us before arriving.Driving tips
Motorists should be prepared to drive on the right-hand side of the road in Canada, while wearing safety belts is a must at all times. Some parts of the country have road signs in French, so it helps to know a few basic phrases. Drunk driving is a grave offence, and those with a previous record require a waiver before they can enter Canada. Motorists should also be on the lookout for wildlife such as deer, moose or caribou, crossing unexpectedly on country roads.Places to visit
The Canadian Rockies extend from British Columbia to New Mexico in the US, but the mountain range on Canada's side is perpetually snow-capped, making it uniquely Canadian. Niagara Falls at the southern tip of the country also crosses the border to the US. The roar of this expansive waterfall is a natural wonder and best viewed over land. At The Prairies, Canada's vast flatlands, visitors can see 180 degrees of clear blue skies all around.