You can’t drive your car into Boise without some serious travel experience, and if you’ve never had a car rental before, it can be a bit daunting to find a car you like and can afford.
But if you’re ready to get your feet wet with the city, we’ve got you covered.
Here are some things you should know before you sign up.
Where to start If you’re new to the car rental scene in Boise, it’s worth taking a look at the various car rental companies.
We’ve listed them in alphabetical order.
The big brands: Zipcar (formerly Zipcar Rewards) Zipcar has been around since 2006, and has been one of the main drivers of the car-rental boom in the US.
They offer a wide range of vehicles, ranging from compact cars to sedans, SUVs and crossovers.
Most people rent their cars at this point, but if you do want to make a long-term commitment to a vehicle, you can choose to have your car picked up at one of their car-hailing stations (they’ll even send you a free receipt).
You’ll also find Zipcar cars available to rent from many different car rental agencies.
The smaller brands: CarRental (formerly Citi) CarRentals are mostly owned by big brands, like Toyota, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, but they also offer car rentals to small businesses and individuals.
Their fleet ranges from two to 50 cars, depending on the location and the services they offer.
They typically rent out a car at a rate of $150-250 per day.
The rental fee ranges from $150 for one day to $300 per day for a full-service car rental.
The vehicles include a Toyota Prius, Mercedes-AMG GT, BMW 4 Series and many others.
The cheapest rental fee for a two-bedroom apartment in Boise is $1,000, and it’ll run you $2,000-4,000 per month depending on how many days you choose to stay in Boise.
CarRenting also offers car rentals in cities outside Boise such as Seattle and Portland, Oregon, as well as the city of Las Vegas.
You can choose between a BMW 3 Series or 4 Series for your car, and they also rent out sedans.
The biggest brands: Hertz (formerly Hertz Direct) Hertz has been operating in Boise since 2006 and now offers a wide variety of cars to rent for short or long-distance trips.
They charge an average of $2 per day, but you can get a discount on the full-price rate by booking through their app, booking through the website or calling 1-800-Hertz directly.
If you do decide to rent a car, Hertz usually recommends getting the latest model of car as they usually have more reliable vehicles than the ones they used to rent.
The largest brands: RentalCar (formerly Rental Car Rewards) Rentals are usually cheaper than Zipcar and CarRents, but the rates can vary significantly.
If your budget is tight, you might want to look into car rental agency Blue Cross.
Rentals usually run $300 to $400 per day and include car insurance, but Blue Cross charges $50-60 per day depending on what you choose.
The leasing company typically only picks up cars in their area, but it will usually rent out your car at its location in Boise for $250 per car.
The car rental company has more than 500 locations in the United States, and is available for reservations via phone and in-person.
The lowest rate for a one-bedroom unit in Boise will be $400, while a two bedroom apartment in the city will set you back $2.95 per day ($450 for the two bedroom unit).
The biggest companies: Renty.com (formerly Renty) Renty has a great range of car rental vehicles available to lease to anyone who is interested.
They also offer an easy to use app that allows you to book a rental, rent a vehicle from a variety of agencies, track your rental history and compare rates.
Rental cars will cost you $200 per day or $250 for the entire month if you book through the app.
Rents will run between $500 and $1.25 per day per car, depending upon the location, and are typically based on the distance from the rental location to the rental vehicle.
Renty also offers a number of car-sharing services, which means that they’ll also offer you a chance to earn rewards points and points for using the services.
If it’s a great deal, you’ll likely earn a few points each month and be able to rent more cars than you normally would.
The most expensive car rental fees are for a Mercedes-Mitsubishi GTR (which has a range of over $150,000), a BMW X5, a Range Rover and