Car Rentals Santa Barbara
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We are a company that is dedicated to providing you with the best service possible. We have a large selection of vehicles and will be able to find one that meets your needs. Our staff is friendly and knowledgeable about all of our vehicles, so they can help you choose the right one. If you need us to drop off or pick up your vehicle at a specific location, we will do it for free.
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Santa Barbara is a city in California, United States. It is located on the Pacific coast of the state’s Central Coast, approximately northwest of Los Angeles and south of San Francisco. The city lies between Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. The region’s climate is warm and sunny, with an average of 310 sunshine hours per year.
The population was 95,516 at the 2010 census. The city was founded in 1782 by Spanish missionaries, who built Mission Santa Barbara, and was as part of Alta California until 1846, when it became part of Mexico. In 1848, it became part of the United States following the Mexican-American War and California’s brief independence from Mexico. After being incorporated in 1850, the city grew extensively through annexations that included parts of adjacent cities and communities.
The economy of Santa Barbara is driven by a tourism industry that caters to over 3 million visitors per year and provides over 10 percent of local jobs. The city is also a center of research; its main campus houses one of the larger concentration of academics in Southern California with more than 2,500 researchers across various disciplines including engineering, law, medicine, social sciences and business among others as well as several thousand undergraduate students attending University of California Santa Barbara