Car Rentals Elko
Cheap Car Rentals Elko
We have a wide variety of cars to rent in Elko, Nevada. If you’re looking for a sporty car that can take you on the highway or an SUV that will help you get through any terrain, we’ve got it covered. We also have a selection of vans and trucks if you need something bigger to fit your family or cargo.
Whether you’re coming here for business or leisure, we want to make sure you have the best experience possible when renting from us. That’s why we offer easy online reservations and pick-up/drop-off locations throughout the city. You can even choose where you want your car delivered—we’ve got options at hotels and airports!
Our goal is to make renting from us as stress-free as possible. When you rent from us, we’ll take care of everything: from insurance and maintenance to gas refills and cleaning fees. So whether you’re planning a weekend getaway or going on a road trip across state lines, let us take care of all the details while you enjoy your trip!
Elko, Nevada is a city in the state of Nevada. It’s the county seat of Elko County and the largest city in northeastern Nevada. The city is located along Interstate 80 at the edge of the Great Basin and High Desert, approximately 195 miles east of Reno and 285 miles northeast of Las Vegas.
Elko is the center for commerce, culture, and government for northeastern Nevada, southern Idaho, and western Utah. As of the 2010 census, its population was 18,281.
Elko was founded in 1869 as a stagecoach station along the Overland Stage Line. It was named after Francis Marion “Borax” Smith who was instrumental in opening up communication from California to Salt Lake City in 1864.
The town soon became an important railroad center for the mines in Ruby Valley, where silver and gold were discovered in 1863. The town has served as a stopping point for travelers ever since it was established as a stop on the Pony Express route.
In 1941, construction began on nearby Wendover Army Air Base (now known as Wendover Range), which became one of three B-17 bomber bases in Utah during World War II and was used extensively during both world wars by pilots who flew training missions out over