Car Rentals New Hampshire
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BestCarRentalDealsUS.com is your one-stop shop for all your car rental needs. We offer a wide range of vehicles and brands, so you can be sure to find the perfect car to fit your needs. With the largest fleet in the area, we are able to offer our customers the best deals on all types of vehicles.
Our inventory includes sedans, SUVs, minivans, sports cars, convertibles and trucks. Our fleet is always changing so that we can offer customers the latest models at affordable prices. You can also rent vans from us if you need extra space for your vacation or road trip.
We have numerous locations throughout New Hampshire so that our customers can easily access us no matter where they live in the state. Our locations include Keene and Nashua on the north side of New Hampshire; Concord on the south side of New Hampshire; Dover and Portsmouth on the east coast; and Manchester in central New Hampshire. When you rent a car from us, we will deliver it directly to your location!
We offer competitive rates on all our vehicles with no hidden fees or surcharges added onto your bill at checkout–so there’s no need to worry about paying more than what was agreed upon when reserving online through us.
New Hampshire is a state in the New England region of the United States. The state’s nickname is “The Granite State,” and its state capital is Concord. The largest city in the state is Manchester. It was one of the original thirteen colonies that formed the United States.
New Hampshire was first settled by Europeans at Odiorne Point, a narrow isthmus between the Piscataqua River and the Atlantic Ocean. The first European settlers came to New Hampshire in 1623, when a group of fishermen from England established a village at Islip (now Dover). The Province of Massachusetts Bay claimed all land between the Merrimack and Connecticut rivers as far west as Narragansett Bay in 1635, but it did not settle New Hampshirites until 1638.
New Hampshire was named after the southern English county of Hampshire by Captain John Mason. He named it after his native county of Hampshire in England, which itself was named after “South Hampton,” a village in East Sussex. In 1774, John Wentworth created Rockingham County from parts of Strafford County; it became an independent state with its own constitution in 1842.