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When you’re visiting New York, there are many things that you have to consider. Whether it’s finding the right hotel, making sure you get tickets to the right shows, or planning out your shopping spree, there’s a lot to do. One thing that might slip your mind is getting around town. But with [company name], all your transportation needs are covered!
At BestCarRentalDealsUS.com, we make it easy to rent a car in Queens, New York. Our staff will help you find the perfect rental car for any occasion—from small cars that can fit into tight spaces and save on gas mileage to SUVs that offer room for everyone and everything you need on your trip. We also offer vans and trucks if you need extra space for cargo or pets.
Our fleet includes some of the most popular models from all major brands like Toyota, Chevy and Ford so you know when you rent from us, you’ll always get the best value for your money. And since we have more than 100 locations across North America—including Queens—we’re never far away when you need us most!
Queens, New York is a borough of New York City, located to the west of Manhattan. It is bordered by Brooklyn to the north and northwest, by Nassau County to the east, and by Suffolk County to the south. Queens is the most ethnically diverse county in the United States and is one of the most densely populated places in the world.
Queens has an estimated population of 2,358,578 as of 2019 with a population density of 117 people per square mile (45/km²) – almost twice that of Manhattan island alone.
The name “Queens” derives from a portmanteau of “Cunina”, the name given to Long Island by Dutch explorers in 1614; it seems to have been derived from a Native American word meaning “island.”
The area now comprising Queens was once part of a single town or village named “Vlissingen” (Flushing). In 1643, Flushing merged with another village called Rechteren (now known as Newtown). The combined village became known simply as Newtown. In 1664, Newtown was renamed as Middleburgh in honor of Dutch property owner Johannes de Middelaer. As part of New Netherland, the settlement continued to grow at its original location