Car Rentals Pennsylvania
Cheap Car Rentals Pennsylvania
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Our fleet includes a range of vehicles including compact cars such as the Nissan Versa, midsize cars such as the Toyota Camry and full-size sedans such as the Ford Taurus. We also offer luxury SUVs like the Cadillac Escalade and Chrysler 300C as well as minivans like Nissan Quest and Chrysler Town & Country. If you are looking for something larger than our minivans but smaller than a full-size SUV or sedan then our mid-size crossover models such as Hyundai Santa Fe Sport could be exactly what you need!
We understand that every traveler has different needs so we take pride in offering a variety of vehicles with different features so you can find one that fits your needs perfectly! Take advantage of our online booking system today!
Pennsylvania is a U.S. state located in the Northeastern and Middle Atlantic regions of the country. It is the sixth most densely populated state, with 9,717,920 residents in 2018. The state borders Delaware and Maryland to its south, West Virginia to its southwest, New York to its west, New Jersey to its north, and Lake Erie and Ontario, Canada to its east.
The name Pennsylvania means “Penn’s woods”, referring to William Penn, the state’s founder. Originally part of the British Crown Colony of New York (1664–1776), Pennsylvania was one of the 13 colonies that revolted against British rule in favor of independence in 1776. The colony’s name was given by John Smith while exploring what is now New York harbor around 1614; he named it after Prince William IV who had just married Princess Anne at St James’s Palace in London on November 3rd 1689.
Pennsylvania has been a keystone state for over three centuries as a key part of early American expansion into the North American continent and then later as a keystone in building out other states from its own territory.