Car Rentals King of Prussia
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We are a car rental company located in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. We offer both short and long-term rentals for individuals or groups, as well as corporate packages. All of our vehicles are kept in prime condition, and we have an expert team of mechanics who work hard to keep them running smoothly. If a problem does arise, we will be there to fix it quickly so that you can get back on the road again.
We offer pickup and drop-off at many locations throughout the city. Just let us know where you need to go and what time frame you have in mind—we’ll do all the rest! Call us today or visit our website.
King of Prussia is a census-designated place in Upper Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is a major business and shopping destination in the region with several malls and office complexes. The town’s population was 28,390 at the 2010 census.
The area that would become King of Prussia was once part of the Welsh Tract, an area along the Schuylkill River Valley that was settled by Quakers beginning in 1681. In 1719, William Clark bought 3,000 acres (12 km2) of land from William Penn to build a mill. The area was known as Clark’s Ferry and later Clark’s Landing.
In 1732, Nicholas Scull established a tavern at what is now the corner of Valley Forge and State Roads in King of Prussia. On May 1, 1734, he opened a store there which sold food and clothing to travelers on their way to Philadelphia from New Jersey. This store became known as Scull’s Tavern at Bush Hill.
In 1802 Jacob Rodenmayer purchased land from William Lukens for 33 cents an acre to build a forge which he named “King of Prussia”. The name comes from Frederick II the Great whose nickname was “King of Prussia”.