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At BestCarRentalDealsUS.com, we believe that your car rental experience should be easy, convenient, and fun. That’s why we offer a wide selection of cars at affordable rates in Round Rock, Texas.

Our philosophy is simple: We want to make it as easy as possible for you to get from point A to point B with your car rental. That means no hidden fees, no waiting in line at the counter, and no hidden charges for additional drivers. Whether you need a car for a day or a week, our friendly staff will help you find the right vehicle for the job and get you on your way quickly and easily.

We have an extensive fleet of late model vehicles available at our Round Rock location including:

  • – Sedans
  • – SUVs & Trucks
  • – Minivans

Round Rock is a city located in Williamson County, Texas, United States. The population was 107,755 at the 2000 census and grew to 126,811 in 2010. Round Rock is an enclave of Austin and is part of the Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos MSA. Round Rock was named after the large rock formation on the south bank of Brushy Creek.

The large “round rock” marked a convenient meeting place on the trail from San Antonio to Bastrop. In 1851, a fort was built by Edwin Waller who used it as both his home and a base for his surveying activities. In 1855, Mr. Waller sold some of his land to Benjamin Franklin Doolittle and his wife, Sarah Doolittle. After receiving title to this land in 1857, Mrs. Doolittle completed repairs on the fort and moved in with her husband.

During the Civil War, Williamson County was one of the few counties in Texas to vote against secession from the Union. However, despite this fact, they did not join other Union supporters when they fled northward to Kansas and Oklahoma during Reconstruction. Instead they remained in Williamson County and worked towards rebuilding their homes and communities rather than joining those who had left for Kansas or Oklahoma

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