Car Rentals Vancouver
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Rent a car in Vancouver, WA with BestCarRentalDealsUS.com and get the best rates on your car rental. Our cars are always clean and ready to go when you arrive at the airport terminal. We have a great selection of both luxury and economy vehicles that range from compact cars to sedans, vans, and SUVs. You can even get a pickup truck or minivan if you need more space for your group! Cheap Car Rentals Walla Walla
Our staff will help find the perfect car for your needs and make sure everything is taken care of before you leave the lot. We know that sometimes things go wrong with rentals so we offer 24-hour customer service so that you can reach us whenever you need us most!
We also provide a free shuttle service from Vancouver International Airport (YVR) and offer parking options near our locations so that you can save money on parking fees while still being able to drive safely away from busy streets full of traffic jams or construction zones in downtown Vancouver area – where most people choose to park their cars while visiting this beautiful city!
Vancouver is a city in Clark County, Washington. It is the second-largest city in the state, with a population of 161,791 as of the 2010 census. Vancouver has been named one of the most livable cities in America by Places Rated Almanac and Forbes magazine.
Vancouver is located in the Pacific Northwest at the mouth of the Columbia River, about 95 miles (153 km) north of Portland and 145 miles (233 km) south of Seattle. The city’s location was chosen for its proximity to major sea trade routes and its accessibility to shipbuilding resources. Cheap Car Rentals Wenatchee
The settlement began as a point for fur trading, which was organized by American and European companies after 1808 when a group of American trappers led by Peter Skene Ogden was hired by the British Hudson’s Bay Company to hunt for beaver and otter in the area. Beaver had been trapped for their pelts since early as 1620 when French explorer Samuel Champlain reported seeing them near Portage Bay at Fort Astoria. The establishment of Fort Vancouver on May 23, 1824, formalized this activity as trade in what would become British Columbia.