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Rating of rental supplier in Illinois

Average customer ratings for rental car provider in Illinois:

4.7 from 5 (124 ratings)

(4.3 from 5)
Very satisfied, will use again
Rating of Kai E.- 07/22/2015 04:17 AM
(4.2 from 5)
Chose to pick-up the car at my hotel, very handy!
Rating of Ivan G.- 07/22/2015 15:13 PM
(4.6 from 5)
Renting a car for our weekend trip was super easy and quick.
Rating of Kristi F.- 07/23/2015 01:22 AM
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Rental Car Illinois

There are many reasons why people choose car hire Illinois. Illinois is known for its great attraction sites

such as the Navy Pier, Millenium Park, Abraham Lincoln Presidential library and Museum, Shedd

Aquarium among others. It also prides itself as the greatest state for sports and home to iconic legends

such as Michael Jordan.

Car rental Illinois provides a perfect way to reach any of these destinations with ease. There are

different prices for set out for Car Hire Illinois but comparing prices at Europcar, AutoEscape or Hertz can help you settle on a good deal.

About Illinois

Illinois is the sixth most populous city and 25th most extensive in the United States. The state is a major

transportation hub for the Midwest and it is served by Chicago O’Hare international airport and Illinois

high speed rail such as the Lincoln service and Michigan line. The state also stands high in oil production,

agriculture, coal mining and manufacturing.

Much of the land in Illinois is flat but features plains in the southern, northern and western sections.

With the states geographical position as well as the long north-south axis, Illinois experiences regional

variations in temperature with hot summers (of temperatures up to 74 °F) and cold winters (of

temperatures up to 22 °F).

Exploring Illinois with Your Rental Car

Taking a rental car Illinois is the best way to catch some of the stunning sites as a family or group of

friend. Take a trip down southern Illinois to the Cahokia Mounds and explore the remnants of the

ancient Native American civilization. The Shawnee National Forest is also a great place to visit thanks to

the surroundings of tree-topped plains and geological formations. Other attraction such as the Garden

of the Gods and Burden Falls offers sublime views of a true American treasure.

Located less than two hours south of Chicago is the starved rock state park. This is a pre-historic site that dates back to 8,000 BC, and is home to 13 miles of hiking trail as well as abundance of wildlife. There are also plenty of exciting things to do. For instance, you can pitch a tent on the campgrounds for a restful gataway, catch a view of the waterfalls and hike through the trail.

Make a stop at Springfield and check out the complete and authentic Abraham Lincoln sites that will

take you back in the legends Footsteps. Explore the breath taking adventures of Route 66 as well as the

magnificence of the Frank Lloyd-Wright Dana-Thomas House. Your trip won’t be complete without a

stopping at Galena. This is a historic modern Illinois district located near Iowa state line and Mississippi

River. Hot air ballooning and horseback riding are just a few way for you to get entertained.

Road Trip Illinois

Take a road trip with Rental Car Illinois and explore the beauty that lies in the state. Cruise along the

National Road extending 164 miles from Marshall to East St.Louis. This road goes down in history as the

first road to be built by federal funds setting the pace by which the country’s highway system is mapped

out. Take guided tours off the state house and halls that were once occupied by Abraham Lincoln.

Your journey should not end without a cruise along the Great River Road that is parallel to the mighty

Mississippi river, starting in Galena. Before setting your journey down south take time to shop along

Galena’s main street and admire the 19 th century building along the road. Along the Mississippi, you will get to see the Lewis and Clark State Historic Site which was the first historic site on the Lewis and Clark heritage trail.