The search options in the left form include pick-up/return date and time, desired car type, currency and location criteria. You can play with the options to find the vehicle best suited for your demands.
The address of the preset rental office 'Toronto - Downtown Center': 150 Cumberland St, Toronto, Toronto, M5R 1A8, On, Canada.
To change to another rental area in Toronto, simply use one of the following:
- change the preset location in the 'Pick-up' field in the left form;
- click on one of the links below;
- use the map of Toronto on this page.
Car and options choice. The search results indicate valid and final rental rates at the 'Toronto - Downtown Center' location. The rates are formed on the 'All included' principle. Presented prices do not include additional options, such as a GPS navigator, child seats, winter tires, etc. They can be added later on, during the last phase of the booking process.
Hiring conditions are different for each rental car in Canada. Therefore, before making a reservation, make sure you haveve read the conditions. The reservation is performed in three quick steps: searching for a car by location and rental dates, selecting desired vehicle and filling in the booking form. Upon reservation approval, you will receive a rental voucher via email.
Car pick-up. Upon arrival to the location 'Toronto - Downtown Center', provide the required documents specified in your voucher to the rental officer. Directly in the office, inspect the rental invoice carefully – should match with your voucher. Besides this, do not forget examine the car exterior carefully – all defects discovered at the pick-up time should be included in your rental document.
Car return. Make sure to return the vehicle within the specified timeframe and to adhere to the fuel conditions (return full or return empty).
OrangeSmile.com wishes you a pleasant and trouble-free driving in Canada!
1.It is comfortable to move around the city using public transport. However, take into account that traffic on the main streets can be difficult in rush hours. Taxis will be an alternative to public transport, but this option is not the best to travel long distances.
2. Those planning to rent a car have to remember about strict rules of the road and heavy fines for violations. During the trip, all passengers must fasten their seat belts; one of the most serious violations is driving while being drunk.
3. Toronto is a very cosmopolitan and welcoming city. Tourists always can ask local people or police officers who are on duty at all major streets for help. All important tourist information is also available at the hotel.
4. Most shops open no later than 10:00 am and serve visitors to 6:00 pm; in large department stores and shopping centers working day usually ends no earlier than 9:00 pm. Friday is a half-day; Sunday is a common day off, however, some souvenir shops can work seven days a week .
5. It is necessary to pay for goods and services with national currency; the exchange can be found in any bank. Many hotels have private exchange offices too. The latter can work around the clock, while banks serve customers on weekdays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. It should be noted that it can be quite difficult to exchange U.S. dollars in local banks, so it’s better to use traveler’s checks.
Read further: Toronto city guide
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