San Francisco International Airport Car Rental
San Francisco Airport car rental is your key to freedom. San Francisco, America’s Golden Gate City, it is home to iconic attractions like Alcatraz Island, Fisherman's Wharf and Golden Gate Park. Its downtown area shows its cultural richness and ts cafes and restaurants are just what you need to have a closer look at its local life. A rental car in San Francisco is like a freedom-pass that gets to anywhere, at the time of your choice. No searching for bus routes and hunting cheap taxis, with a car you can see all that you want at a price that you want.
A valid driver’s license is required and you must be 21 years or above - it is all that it takes to rent a car at San Francisco Airport. There are always other conditions with the deal that you must read carefully while placing a booking.
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What car category is best for my trip from SFO Airport?
A van, minivan or an SUV is a great choice if you are visiting National Parks of San Francisco. San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park and Golden Gate National Recreation Area are places people visit for a few days in the wilderness and enjoying activities like sailing, picnicking and some great views of the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge.
These car categories are also good for a family trip to nearby amusement parks like the Bay Area Amusement Park. Our 7-15 passenger van rentals are full of a variety of vehicles from all makes and models.
Convertibles and luxury cars are also popular, especially with road trippers willing to take a coastal drive. Economy, sedan, mini and compact cars are also offered with our San Francisco Airport car rental fleet.
Where to pick the rental car at SFO Airport?
Car rental booths are not in the airport terminals, but in the Rental Car Center or RCC, a few meters away from the airport.
If you have the return flight at SFO only, drop the car rental at RCC and board the train to reach the terminal from where you are supposed to take your flight.
We offer car rental solutions for every occasion
Hundreds and thousands of people rent cars at SFO Airport during the holiday season. Car rental companies make it a point that people get the best out of their holiday money, and special vacation rental rates are offered during Easter, Christmas, New Year and summers.
Unlike vacation people, business travelers frequent San Francisco Airport all year round. San Francisco is home to many businesses and companies, and a lot of people out of state visit this bubbling miix of opportunities. As per their needs, business people rent cars for a day, a few weeks and even at long-term basis.
Road trips from San Francisco
Feel like going on a road trip from San Francisco? We have a few suggestions:
- Los Angeles: The road trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles is 383 miles long and dotted with a great many stops that you can visit to break the drive time. What to see? The answer to this question depends on whether you want a 2 day trip, 4 or a 10 day trip. Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and Morro Bay are the cities or places you can add to your itinerary while driving to LA.
- San Diego: The trip from San Francisco to San Diego takes more than 7 hours. The 501 miles drive makes for a perfect 10 or 14 day trip. 4 or 5 days trip can also be considered a good option, but not less than that. Laguna Beach, Los Angeles, Malibu, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Carmel, Monterey, and Santa Cruz are the places you can visit on the way from San Diego to SF or vice versa.
- Vegas: The drive from San Francisco to Las Vegas makes for a week’s long trip. The drive takes more than 8 hours and the 569 miles of land provides a lot of places that you may visit, like San Jose, Merced, Harris Ranch Inn & Restaurant, Bakersfield, Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas.
After a long road trip, people drop-off their cars at the final destinations of their drives. You can book a one-way rental for that. Los Angeles Airport, Vegas Airport and San Diego Airport are the major rental places where people drop their cars.