Although car hire in Canada is not cheap for solo travellers, it is the perfect way for groups and families to explore the breathtaking landscape of the world's second-biggest country. With Canada car hire from Nova, you can savour the grandeur at your own pace.
Car Hire Canada
Spectacular. Magnificent. Awesome. These are words you will use a lot when you take a car hire trip around Canada. A jaw-dropping 10 million square kilometres of epic mountains, endless skies, and giant glaciers, Canada has more breath-taking scenery than you could pack into a hundred car hire trips. And the wildlife here is simply unrivalled: Expect close encounters with grizzly bear, moose, polar bear, and humpback whales. Canada is certainly somewhere you won't forget.
Why Should I Book Car Hire in Canada with Nova?
Take the confusion out of car hire with a quote from Nova Car Hire. We negotiate hugely discounted rates from the worldâ€™s leading car hire providers to deliver quality car hire at exceptionally low rates for our customers in 26,000 locations worldwide - including dozens of Canadian car hire locations.
Car Hire Requirements in Canada
When collecting your hire car in Canada, make sure to have your full driving licence and booking confirmation voucher with you. The main driver must pay the balance (rate less deposit) using their own credit card. Keep your licence, proof of insurance, and vehicle registration documents in the rental car at all times.
Airports in Canada
Bearing in mind its scale and relative isolation, it's hardly surprising that Canada has hundreds of airports. Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal Trudeau international airports are the busiest, but other major airports in Canada include Calgary, Edmonton, and Ottawa international airports.
Canada Driving Rules & Regulations
When driving your rental car in Canada, remember to drive on the right and always wear your seatbelt, whether driving or a passenger. Driving distances may be greater than those you are used to, so ensure to bring food and water and adequate fuel for long journeys, particularly in winter, when road closures may lead to unexpected detours. Check which provinces require winter tyres, and watch out for large animals straying onto the roads in more remote areas. You can find a more complete guide to driving in Canada on our blog.
I Have More Questions, Who Do I Ask?
Do not hesitate to contact us by phone, email, or post with any queries, or if you would prefer one of our car rental agents to book a rental car for you.