Standard (Honda Accord or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Montana.
Based on ratings and reviews from real users on KAYAK, the best car hire companies in Montana are Dollar (9.0, 115 reviews), Alamo (8.6, 224 reviews), and Enterprise Rent-A-Car (8.5, 193 reviews).
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On average a car hire in Montana costs $1,022 per week ($146 per day).
On average a car hire in Montana costs $4,378 per month ($146 per day).
Being one of the happiest nations on the planet, America has one of the most well-known and envied lifestyles in terms of carefree living. Montana is one of the most untamed, wild and natural cities in America. As you join the friendly and outgoing Americans in visiting some of the best destinations in Montana, diving into lakes and hiking to the tops of hills, you should hire a car for convenience and economic value. Public transportation choices, including trains, vans and buses, are always an option, but you would then have to worry about your luggage and the risk of missing the bus. Also, public transit expenses might mount up and end up being more expensive than hiring a car.
Driving around Montana is beautiful but equally risky. Long, twisting roads and unpredictable traffic can cause sketchy conditions. Fortunately, you can take several precautions to avoid collisions and keep both you and other road users safe. Despite having well-maintained roads, driving in Montana should be done with caution, especially during winter. The winter months are not the best time to travel, due to snow, black ice and decreased visibility. On the other hand, springtime brings with it wet roads. While summer is better, you’ll need to be extra cautious due to crowds and animals. All things considered, driving slowly and carefully is the ideal way to travel the highways of Montana. Check that everything is in working order before leaving with your hire car; this includes checking the radiator and everything else, from the tyre pressure to the brakes.
In Montana, you must be at least 21 to hire a car. However, there will be a surcharge and tougher hire terms for underage drivers. Most car hire companies charge a young driver fee on top of the regular car hire fee. This protects against the added risk of accident or damage. While young drivers are eligible to hire various car classes (such as compact and economy), companies generally have restrictions for luxury vehicles.
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