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Book Payless car hires in Toronto

Pick-up
Midday
Drop-off
Midday
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Guest reviews

Overall rating

6.6 Good
Based on 2,659 reviews

Cleanliness
7.7

Comfort
7.5

Pick-up/Drop-off
6.8

Value for money
7.9

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Where can I find Payless hire cars in Toronto?

33 Carlson Court, Payless car rentals

Address

33 Carlson Court

Hours

Monday 07:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 07:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 07:00 - 20:00
Thursday 07:00 - 20:00
Friday 07:00 - 20:00
Saturday 08:00 - 20:00
Sunday 08:00 - 20:00

Phone

+1 416 863 8444

Top tips for renting a car from Payless in Toronto

  • Full-size car hires from Payless in Toronto are around 49% cheaper than other car types, on average

FAQs about renting a car from Payless in Toronto

What is the most popular car hire from Payless in Toronto?

Intermediate (Hyundai Elantra or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type from Payless in Toronto.

How many car hire locations does Payless have in Toronto?

Payless has 1 car hire location in Toronto. Take a look at our Payless hire location map to find the best car hires near you.

Does Payless have a car hire location at the airport: Pearson Intl airport (YYZ)?

Yes

Does Payless offer shuttle or airport pick-up services from Pearson Intl airport (YYZ)?

No (according to our data)

Does Payless have a car hire location at the airport: Toronto Island airport (YTZ)?

No (according to our data)

Does Payless offer shuttle or airport pick-up services from Toronto Island airport (YTZ)?

No (according to our data)

Does Payless have a car hire location at the airport: Kitchener-Waterloo airport (YKF)?

No (according to our data)

Does Payless offer shuttle or airport pick-up services from Kitchener-Waterloo airport (YKF)?

No (according to our data)