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Car Rental America

The United States is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world with plenty of attractions and points of interesting for visitors. In order to get the most of your trip to the US, you should book a cheap car hire and explore the country on you own terms. Exploring the US on a rented car promises to be an amazing travel experience and it offers you the chance to enjoy the convenience of seeing the country in your own style. Car rental is the perfect choice for business travelers and vacationers looking to enjoy a memorable experience in the United States.

Right Car Hire partners with a number of reliable car hire companies in the US that offers a wide range of vehicles ranging from luxury cars, economy cars and stylishly air conditioned cars designed to meet your requirements. Start your search now and book your cheap car rental with us for your trip to the US!

The United Stated is one of the world’s largest countries with an extensive land area. The United States is divided into 50 states. Alaska is the largest stat with an area of 1.7 million sq. km while Rhode Islands is the smallest state with an area of just 4,000 sq. km. The United States is about twice and one-half times the size of Western Europe. Home to one of the most diverse populations in the world, the United States has a relatively short history in comparison to other countries. With its capital in Washington, the country gained independence on July 4, 1776

Language

The United States of America does not have an official national language even though English is the most commonly spoken language in the country.

Climate

For the fact that mountain ranges in the country face the north-south direction, the United States experience varied climates in many different regions. The west coast features a mild climate because it is closely located to the ocean, while places such as Arizona and Nevada are always hot and dry because they are nestled on the sheltered side of mountain ranges.

Interesting Facts

  • Alaska is home to the country’s longest coastline stretching at 6,640 miles (10,686 km).
  • The western regions of the United States – Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah – are the only place in the world to find Bristlecone pine trees, renowned for being one of the oldest living thing on the face of the planet.
  • The United States is home to the world’s tallest mountain, Mauna Kea. The Mountain, which is about 32,000 feet (10,000 meters) high, is located in Hawaii
  • Visit the Oregon to see the Crater Lake, well known as the deepest lake in the country. It is also ranked seventh in the list of the deepest lakes in the world.

Getting in

The United States is home to some of the most beautiful holiday destinations on the face of the planet, and as such features some to the world’s busiest airports due to influx of visitors.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport 

Located few kilometers from the vibrant southern city of Atlanta, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International airport is the primary airport for international travelers to the south eastern region of the United Stated. It is one of the leading busiest airports in the United States serving millions of passengers annually.

John F. Kennedy International Airport

Considered the major airport serving the vibrant city of New York City, John F. Kennedy International Airport is one of the world’s busiest airport that serves travelers arriving and departing for several major cities across the world. The airport handles several domestic and international flights and it also serve as a hub for JetBlue Airways, American Airlines and Delta Airlines

San Francisco International Airport

Located in San Francisco, California, the San Francisco International Airport features three domestic terminals and one international terminal. it is considered the primary airport for visitors to and from Europe and Asia. After undergoing series of renovation, the airport reopened for operation in 2011 and ever since it has been a major gateway for west coast travelers. Renowned for being California’s second largest airport, San Francisco International Airport has one of the nation’s passenger-friendly terminals.

 

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