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Ultimate Guide to Cheap Long-Term Car Rentals


Do you need a rental car for a month or more? Landing a cheap long-term car rental can be easier said than done. While a rental car company may provide a quote on a months-long rental, your personal car insurance may not cover you for more than 31 days.

But fear not. Our handy guide will help you find both the car—and affordable insurance—you need.

3 Options for Long-Term Car Rentals

When it comes to renting a car for more than a month, your options generally fall into four categories. You can rent from a traditional rental car company. Next, you could try a ride-sharing company like Turo. Finally, you can pick up an unwanted car lease.

Long-Term Rental from a Car Rental Company

Renting a car long-term from the major rental companies can be more expensive than other options. Importantly, most rental companies offer discounted long-term rates that are lower than their weekly rates. The rate may also include discounted insurance, but the overall price will likely be high.

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Long-Term Car Rental from Turo

In addition, you can opt to go with a peer-to-peer marketplace. Turo is the Airbnb of car sharing where anyone aged 21 or older can rent out his own car for a day to up to a year.



Long-Term Car Lease Transfer

If you’re looking for a car for just a few months, it might be wisest to avoid rentals altogether and pick up an unwanted car lease.

LeaseTrader and Swap-a-Lease are online marketplaces that connect folks who are looking for a lease with those wanting to get out of one. In general, both services tend to list cars with many months left. But you can sometimes find short-term leases, too.



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