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Don't Scrimp on Quality or Customer Service from Your Car Rental in Los Angeles

Considering how much time you're likely to spend behind the wheel of your Los Angeles car rental, you really should rent the best by going to California Rent-A-Car

LOS ANGELES, June 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The folks at California Rent-A-Car, local leader for car rental in Los Angeles, know a thing or two about what makes The Golden State so gilded. However, most of the state's roads aren't on that list. While Los Angeles is a densely-packed metropolis, the greater Los Angeles area is less like a compact megacity along the lines of New York or Hong Kong, and more of a sprawling, compound city along the lines of Berlin or Tokyo. The southernmost part of Los Angeles proper is San Pedro, Los Angeles' port district, but the spot furthest North, near Ventura County, is all of 50 miles away, connected by some of the most famous, and famously congested, freeways on Earth. Consequently, car rental is a vital decision for visitors, since your time in Los Angeles is going to include a lot of time on the road no matter if you're seeking a weekend or monthly car rental. At California Rent-A-Car, they're here to make sure you have a fantastic experience, despite some of Los Angeles' more un-fantastic aspects.

Simply put, no specialty car rental agency offering rent a car in Los Angeles can boast the wide selection of excellent automobiles California Rent-A-Car routinely supplies to rent-a-car shoppers.

When it comes to luxury, California Rent-A-Car spans a wide range of makes, rather than offering a limited—and brand-loyal selection—like some other auto rental agencies. California Rent-A-Car offers the Mercedes E350, a go-to vehicle for business travelers. Those with a taste for fun and high fashion in their luxury cars often select the Audi A6. The Lexus GS350 and more are also available. But the new all-electric Tesla S is available from California Rent-A-Car as well, and nothing is more luxurious than having the latest, sleekest, and most talked about machine around.

If it's carrying capacity or ruggedness you're after, you may be considering an SUV. Get into the driver's seat of a Ford Expedition, or new Toyota 4Runner, and you're sure to feel like the king or queen of the road perched all the way up there, surveying L.A.'s freeways from above. Those with a large number of kids in the backseat however, often turn to the well-known safety of the Volvo XC90. Additionally, while not an SUV, the Mercedes Benz Sprinter, with its staggering 12-passenger capacity is a cross between luxury and family friendliness. Get one and you're sure to please your traveling sports team, group of colleagues or family reunion.

Don't forget that in addition to Los Angeles' most diverse selection of quality cars, California Rent-A-Car is known most of all for customer service. The staff at California Rent-A-Car is among the most highly trained bunch of car rental professionals you'll ever meet. Not only are they eager to keep your rental experience brisk, and get you on your way as quickly as possible. You're also more than welcome to ask them questions and request recommendations. California Rent-A-Car's staff is happy to give an opinion, or help you make the perfect choice when you're shopping for a rental car for your California visit.

California Rent-A-Car can be reached by phone at 310-477-8080 or you can visit their website at

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