$34 - $62
$53 - $101
$33 - $50
The cheapest time to rent a car in Raleigh is in January. The price is 16% lower than the rest of the year at just USD 37 per day. The most expensive month is July. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider renting an economy car in February. If you need more room for your family, larger vehicles with 6+ seats are typically cheapest in January. The price of a car rental in Raleigh can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your rental car.
|Most popular||Enterprise||Enterprise gives you the cheapest deals in 10 locations around the city|
|Most locations||Enterprise||Enterprise gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 10 locations|
|Frankie's Fun Park||2.8 mi|
|PNC Arena||6.4 mi|
|Crabtree Valley Mall||6.5 mi|
|Carter-Finley Stadium||6.6 mi|
|North Carolina Museum of Art||6.7 mi|
|Frankie's Fun Park||65 mi|
|PNC Arena||71 mi|
|Carter-Finley Stadium||71 mi|
|J.S. Dorton Arena||72 mi|
|North Carolina Museum of Art||72 mi|
|Walnut Creek Amphitheatre||55 mi|
|Raleigh Convention Center||55 mi|
|Red Hat Amphitheater||56 mi|
|North Carolina State University||56 mi|
|Marbles Kids Museum||56 mi|
Good - 7.3 (12 reviews)
In January to date, 6,379 momondo users have searched for cheap car rental in Raleigh.
For February in Raleigh, the average price from these searches for a weekend rental was $39 - but some users found deals as low as $19. For a week-long rental, the lowest price was $27, with more options around the $46 mark.
Recently, 70% of users were looking to rent from Raleigh-Durham. These users can expect to pay an average of $56 from a supplier at this airport in February.
The most popular supplier in Raleigh next month is Thrifty, which provided the best rental deal for users 31% of the time, followed by Major Agency and Dollar.
If you are renting a car, motorcycle or van in Raleigh, be aware that the current speed limit on expressways is 74 mph. For undivided highways, the limit drops to 74 mph. For urban areas such as towns and cities, the limit is usually 24 mph.
The law addressing driving under the influence states that 0.1% BAC is the legal limit for operating a vehicle in Raleigh.
Raleigh has a road quality network score of 5.7 and ranks #14 in the world. A score of 1 indicates a lower quality and 7 is the highest quality. This compares to US which scores 5.7 for road quality and ranks #14 in the world. It is likely however that roads will vary regionally and the score may not be representative for the exact location you visit.
The right side of the road is used to drive on in Raleigh.