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Florida Transport & Car Hire
Next Day Car Hire Service

Arriving in Orlando after a long journey and then having to queue for a rental car and then negotiate the Orlando road system and traffic can be daunting and stressful. Florida Transport can take this stress away with our Next Day Car Hire Service.

We will meet you at the the airport and drive you to your villa the day you arrive. On the way to your villa we will stop at a local grocery store for about 15-20 minutes so you can pick up some essential items as you may have nothing in your villa. We will even offer to arrange a take away for you. If you need to collect keys from a management office, this will also be included in your price. Basically we will ensure that you have all you need to settle in your first night here in Orlando. The following day, we will collect you from your villa and take you to a local car rental office to collect your hire car that you have booked through us.

Collecting your car at a local office rather than at the airport is a much more relaxed and stress free alternative to queuing at the airport car rental desks after a long flight with your family, your luggage and with the hundreds of other people doing the same thing!

Contact us with your travel dates and your car hire preferences and let us do the rest.

Think us as your Travel Concierge in Florida!
The United States of America are so vast that hiring a car is a must. Anyone who wants to fully appreciate a State like Florida, will quickly realise that many of its breathtaking beauty spots are accessible only by car.

Car rental lets you plan your own round of sight seeing, or business meetings, according to your own agenda.

Popular car hire companies include Alamo and Dollar who are based at Orlando airport. Care should be taken when renting a car to ensure that the pickup and dropoff are at the airport.

Driving Tips

  • Buckle up! Florida law does require that you wear a seatbelt.

  • State law requires the use of headlights in the rain.

  • You can turn right on red, unless signs say otherwise.

  • They're not kidding, posted speed limits are enforced!

  • In an emergency you can reach the Florida Highway Patrol on a cell phone by dialing *FHP.

  • You must have a Florida handicap permit to park in handicap parking areas.

  • Permits from other states are honored, but a disabled license plate alone won't do.
  • Be alert to slippery road conditions when it rains (aka Florida ice).

  • Remember to allow for rush hour traffic between 7-9am and 4-6pm on weekdays.

  • In addition to the thousands of people heading to the theme parks, many local residents are going to be heading to work also. To avoid disappointments be sure to factor in any possible delays into your time schedule.

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