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    Start comparing quotes in Indiana to find a great deal for your rental with USA Rental Cars. We work with the best rental car providers in Indiana, and now you can look at prices side-by-side, all in one place. Travelers will see airport and train station pick-up selections in addition to a wide variety of additional office locations in top cities like Carmel, Indianapolis, and Fort Wayne. Considering a one-way car rental? You can pick up in Fort Wayne and drop off in Indianapolis or even go to Illinois.

    With a car rental in Indiana, little is off-limits. With so much to explore and do, you'll be happy you are in charge of your schedule and allow for some spontaneity. From economy to full-size SUVs and vans, we've got the perfect automobile for all of your needs. Reserve and save on your car with USA Rental Cars today.

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    We work together with auto rental companies in all 50 states in the USA. Regardless if you are getting ready for a flight, arriving by train, or just searching for a rental for a road trip, we have a hassle-free pick-up location for you. Find greatly reduced rates in Indiana from all of these companies plus more; get started comparing today.

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    See More of Indiana with a Rental Car

    Indiana is covered for the most part by plains. A good part of the state has little rugged terrain and fertile soil, which stimulated agriculture in the region. Today, Indiana is a large producer of wheat and corn in the United States. Its strategic location gave it great importance throughout the 19th century, during the expansion movement westward towards the Pacific coast, for which it adopted the official motto The Crossroads of America.

    Tour the City of Indianapolis
    Visit Indianapolis - Indianapolitans pride themselves on their rich cultural heritage. The Indianapolis government has made several initiatives in recent years to increase the allocation of resources to the arts and culture. At the beginning of 1999, the city became host to the Indy Jazz Festival. It is a three-day event held in the Military Park near the canal. Among the celebrities who have participated are: B.B. King, Aretha Franklin, Bruce Hornsby, Béla Fleck, Flecktones, Kool and the Gang, Ray Charles, The Temptations, Dave Brubeck, Emmylou Harris, Chris Isaak, Jonny Lang, Norah Jones.
    Visit Fort Wayne - Fort Wayne, the administrative seat of the County of Allen, is a city in the northeast of the state of Indiana, the United States. It is the second-largest city in the state after Indianapolis and is followed by Gary. In 2007, the city had an estimated population of 248,637 inhabitants, ranking 70 among the largest cities in the country. In 2005 the population of its metropolitan area was 565,606 inhabitants. It is located almost equidistant from the cities of Chicago (Illinois), Cincinnati (Ohio), and Detroit (Michigan), which has historically served to be an important transportation and communications center in the region. It is located a few kilometers north of the upper reaches of the Wabash River, a tributary of the Ohio River, in turn, a tributary of the Mississippi.

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    Visit Evansville - Evansville is a city located in the US state of Indiana, specifically in Vanderburgh County, south of the same state, on the right bank of the Ohio River that separates it from Kentucky. It has an average altitude of 118 m s. n. m. and is located 233 km from Indianapolis and 408 km from Fort Wayne. According to the 2010 census, the city was the third-largest city by population in the US state of Indiana and the largest city in southern Indiana, with a total population of 117,429. It is the county seat of Vanderburgh. The city was founded in 1812, is situated on a bend in the Ohio River, and is often referred to as "the city of the river." One of the most popular attractions in the region is Casino Aztar. Evansville is also home to the University of Evansville and the University of Southern Indiana.

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