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    Kentucky Rental Cars

    Start comparing quotes in Kentucky to get a great deal for your upcoming car rental with USA Rental Cars. We partner with the most trusted car rental providers in Kentucky, and now you can review quotes side by side, all in one place. Renters will see airport and train station pick-up options along with a wide variety of other office locations in top cities like Lexington, Louisville, and Bowling Green. Thinking about a one-way car rental? You can pick up in Louisville and drop off in Lexington or even go to Tennessee.

    With a car rental in Kentucky, 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 partner with rental car suppliers in all fifty states in the United States. Regardless of whether you're getting ready for a flight, arriving by train, or simply just searching for a rental car for a road trip, we've got a practical pick-up location for you. Uncover excellent reduced rates in Kentucky from these companies and more, get started comparing today.

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    Although Kentucky culture is generally considered Southern, it is also influenced by the Midwest and southern Appalachia. The state is known for its bourbon whiskey distilleries, horse racing, and gambling. Kentucky is more culturally similar to the Upper South in terms of ancestry, which is predominantly American. However, during the 19th century, the state of Kentucky received many German and Irish immigrants who settled mainly in the Midwest. Only Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, and Oklahoma have higher percentages of German ancestry than Kentucky among states defined by the US Census Bureau as Southern.

    Visit Louisville - Louisville is located in the north-central part of Kentucky, on the border of Kentucky and Indiana, located in the only natural obstacle of the Ohio River, the Ohio Falls. Louisville is the head of Jefferson County, and since 2003 the city limits have been contiguous with those of the county due to the merger between the county and the city. Since it includes counties in Southern Indiana, the Louisville metropolitan area is usually known as Kentuckiana. Although located in the southern United States, Louisville is influenced by the cultures of the Midwest and the South. It is sometimes referred to as the "northernmost southern city" or the "southernmost northern city." The USA.

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    Visit Cincinnati - The Cincinnati metropolitan area, also known as Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky, Greater Cincinnati, or Cincinnati-Middletown Metropolitan Statistical Area, OH-KY-IN MSA, as it is officially referred to by the Office of Management and Budget, is a Metropolitan Statistical Area centered in the city of Cincinnati, which encompasses part of the US states of Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio.2 It has a population of 2,130,151 inhabitants1, according to the 2010 Census, making it the 27th most populous metropolitan area in the United States United.

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    Visit Lexington - Lexington is the second-most populous city in Kentucky and the 69th in the entire United States. It is located in the region known as bluegrass (literally "bluegrass"), a local variety in Fayette County. It was founded in 1775 when the area was part of Virginia; in 1792, a part of Virginia was divided, forming the new state of Kentucky. Its name was taken from Lexington, Massachusetts, the first battle of the American War of Independence, also in 1775.