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    North Carolina Rental Cars

    Start reviewing quotes in North Carolina to get a fantastic deal for your rental with USA Rental Cars. We work with the best rental car providers in North Carolina, and now you can look at prices side-by-side, all in one place. Travelers will see airport and rail station pick-up selections in addition to several additional office locations in popular cities like Charlotte, Durham, and Raleigh. Considering a one-way car rental? You can pick up in Charlotte and drop off in Charleston, South Carolina.

    With a rental car in North Carolina, there is nothing out of range. With so much to explore and do, you'll be happy you're in control of your agenda and allow for some spontaneity. From economy to full-size sport-utility vehicles and passenger vans, we've got the ideal automobile for all your desires. Reserve and save on your car with USA Rental Cars today.

    Rental Car Suppliers we Work with in North Carolina

    We partner with rental car companies in each state in the US. You will get rental rates at every major airport terminal supplying the most convenient pick-up and return options regardless of what your destination is. Work with the rating form near the top of the page to find significantly lower rates on rentals in North Carolina from these providers and more.

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    See More of North Carolina with a Rental Car

    North Carolina is defined by a wide range of elevations and landscapes. From west to east, the elevation of North Carolina descends from the Appalachians to the Piedmont Coastal Plain and the Atlantic. North Carolina's Mount Mitchell at 6,684 feet (2,037 m) is the highest point in North America east of the Mississippi River. Most of the state is in the humid subtropical climate zone; however, the western mountainous part of the state has a subtropical highland climate.

    Visit Charlotte - Between 2004 and 2014, Charlotte ranked as the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the country, with 888,000 new residents. According to US Census data, From 2005 to 2015, Charlotte leads the population growth of millennials in the US. It is the third fastest-growing major city in the United States. It is listed as a "Gamma +" global city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network. The residents are known as "Charlotteans."
    Visit Raleigh - Raleigh is an early example in the United States of a planned city. After the American War of Independence, when the United States gained independence, it was chosen as the state capital site in 1788 and incorporated in 1792. The city was originally designed in a grid pattern with the North Carolina State Capitol at Union Square in the center. During the American Civil War, the city was saved from any major battle. It fell into the hands of the Union in the last days of the war. It struggled with the economic difficulties in the postwar period related to the reconstitution of labor markets, the excessive dependence on agriculture, and the social unrest of the Age of Reconstruction.
    Visit Durham - Durham is home to several renowned institutions of higher education, most notably Duke University and North Carolina Central University. Durham is also a national leader in health-related activities focused on Duke University Hospital and many private companies. Duke and its Duke University Health System, in fact, are the largest employers in the city. North Carolina Central University is a historically black university that is part of the University of North Carolina system. Together, the two universities make Durham one of the vertices of the Research Triangle area; The center of this is the Research Triangle Park south of Durham, which spans an area of 11 square miles and is dedicated to research facilities.