Car Hire in Florence
This information is correct as of July 2015.
Whether you're travelling to Florence, South Carolina in the United States for business or leisure, you can make your stay even more comfortable by renting a car for the duration of your trip. Because you no longer need to rely on figuring out the routes and systems of public transportations and their time tables, you can focus instead on having fun and really discovering all that the city has to offer. Use Skyscanner to find out more about car rental in Florence and book your car rental online to get great deals.
Where to hire a car in Florence
Car rental operators in Florence include Enterprise Rent-A-Car on 900 S Irby St, 2639 W Palmetto St, and at the airport, U-Save Car & Truck Rental on 1403 S Irby St, Budget Truck Rental on 1404 N Cashua Dr, and Budget Rent A Car at the airport. Some of the common convenient pick-up and drop-off locations for car rentals within the city include Florence Regional Airport, the Amtrak station, hotels, and the city centre.
What to expect when hiring a car from Florence
Florence is served by the following highways: I-95, I-20, US 52, US 76, and US 301. I-95 is a six-lane freeway that connects Miami and New York, entering Florence from the northeast and exiting in the southwest. I-20 is a four-lane interstate highway connecting Florence to Columbia, Atlanta, Dallas, and the American West. It runs from the west and has a terminus in Florence. US 52 passes through Florence in a direct north to south route through the downtown area. US 75 runs from the west at I 95 and merges with David McLeod Boulevard at Palmetto Street. It exits east of Florence at the junction with Freedom Boulevard. US 301 also runs north to south. It enters the city merged with US 52 as South Irby Street. It creates a bypass called Freedom Boulevard around the downtown area, then merges with US 76 east of downtown Florence.
Getting to your destination
South Carolina's capital and largest city has a lot to offer tourists, from historic sites and museums to zoos and arts and entertainment venues. Attractions include South Carolina State Museum, Woodrow Wilson Family Home, Riverbanks Zoo & Garden, 701 Center for Contemporary Art, The Nickelodeon Theatre, and the Columbia Museum of Art. If you love food you might want to sign up for the Columbia Food Tours for a 2.5 hour walking food tour.
From Florence, you can either take the I-20 W route or I-95 S and US-378 E/US-76 E.
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Savannah is accessible from Florence via US-52 S and I-95 S.
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From Florence, you can take the I-95 N to Fayetteville in North Carolina.