Car Rental Apps of 2019


Car rentals is the preferred mode of transportation when traveling long distances.

Car Rental Apps of 2019

The industry has improved since it began decades ago. Today, you won’t have to go to the office, submit your credentials and wait for your keys. In the digital age, all you need is to download a good car rental app, register and voila! process completed.

Social media also makes it easy to book the car you need, such as the airport car rental service in Udon Thani where people can simply connect with a representative on Facebook or Line.

Here are a few outstanding car rental apps you can use in 2019.

1. Getaround

With Getaround, quick and easy does it. One notable thing is that you won’t need to submit paperwork to rent a car from the company’s fleet, whether it be a Toyota or a BMW. App download is free, and you get worry-free insurance with each rental purchase.

2. Zipcar

Zipcar will have many car rental options for exactly what you need. Their services are divided into hourly, daily and others, with gas or fuel and insurance, too. Choose from hybrid, sedan, van, etc. so you can drive in style. The app is available in various US cities and 26 languages as well.

3. Turo

Turo is primarily based in the US, UK and Canada. It’s also one of the biggest car rental companies, and as such you won’t find any problems getting the vehicle you want. What’s more, you get the industry-standard insurance so you can drive with peace of mind.

4. Skyscanner

An all-around booking app not just for rental cars, but for hotels and flights as well. Skyscanner is relatively new compared to the others in this list, but the company is growing and the app is available in 30 different languages.

5. CarzUp

A solid, dependable and cost efficient car rental service that won’t require the use of a credit card. You can take your rental car and leave it at any airport or station within Europe, Canada and the United States.


Lucy Bennett

Lucy Bennett is a Contributing Editor at iLounge. She has been writing about Apple and technology for over six years. Prior to joining iLounge, Lucy worked as a writer for several online publications.