Rent a Cheap Car in Toronto Airport [YYZ], Canada
|Minimum age to rent a car in Canada at Toronto Airport:||21-24 years|
|What Do You Need to Rent a Car in Canada||– Driver’s License, an ID, and a Credit Card|
|Minimum car rental period :||1 day|
|Approx. Drop-Off Locations in the City :||8+|
Renting a cheap car rental for Toronto Airport (YYZ) is a great way to start your Canadian trip away from hassles. By booking in advance on VIPCars you can save money, time and effort by comparing top brands at one place. The best thing about pre-arranging a car hire for pickup at the airport is that on deplaning, you can directly pick up your keys without any need to be in the queues at the rental desk.
Also, by booking a car hire from VIP Cars, not only can you easily pick your car from the Toronto airport and start your journey within minutes after arrival, return process also becomes really easy. And when talking about the return, especially when you are picking the car at some other place, note that one-way rental is offered by almost all car hire companies but for that, a small per-day fee is charged by the supplier. Besides this, our partners also provide a variety of inclusions and add-ons with an aim to make your trip smoother and more comfortable.
Car Rental Driving Tips:
- Just like other cities of Canada, in Toronto, right turn on a red light is not permitted, unless it is otherwise allowed through signs. Another thing that you need to keep in mind is that you should give way to pedestrians before taking the turn, if allowed..
- In downtown areas, if there is a streetcar sharing the lane, you must give it way always, and whenever it stops to unload the passenger, you should stop and wait.
- In Toronto, the speed limit is 50 km/h (30mph) which comes down to 40km/h (25mph) or 30 km/h (20mph) if you are driving in a residential area.
Car Rental Companies at Toronto Airport (YYZ)
Toronto international airport, being Canada’s major airport is also a popular car rental pickup and drop-off location. The following are the car hire companies we work with in providing deals for Toronto airport:
Location of Car rental desks at Toronto Airport: The above-mentioned rent-a-car companies are located on Level 1 of the parking garages in Terminal 1 and Terminal 3.
Toronto Airport Car Rental – Return Help
If you are planning to return your rental vehicle at the airport itself at the end of your trip, this section covers the directions that you can use to reach Toronto Airport’s Terminal 1 from the city.
- Start at Bay St and drive south toward Albert St. Stay on the Bay St but take the slight left as only then you will be able to take the turn onto Lake Shore Blvd W
- From there look out for the slight right toward Gardiner Expy W; use the Gardiner Expressway W ramp as it eventually merges onto Gardiner Expy W. Drive towards Ontario 401 & for that, use the exit 139 for ON-427/Brown's Line/Sherway Gardens Road
- Keep the vehicle on the right and follow the signs towards ON-427/ON-401/Airport. Continue to drive on ON-427 N, keep right and follow signs for Ontario 427 N
- Take the Dixon Road exit. Keep left, followed by a right, then two consecutive lefts to reach the airport.
Places in Toronto Where You Can Pick or return Your Airport Rental Car
On VIP Cars, travelers can pick their car rentals at Toronto airport, but in case they want their pickup at some other place in the city of Toronto, it is possible! This option is covered under one-way rental service, and not only Toronto, by choosing to use this service you can return your car at any of the listed Canadian locations given on our search form.
Here are a few locations in Toronto where you can request pickup or drop-off; they are also available as drop off locations:
Billy Bishop Airport
Distance : 24.7 km
Distance : 27.3 km
Distance :28.1 km
Toronto - Eaton Centre On Cattle
Distance : 28.5 km
Toronto City East
Distance : 10.4 km
Distance : 27.6 km
Distance : 25.8 km
Distance : 28.0 km
Suggested Road Trips from Toronto
Toronto is the most culturally diverse city in Canada and just like its people it offers a multitude of places which travelers can explore easily. If you have enough time, and after discovering the city you are planning to take your car rental on a road trip from Toronto, here are a few suggestions that you can use:
Drive time: 60 minutes from Toronto
Albion & Webster Falls
Drive time: 55 minutes from Toronto
Bruce Peninsula National Park
Drive time: 3 hours 45 minutes from Toronto
Prince Edward County
Drive time: 2 hours 30 minutes from Toronto
The Heidelberg Project
Drive time: 4 hours from Toronto
The Albright-Knox Gallery
Drive time: 2 hours from Toronto
Drive time: 3 hours from Toronto
Silver Lake Sand Dunes
Drive time: 7 hours from Toronto
Drive time: 4 hours 30 minutes from Toronto
The Cheltenham Badlands
Drive time: 1 hour 30 minutes from Toronto
Toronto International Airport – Overview & Facilities
Toronto Pearson International Airport, also known as Pearson Airport or Lester B. Pearson International Airport, is a major hub of international and national flights within Canada and the rest of the world. Toronto Pearson International Airport sits 14 miles away from Toronto city center and is the largest and the busiest airport in Canada.
The following are the facilities offered by the airport, besides shopping and eateries:
|Address:||Toronto International Airport, 6301 Silver Dart Dr, Mississauga, ON L5P 1B2, Canada|
Shops at Toronto Airport
This place offers manicure, pedicure, massage teeth whitening & hair care services.
At this shop, travelers can buy travel essentials like plus books, magazines, soft-drinks and confections.
Home to brands like Slurpee and Big Gulps, this shop offers a big variety from milk to prepaid cards.
This shop offers a big variety of footwear and other best quality leather products.
This is the best place to buy Bremont’s perfectly crafted watches.
Luxury clothing, leather bags or scarves or coats – the place offers a varied collection.
Restaurants at Toronto airport
Burgers, chickens and fries, A&W is a fast-food restaurant, which also offers root beer.
It offers best of Japanese cuisine and with a menu created by Guy Rubino.
This place in Terminal 1 is best known for its cocktail and light meals.
This restaurant offers flatbreads and classical pairings inspired by Italian cuisines.
This is a 'grab & go’ restaurant which is best known for its South East Asian Street food.
This restaurant offers menu developed by Toronto's renowned Chef John Placko.
Lounges at the airport
Toronto airport offers a lot of parking options like Express Park, Valet care, Value Park lot and Cell phone lots. You can reserve your parking online on the airport’s website.
Toronto airport offers free Wifi to its passengers and can be accessed by them at both the terminals.
The airport has CIBC branch; here passengers can meet all their banking needs from paying bills to opening an account.
International Currency Exchange (ICE) counters are located in various locations in Terminal 1 & 3, both before and after security