Alaska car rentals

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Jun 1 — Jun 8
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Wed 6/1
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Search hundreds of rental car sites at once for car rental deals in Alaska

Cheap car rentals in Alaska

Economy$79/day
Compact$64/day
Intermediate$49/day
Standard$97/day
Full-size$53/day
Minivan$65/day
Full-size SUV$120/day
Premium$53/day
Passenger van$274/day
Pickup truck$110/day
Premium SUV$198/day
Intermediate SUV$56/day
Supplier choice$69/day
Standard SUV$96/day
Compact SUV$140/day
Standard station wagon$251/day
Best rates found by KAYAK users in the past hours.

Car rental directory

  • avis

    Avis car rental locations in Alaska

    11 Locations

  • enterprise

    Enterprise car rental locations in Alaska

    8 Locations

  • budget

    Budget car rental locations in Alaska

    7 Locations

  • easirent

    Easirent car rental locations in Alaska

    7 Locations

  • kodiakcarrentals

    Kodiak Car Rentals car rental locations in Alaska

    7 Locations

  • hertz

    Hertz car rental locations in Alaska

    6 Locations

  • thrifty

    Thrifty car rental locations in Alaska

    4 Locations

  • alamo

    Alamo car rental locations in Alaska

    3 Locations

  • dollar

    Dollar car rental locations in Alaska

    3 Locations

  • national

    National car rental locations in Alaska

    3 Locations

  • sunnycars

    Sunnycars car rental locations in Alaska

    3 Locations

  • continentalautogroup

    Continental Auto Group car rental locations in Alaska

    2 Locations

Top tips for renting a car in Alaska

  • Alaskan law requires every passenger in the vehicle to buckle up. If your kids are riding in the car, they should be in an appropriately sized child protection seat. Children below twelve months should be in a rear-facing car seat, while those between one and four should be in a forward-facing one. Kids aged four to seven can be either in a forward-facing car seat or booster seat, and those between eight and twelve should be in a booster seat. If you don’t have a car seat with you, you can get one at the rental counter for a small fee.
  • If you’re going to be driving to some remote Alaskan areas, ensure you bring a map or GPS. The remote Alaskan roads can get a bit confusing since the markers might be in kilometers instead of miles, and they might be outdated in some places. To ensure you’re on the right path, bring a map or a GPS on your trip. If you don’t have either, you can get them from the rental counter for a small fee.
  • Watch out for wildlife when driving your car rental in Alaska. You need to be on high alert when driving in Alaska since wildlife is common in the area. Moose, deer, caribou, bears, and other animals have the right of way in this region, and you need to be extra careful since they have a tendency of showing up when you least expect it. Always keep your eyes on the road and make sure there are no creatures in sight.
  • You can cross state and international borders with car rentals from Alaska. Many rental locations will allow travel across the neighboring Canadian border. Inform the rental agency of your travel plans to be issued a free Canadian non-resident insurance card for your protection when driving around Canada.

FAQs about renting a car in Alaska