New Mexico car rentals

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May 26 — Jun 2
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Cheap car rentals in New Mexico

Economy$27/day
Compact$28/day
Intermediate$25/day
Standard$30/day
Full-size$32/day
Minivan$75/day
Full-size SUV$64/day
Premium$56/day
Luxury$58/day
Premium SUV$59/day
Supplier choice$34/day
Standard SUV$44/day
Intermediate SUV$46/day
Compact SUV$70/day
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Car rental directory

  • enterprise

    Enterprise car rental locations in New Mexico

    29 Locations

  • hertz

    Hertz car rental locations in New Mexico

    15 Locations

  • budget

    Budget car rental locations in New Mexico

    10 Locations

  • avis

    Avis car rental locations in New Mexico

    9 Locations

  • easirent

    Easirent car rental locations in New Mexico

    9 Locations

  • national

    National car rental locations in New Mexico

    5 Locations

  • sunnycars

    Sunnycars car rental locations in New Mexico

    5 Locations

  • ace

    Ace car rental locations in New Mexico

    1 Location

  • advance

    Advance Car And Truck Rental car rental locations in New Mexico

    1 Location

  • advantage

    Advantage car rental locations in New Mexico

    1 Location

  • alamo

    Alamo car rental locations in New Mexico

    1 Location

  • dollar

    Dollar car rental locations in New Mexico

    1 Location

Top tips for renting a car in New Mexico

  • Located in the southwestern United States, New Mexico is a state waiting to be explored. Whether you’re going to the Land of Enchantment (as New Mexico is nicknamed) for business or leisure, you’ll find the liberty to accomplish all your goals with car rental services. New Mexico car rentals are generally available in the major cities or at airports and are perfect for those who want to travel outside the city limits. If you’re renting a car from Albuquerque, you’ll find two routes perfect for leaving the city: Interstate 40, running east to west, and Interstate 25, which runs north to south. To get the most complete taste of New Mexico, Route 66 connects major destinations like Old Town and the University of New Mexico.
  • New Mexico is known for enforcing severe penalties for speeding violations, especially in commercial areas. Locals sometimes refer to these penalties as Work Zone Enhancements, and they can be enforced even when workers are not present, as long as road signs are visible. Be sure to look out for these signs. Drunk driving is a serious offense in the state of New Mexico. Driving with a BAC level higher than 0.16 percent can result in automatic penalties that may include suspension of your driver’s license, a fine, or even jail time in severe cases. Operating a cell phone while driving is another serious offense that you must avoid while driving in New Mexico. Finally, all drivers and front-seat passengers are required to have their seatbelts on at all times. Children under eight are also required to be secured in car seats while riding in a car.
  • There is never a better time to explore New Mexico than the summer months. However, there are a couple of hazards you need to keep in mind when you’re driving. First, be watchful for other travelers of all kinds. Cyclists, motorcyclists, and pedestrians are some common people to look out for. Long road trips are an excellent way to spend quality time with your loved ones while also discovering the best of New Mexico, but it’s important to ensure that the car you’re renting for your New Mexico road trip is in good shape. Make sure your tires are in excellent shape and that your gas tank is full.

FAQs about renting a car in New Mexico