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Cheap car rentals in Utah

Economy$31/day
Compact$31/day
Intermediate$33/day
Standard$35/day
Full-size$35/day
Minivan$44/day
Full-size SUV$69/day
Premium$60/day
Luxury$81/day
Pickup truck$34/day
Premium SUV$90/day
Compact SUV$43/day
Standard SUV$52/day
Intermediate SUV$55/day
Commercial$74/day
Open air all terrain$250/day
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Car rental directory

  • enterprise

    Enterprise car rental locations in Utah

    33 Locations

  • hertz

    Hertz car rental locations in Utah

    18 Locations

  • budget

    Budget car rental locations in Utah

    13 Locations

  • avis

    Avis car rental locations in Utah

    7 Locations

  • easirent

    Easirent car rental locations in Utah

    7 Locations

  • alamo

    Alamo car rental locations in Utah

    4 Locations

  • national

    National car rental locations in Utah

    4 Locations

  • sunnycars

    Sunnycars car rental locations in Utah

    4 Locations

  • eaglerac

    Eagle Rent A Car car rental locations in Utah

    3 Locations

  • affordable

    Affordable car rental locations in Utah

    2 Locations

  • europcar

    Europcar car rental locations in Utah

    2 Locations

  • rugged

    Rugged car rental locations in Utah

    2 Locations

Top tips for renting a car in Utah

  • Utah is a state with widely contrasting topography and very different driving conditions, depending on where your destination is. It’s therefore important to carefully consider which type of vehicle is best for your needs. If you’ll be driving in a major city, such as Salt Lake, then perhaps a comfortable sedan would be best. Then again, if you’re planning on crossing the high desert on one of Utah’s interstate highways, maybe a sleek convertible would be more enjoyable. Lastly, remember that some parts of the state can be rather rugged. If you’re planning any off-road adventures, you might want to consider a sturdy 4-wheel drive.
  • The maximum speed limit in Utah is 80 mph, but it’s still important to watch for posted speed limits as this can change depending on road type or during certain road conditions (like work zones). As in most other states, texting is forbidden while driving. You can talk on your cell phone, so long as it’s in hands-free mode. Children must be secured in rear-facing car seats until the age of about three. After that, they may ride in forward-facing car seats. Children may use standard seat belts without a car seat only once they reach 4 foot 9 inches in height.
  • While the roads and highway systems in Utah are very well-planned and equally well-maintained, there may be times when you find yourself driving on rural or even quite desolate stretches of highway. These areas are beautiful year-round but may not have many opportunities to stop for gas. For this reason, it is highly recommended to keep an eye on your gas tank and to make the most of every opportunity to fill the tank. It certainly wouldn’t add much to your Utah adventure to run out of gas out among the painted desert monuments.

FAQs about renting a car in Utah