£22 - £55
£24 - £71
£26 - £36
The cheapest time to hire a car in Chicago is in February. The price is 16% lower than the rest of the year at just GBP 29 per day. The most expensive month is July. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider hiring an economy car in February. If you need more room for your family, larger vehicles with 6+ seats are typically cheapest in February. The price of a car hire in Chicago can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your rental car.
|Most popular||Alamo||Alamo gives you the cheapest deals in 3 locations around the city|
|Most locations||Enterprise||Enterprise gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 28 locations|
|Weiss Memorial Hospital||13.1 mi|
|River North||15.0 mi|
|Union Station||15.3 mi|
|Willis Tower||15.4 mi|
|Magnificent Mile||15.5 mi|
|McCormick Place||7.9 mi|
|Union Station||8.3 mi|
|Soldier Field||8.4 mi|
|Willis Tower||8.5 mi|
|Grant Park||8.8 mi|
|Weiss Memorial Hospital||76 mi|
|River North||78 mi|
|Union Station||78 mi|
|Willis Tower||78 mi|
|Magnificent Mile||78 mi|
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730 users have looked for car hire in Chicago with momondo in January.
£23 is the cost of a weekend car hire in Chicago for February, with cheap deals starting as low as £19. For a week-long hire, the lowest price was £19, with more options around the £32 mark.
49% of the best car hire deals in Chicago for next month came from Budget; however, Hertz and Routes Car & Truck Rentals are often competitive depending on what you're looking for.
Speed limits for cars, vans and motorcycles in Chicago vary according to road classification. The speed limit on a motorway is 74 mph. The limit for a single carriageway is 74 mph. Urban areas such as cities can see the limit reduced to 24 mph. Always follow local signage and instructions as speed limits may change locally.
The law addressing driving under the influence states that 0.1% BAC is the legal limit for operating a vehicle in Chicago.
The side of the road drivers use in Chicago is the right.