What kind of people drive All-Wheel-Drive vehicles? Do they live at the end of a dirt road, go off the path just to enjoy the wilds of nature, live independent, curious, and robust lives? The owners of AWD Rentals are that kind of people.
AWD Rentals in Utah
AWD Rentals is a Utah car rental company that exclusively rents all-wheel drive cars, trucks, and vans. We’re a no-nonsense bunch, with simple and clear rental agreements, as well as none of the bait-and-switch other car rental companies, indulge in: the car you rented is the car you’ll get, guaranteed.
We are a family owned business composed of outdoor enthusiasts and trustworthy, rugged rentals such as the Subaru Impreza, Toyota Sequoia, and the Jeep Wrangler. Whether you’re climbing mountains or just want a little extra security against the weather, we’ve got a rental for every occasion. Here’s all of the locations we serve:
Areas of Service
Sitting at the top of a seven thousand foot climb just made for driving, Park City is a one-of-a-kind outdoor destination. With well-known resorts and over 400 trails, the town invites you to explore Utah’s beautifully wild mountains as well as the at least one hundred-fifty local bars and restaurants–and the only five diamond hotel in Utah.
Heber was settled by LDS converts from Great Britain on May 2, 1859. Originally named London, the townsite was renamed in recognition of a local leader, Heber C. Kimball. As the largest settlement in the area, Heber City was established as the county seat.
Heber City Municipal Airport, known as the Russ McDonald Field, is located south of Heber City. The 1947 airport is added to the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems and is considered a general aviation facility.
Home, sweet home. Our headquarters are conveniently located near 3 freeways, making us a convenient destination for anyone flying into SLC International. As Utah’s major hub, Salt Lake City boasts most of the state’s nightlife as well as plenty of outdoor awesomeness just a short drive away.
Ogden lies just north of Salt Lake, which makes it a popular destination for skiing. Ogden has its own airport, just southwest of the city, which is an occasional alternative to the Salt Lake City Airport for smaller planes. If you fly here, be prepared for a bit of déjà vu: this airport has been a backdrop for many Hollywood movies! Some people even call it the “Best Little Airport in the West”.
Utah’s third-largest city, Provo lies some ways south of Salt Lake City and is considered a very desirable place to live due to its surprising cultural diversity and the numerous local tech start-ups. The city is particularly known for its recreational areas, including national parks, the LDS Missionary Training Center, and Brigham Young University.
West Valley is a suburb of Salt Lake City and is the second largest City in Utah. The city is spread over a large area, so it is home to the USANA Amphitheater and the Maverik Sports Center.
West Jordan is a comfortably middle-class suburb of Salt Lake City and is the fourth largest City in Utah. Lying at the southwest end of the Salt Lake Valley, it’s close to the Jordan River and Real Salt Lake’s own Rio Tinto stadium.
Returns, Shuttle Service, Operations
If you’re in any of our service areas, we’ll pick you up! Just give us a call ahead of time to schedule our shuttle service and then just leave it to us!
We offer a 2-hour grace period to help our customers avoid any last-minute stress. Call for more details or just visit our FAQ page!
Get Your AWD Rental in Utah
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