Can I rent a car in LA and return it in another state?
Yes, you can rent a car in LA and return it in another state if you end up road tripping. One-way rentals are usually more expensive than when you pick-up and drop-off from the same location, so check with your rental agency for details.
Road trip from Los Angeles to San Diego
Enjoy a classic Southern California experience by cruising the 120 miles from LA to SD. If time permits, take the scenic Pacific Coast Highway (also known as Highway 1) for some breathtaking ocean views. You can also take the I-5 south and stop at gorgeous coastal cities along the way to make it more of an adventure. Huntington Beach, Laguna Beach, San Clemente, Encinitas, and La Jolla are all wonderful destinations with popular restaurants, beaches, and attractions to experience as you make your way to San Diego.
What time is rush hour in LA?
The traffic in Los Angeles is…well, it’s legendary. The freeways are filled with morning commuters from about 7 to 10. The evening rush starts at 3:30 in the afternoon and usually lightens up by 7:30. Bear in mind that construction and accidents can add to drive time, so check traffic reports before you hit the road. The good news about being stuck on a freeway in LA? You never know what celeb you’ll see in the car next to you!
The cheapest car rentals in Los Angeles found within the past 7 days were $3 per day. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.