Can I rent a car in Canada and return in US?
One-way rentals are permitted when driving between the U.S. and Canada; however, driver regulations may apply. For example, if a Canadian licensed driver plans to rent a vehicle in Canada and drop it off in the U.S., the law requires that he/she rent and drive a car with Canadian license plates.
Can you drive Turo to Canada?
Where can I drive? You can drive anywhere within the country where your trip originated. If you book a car in the US or Canada, you may drive across the US-Canadian border, but you may not drive into Mexico.
Is it cheaper to rent a car in Canada or USA?
Car rental in the US is usually cheaper than in Canada and you may get a better deal and more value for your money.
While Canada restricts non-essential land, sea, and air entry by most foreign nationals, fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents travelling for non-essential reasons may be able to enter Canada.
Valid Driver's Licence - You need to have a valid class “G” driver's licence to rent a car in Ontario. If you only have a learner's permit (a G1 or G2 licence), you will not be able to rent a car.
To legally drive a car in Canada, you'll need a driver's licence issued by the government of your province or territory. You must have it with you whenever you're driving. If you plan to use a foreign driver's licence in Canada, you should get an International Driving Permit (IDP) in your home country.
Canadian law requires U.S. citizens driving into Canada to provide proper proof of motor vehicle insurance. To demonstrate proper proof of insurance, contact your local agent and request a Canada Non-Resident Inter-Province Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance Card.