Cheap Passenger Van Rental San Francisco
MPV Rentals specialise in 7 seater car hire and provide exclusive offers on passenger van rental San Francisco airport. All vehicles are on offer at reasonable prices that will suit any budget. We specialise in catering to group travel be it a honeymoon, golfing trip or a weekend watching birds we can provide an extensive range of minivans, minibuses, these budget people carries can seat 7,8 9 or more passengers.
The rental fleet includes the Chevy Tahoe, Grand Caravan and the premium GMC Yukon, all of which can seat 7 or 8 passengers in comfort, along with dependable 5 seater Ford Explorer and Ford Expedition 4WD. Do I need a special licence to drive the 12 seater minibus? The answer is no, all you will need is your standard licence from country of domicile.
Van rental San Francisco airport 12 and 7 seater minivans
San Francisco is a melting pot of different cultures, be them with historical tradition or thought up randomly by some random person. San Francisco offers an abundance of entertainment that is topped in very few places in the world. You have the largest China town, you have where the hippies all once lived (and some still do!), and many more unique things that make up the 17 million people population of the Bay area. Known also for a hilly landscape and the Golden Gate Bridge, it is definitely tricky to drive in, but worth the experience. Get lost in San Francisco, because you never know what you might just find and have always needed.
Recommended passenger van trips in San Francisco
Some of the most notable drives in San Francisco and the surrounding areas is the 49-mile Scenic Drive. This drive begins at Golden Gate Bridge and ends on Treasure Island. Along the way, you’ll see the famous and largest Chinatown in America, as well as Lombard Street and the Museum of Modern Art.
People also love to start their drive at Ocean Beach and hop on the Great Highway. This coastal drive will take you along the seaside cliffs of Santa Cruz and back up Highway 17. Halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco is a place known as The Valley Of The Oaks. Here, you’ll find one of the most relaxing places in all of California with a history to match.
If you want a long drive, many people will head from San Francisco to Yosemite National Park, which takes 4 hours along CA Highway 120. On a drive like this, you’ll certainly come across mother nature at her finest. This drive is wonderful and should be taken slow to absorb something for every one of your senses. If you are feeling really determined after all that drive, hop on I5, which will take you all the way to Canada. On this drive, you’ll pass quiet mountains, busy cities, and everything in between.
Best time to rent a 7 seater in San Fran
San Francisco City is an all year round destination.
Wide choice of passenger vans for rent San Francisco
The popular 12 seater passenger vans at San Fran include the Ford Exonoline and the Ford transit van. A wide choice of minivans include the Toyota Sienna 8 seater hire and 7 seater Nissan Quest rental. All thse are in high demand so please book early. for your trip to San Franciso.
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