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Book Hefei Car Rentals with CheapOair.ca

Why rent a car in Hefei with us?

Rent a car on CheapOair.ca and explore Hefei at your leisure. A rental car is one of the best means to visit all your favorite attractions in Hefei including the Memorial Temple of Lord Bao, Lord Bao Cemetery, and the Footprint Pool. When you book a rental car with us, you will always get the best Hefei car rental deals. Apart from saving big with our cheap rates, renting a car with us is also very easy and convenient. All you have to do is, choose a car that suits your needs and you can pick up your rental car, right at the Hefei Luogang International Airport or have it delivered at your hotel.

Getting Around Hefei

A rental car is the best means to explore Hefei, but driving around Hefei can be quite a task especially if you are visiting the city for the first time. To help you avoid unnecessary hassle, below are some tips on getting around Hefei:

While driving within the city of Hefei, keep your speed to a maximum of 30 mph while that on expressways and highways should not go above 75 mph.

The city of Hefei has more than 4,000 parking lots between the outer concentric ring roads and central ring area that offer great spaces for vehicles of all kinds.

The peak hours in Hefei can slow down your commuting speed. Avoid driving around the city from 07:00 am to 10:30 am and 04:30 pm to 09:00 pm.

Take a Day Trip!

Known for its history and culture, Nanjing is an amazing place to plan a daytrip from Hefei. Home to a good number of world heritage sites, the city knows how to keep its visitors busy. To witness true beauty, visit the Confucius Temple, explore the Ruins of the Ming Dynasty Imperial Palace and take a walk along the Qin Huai River.

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