Milwaukee, Wisc. Car Rental Rates among the Lowest in U.S.

A recent survey conducted by found that car rental rates in Milwaukee, Wisc. are among the lowest in the nation, after comparing the cost of car rental  in 30 U.S. cities from November 2011 to February 2012, according to a Feb. 29 press release.

On average, Milwaukee car renters pay as little as $26 per day for the cheapest available car. This is $58 less than the most expensive car rental city, Miami, Fla.

Honolulu, Hawaii trailed Miami by $9, coming in at an average daily rate of $75, and behind that is New York, charging an average of $70 per day.

The following list shows the five U.S. destinations with the highest and lowest car rental rants, according to the survey. Rates reflect average daily rates for the cheapest available car.

1. Miami, $84
2. Honolulu, $75
3. New York, $70
4. New Orleans, $62
5. Phoenix, $55


26. Las Vegas, $32
27. Los Angeles, $31
28. Chicago, $30
29. Columbus, $28
30. Milwaukee, $26



  1. Chris [ March 4, 2012 @ 12:05PM ]

    I'm surprised Portland, OR isn't on the low list. We've been seeing rates as low as $9/day for an ecar. From a business standpoint, it would be great to have higher rates. No one wins when the rates are so low!

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