Rent a car on the East Coast with Sixt and move around the region in comfort and ease. With a car rental on the East Coast you can explore quaint seaside towns, cosmopolitan metropolises and wild national parks. With our car rental deals on the East Coast you can take advantage of our for premium rental car services at affordable rates. Browse our branch menu below to find out more about our rental car locations on the East Coast. We offer convenient pick up options near to major transport hubs to get you on the road quickly and efficiently.
Sixt rent a car
3601 Island Ave
|Mo. - Su.||06:00 - 24:00|
|Bank Holiday||06:00 - 24:00|
Available vehicle categories: Compact Cars & Sedans, Sports cars & convertibles, 4x4 / SUV
Sixt rent a car
371 Derby Ave
06516-1003 West Haven
|Mo. - Fr.||08:00 - 17:30|
|Sa.||08:00 - 12:00|
Available vehicle categories: Compact Cars & Sedans, Sports cars & convertibles, 4x4 / SUV, Truck
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If you click on the second tab of the branch menu you can see all our car rental locations in the region on Google Maps. Choose the ideal branch to start your car rental road trip on the East Coast and book online. Once behind the wheel set off to explore, making stops at top cities such as New York, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia. Wilderness areas are also aplenty and when you rent a car on the East Coast you can enjoy the outdoors at places like Shenandoah and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
To get the most affordable car rental deals on the East Coast with Sixt use our easy online booking service and make your reservation in advance. On the booking page you can choose from an excellent range of optional add-ons that allow you to tailor your car rental to your needs. Here are some of our available extras:
Our extensive fleet means that you will be able to rent a car on the East Coast that suits both your mobility needs and budget. We offer up-to-date models from top manufacturers at attractive rates. Browse our selection of premium vehicles from premium brands like Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Chevrolet, Toyota and more.
To rent a car on the East Coast drivers will need to present a valid original driver's license upon pick up. Those possessing a non-US driver's license must present a valid passport or a valid government-issued ID as well. Driving licenses printed in a non-Roman alphabets must be accompanied by an international driving license.
Car rental on the East Coast with Sixt requires drivers to be a minimum age of 21, further age restrictions may apply to particular vehicle categories. Drivers under 25 are subject to a young drivers surcharge.
Your car rental on the East Coast will be provided with a full tank of gas, please remember to refuel when returning your rental vehicle. Alternatively, you can purchase our Pick up full-return low extra which allows you to pay for a full tank of fuel before or at the time of rental at a price competitive with local fuel stations and return the rental vehicle on empty.
If the event of an accident please contact the police straight away and inform Sixt directly of any damage to the rental car. Emergency services can be reached by dialing 911.
While the East Coast offers some fantastic opportunities for exciting city trips, the region's quaint towns and national parks are also worth exploring. Besides visiting big cities like Boston, New York and Philadelphia you can take a road trip around the East Coast and explore the beauty of New England or enjoy Atlantic City nightlife in New Jersey. Making a stop in university towns like New Haven, home of Yale University is also worth considering. If you have the time you can drive further south and check out the great East Coast beaches of North Carolina or those in and around Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
The financial and cultural capital of the United States, New York is the ideal city destination for many. The city's galleries are bursting with originality and creativity and the museums house some of the best collections in the world. For art lovers the original Guggenheim Museum is a must see along with the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art. At night the city transforms into a stage where you can see countless musicals, fringe theater shows, comedy nights, indie cinema, live music events and poetry readings. Dining in the city is creative, artisanal locally sourced produce is hip right now and culinary innovations reflect the cities thirst for freshness and diversity.
Philadelphia is a historic city with incredibly well-preserved architecture and a certain small town charm that makes it welcoming and accessible. It's historical locus is the Independence National Historic Park, where inside the park's buildings the seeds of the US government were sown. In particular check out the Independence Hall where delegates met to approve the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. Be sure to try a famous Philly cheesesteak!
The capital of the U.S and home to many iconic landmarks, Washington D.C. is a magnet for tourists wanting to explore America's political and historical past. Monuments include the infamous Lincoln Memorial and the Martin Luther King Memorial. The Smithsonian Institution is a must see, this group of 19 galleries and museums has a collection of 156 million artifacts and like many of Washington's educational sights, it's free!
Early Spring is a perfect time for a Cape Cod getaway as the crowds have yet to arrive and in April you can enjoy the daffodils in bloom. For a road trip, late September to the end of October is a great time as you can take long, scenic rides to see the spectacular colors of the fall foliage. Winter is ideal to head south along the Eastern Seaboard, whether chasing the sun down in Florida or cozying up in the quaint towns of Virginia. Summer offers fun just about anywhere on the East Coast with plenty of free, outdoor festivals in the big cities and the weather is just right for swimming in the Atlantic Ocean.
The cuisine on the East Coast is inspired by seafood from the Atlantic and the melting pot of cultures in the cities. All things clam are popular including clam chowder, clam cake, stuffed clams and fried clams. In cities like New York and Philadelphia the Italian-American influence is everywhere, and you can get a submarine sandwich filled with just about anything.
Most of the cities on the East Coast have fantastic activities for children. New York has some particularly incredible museums that are specifically geared towards children and early learning. Massachusetts has great offerings as well with the Harvard Museum of Natural History in Cambridge and The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum in Springfield. Children will also enjoy all the outdoor adventures possible on a family vacation to the East Coast. There are plenty of opportunities for nature hikes and days out on the beach all over the region.