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Frequently asked questions
Situated 53 miles from Toms River, Philadelphia is a popular stop on most people’s itineraries. Visit here to access Reading Terminal Market and Citizens Bank Park, two excellent attractions to circle on your map. Get set to start clocking up those miles, because One World Trade Center and Metropolitan Museum of Art are also worth a road trip. You’ll find these fine attractions in New York, 56 miles away.
Fill up with gas, turn on the engine and get ready to feel the salty sea air on your skin. Toms River boasts some fantastic stretches of coast, such as:
Seaside Heights Beach (7 miles away).
Seaside Park Beach (7 miles away).
Ortley Beach (7 miles away).
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If you’re flexible with your schedule, modify your dates to find lower prices on different days of the week
Pickup and drop-off times typically need to be the same or very similar (e.g, both 11 a.m.) or you might be required to pay for a whole extra day
Some places reward you big time for paying upfront — keep a lookout for these offers
Finally, lock in your booking as soon as you possibly can to bag the biggest savings!
Having your own wheels in Toms River will give you more flexibility to go wherever you want. Maybe you’d like to head out of town, cruise down the open road, and see where the wind takes you. If so, pick up one of our SUVs and take in the sandy shores in the surrounding area. If you just can’t get enough of city life, go for something small. Zipping around bustling streets and heavy traffic will be a whole lot easier in an economy or compact car.
For some, owning a high-end vehicle is the stuff of fairy tales. But renting the car of your dreams is far easier than you think! Imagine the joy of tearing down the open road in a high-end sports car, even if it’s just for a short while. Or perhaps all you’re after is a set of wheels to get you quickly and safely from A to B. Flashy or frugal? Whatever you decide, there’s a rental car to suit you in Toms River.
Driving around a new location doesn’t need to leave you gripping the steering wheel with white knuckles. If you’re visiting Toms River, feel confident on the road with this handy advice:
You’ll have to stick to the right while driving in Toms River. On top of that, take some extra care if it’s your first time behind the wheel here. Once you have a feel for the roads, you can relax and enjoy the scenery!
Finding a parking space in Toms River is a breeze. There’s no need to repeatedly go around the block in heavy traffic here — and that’s what the locals love about it. There’s loads of off and on-street parking to choose from.
As with most destinations, roads get busier in the hours before and after work. However, thanks to its smaller population of about 88,800, traffic gridlock isn’t a huge concern in Toms River.
Speed limits vary in Toms River, but generally range from 20mph to 65mph. Most residential zones have a maximum speed of 35mph unless posted otherwise.
Generally speaking, your car rental company will charge the amount stated on the fine to your credit card, including local taxes. Or they may forward your contact details to local law enforcement agencies, who’ll then issue a fine straight to you.
Like many places, normal cell phone usage is not allowed while driving in Toms River. An exception applies for hands-free or Bluetooth capabilities. Just remember to maintain focus on the road.
While driving in Toms River, it’s illegal to have a BAC (blood alcohol content) greater than 0.08%. Planning to have a glass or two of wine with lunch or dinner? Consider using a ride-sharing service or booking a taxi.
Yes you can. However, before you turn you must stop the vehicle completely and only proceed if the lane is free of traffic.
They are, so buckle up. Although, there are exceptions for vehicles run by public transportation networks.