The best part about having your own set of wheels is that you can travel where you want, when you want. Make full use of your newfound freedom by discovering all there is to do in Powell River. It’s just 25 miles away. Among your first stops here ought to be Powell River Recreation Complex, Powell River Putters Mini Golf and Powell River Historical Museum and Archives. Locals will also probably point you in the direction of Campbell River, 37 miles away. If you only see one attraction here, let it be Elk Falls Suspension Bridge. (But we’d also recommend Campbell River Museum and Rebecca Spit Marine Provincial Park.)
Here are our recommendations on how to jump behind the wheel of a rental car with extra cash in your wallet:
Use our amazing filter tool to steer you toward the cheapest car deals in town — and then compare the prices
Set up an email Price Drop Alert for your next vacation destination. You never know what fantastic deals will make a pit stop in your inbox
Browse the bargains at all rental locations, including the airport and surrounding area. A brief cab drive to a close-by car rental outlet might score you big savings
If you’re not bothered about which day of the week you collect the keys to your car and your plans are flexible, experiment with days and dates to find the best rates
Pickup and drop-off times usually need to be the same (e.g, both 9 a.m.) or you might be charged for a whole extra day
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Get ready for your upcoming adventure in Union Bay. Which car you choose depends on what sort of vacation you have in mind. If you’re traveling solo, why not choose a compact car? They’re economical to run and easy to park. If you’re hitting the road with a few friends, reserve an intermediate or a standard car. They offer more legroom and space for baggage.
Sometimes the journey is more significant than the destination, which makes finding the right car important. If you’re about to head off on an epic road trip around Union Bay, a safe and sturdy SUV could be the best solution. If you want the cheapest price possible and plan to stick to city driving, a budget compact is a smart pick. All you need to do is choose what’ll suit you best, throw your bags in the trunk, and hit the wide, open road.
When driving somewhere unfamiliar, you should have some knowledge of the local traffic laws. Here’s what you need to know to hit the road in Union Bay safely:
You have to drive on the right-hand side of the road in Union Bay. Even though the rules may be similar to home, we suggest driving a little more carefully in destinations you’ve never been.
You’re unlikely to have any trouble finding a parking spot in Union Bay. With plenty of places to leave your wheels, exploring this destination is a cinch.
There are. In Union Bay, speed limits range from 50km/h to 120km/h. Residential areas have a default speed limit of 50km/h unless marked otherwise.
Normally, your chosen car rental company will bill the amount stated on the fine to your credit card. Alternatively, the company may share your contact information with the relevant local authority so they can send a fine straight to you.
Like many places, standard cell phone usage is prohibited while driving a car in Union Bay. An exception applies for hands-free or Bluetooth capabilities. Just remember to stay focused on the road.
When behind the wheel in Union Bay, it’s a criminal offence to have a BAC (blood alcohol content) above 0.05%. Thinking of having a glass or two of wine over lunch or dinner? Consider grabbing a taxi or using a ride-sharing service.
Yes, drivers may turn on a red light in Union Bay. However, first you are required to completely stop the vehicle. Proceed only when the lane is clear of oncoming traffic.
Seat belts should always be worn in Comox Valley. That being said, the rules may differ for certain vehicles, such as those operated by public transportation systems.