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Before you get into your rental car and head off into the sunset, let us help you with a few facts about Vermont.
Vermont can be found 12 miles to the east of the busy main streets of Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria.
Melbourne has a population of approximately 4,246,400. So, if you're considering going on a road trip while you're in Vermont, you're sure to meet some amazing new people.
If your trip to Vermont is all locked in but your travel itinerary is looking a little empty, we can give you a helping hand.
Sometimes short drives are enjoyable too. Just down the road, Morack Golf Course and Ringwood Golf Course will keep you busy. Once you've ticked them off your list, steer your car in the direction of Forest Hill Chase Shopping Centre.
Be sure to swing by Tally Ho and Blackburn during your time here. Set aside plenty of time to explore — there's plenty to keep you occupied. Tally Ho is approximately 3 miles away, while Blackburn is 2 miles.
Fill up the tank, put your seat belt on and get ready to feel the cool sea breeze on your skin. Vermont offers some fantastic stretches of coast, such as:
If you're going to Vermont for work-related purposes, there's a good chance you'll be visiting some business and convention centers. With your own rental car, you can rest easy knowing you'll make it there on time. Here are some of the biggest and the best:
Rent a car and get around Vermont your way. Love to head out into some nature? Opt for a full-size car. This vehicle is perfect for those after adventure in the great outdoors. Just want to get easily from A to B and traveling lightly? If you're not planning on driving for long distances, a fuel-efficient mini is a great option.
You'll be pleased to hear that there's a great range of both high-end and economy rentals in Vermont. What you go with is largely dependent on how much you want to spend and the activities you've got planned. Specialty and prestige vehicles are hard to beat if you're all about mod cons and comfort. If you're splurging, why not pick an SUV with all the bells and whistles, or perhaps an upmarket mid-sized vehicle? On the other hand, if you just need a car to whiz around town in as economically as possible, go for a budget compact vehicle (or something else that won't blow your budget).