Time to hit the open road and venture out to Webster. Just 34 miles away, a day trip here is a no-brainer. Want an excuse to check it out? Webster Golf Club and Webster City Park ought to be enough reason. If you need any more convincing, also consider American Lutheran Church.
Located 2 miles from Watertown, Goss Opera Hall is an awesome place to go for a work conference. After a long day of mingling and getting to know new faces, you’ll be able to drive out to a nearby restaurant or go for a leisurely cruise around the area.
Here you’ll find our top recommendations if you’re looking to bag the best deal on a car rental:
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Research is the key to getting your hands on the cheapest rentals deals in town, so be sure to take a look at both airport and non-airport pickup and drop-off outlets before you book your ride
If your pickup and drop-off dates are not set in stone, try scoring a better price by changing the days of the week in your search
Pickup and drop-off times typically need to be the same (e.g, both 11 a.m.) or you may be required to pay for another full day
Keep more dollars in your wallet. You’ll grab some of the best deals when you prepay your rental
And finally, lock in your booking as soon as possible to grab a load of savings!
Whether you’re hitting the road alone or with some pals, CarRentals.com will help you find the best wheels for your Watertown adventure. A mini is an ideal option if you’ll be spending nearly all of your time in the city center. Inexpensive and fuel-efficient, these cars will get you from point A to B with ease. If you’re eager to make a splash, rent a ride from our special category. You’re sure to find something that’ll make a few jaws drop. Got the young ones with you? A roomy full-size car should tick all your boxes.
You’re spoiled for choice when it comes to rental cars in Watertown. From SUVs with trunk space galore to economy rides that are a snap to park, you’ll find it all here. Deciding on your perfect match depends on how much you want to spend and what you intend to do. Some road trips are just begging you to splurge on your dream ride, whereas others require no more than an engine and four wheels. Which car will you be sliding behind the wheel of this time?
When driving in unfamiliar territory, you should have some knowledge of the local traffic regulations. Here’s what you need to know to hit the road in Watertown safely:
In Watertown, you’ll have to keep to the right side. When traveling someplace new, it’s wise to opt for an automatic vehicle. That way, you can concentrate on the road ahead and not stress about gear changes.
You’ll discover plenty of places to park the car in Watertown. Even in the heart of the action, you’re likely to score a space right where you need it.
As the population of Watertown is roughly 22,100, you shouldn’t have too much difficulty with traffic. That said, major roads are generally busier in the rush hours before and after work, so you may want to avoid driving then.
While navigating through the streets of Watertown, keep in mind that the speed limits usually range from 20mph to 80mph. Residential zones are 20mph unless otherwise signed.
Most of the time, your chosen car rental company will bill the amount fined 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.
You’re allowed to use a cell phone when driving a car in Watertown. However, we recommend waiting until the end of your journey, or pulling over in a safe spot, before you make that call.
The legal BAC (blood alcohol content) limit while driving in Watertown is 0.08%. If you’re in the mood for a big night, leave the car behind and organize some other way of getting home instead.
Yes you can. But before you turn, you must stop the vehicle completely and only proceed if there’s no traffic approaching.
They are, so buckle up. Although, there are a few exceptions for certain vehicles operated by public transportation systems.