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Recently Booked Toledo Car Rentals from $ 19.62/day


(Nissan Versa Note or Similar)

  • 4
  • 2/4
  • Auto
  • A/C
$ 19.62 /day

($ 78.47 total)


(Honda Civic or Similar)

  • 5
  • 2/4
  • Auto
  • A/C
$ 23.78 /day

($ 71.35 total)


(Chevrolet Spark or Similar)

  • 2
  • 2/4
  • Auto
  • A/C
$ 26.81 /day

($ 80.43 total)


(Hyundai Elantra or Similar)

  • 5
  • 2/4
  • Auto
  • A/C
$ 30.89 /day

($ 247.15 total)


(Kia Optima or Similar)

  • 5
  • 2/4
  • Auto
  • A/C
$ 33.56 /day

($ 134.24 total)


(Chrysler 300 or Similar)

  • 5
  • 2/4
  • Auto
  • A/C
$ 39.96 /day

($ 279.71 total)

Prices are based on bookings made during the previous 42 days. Price is dynamic and varies based on the date of the booking, length of rental and car class. There is no guarantee this price will be in effect at the time of your search.

Your Guide to Toledo, OH

On your next visit to The Buckeye State, make sure you see every bit of one of Ohio’s most treasured cities. Situated at the western edge of Lake Erie, Toledo is the perfect place to visit whether you’re traveling - alone or with your family. See The Glass Capital of the World on your own time with a cheap Toledo, Ohio car rental.

Driving Through Toledo

Steer your car rental to the Toledo Museum of Art. Located on Monroe Street in the downtown area, the museum is home to over 30,000 artistic works. Many of its exhibits center around glass, as Toledo has long been a center for glassmaking. The museum also houses paintings representing various eras, as well as a concert hall that is home to the Toledo Symphony Orchestra.
Toledo’s position on Lake Erie led to a prominent place in the shipping industry, and you can learn a bit about that at the Great Lakes Historical Society, located just over 3 miles east of the Museum of Art. Explore numerous exhibits dedicated to the ships and the men who sailed them, and study the memorabilia handed down through centuries of Great Lakes seafaring.
On the east side of the river, you’ll also find The Docks. This is the spot to refill on energy after a long day spent meandering through Toledo, and it contains restaurants to suit every culinary style. Are you in the mood for Italian? Mexican? Seafood? It’s all here, along with much more.

Beyond Toledo

Having access to rental cars in Toledo, OH means you can see other parts of the state you might not have considered. Cleveland, OH, is 117 miles east—you can get there by going around Lake Erie, passing through several smaller towns and cities along the way. If you’re a football fan, you’ll love watching the Cleveland Browns play at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Additionally, why not see the area outside the state? Fort Wayne, IN is less than 100 miles to the southwest. While there, browse the contents of Castle Gallery, a fabulous mansion-turned-museum, or bring the kids to the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo to make friends with the giraffes.

History of Toledo

The area that became Toledo was inhabited by the French during the late 1600s. Despite this long-term settlement, Toledo itself was not incorporated as a city until 1833, when several towns combined their communities in a bid to be the endpoint of the upcoming Erie Canal. The city failed in its efforts, but it won a great deal of traffic from the canal when the terminus in a neighboring city turned out to be too shallow for the larger transport ships that were emerging. When the railroad became the prominent method of transport during the late 19th century, Toledo established itself as a prominent hub, growing with each passing decade.

The Weather

Toledo has four seasons, but the influence of the Great Lakes means it can experience widely different conditions from year to year. During the winter, Toledo sees average temperatures ranging from the 20s to the 30s, as well as 37 inches of snow. Lake Erie often freezes over during this season. Summer tends to be hot and humid, with average high temperatures in the 70s and 80s. Summer is also when Toledo receives much of its 34 inches of annual rain. Spring and fall tend to see temperatures in the 60s and 70s, along with a few inches of rain per month.

Get Driving

Here at, we want to help you have a great trip. Browse the available car rentals in Toledo, OH, to pick the perfect vehicle from our selection. You’ll get the car you want at a rate you can afford, leaving you with more money to spend on your Glass City getaway.