Easirent car rental in Miami for young drivers

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Traveling in Miami is hard to imagine without a personal car. Therefore, a perfect variant is to apply to the services of car rental. Have you heard about Easirent Miami? Working every day of the week, the company offers rental services without any problems and fuss in any of its offices. You do not need a deposit for booking, but you must make an order with your credit card.

It is a fact that the majority of tourists in Miami are young people. So, you must be aware of all the nuances of car rental for young drivers.


To rent a car from Easirent, you must meet a number of requirements. First of all, you must have a driving experience of at least two years. In most cases, the driver must be at least 25 years old and not over 75 years old. However, there are some exceptions. Young people in the age from 21-25 can hire a car of the Low and Middle class, paying additional fee. The cheapest car of Economical class from Easirent in Miami is Toyota Yaris.

Documents for car rental:

  • printed voucher that confirms your order (if the reservation was made online);
  • driver’s license;
  • a credit card of the main driver.

General terms

Carefully read the terms of the lease to understand how much you will have to pay in the end. Also note that standard insurance does not cover damage to the windows, the bottom, the roof and some other parts of the vehicle.

According to the conditions of the company Easirent car rental MIA, you take and return the car with a full tank. In addition, you are met and accompanied during all rental processes.

Places to go

Here are some ideas of interesting places to drive in Miami and its surroundings.

Florida Keys

Florida Keys are 800 islands, stretching 180 km from the southernmost point of the mainland towards Cuba. Start your trip with Key Largo, to which a unique highway over the ocean leads and finish with Key West, the southernmost point of the United States. Here lived, fished and wrote Ernest Hemingway.

Biscayne Bay

See how people live travelling to the man-made island of well-being in Biscayne Bay in the vicinity of Miami Beach. It was built in 1922 by order of the developer Karl Fischer. The town was originally planned for pretentious private building – hence the name Star Island. Residents there often change and do not like to stand out. Entrance to the island is through the barrier, you can get to the territory only by car. Then, follow towards the islands of Palm and Hibiscus are chained – in architectural terms, the last is the more interesting.


In America, several cities are called “Venice”, such as Fort Lauderdale. Accordingly, here you will see a lot of channels instead of streets and a vast private fleet. If you got here on wheels, go to Swap Shop Drive-In, the world’s largest auto-cinema with 13 screens.

Lion Country Safari

First, you drive through the prairie and savannah, where different wild animals and birds inhabit. Then you leave the car in the parking lot and go for a walk in the amusement park, where there is a lot of interesting things.

Ice bar

This bar has become one of the most vibrant sights in Miami. Visitors are given warm clothes, because in the bar they will have to drink beverages at sub-zero temperatures (-5’C or 23’F). Glasses are also made of ice. The entrance is open for children, they are also given fur coats and hats. You can find it on the address: 1672 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139.

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