Taking a rental car to get to Orlando’s theme parks is a good option, as the parks are located within a 24 km (15 mile) radius, which makes it easy to get from one to the other.

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Before getting into the car you rented, you should be aware of a few details about driving in the State of Florida, in order to enjoy your trip without any traffic blunders.

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Fines for traffic violations and infractions in Florida must be paid within 30 days after the date of issue. When renting a car, it is recommendable to consider a few details that can reduce your risks of receiving a traffic ticket. Discover all the facts you must know.

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There are basic insurance packages that are required; as well as other optional packages that the customer can choose from, depending on the amount of vehicle use, available budget, and the sense of confidence the customer wants to have while driving a rental car.

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Miami offers a variety of beaches for all interests and tastes, from the most popular to the most remote and secluded. You only need to bring the necessary information, rent a car with a GPS in your language (RentingCarz, offer this option), and then you’re ready to jump into the adventure.

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To celebrate its 60th anniversary, Disneyland is preparing a 24-hour celebration, which will take place on May 22, 2015. For those who do not know the park, it is a good excuse to mark this date on your calendar and start looking into getting a car rental to plan for an unforgettable vacation.

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For Star Wars fans who meet in Miami or Orlando from May 15 to June 14, it will probably be very difficult to resist the temptation to get in their rental car and set off for Disney Parks to be present for this unique event.

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The Everglades is a national park located about 40 minutes from downtown Miami. It is a nature reserve made up of swamps, tropical jungles and grasslands, and inhabited by various endangered species such as the West Indian Manatee, Florida panthers and American crocodiles. It is the natural and untouched part of the United States and has been declared a World Heritage.

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