Rental Cars Offering Benefits You Can’t Resist

Rental cars come with a range of benefits that add more to your convenience and comfort. Rental cars are always the option that you can rely on for traveling.

Some of the reasons why rental cars are the best option are listed below:

  1. No worry about the taxi prices or bus timings. Your rental car will be available for you whenever required.
  2. Save money that you would be spending on the taxis otherwise. Professional companies offer great packages that do not kill your wallet.
  3. If you have arrived at the airport, it is good to book a rental car for yourself that will take you to your place.
  4. You don’t have to carry the heavy luggage to the bus stop.
  5. You are free of the maintenance that is a must if you own a car.
  6. The car rental company will take the responsibility and make sure the car is capable of moving around the city.Car Rental LA



We Found The Best Fall Events In The Los Angeles Area

Fall has officially arrived, and even in Southern California, the changes are noticeable. While the days here are still sunny and beautiful, there’s no denying that the leaves are changing color and the air feels a little crisper.

Autumn is an amazing time to visit Los Angeles, especially if you’re in denial about the end of summer and want to stay in the sunshine. Every year, the City of Angels and its surrounding suburbs host some impressive fall events you won’t want to miss. So book your flights, take a look at Super Cheap’s Los Angeles car rental reservation packages, and get ready to greet the new season LA-style.

Here are a few of the amazing autumn events that await you:


Music Tastes Good, September 30 and October 1

The annual Music Tastes Good Festival is taking over downtown Long Beach on September 30, and this year’s lineup is, as usual, spectacular. Hear some excellent music and indulge in a farm-to-table dinner, Bloody Mary brunch, and countless other culinary delights. Get your tickets here.


Alpine Village Oktoberfest, until October 28

Torrance is the place to be for Oktoberfest in the LA area! Southern Californians have been celebrating Oktoberfest here for almost 50 years, and USA Today once named it one of the best Oktoberfests in the world. The festival is held on seven consecutive weekends, but you can expect (fun) crowds whenever you’re there. Tickets cost between $5 and $20 depending on when you go.


Los Angeles Dragon Boat Festival, October 7

If you’ve ever been curious about paddling, or if you just want to watch the lion dancers on the sidelines and crazy outfits on the teams (there’s a costume competition), head to the LA Dragon Boat Festival at Whittier Narrows Recreation Area in El Monte on October 7. This is a unique festival you won’t want to miss.


Manhattan Beach Street Fair, October 7-8

LA’s beach cities are beautiful and unique, and Manhattan Beach is no exception. At their street fair, you can shop from over 200 artists and vendors, drink at the beer and wine garden, enjoy food from nonprofit groups, and visit a kids’ area at Live Oak Park. Best of all, it’s all free.


Joshua Tree Music Festival, October 5-8

Joshua Tree is about a two-hour drive from LA, but luckily you’ll already have your inexpensive car rental Los Angeles already covered. If you’ll be in town on these dates, head to the desert for a music festival like no others. This party features over 30 bands who are not yet household names (but just as talented), yoga classes, and free water for all.


Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, October 14

Will Rogers State Historic Park hosts the annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, a celebrity favorite (Gwyneth Paltrow, Mandy Moore and Isla Fisher love to go). Make sure you wear your wide-brimmed hat and fancy attire for this polo match, which is led by Nacho Figueras, an Argentine polo star. Get your tickets here.


Off the Hook Seafood Festival, October 14

If you’d rather dine on oysters and shrimp on the Santa Monica Pier on October 14, the Off the Hook Seafood Festival may be more your style. This event features some of the city’s best restaurants and seafood dishes, and they’ll also have cocktails, cooking demos and live music.


Boo at the LA Zoo, October 1-31

If you’re traveling to Los Angeles with children (or you’re just a kid at heart), head to Boo at the LA Zoo on any date in October. Adventures will include special animal feedings, pumpkin carving, and live performances, just to name a few. On October 28 and 29, they’ll also have trick-or-treating.


Day of the Dead at the Cemetery, October 28

Hollywood Forever Cemetery is always a popular tourist attraction, and they host a few spooky events in October. Their Day of the Dead celebration features costumed crowds, ornate altars, live music, and Mexican food.


West Hollywood Halloween Carnival, October 31

On Halloween, Santa Monica Boulevard will be closed between La Cienega Boulevard and Doheny Drive for the annual West Hollywood Halloween Carnival. This free event is open to people of all ages, though it’s definitely best suited for adults. The all-night celebration includes music stages, a parade, and plenty of other excitement.


Knott’s Scary Farm, through October 31

From late September through Halloween, Knott’s Berry Farm transforms into something a little more sinister. The entire theme park gets in on the action, making it the most haunting Halloween event in Southern California. From haunted houses to mazes to wandering monsters and even haunted midway rides, you should come expecting to scream (especially when you see the creepy clowns). Admission starts at just $40, which isn’t outrageous considering all the costs of production.






October 11th, 2016



LOS ANGELES, CA — Super Cheap Car Rental, a trusted car rental company serving Los Angeles, San Francisco and Orange County, has won a 2016 Renter Rated Award from ExpressITech Inc. in the category of Most Recommended To Others. ExpressITech Inc. is a rental management system and the founder of

“We are seriously honored and, while pleasantly surprised, we also completely understand how we could have won the Renter Rated award for Most Recommended to Others,” said the owner of Super Cheap Car Rental. “We work very hard to make the rental experience as pleasant and easy as possible. Being a small independent agency gives us the ability to be truly hands on with our customers. We just get it.”

Renter Rated is a program developed by that gives renters the opportunity to share their experiences. After their rental experience, the customers are encouraged to rate the agency one to five stars based on nine criteria. All the ratings are tallied, and the more ratings an agency has, the more accurate the star rating value will be.

Super Cheap Car Rental is celebrating their 20th anniversary this year. Their first location opened in Los Angeles in 1996 with the goal of appealing to young and international renters by offering them flat, all inclusive car rental rates. The company began to make a name for itself right away, and by the year 2000, students, interns and foreign workers were taking the bus from Orange County and San Diego to rent through Super Cheap. There are now offices in San Francisco and Orange County in addition to the original Los Angeles location.

One thing that sets Super Cheap apart from other car rental companies is their lack of extra fees for renters between the ages of 21 and 24. Most companies will either not rent to people under the age of 25 or they’ll charge them extra fees. Super Cheap’s rates are not higher for 21-24 year old renters, and their fees for ages 20 and under are nominal.

Car Rental Express awards rental agencies annually for their excellent Renter Rated ratings. This is the first award of its kind for Super Cheap Car Rental.