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    Car Hire in Dallas at the Best Prices

    Known for the TV show of the same name, Dallas is now one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. The metropolis welcomes travellers with a myriad of sightseeing attractions, which are best seen with a rental car. Browse Auto Europe’s booking engine for the best prices for car hire in Dallas and make the most of your travels. Try out our award-winning customer service and save on your holiday with our fantastic deals. Please visit our Dallas car hire reviews page to gain a better idea of what previous Auto Europe customers thought of their car rental experience in the city.


    Four main interstate highways meet in Dallas, making the city a well-connected spot with the rest of the cities in Texas, with the interstate 45 taking you to Houston and the interstate 35 East leading to San Antonio. Several loop roads circle Dallas centre and the suburban area. It is best to avoid driving your car rental in Dallas during the rush hour, as the city centre tends to get pretty congested and frequent bottlenecks occur.

    Take a look at our US driving guide and learn about the basic traffic regulations in the country.


    Parking in Dallas city centre is metered. When driving your car hire in Dallas it is recommended that you read every parking restrictions sign, as parking has not been created equal and rates may differ. The most popular means of payment is “Parkmobile”, a city-run mobile application to pay for parking.

    Geographic Information

    Dallas is the ninth largest city in the USA and the third in Texas, after Houston and San Antonio. The city’s economy has been closely linked with oil and cotton industry. Nowadays, Dallas is home to a variety of industries, including defence, financial services, information technology, telecommunications and transportation.

    The city has a humid subtropical climate and is prone to extreme weather conditions, such as tornados or hailstorms. Summers tend to be hot and winters are mild.

    Dallas Airport

    Dallas/Fort Worth Airport is situated 16 miles north-west of Dallas city centre. The Airport is the main hub of American Airlines and serves as an international air gateway for the Dallas-Forth Worth area with over 50 international and more than 170 domestic flight routes. Flights to London Heathrow are operated by British Airways and American Airlines.

    Dallas Airport (DFW)
    Website: Dallas Fort Worth Airport
    Telephone: +1 972-973-3112

    Public Transportation

    The Dallas-area public transportation authority called DART provides bus, rail and HOV – high-occupancy traffic lanes services. Although the bus and rail system is extensive, the services run every ten minutes during peak hours and less frequently at other times. The old-style trams operate in downtown Dallas.

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