How to rent a trusted luxury carCarHopper is billed as the first online booking platform for luxury and exotic car rentals that supposedly takes less than 60 seconds to book. Users can choose from BMWs to Bentleys in select U.S. cities like Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Miami, New York City, the Hamptons, Orlando, and San Francisco.

CarHopper aims to streamline the luxury car rental experience by providing a new business-to-consumer marketplace. Unlike its competitors, CarHopper connects renters with vendors directly rather than offering vehicles owned by individuals in the peer-to-peer market.

You can book using CarHopper’s app (iOS or Android) or website. Just search by date, destination or car and CarHopper will filter out the luxury cars it has available. The site works directly with the best luxury car suppliers in each city to provide customers with a more seamless experience, and they vet renters before fleet owners receive the reservation request by conducting a driving record check.

I just did a search for cars at LAX for November 23 and a one-day rental ranged from $85 for a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro to $2,100 for a 2016 Rolls-Royce Dawn.



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