One available Premium 4x4 rental, a 5-passenger Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Alaska Car Rentals

Get behind the wheel and explore Alaska’s scenic byways.

Full-size Camry available for rental in Anchorage.

Alaska Car Rentals

Get behind the wheel and explore Alaska’s scenic byways.

Premium 4-passenger Jeep Wrangler for off-the-beaten-path travel.

Alaska Car Rentals

Get behind the wheel and explore Alaska’s scenic byways.

Rent a car to experience Alaska independently.

Alaska Car Rentals

Get behind the wheel and explore Alaska’s scenic byways.

An Alaska 4x4 Premium SUV, a Chevrolet Suburban able to fit 8 passengers.

Alaska Car Rentals

Get behind the wheel and explore Alaska’s scenic byways.

Alaska Car Rentals

Alaska's main transportation corridor runs from the port town of Seward in Southcentral Alaska through Anchorage, Denali National Park, and into Fairbanks in the state's Interior. Most summer visitors rely on train and bus transportation to get from destination to destination, but many of our guests enjoy the independence that comes from driving yourself, particularly when heading to off the beaten path destinations like Homer or Valdez.

Most travelers pick up their rental cars in Anchorage at or near the airport. Anchorage is Alaska's main airline hub and has the widest selection of standard rental cars. Note that these rentals are not permitted on gravel roads in Alaska.

Go Farther & See More with a 4x4 Rental

If you plan to travel on gravel roads like the Denali Highway or the road to McCarthy and Kennicott, opt for a Premium 4x4 SUV rental. These are top-notch, four-wheel-drive vehicles like the Jeep Wrangler, Traverse, or Suburban.

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One-Way Rentals

Here's a way to make the most of your time in Alaska: Book a one-way 4x4 SUV or van rental from Anchorage to Fairbanks or Fairbanks to Anchorage. This lets you cover more ground without "backtracking," or even combine a rental car with a trip on the Alaska Railroad.

We also have special offers for cruise passengers looking for Seward car rentals and Whittier car rentals.

More on Driving in Alaska

The major highways between Seward, Anchorage, Denali Park, and Fairbanks are all paved and easily traveled in the summer by any type of vehicle. Maximum speed limits range from 55 to 65 mph. Highways are mostly paved with one lane of travel in each direction. Less traveled roads in Alaska are generally in good shape. Fuel is more expensive the further away you are from Anchorage, with prices last summer ranging from $2.75 to $3.50 per gallon. If you plan to do a lot of driving in Alaska, the Alaska Milepost guidebook is an invaluable resource to have with you as you travel Alaska.

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Alaska Car Rentals