Van rental alternatives in Chicago, IL

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Jose
Ford Transit Wagon 2017
I will recommend this company, they are friendly, they really help me out with a van rental. I got there and in 5 minutes I was driving the van to the airport to pick up my sister and her family.
Jose A. - July 1, 2019
Moses
Ford E-Series Van 2014
Great customer service from a 4th generation family business! Bruce, Zach and Co. took care of my rental like I am part of their family. With competitive pricing, an iPass/EzPass at no extra cost (just the toll you used), a key drop off box, AND a return without fill-up (they can fill up at regular gas price)! What else can you ask for?! Highly recommended!
Moses L. - January 23, 2019
steve
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2010
Great ride. Did the trick and served its purpose. Rudi is a stand up guy and was very communicative as well.
Steve L. - December 3, 2018
Ricardo
Ford Transit Wagon 2018
Fantastic experience with a truly professional host and team to help out! Thank you!!
Ricardo R. - September 25, 2018

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Local Chicago favorites

Millennium Park and Michigan Avenue aren’t without their charms, but try booking a car and getting off the beaten path for your next Windy City weekend.

  • Grinders & deep dish

  • The great debate over the best Chicago-style pizza soldiers on, but Giordano’s, Lou Malnati’s, and The Art of Pizza are perennial favorites. Also, notably, the Chicago Diner is one of the best vegan eateries in the country.

  • Chicago Jazz, Baby

  • Louis Armstrong built his reputation in the Windy City, so Chicago is a hotbed of unique and historic jazz venues. Drive your Turo car over to The Green Mill or Jazz Showcase.

  • Wrigley Field

  • While not quite off the beaten path, Wrigley Field is a must for any baseball fan. Built in 1914, it’s the second oldest stadium in the country (after Fenway Park in Boston).