Road Trip Around Canada for $1 / Day with TransferCar

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Good morning everyone, greetings from New York City.  I am heading to Iceland today, but before I go, I wanted to share this post about TransferCar.  I wrote about TransferCar two years ago when I rented an RV from Los Angeles to Denver: TransferCar Part 1: Introduction to Free One Way Car and RV Rentals (Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4). Since that trip, I haven’t had a chance to use TransferCar again, but I’ve been following their progress over the years.  As of a few days ago, they now have TransferCar rental cars available in Canada.  You can drive a rental car from Vancouver to Calgary or Toronto for $1/day for 4 days and they will include 1 free tank of gas.

On TransferCar’s website, the rental car options are constantly changing, but here are the options available for Canada.  I don’t have any plans to rent a car in Canada, but if I did, I would definitely check out the rental car options on TransferCar.

If you are interested in TransferCar but not interested in Canada, there are quite a few other routes available within the US.  Click on your state to see available routes.

If you have any questions about TransferCar, please leave a comment below.  Have a great weekend everyone!

6 thoughts on “Road Trip Around Canada for $1 / Day with TransferCar

  1. quasimodo

    sounds interesting. thanks for the post. Used your Amazon affiliate icon the other day to buy something. Hopefully you got credit for it.

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      1. quasimodo

        Total was $29.10 before tax – August 31st.

        A book and safety glasses. I will order more through your link later.
        Did it show up?

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        1. Grant Post author

          I just checked my Amazon affiliate account but I don’t see those orders yet, I’ll check back in a few days to see if the orders show up. Thank you for using my Amazon link :)

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          1. quasimodo

            I sometimes wonder if I have a cookie hijacking my Amazon orders. Let me know in a few days. I will wipe clean my browser history and order from a different one I regularly use.

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