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Car Rental Newark Airport

Atlantic City, New Jersey

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Newark is the largest city in the US state of New Jersey. An educational and financial centre of New Jersey, it sporting and cultural venues are also some of the most popular in the state.

The city has a typical East Coast climate, with cold, damp winters and dry, sunny summers. While not one of New Jersey’s traditionally ‘tourist-driven’ cities, Newark does experience thousands of visitors to the city during the summer months, particularly those seeking to visit Manhattan or New York City, but preferring to be accommodated somewhere a little quieter than these two bustling cities.

Newark also offers several local attractions of its own, and many of these are centred on the city’s architectural and cultural influences, with many universities, museums and banking institutions among the ranks of its many impressive buildings.

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Arriving Newark Airport

Newark Airport is located in the US state of New Jersey, and primarily services the cities of Newark and Elizabeth. Located around 15km from the city centre, taxi cabs from the airport to the centre of town can be expected to cost you around $22-$27 for the journey.

One of the less busy airports serving New Jersey, traffic levels tend to be fairly quiet throughout the year, and airport procedures therefore tend to move very quickly, with a shuttle system which will take you directly to the rental car network.

Airport staff have sometimes been remarked as not being the friendliest or most helpful, but this is a small price to pay for a quick exit from the airport.

Without offering too many facilities, in the way of dining and shopping outlets, there is a small selection available, and pricing tends to mirror that of the local New Jersey area.

Driving In Newark

Driving in Newark is generally fairly easy, compared to America’s more tourist-driven cities. The local drivers are generally helpful and friendly towards foreign visitors, and with its many long, open highways and abundant street signage, the major road networks are well-designed and simple to navigate.

Traffic levels tend to be fairly manageable, with congestion only occurring around peak traffic hours on the city centre. Public transport is very reasonably priced, and you may wish to use this to visit the various attractions as opposed to driving through the city.

If you do decide to drive into downtown Newark, you will find that car parking is reasonably priced, securely guarded and with good availability throughout the day.

Newark Driving Tips

  • Drivers are responsible for all passengers wearing seatbelts. If pulled over, it is the driver who will be charged for failing to ensure that seatbelts are worn at all times.
  • As with elsewhere in the US, drink driving is strictly prohibited. You will be pulled over and charged if you attempt to drink while you are driving.
  • American cars drive on the right side of the road. Only use the left lane while performing overtaking maneuvers.
  • Children under the age of 12 cannot sit in the front seat of the car. Also, all children under the age of 8 must have a car seat or booster seat in order to travel.

Things To Do In Newark

  • Newark Museum – Filled with historical exhibitions, facts and general information, this is one of New Jersey’s most popular museums.
  • Prudential Centre – One of New Jerseys’ most modern ice hockey arenas – catch a game there during your visit to the city.
  • Ironbound – A district of enormous historical importance to new Jersey, filled with traditional bars, restaurants and shopping outlets.

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