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Wild Road Trips with a Jeep Wrangler Rental in California

California offers some varying terrain and adventures that are perfect to explore in a Jeep Wrangler for hire. With its mighty 3.6-liter V6 engine and 285 horsepower, this five-passenger SUV has the performance you desire when embarking on a trek. This 4×4 also offers a six-speed automatic transmission, electro-hydraulic power-assist steering, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Roll Stability Control (RSC) and removable rear windows.

California is the third largest state in the country, so you know that there are plenty of places to explore in a Jeep rental. From the Sierra Nevada to the Pacific Coast Highway, there are also lots of unique terrains to travel on. Head to the Douglas fir forests located in the northwest or to the Mojave Desert found in the southeast. In the state, you’ll see the highest point of the country (Mount Whitney) as well as the lowest (Death Valley). There are also roads in the state that are referred to as California Jeep Trails. The most famous of these roads is the Rubicon Trail which is near Lake Tahoe. It’s 22-miles long and located in the Sierra Nevada. The best part about having a Wrangler rental for the trip is that there’s plenty of cargo room for all your gear. If you need more room, simply put down the rear seats.

You might also considering driving the Jeep Sahara. This five-passenger 4×4 is equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 engine and 285 horsepower. Not only does it offer a removable manual Targa, but it also comes with ABS Traction control and a Uconnect 3 with a five-inch display. If you want to head to the beach, the Sahara will take you there in style. You could also head from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. It takes about 4 and half hours to drive from one to another, and there’s plenty to see along the way. Start at the Mormon Rocks, then check out the iconic Route 66 near Barstow.

You can also visit the Bottletree Ranch, Old Woman Meteorite, the original Del Taco, Train Car McDonald’s, Calico Ghost Town, Peggy Sue’s Diner and the Mojave National Preserve. In Nevada, you can stop at Whiskey Pete’s, the Pioneer Saloon, Seven Magic Mountains, Valley of the Fire State Park and Red Rock Canyon State Park.

If you would rather spend your time traveling from Los Angeles to San Francisco, you’ll want to spend the extra time taking CA Hwy 1, otherwise known as the coastal route. In total, you might spend about 10 hours driving, but the views and scenery will make that trip worthwhile. Much of the ride is on windy two-lane roads perfect for experiencing the true handling of your Jeep for hire. The best way to experience it is to break it down into several days or even a week. This gives you a chance to visit all the beaches and sights at your leisure. With your Jeep Wrangler rental in California, there’s no stopping you from any adventure you desire.

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