The car rental industry is booming, but it can also be a tough time to find one in your area.
We’ve compiled some of the best deals around.
Car rental in Milwaukee – You can rent a car in Milwaukee.
Car rentals are available on a first-come, first-served basis from July 10 through October 14.
Call (414) 974-5272 to book your next car rental in the city.
Car leasing – There are thousands of car leases in Milwaukee, and many are available for lease.
Call or email for an appointment.
Contact John Stoddard at [email protected] for more information.
Car sales – Cars are going for as much as $500 per day, and you’ll need to get the car in great condition to qualify for a lease.
Visit www.sjwh.org to get your car inspected for rust and other damage.
Car loans – There’s no need to wait for a car loan to become available, but you may want to consider financing a car before it becomes available.
Visit auto loan.gov for more details.
Motorcycles and bikes – For a little extra money, there are a lot of great deals on the motorcycles and bicycles in Milwaukee as well.
Visit mtbikemarketing.com for more info.
Rentals on bikes – Some people may prefer to rent bikes, and if you have a good bike, you can rent them for less than you would a car.
Visit the Milwaukee Bike Network for more tips.
Renting a car – If you want to buy a car, you need the right car.
You can buy a used car from a used dealership or from a fleet of certified private hire vehicles.
If you have no idea how much you’ll spend, visit www.buyingacrossstate.org or call 800-331-8585.
Driving in Milwaukee- The state has some of Wisconsin’s strictest driving laws, and it’s a good idea to know your rights and responsibilities.
Visit https://drivewisconsin.org/law.html for more.
Businesses – Visit www and get the most up-to-date information on Wisconsin businesses and other business topics.
State parks and recreation – Visit the Wisconsin State Parks website for current park closures, hours and special events.
Government – Visit https and get news, current government information and more.
State libraries – Visit state.legislation.state.gov and download the Legislative Information Manual for a quick guide to current law.
Schools – The state provides free and low-cost public school classes for all students in the state, and the Milwaukee Public Schools offers free and reduced-cost private school classes.
Free parking in Milwaukee and Madison – There is free parking in the Milwaukee area, including the city limits and some of its suburbs.
Call the Milwaukee Parking Authority at (414 ) 439-3475 to request a free parking spot.
Food Trucks in Milwaukee City and Milwaukee County – Visit http://www.freightfoodtruck.com/milwaukee-city-county-food-truck-info/ for a list of trucks in the area.
Schools and day care centers – Visit daycare.org and get more information on local day care providers.
State and local parks and wildlife – Visit Wisconsin’s parks and parks for more state and local information.
Free transportation in Milwaukee County and Milwaukee City – Free transportation is available in Milwaukee county and Milwaukee city from the Milwaukee County Public Transportation Authority at 714-543-7000, or visit the Milwaukee Parks and Recreation website for more county and city information.
Wisconsin Public Broadcasting – Visit wbpr.org.
The Wisconsin Historical Society – Visit our website for information on historical Milwaukee topics, including Milwaukee and the history of the state.
University of Wisconsin-Madison – Visit campus.uw.edu/history.
The Milwaukee Public Library – Visit Milwaukee Public Libraries website for the latest news.
The State of Wisconsin – Learn more about the state’s resources and resources available to you.
Wisconsin Department of Health – Get all the latest information on health, wellness, nutrition and more on the Wisconsin Department’s website at wdh.gov.
The United States Capitol – Visit capitol.gov/statehouse.
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The Center for Wisconsin History – Visit bwhistory.org 28.
Wisconsin Tourism Department – Visit tourism.statehouse,statehousepressroom,statetourism,tourist-services,Wisconsin,wisconsin-statehouse-pressroom-info,state-houses,wisconsincamps-state-press-room