Car with a kayak on the roof is parked with dunes, a lake and the ocean in the background.
: Melanie Ryan Griffin

Cars, RVs & FUVs

Rent a car, a recreational vehicle (RV) or a fun utility vehicle (FUV) for long or short spins around the region. With a car or RV drive the scenic byways from the coast to the Cascades. Car and RV rentals are an easy way to explore on your own time and at your own pace — just grab a map and go! Rental cars are available in most regional cities and at the Eugene Airport. 

There are numerous electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in the Eugene - Springfield area. Learn more about the City of Eugene's e-mobility programs.

Arcimoto is known for their sporty electric vehicles called FUVs which zip around town. Rent or buy one for touring. You can also shop for a car at one of the local car dealerships.

Navigating local traffic lanes

Signage and lanes may look different here. Please note a few guidelines: Red "bus only" lanes, referred to as BAT lanes, have specific driving rules about where drivers can or cannot drive, stop and turn. This guidance can be found here on the Lane Transit District website. Green "bicycle" lanes are protected spaces for cyclists. Learn more about how these work on this City of Eugene PDF.

Car Rentals

(EUG Airport) 28801 Douglas Dr Ste 7, Eugene

(EUG Airport) 28801 Douglas Drive, Ste 6, Eugene

1515 Highway 99 North, Eugene

(EUG Airport) 28801 Douglas Drive, Ste 6, Eugene

1515 Highway 99, North, Eugene

Enterprise Rent-A-Car
(EUG Airport) 28801 Douglas Dr, Ste 7, Eugene

(EUG Airport) 28801 Douglas Dr, Eugene

(Amtrak Eugene Station) 433 Willamette St, Eugene

655 W 7th Ave, Eugene

(EUG Airport) 28801 Douglas Dr Ste 7, Eugene

Online, arrange delivery or meeting location, Eugene

Arcimoto is where you can find locally made, electrically charged Fun Utility Vehicles. These three-wheeled vehicles are made for everyday driving…

An interesting side note: Oregon is one of two states (the other is New Jersey), where attendants are required to pump gas for you. A 1951 Oregon statute prohibits customers from self-service citing a variety of reasons from safety and health to job creation.

RV Rentals

Rent or buy a RV or motor home to travel from the Oregon Coast to the Cascades at a leisurely pace or on a flexible schedule. This affordable vacation option appeals to adventurers who enjoy the great outdoors and scenic byways. A home-on-wheels is also convenient for traveling with pets or children. Or take your trailer tailgating at a University of Oregon sports event!

Recreational vehicle drivers share a bond. Connect with RV owners in Oregon for guidance and inside tips. Visit the RV-friendly communities of Junction City and Coburg, long-time RV industry towns. There are beautiful RV parks and campgrounds throughout the region.

Drive your RV here 

Eugene, Oregon is central to miles of scenic roads and national and state byways. Drive through a diversity of stunning landscapes, all easily accessible from the bustling RV-friendly hub of Eugene - Springfield.

Upgrade, repair or outfit your RV 

Eugene - Springfield is central for RV service, with many highly skilled RV technicians who can get you back on the road again — in style. While your RV is repaired or upgraded, there is plenty to see and do around town from shopping to sight-seeing. 

Junction City, Coburg and the Eugene - Springfield area have been recreational vehicle industry hubs for decades. With RV-friendly businesses and RV repair services, these communities offer RV owners the opportunity to find experienced RV service providers from mechanics to upholstery to furnishings. Outfit your RV, shop for supplies or upgrades and connect with the RV knowledgeable community.

Come to shop

Tax-free shopping in Oregon means big savings for you. Eugene is a great place to buy electronics, art, jewelry, antiques, furniture, bicycles, boats, clothes, cars, and yes, even recreational vehicles. Our Eugene malls, shopping districts and markets attract many destination shoppers.

Bicycle-friendly communities

It's true Eugene is made for cyclists. Loop around the Willamette River on twelve miles of lovely paved riverbank paths. Ride out to the local vineyards or through historic covered bridges. Three of Oregon's official scenic bikeways roll through the region. Discover Bike Friday's innovative folding travel bicycles and tour their factory. 

Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area 

A a dune buggy tour of the largest coastal sand dunes in North America. The dunes are great for bird watching, stargazing, hiking, horseback riding and playing in the sand.

Red, red wine!

Willamette Valley is known for its picturesque wineries growing award-winning Pinot Noir. Over a dozen wineries are within thirty minutes of Eugene. Sip your way from tasting room to tasting room, attend a Pinot clinic or enjoy a late summer picnic under the stars while listening to live music on the vineyard grounds.