What We Offer
We offer reservations to guarantee that you have a car when you need one, this guarantee is only a the price of your car rental. Unfortunately in order to optimize our reservations, this is non refundable
Quality Cars For Quality People
Awesome Car Rentals offers reservations with advance payment. We offer this to you so you know your rental will be there when you need it. Unlike other rental car companies, we will never over book just text a copy of your drivers license, and method of payment to 435-283-5525 and we will prepare your contract. Cash is cheaper, but a credit card must be kept on file in case of unforseen problems, such as damages, or fuel charges. We value our customers' and strive to make your rental as quick, and easy as possible.
Here For You,
Locally Owned, Locally Loved
Sanpete County has small towns within it, one of them is Ephraim. Ephraim is just one of those towns that is a proud supporter of Snow College. Both Ephraim and Snow College grow bigger every year, and yet still maintains the visions of a small town. Accidents happen, deers get hit, cars break down, some want to take trips, and prefer not to put unnecessary miles on their lease or personal car. Others have their own reasons for needing a nice dependable car to rent. Before Awesome Car Rentals opened the closest place to rent a car for those living in Sanpete County was an hour or more North or South. At best, you are looking at an hour to pick up a car, and an hour to take it back. We are here to provide individuals in the community with the luxury of renting a car RIGHT HERE IN EPHRAIM, UTAH.
meet the founder, robert ericksen
Robert Ericksens" father grew up in Mount Pleasant. Robert grew up spending many hours in Sanpete County visiting family, friends, and relatives, most of those who still live here. To this day you can go to Mt. Pleasant over by Beck's Furniture, and Skyline Pharmacy, and see on the side of the building where his ancestors used to own Ericksen's Meat and Grocery, there still exist the painted sign on the side of the building. There is also The Relic Home on main street that used to belong to his Grandma, and Grandpa Ericksen,. His grandparents also owned an acre corner piece of property, that when he was growing up. he used to play in fields that were taller than he was as a young kid, the acre property even had it's own outhouse on it back when he was young.