Although it is a metropolis of 2.5 million people. Driving for those who are unfamiliar with the Miami isn't complicated at all: Two main streets splits the city - Miami Avenue runs from north to south; and Flagler St. Runs from east to west. Other streets are numbered in comparison to these two. It's an easy trick and when you get it orientation turns to be very easy. Please note that outside the city, in areas such as Miami Beach or Hialeah, streets numbering is totally different.
Miami's International Airport is 13km north-west of down town. However, if you intend to get Florida from other place in the US, you might find Fort Lauderdale Airport more comfortable (though it's 30km away). Ofran operates in both airports as well as Miami Beach and other major locations, via several major car rental companies. The convenient locations and efficient costumers service offers Ofran's clients the ability to plan their trip in Miami and Florida optimally.
Car group categories vary between small, compact, intermediate and luxury cars and also include minivans. All categories are automatic. Road service is available 24 hours a day, whether you're in a big city or in rural areas
Four major highways cross through Miami: The I-95 runs north along Florida's east coast toward Orlando. The other three include Florida's Turnpike, Dolphin Expressway (route 836) and Palmetto Expressway. Part of the trip in Miami area is the constant passage among islands (that are several kilometers east to the shore) and the mainland. Rickenbacker Bridge in the southern passage to Virginia Key and Key Biscayne, and the Venetian bridge connects Miami and Miami Beach. Macarthur Bridge leads to South Beach. Driving further south to Key West on routes 826 and 874 is a matter of three hours. At the opposite direction, the I-95 is the best option driving to West Palm Beach and upper Florida.