Whether you need to get to a business meeting or cheaply hop from one country to another while abroad, there is a plethora of ground transportation options to meet any traveler’s needs. From rentals cars to public transportation, here are some of the best ways to save some green on getting around.

1. Car Sharing
Well-known companies like Enterprise and Zipcar have made car sharing a popular option for domestic travelers on the go. These programs are perfect for those who don’t need to drive every day and can’t justify owning a car. Cars can be reserved by the hour or day and fuel is included, as is insurance. These cars also are conveniently found in airport parking lots. This is a wonderful, budget-friendly option for the traveler who enjoys being behind the wheel.

2. Limos
Feeling fancy? Whether you’re looking for a fun night on the town or merely want to travel in luxury from the airport to your hotel, limos don’t have to be an extravagant expense. If you’re interested in taking a limo, your best bet is on a weekday when limo companies offer deep discounts and better rates. If you’re traveling with colleagues or friends, remember that most companies charge per limo, not per person … so the more, the merrier (and cost-efficient)!

3. Rail
If you’re planning a European trip and are interested in seeing multiple countries while abroad, trains can be a wallet-friendly option. According to Lonely Planet, you can get the best rail prices when you book early. This is especially true for Western European railways. If you can solidify your travel itinerary about one to three months ahead of time, you can expect to save yourself both money and undue stress. However, if you can’t predict your travel schedule that far in advance, at least weigh the pros and cons of point-to-point tickets vs. railpasses. Unless you plan to spend a significant amount of time on the rails, point-to-point passes are often a much better option with a more appealing price point. Why spend $500 on a railpass if you’re only going to make three train trips for $40 to $50 each?

Whatever transportation option you choose, you can sit back and enjoy the ride knowing that you’ve saved money. And if you’re looking for additional ways to save, make sure to reserve your airport parking spot with AirportParkingReservations.com.