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How to rent a car internationally

How to rent a car internationally

Do your research

Your eligibility may be impacted by variables, such as your age and your driver's license type. Before making a reservation, check the prerequisites for driving lawfully in the destination nation to make sure you are prepared.


Consider various options

Reserving your vehicle in advance will often cost you less, while your choices may also be limited if you're travelling during the busy season. Reserving your car and paying in advance is an option that will help make your journey that much simpler.


Drive safely

Fill up.

Make sure your tank is filled before you leave, to avoid being charged for a refill. It is also important to remember to return your car with a full tank, as the refuelling charge can be pricey.

Check your tyres.

Make sure the weight is right on all four tyres. You can do this at most fuel stations.

Observe for harm.

Make sure there isn't any unreported harm from prior tenants, so you're not held responsible.


Follow the rules

Make sure you are familiar with the traffic laws of your destination before starting your trip abroad. Understanding the fundamentals, such as which side of the road to travel on, the posted speed limit, and how to read basic road signs, particularly those that are written in a language you don't understand, is vital when driving in a foreign country.

When picking up your vehicle, inquire if there are any country-specific driving regulations you should be aware of, whether they are legal requirements or simply local knowledge.