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Would you like to explore the entire island by car? Are you planning to stay here for an extended period of time and would like to travel with comfort? If you answered «yes», then this web site is for you. If you want to pick up and drop off your car at a specific location, you don’t need to pay to have it delivered to you. But if you want to rent it, say, in Bodrum and drive it to the airport or any other location on the peninsula and leave it there, you do not need to pay extra for the cost of delivery. Many tourists prefer to book their car online before arriving to Turkey and pick it up at the airport. This brings down the cost and solves the problem of airport transfer.
A driver’s license, A passport, A credit card (even if the car company doesn’t «block» your credit card, it might still ask for it for damage protection, accidents, etc.) Attention: if you are over 23 years old, you should have a pretty easy time renting a car. If you are under 23, but your driving experience is at least 3 years, you shouldn’t have any problems either. But if you are under 23 and you’ve been driving for less than 3 years, it is unlikely that you will be able to secure a comprehensive insurance policy and your deductible will mostly go up.
Car rental cost in Turkey will depend on a number of factors: The car itself — type of class, size, type of transmission (automatic is more expensive) and most importantly — how old the car is. Older vehicles are considerably cheaper (but don’t go too far with that, since a really old car is more likely to break down in the middle of the road). The best option is a car that is 3-5 years old. Number of days you plan to use the car. The longer you plan to drive it — the less you will pay per day. Just one extra day can make a huge difference in how much you pay. Ask your sales agent about different rates for different rental periods. The season: peak season (May-October) has scorchingly high prices in store for us. Off peak season offers far more moderate prices. So don’t be surprised when you find out that your friends got a much better deal on their rental car in April than you did in July. Pricing — large rental chains are rarely willing to offer discounts, whereas smaller local companies are often able to compromise in order to secure a customer.