Cheap car rental in Taiwan. Searching and comparing prices from 550 car rental companies. Daily discounts and special offers. Make stops where you like, and not where the tour guide decides, quickly get to a place, carry everything you need with you, such a trip will be easy and convenient. And with the help of the Car-scanner service, it will be advantageous as well; you will find special offers for rent on our website.
Decide what car you want to drive in the city of Taiwan to find out daily average cost.
In addition, the price depends on the point where you are planning to pick up the car. Pay attention to this to make the trip more advantageous.
Cars-scanner gives you the opportunity to book a car at the best price; take advantage of special offers and deals on our website. With their help, you may get a discount of up to 80%, the cost of car rental in Taiwan in this case starts from 1 euro per day.
When you book, you fix the cost indicated on the current date. If the trip for some reason will not take place, you may cancel the booking free of charge 24 hours before the start of the rental time.
Cheap car rental in Taiwan is possible for drivers 25 years old and over. Young drivers under 25 may be subject to an extra charge on the spot. Some car rental companies charge an additional fee for drivers aged 71-75 years. Age restrictions of a provider and the amount of an extra charge may be found out when booking a car in Taiwan on our website by going to the Age Restrictions section.
You may take a car to Taiwan and return it to another city without any problems. Just search for suitable offers by specifying the return city you need. The search results will show only offers from those companies that allow return in another city. The indicated price already includes a one-way tariff.
In Taiwan, as well as in other European cities, adherence of traffic rules is strictly monitored, and punishments are rigorously enforced. Follow the speed limits and traffic rules, do not drink at the wheel, and most likely, a meeting with the road patrol service staff will be a threatening one. There is also a chance to get fined in everyday life. We have collected the most common situations you should beware of:
All this time, we've been speaking how to make the most of your trip budget. Now let's talk about how to avoid unexpected expenditures, for example, fines. Most of them can be avoided by following generally adopted rules of conduct, law-abiding behaviour, sticking to street cleanliness, and public order. However, be attentive to various warning signs on the streets and buildings, therefore, avoiding having lunch in the wrong place or accidentally entering a restricted area.
According to the rules of most rental companies of Taiwan, the provision of an international driving licence is required.