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Car Rental in Turkey


Car Rental in Turkey

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Car Rental in Turkey

You will need a national or international driving licence, passport or accepted form of ID and a credit card. You can rent a car for around 30-50 Lira a day. These are just guidelines, so do check with the car hire company to clarify the cost and documentation needed.

Speed limits are in kilometres per hour, and are as follows:

  • City: 50kph/30mph
  • Open Roads: 90kph/55mph
  • Highways: 90kph/55mph

The Turkish drive on the right-hand side of the road.

To rent a car, you must be at least 21 years old and have held a license for one year. Drivers under the age of 25 may be subject to a young driver surcharge.

If you want to drive in Turkey, you need to obtain either an international driving license, or a notarised copy of your UK license (in Turkish).

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Organisations that can assist with Car Rental

  • > Europcar

    Europcar has more than 3,300 car hire locations throughout Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia-Pacific in about 150 countries

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