Bali car rentals

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3 Feb — 10 Feb
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Car rental locations in Bali

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  • keddy

    keddy by Europcar car rental locations in Bali

    3 Locations

  • avis

    Avis car rental locations in Bali

    2 Locations

  • tracastra

    TRAC Astra car rental locations in Bali

    2 Locations

  • bluebird

    Bluebird car rental locations in Bali

    1 Location

  • eazy

    Eazyrent car rental locations in Bali

    1 Location

Top tips for renting a car in Bali

  • To legally drive in Bali, you must hold an International Driver’s Permit or a Balinese licence. It is not legal to drive in Bali with a driver’s licence from another country. If you are caught driving without an IDP, you can face a fine of up to 980 ฿ (£22). It is also possible to get a short-term Balinese licence, but these are only available to those visiting on a long-term Balinese visa. A temporary licence will cost you around 980 ฿ (£22). You can also purchase an IDP online before you travel. This usually costs around £10. Remember to also take your national driver’s licence with you when you drive in Bali as you will need to provide both if you get stopped.
  • If you hire a car in Bali, it is a good idea to purchase insurance options when you book your vehicle. This will prevent any liability on your part if the car is damaged in any way. Many car hire agencies provide in-built third-party protection on hire vehicles. However, there are sometimes additional insurance options that you can book for a small fee. As roads in Bali can be busy and quite chaotic, it is worth having additional coverage to set your mind at ease.
  • Like the UK, in Bali people drive on the left-hand side of the road. This means that most Balinese cars are fitted with right-hand steering. This makes driving in Bali easier to get used to than countries where they drive on the right and makes navigating things like left turns and roundabouts a lot easier.
  • Bali does not have a lot of petrol stations, but you can find shops that sell bottles of fuel. Shops will usually display these bottles on the side of the road, making them easy for drivers to see. If you see a shop selling bottles of fuel, it is a good idea to stock up, especially if you are planning to drive all day and explore the island. In many of Bali’s villages and more rural areas, you may go some time before passing one of these shops so it’s good to be prepared.

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