Aruba Car Rental


Emergency Contact Information

+1 (786) 975-2222


Offices Near Airport

Sabana Blanco 70 E. Suite 9

Important Information when Visiting Aruba

  • Pay special attention to traffic signals, as some of them can be specific to Aruba and may be different from what you are used to in your country.
  • In some rural areas of Aruba, there could be lose cattle near the road. Reduce your speed and keep some distance to avoid accidents.
  • Be sure to park your vehicle only in designated parking spots. Avoid obstructing traffic or parking in unauthorized places to avoid fines.
  • In Aruba there is an active cyclist community. Respect their space and keep a safe distance when overtaking.
  • The capital of Aruba, Oranjestad, can have narrow streets and dense traffic, especially at rush hour. Pay attention to pedestrians and follow the area's traffic signals.
  • In Aruba, the weather is usually sunny and warm. Be sure to carry enough water and sunscreen, especially if you are driving long distances.
  • To drive a rental car you must be at least 23 years old, though you can rent a car if you are between 18 and 23 years old, for an additional $10 a day and with the highest coverage of the Loss Damage Waiver (LDW)
  • You can ask for an additional driver, to share the driving duties, for an additional $10 a day.
  • Plan your trip and check the addresses on a GPS before beginning your journey. Having an approximate idea of where you are headed will make driving easier. In addition, it is very important to know where you are going to visit to find the most favorable routes for your type of rental vehicle, and that way arrive at your destination faster with some alternative route. Economy offers GPS for a small additional fee.
  • When returning the vehicle, the car must have the same amount of fuel as when it was picked up.
  • In your contract you'll have Emergency Roadside Assistance (ERA) for any mishaps, anywhere in the country ($5 a day). You may reject this program when renting a vehicle.
  • Valid Driver's License: You'll need a driver's license from your home country to drive in Aruba, as well as your passport.
  • Method of Payment: You'll need a credit or debit card to prepay or pay the rental, and the deposit. The deposits vary according to the protection plan and vehicle you choose. This deposit is released when the automobile is returned, if it is returned in the same condition as when it left the office, and can take several days, up to a week, to process.
  • Proof of Insurance: If you reject the Loss Damage Waiver (LDW) and use your own insurance, you must present written proof of your personal coverage provided by an insurance company, specifically indicating that the coverage is effective in Aruba during the duration of your rental contract. In addition, you must make a $2500 security deposit and accept the liability waiver L.L.W.
  • Aruba is a unique Caribbean island that offers visitors a wide range of attractions and experiences. Here are some reasons for which you should consider visiting Aruba:
  • Aruba is known for its impressive white sand beaches and crystal, turquoise waters. Eagle Beach and Palm Beach are two of the most famous but there are other calmer and less crowded beaches to explore.
  • Aruba has a warm, sunny climate throughout the year. This makes it is an ideal escapade for those who seek warm, agreeable weather in any season.
  • The island offers a wide variety of aquatic activities like diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and paddle boarding. The clear waters and rich marine life make these activities exciting and memorable.
  • Aruba has a diverse and welcoming culture, reflecting a mix of indigenous, African, and European influences. Try delicious local cuisine including dishes like pastechi, keshi yena, and patacones.
  • Aruba is known as a safe and welcoming destination. Locals are friendly and make an effort to provide visitors with a lovely experience.
  • In addition to diving and snorkeling, Aruba offers other thrilling outdoor activities like jeep excursions, ATV trips, and desert safaris.
  • The island celebrates different festivities throughout the year, like Aruba's Carnival and St. John's Day, offering visitors a chance to experience the local culture in all its glory.
  • In Oranjestad, Aruba's capital, you'll find a great variety of duty-free shops and boutiques, as well as a lively nightlife with bars, restaurants, and casinos.