Turkey Car Rental


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Emergency Contact Information

+1 (786) 975-2222


Offices Near Airport

Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport.

Important Information when Visiting Turkey

  • Familiarize yourself with traffic signals and learn some words and street names in Turkish to ease your navigation, such as "stop" (dur), "yield" (yolver), "danger" (tehlike), etc. Familiarize yourself with traffic signals and learn some words and street names in Turkish to ease your navigation, such as "stop" (dur), "yield" (yolver), "danger" (tehlike), etc.
  • Traffic in big cities such as Istanbul can be very intense during rush hour. Try to avoid driving at that time, if possible.
  • Avoid parking in non-authorized spots or sidewalks, as that could result in fines or the vehicle being towed.
  • In some urban areas, the excessive use of a car horn is a common practice. However, consider that in certain places, such as near hospitals and residential areas, honking the horn is prohibited.
  • Keep watch for speed limit radars, as there are speed control cameras in some streets. Exceeding the speed limit can result in fines.
  • Some highways and bridges require electronic toll payments. Be sure to obtain a High-Speed Toll System (HGS) sticker, or have enough funds in your electronic toll collection system (known as OGS), if you plan to use those motorways.
  • If you park on a slope in Istanbul, leave the gear back (reverse) and the tires turned towards the curb to avoid having the car roll downhill.
  • To drive a rental car, you must be at least 23 years old.You can rent if you are between 23 and 25 years old with an additional $7 a day, and with the highest LDW coverage.
  • You can request one or more additional drivers, to help with the driving duties, for an additional $5 a day.
  • Underage children must use a special seat. Our office in Izmir offers car and booster seats for an additional amount (subject to availability).
  • Plan your trip and check the directions on a GPS before starting your journey. Having an approximate idea of where you are headed will make driving easier. Not to mention, it is very important to know the places you'll visit, and find the most favorable routes depending on the type of vehicle you've rented, that way you can arrive to your destination faster with an alternative route.
  • When returning the car, it must have the same amount of fuel as it had when it was picked up.
  • Valid Driver's License - You'll need a driver's license from your home country to drive in Turkey, as well as your passport.
  • Payment Method - You'll require a credit card (cardholder must be the main driver) to pay for the rental and the deposit. Deposits vary according to the protection plan and the vehicle you choose. This deposit will be released when the car has been returned, if the car is returned in the same condition as when it left the office, and this can last several days, up to a week, to process.
  • Proof of Insurance - If you wish to reject the LDW and use your own personal insurance, you must present written proof of your personal coverage provided by your insurance company, specifically indicating coverage for Turkey for the duration of the rental, for civil liability. In addition, you'll have to provide a $50 security deposit and accept the LLW.
  • Istanbul: As the largest city in Turkey and one of the most fascinating cities in the world, Istanbul offers a unique fusion of cultures, with a mix of European and Asian influences. Some must-see spots in Istanbul include the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia, the Grand Bazaar, and the Dolmabahçe Palace.
  • Cappadocia: This region with surreal landscapes is famous for its rock formations that look like fairy chimneys, caves, and subterranean cities. Flying in a hot air balloon at sunrise is an unforgettable experience to soak in Cappadocia's unique beauty from above.
  • Ephesus: Situated on the west coast of Turkey, Ephesus is a well-preserved, ancient Greco-Roman city. Visitors can walk through paved streets and explore impressive monuments like the Temple of Artemis and the Library of Celsus.
  • Pamukkale: This awesome natural site is known for its brightly whitetravertine pools, formed by dissolved minerals in the water that create natural terraces. The hot springs, that are rich in minerals, also offer a chance to relax and enjoy a bath.
  • Troy: Located at the northwestern part of Turkey, Troy is an important archeological site and one of the most famous locations in the world. According to Greek mythology, it was the scene for the Trojan War, and visitors can explore the ruins and learn about its history.