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The cheapest rental cars in Indonesia are generally found through TRAC Astra. When booking with TRAC Astra, you may be able to find car hire prices for as low as £28/day, depending on the city you intend to visit. In comparison, the average price to hire a car in Indonesia is £37/day.
The car hire company with the most locations in Indonesia is TRAC Astra. They currently have 39 locations that can be found within airports and cities across the country. If you haven’t chosen a city to travel to within Indonesia, consider Denpasar, which is the most popular destination in the country. Here you will find that TRAC Astra has 3 locations throughout the area.
If you hire a car in Indonesia, be aware that you are required to drive on the left at all times.
The road network in Indonesia has been scored 3.7 for its quality (1 lowest, 7 highest). This puts it at 80 in the world out of 137 other countries. Roads will vary significantly within the country’s different regions, so use scores as a rough guide or reference for comparison.
0.00 mg/l is the legal BAC limit in Indonesia. Any higher and you will be considered driving under the influence and may receive monetary fines, licence restrictions, and other penalties. Keep in mind that you must also be at least 21 years of age to consume alcoholic beverages, and it is not recommended to operate a motor vehicle under the influence.
The most popular type of car to hire in Indonesia is a Passenger Van. 32% of our users also chose this type of car for their travels to Indonesia. If a Passenger Van fits your needs during your stay, then you can expect to pay around £25 per day for your rental. Keep in mind that prices may vary depending on what city you visit and what car hire company you choose.
On average, you can expect to pay £0.49 per litre for petrol in Indonesia. Keep in mind that this is last week’s national average price and petrol prices may vary across the country. According to our data, Indonesia has neither the most expensive nor the cheapest petrol prices in the world. Kuwait currently has the least expensive at £0.26 per litre, while Hong Kong has the most expensive at £1.70 per litre. Keep in mind that petrol prices change regularly and may be different during your travel dates.