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The average price of a Small rental in Port Macquarie, Australia is £15. The cheapest time to rent a Small in Port Macquarie, Australia is in October. The price is 0% lower than the rest of the year at just £22 per day. A Small car hire is typically 47% less expensive than the average car hire in Port Macquarie. The average price of a car hire in Port Macquarie can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your car hire. Below are the best prices for Port Macquarie Small rentals found on momondo in the past week.
Hiring a car in Port Macquarie is cheapest when using Thrifty at one of their 4 locations in the city. The best daily rate a momondo has found is £21, but typically it’s best to assume your rental will cost £21/day.
With temperatures averaging 20 °C and precipitation usually 170 mm during February, you should consider hiring a standard when travelling to Port Macquarie. A standard size car can handle the fluctuations in temperature and rainfall during the month of February and is a popular choice for travellers heading to Port Macquarie. Hiring a Standard in Port Macquarie will cost you £25/day on average.
35 mph is the city speed limit for Port Macquarie, which also applies to surrounding towns and other urban centres. The suburban speed limit and the speed limit for motorways around Port Macquarie are 70 mph and 70 mph, respectively. If you hire a car in Port Macquarie, be aware that these speed limits may be strictly enforced.
Those looking for a hire car in Port Macquarie during the month of January should expect temperatures to be around 21 °C and should expect around 150 mm of precipitation. This information can be helpful when choosing which car you’d like to rent.
The temperatures in Port Macquarie during January are typically higher than other months, but there is still a significant chance for rain. Hiring a car with an A/C would be recommended.
If you’re looking for a Port Macquarie hire car for a road trip to the surrounding areas during the month of January it’s important to know that the rest of New South Wales typically has a temperature of 23 °C and will usually expect 110 mm of precipitation.