The most affordable car hire agency in Singapore is Hawk. Travellers have found Hawk rental cars for as little as £30/day at some locations, which is a cheaper deal compared to the national average price of £51/day. Keep in mind that prices tend to vary depending on your car hire needs.
Budget is the most popular car hire company in Singapore with 21% of momondo users selecting this agency in the past month. Budget also has 12 reviewsand a score of 6.8 out of 10, making this car rental agency a popular choice among travellers.
Hawk has the most car hire locations across Singapore. The company has 16 locations, many of which can be found in airports and city centres. If you haven’t chosen a city to travel to within Singapore, consider Singapore, which is the most popular destination in the country. Here you will find that Hawk has 16 locations throughout the area.
You are required by law to drive on the left when you visit Singapore. Not abiding by this law can result in traffic tickets, car accidents, or both.
According to 2019 data, Singapore ranks 3 in the world for road quality. The country has a road quality score of 6.2 out of 7, where 7 is the highest possible score. Keep in mind that weather and construction can also affect road conditions during your visit.
The drinking and driving limit in Singapore is 3.81 mg/l. Regions and cities within Singapore might have their own local drinking and driving laws on top of the country-wide mandated law, so be sure to check before booking your car hire. Keep in mind that there are stricter penalties for those who drink-drive and are under the legal drinking age. In Singapore, you must be at least 18 to drink.
47% of momondo users preferred to hire a Compact when visiting Singapore, making it the most popular type of car to rent in the country. Although car hire prices in Singapore will vary by city and supplier, you can expect to pay an average of £30 per day for a Compact.
On average, you can expect to pay £1.13 per litre for petrol in Singapore. Keep in mind that this is last week’s national average price and petrol prices may vary across the country. In comparison, the country with the cheapest average petrol price is Kuwait at £0.25 per litre, whereas the country with the most expensive average petrol price is Hong Kong at £1.70 per litre.