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Pony Rent-a-Car tends to have the cheapest cars for hire in Taiwan. Users can often find prices for as low as £41/day when booking through Pony Rent-a-Car. You are more likely to find car rental deals through Pony Rent-a-Car for less than the average national price of £41/day. These prices may be different depending on the type of car you hire and the city you hire it in.
With 36 locations across Taiwan, Chailease has the most car hire centers out of any other rental agency. Taipei is one of the most popular cities to visit in Taiwan, and you should have no trouble hiring a car from one of Chailease’s 10 locations around the city.
In Taiwan, drivers are required to drive on the right at all times. Not doing so can result in traffic violation tickets.
Out of 137 countries, Taiwan ranked 10 for road quality. On a scale of 1 to 7, where 7 is the highest score, Taiwan scored 5.8 for their road quality. The quality of the roads within the country may vary based on where you visit and the weather.
The BAC limit is 2.38 mg/l in Taiwan - this applies to both visitors and residents. Your BAC level is a measurement of the percentage of alcohol in your bloodstream. This information is used to determine how inebriated an individual is. Driving a vehicle with a BAC higher than 2.38 mg/l is against the law in Taiwan and you will be deemed as ‘driving under the influence’. If you are younger than 18, which is the legal drinking age in Taiwan, then you may face strict penalties if you are caught drink-driving. Keep in mind that it is never a good idea to drink-drive no matter how old you are.
When it comes to hiring a car in Taiwan, travellers prefer to rent a Economy. In fact, 37% of our momondo users rented this type of car in the past 30 days and paid an average of £40 per day.
On average, the price of petrol last week in Taiwan was £0.68 per litre. In contrast, Kuwait currently has the lowest average petrol prices at £0.26 per litre. You should also consider visiting Hong Kong, though here you will find the most expensive average petrol prices at £1.70 per litre.