Current price range
£30 - £35 per day
|CHEAPEST CITY IN TUNISIA||Tunis||7% cheaper||Car hire in Tunis is usually the cheapest in Tunisia at £30 per day on average.|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN TUNISIA||Hammamet||8% more expensive||Hammamet usually has the highest-priced car hire rates in Tunisia, with rentals averaging £35 per day.|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN TUNISIA||Tunis||57% more users visited||More momondo users search for car hire in Tunis than any other region in Tunisia.|
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SGF Rent Car tends to have the cheapest cars for hire in Tunisia. Users can often find prices for as low as £20/day when booking through SGF Rent Car. You are more likely to find car rental deals through SGF Rent Car for less than the average national price of £39/day. These prices may be different depending on the type of car you hire and the city you hire it in.
The most popular car hire company in Tunisia is Budget. This agency currently has 8 reviews, with an average customer satisfaction score of 3.7 out of 10. 24% of momondo users recently selected Budget as their rental car company of choice for their travels in Tunisia.
Avis has more car hire locations within Tunisia than any other agency. With 12 locations scattered throughout the country, you are bound to find one of their rental car centres either at your destination airport or within the city. If you haven’t chosen a city to travel to within Tunisia, consider Tunis, which is the most popular destination in the country. Here you will find that Avis has 2 locations throughout the area.
Whether you hire or own a car in Tunisia, you are required by law to drive on the right. Keep in mind that if you do not feel comfortable driving on this side of the road, you can always call a taxi or opt for a ride share.
According to 2019 data, Tunisia ranks 89 in the world for road quality. The country has a road quality score of 3.5 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 highest Blood Alcohol Concentration you can have in Tunisia while still legally able to operate a vehicle is 2.38 mg/l. However, some regions or cities within Tunisia might have different BAC limits, so it’s important to do your research before you travel. Note that the legal drinking age in Tunisia is 16. Steeper penalties will be given to those driving a vehicle who are under the legal drinking age.
When it comes to hiring a car in Tunisia, travellers prefer to rent a Economy. In fact, 33% of our momondo users rented this type of car in the past 30 days and paid an average of £23 per day.
Petrol in Tunisia costs £0.52 per litre as of last week. If you plan on hiring a car in Tunisia, then set aside a budget for the cost of petrol based on how much driving you imagine doing. 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 £1.77 per litre.