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Car Hire Dominican Republic

We offer car hire Dominican Republic from all the main airports including Santo Domingo airport which serves the capital and has the airport code SDQ. We also have a number of vehicles at the busiest international airport, Punta Cana airport (PUJ) but advise you to book in advance. They are very popular with tourists who want to get around this large tropical island, visit its beaches and sample its culture.

Cheap Car Rental Dominican Republic

To make your trip more enjoyable we offer convertible car rental Dominican Republic vehicles for you to enjoy, although all cars actually come with AC and sun-roofs. We have fleets right across the island so you are always near to a convenient car rental location including La Romana airport (LMR) on the south east coast and Puerto Plata airport (POP) on the north coast. These airports serve a number of popular routes such as Madrid Barajas airport and New York airport. That is because many tourists in these countries are looking for low-cost, exotic holidays where they can escape bad weather and get some sunshine.

Car hire Dominican Republic allows easy access once you have arrived on this intriguing and warm island. There are also a number of seasonal charter flights which can be combined with collecting our affordable vehicles on arrival for an unforgettable vacation. Visitors should know that there is a $10 tourist card, (as well as a departure tax ) which must be purchased on arrival but car rental Dominican Republic does not have any extra charges for you to worry about. The advertised price, which can be as low as twenty dollars per day, is all that is payable.

We offer car rentals at the Dominican Republic through companies such as Prestige Car Rentals, Hertz and Avis. Petrol tends to be relatively pricey but it is worth it for the freedom that you get from having your own car. Driving defensively is a good idea though as roads in remote areas can be a bit perilous. Watch out for pedestrians, particularly at night as many places do not have pavements. The condition of highways is good.  The main road is the DR-1 which has four lanes highway and connects the cities of Santiago and Santo Domingo. The Highway DR-7 is a toll road which is worth paying for due to the quality of the road surface.

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