Economy (Renault Clio or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in Algeria.
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On average a rental car in Algeria costs $254 per week ($36 per day).
On average a rental car in Algeria costs $1,089 per month ($36 per day).
Thanks to the good driving culture, you may find it easy to drive your rented car from the Algeria car rentals on most roads. To avoid confrontations with the traffic police, you must maintain the right side unless overtaking and avoid using phones, even with a hands-free device. You will have to maintain a 0.02% Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Limit while driving and pause each time a police officer waves at you to allow their routine checks.
Most car rentals in Algeria have set their minimum age limit at 21. However, you note that most Algeria car rentals, including Hertz, have imposed an additional restriction for young drivers under 25. They have imposed a young driver's surcharge that must be consented to before young drivers between 21 and 24 are allowed to rent certain types of cars, among them economy and minivans.
Algeria’s average price for gasoline is 174.015 DZD(1.283 USD) per gallon, which is equivalent to $0.339 (DZD 45.970) per liter. In comparison to rural locations like Kabylie or Tlemcen, gas stations are more widely spaced out in big cities and towns like Algiers. If most of your destinations are in rural destinations, you are advised to fill up your tanks to last you as long as possible.
To avoid getting into the black books of the traffic corps when driving your rented car from the Algeria car rentals, kindly stick to the posted speeds for each zone. For instance, major highways have a speed limit of 75 mph (120 kph), rural roads have a speed limit of 55 mph (90 kph), residential districts and urban roads have a speed limit of 31 mph (50 kph), and school/church zones have a speed limit of 18 mph (30 kph).