On average a rental car in Grenada costs $74 per day.
Intermediate (Suzuki Vitara or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in Grenada.
In the past 72 hours, the cheapest rental cars were found at Ace ($51/day), Avis ($53/day) and Economy Rent a Car ($60/day).
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On average a rental car in Grenada costs $444 per week ($63 per day).
On average a rental car in Grenada costs $1,905 per month ($63 per day).
Before hitting the road in Grenada car rentals, here are some rules to keep in mind. Keep to the left side of the road when driving in Grenada. The right side of the road is only for overtaking at appropriate locations. You cannot overtake at a pedestrian crossing, bend, narrow road, or junction. Drunk driving is a criminal offense in Grenada, and you should not be behind the wheel with a BAC higher than 0.08%. Always yield to pedestrians and emergency vehicles with flashing lights, and vehicles approaching from the right have the right of way in Grenada.
The legal driving age in Grenada is 18, but you need to be at least 21 to get rental cars in this country. Drivers older than 70 will not be allowed to drive rental cars in Grenada. There is also a young driver’s surcharge; applied to drivers below 25. You will need a valid driver’s license and a credit card bearing your name to get a rental car. Some car rental providers will need you to prove that you have been driving for at least 2 years to qualify for a rental car. Moreover, young drivers are only limited to certain vehicle classes.
Grenada has many gas stations, and it will not be a problem accessing gas in this country. Most of the major cities have gas stations but they get lesser as you travel further away from the city centers. If you will be driving on rural roads, ensure you bring extra gasoline, as stations here are scant. Moreover, most gas stations only take cash, with a handful accepting credit cards. The price of gasoline in Granada is around 2.7 XCD (1 USD) per liter, and around 11 XCD (4 USD) per gallon.
Grenada has only a few speed limit signs. However, you must drive within the stipulated speed limits at all times. Overspeeding is a criminal offense and a danger to you and other road users. You must stick to 30 km/h (20 mph) and below when driving within city limits. On some of the roads on the outskirts of major towns, drivers can go as fast as 50 km/h (30 mph), but these are mostly roads with traffic signals. On rural roads and outside town, you can go as fast as 65 km/h (40 mph), but some roads restrict drivers to 55 km/h (35 mph), so be careful when driving.