On average a rental car in Trinidad and Tobago costs $46 per day.
Economy (Hyundai Accent or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in Trinidad and Tobago.
In the past 72 hours, the cheapest rental cars were found at Hertz ($24/day), Alamo ($31/day) and Enterprise ($50/day).
Based on ratings and reviews from real users on KAYAK, the best car rental company in Trinidad and Tobago is Alamo (8.7, 59 reviews).
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Based on car searches on KAYAK, the most popular cities to rent a car in Trinidad and Tobago are Port of Spain (72% of total searches of users looking to rent a car in Trinidad and Tobago), Piarco (12%) and Scarborough (12%).
On average a rental car in Trinidad and Tobago costs $255 per week ($36 per day).
On average a rental car in Trinidad and Tobago costs $1,093 per month ($36 per day).
Anyone who chooses to rent a car in Trinidad and Tobago should be aware of several features of island driving and should never drive at night. Common hazards to watch out for include potholes and landslides, plus livestock and pedestrians on the road. In terms of driving styles, you can expect to encounter tailgating, sudden stops, and lane changing without signaling. Driving is on the left side and road signs are in English.
To rent a car in Trinidad and Tobago, most agencies require drivers to be at least 25 years old and to have held a valid license for at least two years. Some agencies like Sixt, however, will accept drivers as young as 21 for an additional daily fee of around 76 TTD (11.25 USD). Drivers with a license issued in the USA, UK, Canada, Germany, or Bahamas may use their domestic license to rent a car in Trinidad and Tobago for up to 90 days; in all other cases, an International Driver’s Permit (IDP) is required.
Fuel in Trinidad and Tobago is relatively inexpensive, unleaded gasoline costing around 5.75 TTD (0.85 USD) per liter and diesel about 3.40 TTD (0.50 USD) per liter. Gas stations usually have attendants and may operate irregular hours.
There are three main speed limits enforced in Trinidad and Tobago, and both fixed and mobile speed cameras are in operation. In well developed areas, drivers should stick to a top speed of 55 km/h (34 mph), while in rural areas, this limit is increased to 80 km/h (50 mph). Highways have a maximum speed limit of 110 km/h (68 mph).