Car Hire 4 Less offers cheap car hire throughout the Caribbean in association with Hertz, Alamo, Budget and Europcar. Please remember Car Hire 4 Less prices are fully inclusive throughout the Caribbean and we also provide comprehensive car hire from all the major airports and downtown offices in and around the Caribbean regions.
Car Hire 4 Less operates throughout Caribbean in association with Hertz, Alamo, Budget and Europcar and offers discounted car hire from all the major airports and downtown offices in and around the Caribbean islands. Please remember that all Car Hire 4 Less prices are fully inclusive throughout Caribbean and that we also provide comprehensive car hire.
Conditions and driving regulations differ in the Caribbean from island to island, and when organizing your car hire you should ask about the particular destination you will be visiting. In Antigua they drive on the left and you can obtain a temporary local driving license for $20 on the production of a valid driving license. Watch out for potholes and drive defensively - there are no signposts so carry a map of the island.
If you decide to hire a car on the Caribbean island of Jamaica for exploring the countryside and seeing the smaller towns, an 4 x 4 is probably your best bet. Coastal roads are in fair condition, but driving in-country can be dangerous due to narrow, winding, and poorly maintained roads. You should be able to drive with your own license but you must be 21 to do so.
If you hire a car on the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, you'll find that driving is done on the right hand side of the road, as it is in France. Symbols and road signs used in France and Europe are also used in Guadeloupe. Visitors need a valid driver's license from their home country in order to legally drive in Guadeloupe for up to 20 days.
Seat belts are required to be worn at all times by law, and children under the age of 12 may not travel in the front seats of vehicles. Caution, a happy smile and courteousness are the three laws to respect on Saint Bartholemy's streets. There are few roads, and those that are there are narrow. You may get stuck behind a driver who id chatting to another from the opposite direction - just be patient and don't hoot your horn. If you miss your plane - so what!
There are well over twenty different holiday islands in the Caribbean where you can hare a car, and driving etiquette and regulations differ from island to island. Our Caribbean Car Hire 4 Less representatives will be happy to fill you in on local conditions when you make your reservation. Driving can be a complete pleasure in the Caribbean islands - enjoy your trip.
Written by James Giles.