We can offer car rental where every cost is included, no hidden fees and free cancellations or amendments up to 24-48 hours before you are supposed to pick up the car. An easy and safe booking of rental cars online. Autoprio.com can offer rental cars in the most cities, train stations and communities as well as airports in Trinidad and Tobago.
Here you can compare rental cars and hiring of vehicles from several companies in cities in Trinidad and Tobago. Look for and find the best prices on car rental. Search for and book directly in cities such as, Chaguanas, Mon Repos, San Fernando, Port of Spain, Rio Claro, Arima, Marabella, Laventille, Point Fortin, Tunapuna, Scarborough, Sangre Grande. We list prices from companies that are safe and quality assured so that there will not be any problems when you want to pick up your car.
Info about Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago has approximately 1,328,000 inhabitants and is located in North America. Total surface/area 5,128 km² / 1,980 mi². Trinidad and Tobago is the 154th largest country when it comes to inhabitants and the 177th largest regarding the surface in the world. The 15th largest country when it comes to inhabitants and the 18th largest regarding the surface in North America. The largest regions/states/counties are Tunapuna/Piarco, Couva-Tabaquite-Talparo, San Juan/Laventille, Diego Martin, Princes Town, Penal/Debe, Siparia, Chaguanas, Sangre Grande, Tobago, San Fernando, Port of Spain, Mayaro, Borough of Arima and Point Fortin from a total of fifteen. Alternative names are Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad, Colony of Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago Colony, United Colony of Trinidad and Tobago. The capital is Port of Spain where about 49,000 people live. The top five highest mountains are El Cerro del Aripo (940 m / 3,084 ft), El Tucuche (936 m / 3,071 ft), Zagaya (0 m / 0 ft), Mount Tabor (0 m / 0 ft) and Morne Saint Michel (0 m / 0 ft). ++1-868 is the country code when you want to make a phone call to the country. Dollar (TTD) is the official currency for shopping and payments. .tt is a common domain ending for websites. The official languages that are used in the country are e.g. French, Spanish, English, Chinese, Caribbean Hindustani. See the weather reports and find maps of Trinidad and Tobago. We give tips and recommendations on attractions, museums, experiences, and destinations which you can visit during your stay in the country. Chaguanas (c. 67400 pop), Mon Repos (c. 56400 pop), San Fernando (c. 55400 pop), Port of Spain (c. 49000 pop), Rio Claro (c. 35700 pop) are the five largest communities.
Trinidad and Tobago activities & tourist attractions
Water parks, amusement parks or theme parks you can go to are for example Fun Station, Caura Pool 2, Harrys Water Park, Fun Splash Water Park, Cascadia Hotel Water Park, Caura Pool 1, Five Islands Water & Amusement Park and Paria Waterfall. Do you travel with your children?
Cheap car rental with unlimited mileage in Trinidad and Tobago
There are many different models and sizes of cars to choose from. Fleet list in Trinidad and Tobago: Luxury elite, 9 seater minivan / Minibus (9 seat minivan), Minivan, 7 seater minivan (7 seat minivan), Exotic cars (Exotic), Standard cars (Standard), Convertible, Moped, Intermediate elite, Hybrid cars, Luxury cars (Luxury), Cargo van, Premium cars (Premium), Fullsize elite, Medium SUV, Economy elite, Estate, Mini cars (Mini), 5 seater minivan (5 seat minivan), Special cars (Special), Compact cars (Compact), Economy cars (Economy), Small-medium truck-lorry (Small-medium truck), Compact elite, Large truck-lorry (Large truck), SUV / Jeep (SUV), Mini elite, Small SUV, Electric cars, Fullsize cars (Fullsize), Intermediate. Big cities and popular destinations have more car types to choose from. If you want to rent a luxury car then search at the major airports and the most popular destinations in the major regions such as Tunapuna/Piarco, Couva-Tabaquite-Talparo, San Juan/Laventille, Diego Martin, Princes Town, Penal/Debe, Siparia, Chaguanas, Sangre Grande, Tobago, San Fernando, Port of Spain, Mayaro, Borough of Arima and Point Fortin etc. It can also be harder to find and book special cars during peak season, if you do not search well in advance, before you need your rental car.
Cars you can rent in Trinidad and Tobago are e.g. Standard cars: e.g. Hyundai Sonata, Ford Fusion, etc. Economy cars: e.g. Toyota Yaris, Large truck-lorry, etc. Compact cars: e.g. Ford Focus, Nissan Almera, Minivan, Exotic cars, 5 seater minivan, etc. Cargo van: e.g. Mitsubishi L200 Pickup, Mini elite, Electric cars, Fullsize elite, etc. Mini cars: e.g. Kia Picanto, Chevrolet Sonic, Compact elite, Small-medium truck-lorry, etc. Intermediate: e.g. Toyota Avensis, Chevrolet Cobalt, Medium SUV, Convertible, Premium cars, Intermediate elite, Fullsize cars, Small SUV, Moped, etc. 7 seater minivan: e.g. Dodge Caravan, Opel Zafira, Chrysler Voyager, etc. SUV / Jeep: e.g. Ford Escape, Toyota Rav4, Hyundai Santa Fe, BMW X5, Hybrid cars, 9 seater minivan / Minibus, Special cars, Estate, Luxury cars, Economy elite, Luxury elite, etc. However, in smaller cities and on islands like Chacachacare, White Island, Trinidad, Tobago Island, Tarpon Island, Smith Island, Saut d’Eau Island, Rock, Rincon Island, Richmond Island, Queen’s Island, Puzzle Island, Pelican, Omega Island, Nelson, Monos, Minorca Island, Marble Island, Manati Island, Majorca Island, Macaw Island, Long Island, Little Tobago, L’Islette, Lenagan and Le Chapeau etc, the range is smaller.
Car driving and traffic regulations
As in all countries on earth the number of traffic rules in Trinidad and Tobago can be endless, but it does not impose any problems renting and driving a car. In larger cities such as Chaguanas, Mon Repos, San Fernando, Port of Spain, Rio Claro, Arima, Marabella, Laventille, Point Fortin, Tunapuna, Scarborough, Sangre Grande, it is sometimes difficult to drive a car. At rush hour, there can be a lot of traffic and it can be difficult to find parking. Learn the most important traffic and parking regulations to ensure a safe trip and that you abide the law.
Tips and advice when looking for a rental car in Trinidad and Tobago
If you already have decided to rent a car in Trinidad and Tobago before you leave and want to part as little as possible, you ought to book a car before you leave. First of all, you should try booking your car online. It is often the cheapest, easiest way to look for and compare, and it saves you time. If your car is supposed to be collected at an airport such as Piarco International Airport and A.N.R. Robinson International Airport, you should book before you leave. One search shows many options. When you are looking for a rental car in Trinidad and Tobago, autoprio.com compares, for example, these companies: Enterprise, Alamo, Hertz, Avis, Advantage, Europcar, Thrifty, U-Save, Sixt, Budget, National.
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Frequently asked questions about car rental in Trinidad and Tobago
Are there extra charges for drop-off at a different location in Trinidad and Tobago?
Yes, in most cases the car rental agent will charge an extra fee if you wish to return the vehicle at a different location. We will clearly state whether the one-way fee is included in the rental price or what additional cost may arise at the time of booking.
Can I rent a car if I’m under 25 or over 75 in Trinidad and Tobago?
Yes, most car rental agents have a minimum age limit of 21 years for rentals. However, requirements may vary depending on the car rental agent and destination country. Please note that there may be additional charges if the main driver is under 25 or over 75 years old to cover the extra insurance cost. Any additional fee will be mentioned at the time of booking under summary of charges before you confirm the reservation.
Can I book without a credit card in Trinidad and Tobago?
Yes. You can make a booking without a credit card. Note that, even if you choose to pay by debit card, you will have to provide a valid credit card in the driver’s name at the time of pick-up since the rental agent requires a credit card from which to take the rental deposit. Credit cards accepted for pick-up are MasterCard, Visa, and in some cases American Express.
Where can I purchase car rental insurancein Trinidad and Tobago?
We recommend purchasing the damage refund insurance at the time of booking. Our insurance partners offer a complete damage refund insurance package which is up to 50% cheaper than what you would pay at the rental supplier’s desk. The insurance cost and conditions will be displayed at the time of booking.
Car rental companies we compare in Trinidad and Tobago
When you are looking for a rental car in Trinidad and Tobago, autoprio.com compares, for example, these companies: U-Save, National, Avis, Hertz, Alamo, Europcar, Enterprise, Advantage, Budget, Thrifty and Sixt.