$17 - $95
$15 - $25
The cheapest time to hire a car in Cape Town is in August. The price is 22% lower than the rest of the year at just AUD 22 per day. The most expensive month is July. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider hiring an economy car in November. The price of a car hire in Cape Town can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your rental car.
|Cheapest||Sixt||Sixt gives you the cheapest deals in 4 locations around the city|
|Most popular||Woodford||Woodford gives you the cheapest deals in 1 location around the city|
|Most locations||Sunnycars||Sunnycars gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 8 locations|
|V&A Waterfront||18.3 km|
|Camps Bay Beach||20.9 km|
|V&A Waterfront||1.0 km|
|Camps Bay Beach||5.7 km|
|V&A Waterfront||7.9 km|
|Camps Bay Beach||9.4 km|
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122 users have looked for car hire in Cape Town with momondo in January.
For a week-long hire, the lowest price was $25, with more options around the $50 mark.
In February, to hire a car at Cape Town Intl will cost on average $32.
Europcar, Budget, and 1First Car Rental were the most popular suppliers in Cape Town for next month.
45% of people were looking for automatic cars to hire in Cape Town, rather than a manual gearbox ("stick shift"). A good deal for an automatic car hire in Cape Town during February starts at $14.
Motorways, single carriageways and urban roads in Cape Town are subject to different speed limits. Motorways are set to a limit of 120 km/h, with single carriageway roads slightly lower at 100 km/h. City and urban road speed limits do vary so always look out for signs, generally they are set at 40 km/h.
The law addressing driving under the influence states that 0.1% BAC is the legal limit for operating a vehicle in Cape Town.
Globally the road network in Cape Town ranks no. 34 and has a quality score of 5, with 7.00 being the highest quality. AU has a quality score of 4.7 placing it no. 41 globally. Variations in road quality will occur domestically. This score is used at a national level and therefore is a basic indicator to help inform you.
Driving on the left is required in Cape Town.