According to our data, Avis is the cheapest car hire agency in Egypt. Users who book a rental car with Avis often find prices below the $54 average daily rate each day. Depending on the city you visit, what type of car you’re interested in, and the length of your hire, you could find prices for as low as $36 each day when booking with Avis.
Sixt is the car hire company in Egypt that currently has the most locations. With 24 car rental centres across the country, you should have no issue finding one of their locations at your destination. Cairo is one of the most popular cities to visit in Egypt, and you should have no trouble hiring a car from one of Sixt’s 7 locations around the city.
You are required by law to drive on the right when you visit Egypt. Not abiding by this law can result in traffic tickets, car accidents, or both.
Out of 137 countries, Egypt ranked 110 for road quality. On a scale of 1 to 7, where 7 is the highest score, Egypt scored 3 for their road quality. The quality of the roads within the country may vary based on where you visit and the weather.
0.05% is the maximum Blood Alcohol Concentration you can have to legally drive a car in Egypt. Both residents and visitors of Egypt can face legal penalties for having a BAC higher than this amount. If you are younger than 21, which is the legal drinking age in Egypt, then you may face strict penalties if you are caught drink-driving. Keep in mind that it is never a good idea to drink-drive no matter how old you are.
The most popular type of car to hire in Egypt is a Economy. 30% of our users also chose this type of car for their travels to Egypt. If a Economy fits your needs during your stay, then you can expect to pay around $35 per day for your rental. Keep in mind that prices may vary depending on what city you visit and what car hire company you choose.
As of last week, the average price of petrol in Egypt was $0.79 per litre. If you change your mind about hiring a car in Egypt, Algeria has some of the lowest petrol prices in the world at $0.47 per litre as of last week. Hong Kong, in comparison, has on average the most expensive prices at $3.51 per litre but is still a great option for those looking to rent a car.