Avis is the car hire company in Ghana that currently has the most locations. With 2 car rental centres across the country, you should have no issue finding one of their locations at your destination. If you haven’t picked a city to visit, Accra is the most popular destination at the moment. Accra also has 2 Avis car hire centres.
Whether you hire or own a car in Ghana, you are required by law to drive on the right. Keep in mind that if you do not feel comfortable driving on this side of the road, you can always call a taxi or opt for a ride share.
According to 2019 data, Ghana ranks 101 in the world for road quality. The country has a road quality score of 3.2 out of 7, where 7 is the highest possible score. Keep in mind that weather and construction can also affect road conditions during your visit.
0.08% is the maximum Blood Alcohol Concentration you can have to legally drive a car in Ghana. Both residents and visitors of Ghana can face legal penalties for having a BAC higher than this amount. Keep in mind that there are stricter penalties for those who drink-drive and are under the legal drinking age. In Ghana, you must be at least 18 to drink.
There are plenty of different types of cars to choose from, but when it comes to visiting Ghana, the most popular type to hire is a Economy. An estimated 50% of our users chose a Economy in the past 30 days and paid on average $72 per day for their rental. Keep in mind that you are more than welcome to select a different type of car based on your budget, your planned activities, and the weather.
On average, you can expect to pay $1.49 per litre for petrol in Ghana. Keep in mind that this is last week’s national average price and petrol prices may vary across the country. In comparison, the country with the cheapest average petrol price is Algeria at $0.47 per litre, whereas the country with the most expensive average petrol price is Hong Kong at $3.51 per litre.