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Economy (Kia Picanto or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Aruba.
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If you are renting a car in Aruba, then be sure to drive on the right side of the road. Additionally, there are many roundabouts in Aruba, so you should be aware of the driving etiquette when using them. Fortunately, there are attendants at most petrol stations in the country, so you likely won’t need to get out of your car while filling up.
You must be at least 25 years of age to rent a car in Aruba and not older than 65. There are fees for young drivers between 21 and 24 that average between $25 and $50 per day, and there might also be special conditions that apply to drivers older than 65. You should shop around for the best deals to suit your circumstances.
Visitors to Aruba should know that average petrol prices in the country are about 7.50 AWG (4.17 USD) per gallon. If you happen to rent a diesel car while in Aruba, you’ll have to pay an average of 7 AWG (3.89 USD) per liter.
The speed you can drive in Aruba depends on the area you are driving through. For example, the speed limit in and around cities is 30 km/h (18 mph), and in rural districts you can do about 60 km/h (37 mph), while on highways it goes up to 80 km/h (50 mph). All road signs and speedometers in the country are in kilometers, so keep that in mind when you’re on the road.
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