Once you pass through Customs and Baggage Claim, the car hire desks should be located on your right as you enter the Arrivals hall. It's highly recommended that you pre-book your car hire at Enfidha-Hammamet Airport, as this saves you time at the provider's desk and ensures your preferred vehicle is available for you. After you pick up your keys, collect your vehicle from the car hire area, located a few minutes from the terminal.
To collect your keys at the provider's desk, you'll need a form of photo ID, your driving license, and a credit or debit card. If your driving license isn't in Arabic, French, or English, it may be a good idea to bring an International Driving Permit, for good measure. To rent a vehicle, you must be over 21 and have had your driving license for over two years. If a second driver is added to the contract, they must be over 25.
You can't book a car hire at Enfidha-Hammamet Airport unless you present a valid credit card in your name. This will be used by the supplier to hold a security deposit until you safely return the vehicle - at which time the hold will be released. Your credit card must have sufficient credit left to cover the security deposit, otherwise you may not be able to collect your car. Unfortunately, you can't use a debit or prepaid card such as Maestro to get a car hire.
If you've signed a full-to-full fuel policy, make sure you fill up your tank before dropping off your car - otherwise, you'll likely be charged above-market rates for the tank refill. Fortunately, there are plenty of petrol stations around Enfidha-Hammamet Airport, with affordable prices. On the way from Enfidha to the airport, on the P1, there are two OiLybia stations. There is also an Agil station on the A1 motorway, north of the airport, about a 15min drive away.
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