On average a rental car in Indonesia costs C$ 80 per day.
Intermediate (Toyota Avanza or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in Indonesia.
In the past 72 hours, the cheapest rental cars were found at TRAC Astra (C$ 57/day) and Avis (C$ 74/day).
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On average a rental car in Indonesia costs C$ 389 per week (C$ 56 per day).
On average a rental car in Indonesia costs C$ 1,667 per month (C$ 56 per day).
You should drive carefully when in Indonesia, as driving standards tend to be quite poor. For example, tailgating is common at fast speeds, and passing is a regular occurrence, even with buses and trucks. Most of the roads outside of towns and cities are single lanes, which means passing is done in the path of oncoming traffic. There are also lots of motorcycles in Indonesia, so it’s important you regular check your mirrors, especially when turning.
You must be a minimum of 23 years old to rent a car in Indonesia. Your license must also be at least one year old and free of any major discrepancies. Those under 25 will also need to pay a surcharge to rent a vehicle. Along with your driving license, you will probably need an International Driver’s License too, so make sure you inquire about this before you book.
A gallon of gas will likely cost around 51,511 IDR (3.30 USD) in Indonesia, with a liter costing about 13,608 IDR (0.85 USD). The currency in Indonesia is the rupiah; one U.S. dollar equates to about 15640 IDR. One thing that’s worth remembering is that most gas stations are located in the major towns and cities, so if you’re going off the beaten track, it’s important that you make sure you have enough gas to complete the journey.
The speed limits in Indonesia are in kilometers, unlike the U.S., which uses miles. In towns and cities, the top speed limit is 50 km/h (31 mph). If you’re on rural roads, it’s 80 km/h (50 mph). On a motorway, the maximum speed is 100 km/h (62 mph). There are fixed and mobile speed cameras in this country, so if you’re caught speeding, your rental agency will charge you for the fine and an administrative fee.