|Passenger Van||C$ 53/day|
|Compact station wagon||C$ 19/day|
|Intermediate SUV||C$ 24/day|
|Standard station wagon||C$ 26/day|
On average a rental car in Lithuania costs C$ 27 per day.
Economy (Volkswagen Polo or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in Lithuania.
In the past 72 hours, the cheapest rental cars were found at GREEN MOTION (C$ 18/day), Panek (C$ 23/day) and keddy by Europcar (C$ 30/day).
Take a look at our extensive car rental location map to find the best rental cars near you.
On average a rental car in Lithuania costs C$ 232 per week (C$ 33 per day).
On average a rental car in Lithuania costs C$ 994 per month (C$ 33 per day).
Lithuanian roads can be rather risky to drive on, especially at night. Most of the roads are either dimly or completely unlit. Oncoming motorists frequently do not turn off their high lights. Therefore, one of the main factors contributing to the numerous night time accidents reported in Lithuania is the poor vision of the majority of drivers. Avoid driving at night on your rental automobile in Lithuania unless it is absolutely necessary.
There are the minimum and maximum age requirements for all Lithuanian automobile rentals for prospective drivers. The minimum age for renters in Lithuania is 18 years old. As long as one is above 18 years and has a valid driver's license, an ID or passport, and a credit or debit card with enough money, they are good to go. Unlike what is common in other cities, Lithuania's car rentals do not charge drivers below 25 years any additional fees.
The price of one liter of gas in Lithuania is around 1.66 EUR (1.72 USD). In terms of a gallon, one gallon of gas is 6.28 EUR (6.50 USD). For visitors who plan to rent a car once they reach Lithuania, knowledge of petrol rates is crucial. It aids them in making wise financial or budgetary plans. A common gas payment option among many drivers in Lithuania is to pay for a full tank when picking up the car and returning it empty.
Speed limits vary considerably depending on the type of road and the zone you will be driving in. For instance, in built-up areas, the speed limit is 50 km/h (31 mph). Outside the built-up areas, on unpaved or cobblestone roads, the speed limit is 70 km/h (43 mph). If you are driving on concrete or asphalt roads, the posted speed limit is 90 km/h (56 mph).