We recommend you book a one-way car rental if you are not sure about returning the car to the airport branch. But this option will cost you a drop-off charge. A question you might be asking yourself is, 'How are one-way fees for a car rental at King Mswati III Intl Airport estimated?' Generally, car rental suppliers at SHO Airport calculate drop-off fees based on where you decide to return their vehicle. The amount you pay covers the fuel needed to take the car to its ideal return area. Supply and demand forces also play a role in determining these charges. For instance, if you return the car somewhere with less demand for rental cars, you will likely pay a higher drop-off fee.
To pick up your car rental at King Mswati III Intl Airport, come with your printed prepaid voucher, ID card, and driver's license (valid through the rental period). If you come from a different country, you need an international driving permit and an internationally recognized ID.
First, understand that the speed limits in Eswatini are 120 km/h on major highways, 80 kph on open roads, and 60 km/h inside the cities and towns. Keep left while driving and have your seatbelts on. If you have to drive a rental car across the border, you will need a confirmation letter from your rental company.
Car rental companies that offer shuttle or pick-up services from Manzini King Mswati III Intl airport to off-airport locations include Avis, and Budget.
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