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Car Hire Ireland
Ireland may be small, but what it lacks in size it certainly makes up for in beauty and variety. Anyone who has spent time in this wonderful country will tell you that car hire in Ireland is really the best option for discovering the magical hidden corners of this Atlantic outpost. You will find some of the world’s most dramatic views along the scenic coastal roads, and car rental from Nova is a great option for seeing it all.
Why Should I Book Car Hire in Ireland with Nova?
We search the world’s leading car hire suppliers to save you the bother, leveraging the buying power of 1.5 million customers to bring you hugely discounted rates at 26,000 locations across the globe, including many in Ireland. With no forms to fill, you can book instantly online , and if you want to ask us anything, our friendly and efficient staff are just a phone call away.
Car Hire Requirements in Ireland
When collecting your hire car in Ireland, make sure to have your full driving licence and booking confirmation voucher with you. The main driver must pay the balance (rate less deposit) using their own credit card. Keep your licence, proof of insurance, and vehicle registration documents in the rental car at all times.
Airports in Ireland
Ireland is a small island, with relatively few airports. The busiest is Dublin, with other international airports including Cork, Shannon, Ireland West (Knock), and Belfast.
Ireland Driving Rules & Regulations
In Ireland, you drive on the left and overtake on the right. Keep your driving licence, proof of insurance, and vehicle documentation with you in the car. Speed limits range from 50km/h in built-up areas to 100km/h on the open road and 120km/h on motorways. You'll find further information on Ireland's rules of the road here.
I Have More Questions. Whom Do I Ask?
Do not hesitate to contact us by phone, email, or post with any queries, or if you would prefer one of our car rental agents to book a rental car for you.
Image credit: Dingle Peninsula by Daniel Stockman.