Car hire in Thailand gives you endless options for exploring this paradise of stunning beaches, memorable nightlife, tranquil temples, and delicious food. Wat Pho Buddhist temple, Patong Beach, and the Similan Archipelago National Park are just a drive away in your rental car.
Car Hire Thailand
With magical beaches stretching across both coastlines and jungle-swathed islands soaring from sapphire waters, Thailand is a tropical refuge for lovers of fun and solitude alike. From frolicking in the surf and scaling sea cliffs to meditating among the palms and lounging in the sun, you will find your version of paradise with car hire in Thailand.
Why Should I Book Car Hire in Thailand with Nova?
Nova Car Hire has made the process of arranging car rental speedy, straightforward, and surprisingly cheap. We leverage the buying power of more than 1.5 million customers to negotiate massive volume discounts from the world’s top car hire suppliers, which you benefit from through great value rates in Thailand and across the world. Simply enter your location and choice of dates, and we will deliver an immediate, excellent quote.
Car Hire Requirements in Thailand
When collecting your hire car in Thailand, 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 Thailand
Suvarnabhumi (Bangkok) Airport, one of two airports serving Bangkok, is the busiest airport in Thailand. Other international airports in Thailand with substantial passenger numbers include Don Mueang (the other Bangkok airport), Phuket, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, and Samui airports.
Thailand Driving Rules & Regulations
In Thailand, 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. Seat belts must be worn at all times. Speed limits range from 50 – 60 km/h in suburban streets and 90 – 120 km/h on highways, but the high volume of traffic in urban areas means that your speed will be determined by the general flow of traffic.You'll find further information on Thailand's rules of the road here.
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