Iran Car Rental
Rhein Tourism Company offers professional services in car rental
and is ready to rent a car with or without a driver
All drivers have a driver's license with years of working experience and broad knowledge of the roads and highways in Iran.
Cars without driver is possible for all clients aged above 18 who own a valid driving license and could present all guarantee documents.
If you are a fan of adventurous trips, car rental in Iran might be an option for you. Since Iran is a land of intrigue, history, and beauty, you might lose part of this adventure in public transportations. Car rental is available in most big cities. Models of the car available for rental is wide-ranging; from an economy hatchback like Peugeot 206 which costs approximately 30 Euros a day to a luxury SUV like Toyota Land Cruiser which costs approximately 250 Euros.
Is Driving in Iran Recommended?
At the first glance, Iran’s traffic is to some extent similar to many other Asian countries. But it has some unique features; “Everyone seems to go their own way without taking anything else into account. Traffic outside the big cities is quite mellow and easily drivable. While the crazy drivers might discourage you from renting a car, there is a bright side to this story. Driving gives you an unbeatable freedom and comfort to explore less known parts of this huge country. Navigation won’t be a big problem; You can get help from Google maps, Waze, and locals to find your destinations.
In Rhein Tourism Company we strongly believe, renting a car with a driver would benefit the traveler from a safety point of view. It goes without saying that your safety is our top priority. Car Renting without a driver is a daunting task, because you aren’t aware of the unfavorable traffic conditions and driving methods in big cities like Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz. In addition, the lack of road discipline might put your lives in danger. So it makes sense to rent a vehicle with a driver when heading outside of the capital for safety reasons.
Rhein tourism Company will provide you with a range of the best quality vehicles at the most reasonable prices.
How to Rent a Car in Iran
There are many rental agencies in Iran which might follow a process of car rental slightly different from the common practice in Europe or the US. In general, the process is straightforward; you choose a car, leave a guarantee for returning it, get the keys, drive, deliver it back, pay for it, and get the guarantee back.
Imam Khomeini International Airport Car Rental
Navigating a whole new area on your own schedule was never easier than with a cheap car rental from Tehran Imam Khomeini Intl Airport. As soon as you arrive at Tehran Imam Khomeini Intl Airport, Iran, you can look forward to exploring straight away. As well as having the freedom to drive to exciting new locations on a whim, you can plan day trips and excursions to nearby attractions that capture your interest. The return procedure at Imam Khomeini International airport is standard like in any other rental location world-wide.
Is It Possible to Rent a Car in Iran without a Driver?
Yes. Many rental agencies make this happen. But there is sometimes a limitation for choosing the car model. Some agencies, for example, won’t give you luxury cars unless you hire a driver from the agency. There are also some agencies which don’t let the customers take expensive models out of the city.
Car rental prices vary depending on many factors such as car model, duration, mileage, and whether you’re hiring a driver or not. Like any other you can get better deals if you make longer (usually longer than a week) bookings.
Thinking of budget, you might wonder how much you should pay to rent a car. Well the choices are different. There is often an economy option in the agencies. For example, an economy hatchback like Peugeot 206, or Dena, an Iranian sedan, might cost approximately 30 Euros a day. More expensive cars like Renault Logan/Symbol or Kia Cerato might be rented from 60 to 110 euros a day respectively. There are more expensive cars available for rental like Toyota’s luxury SUV, Land Cruiser, which costs approximately 250 Euros a day. Considering the necessity of having insurance, some agencies may ask for an extra amount for it. Prepare enough cash for renting the car as your credit cards won’t work in Iran.
Guarantee for Car Rental in Iran
Depending on the agency, you’ll be asked for any of these as a guarantee: passport, valid driving license, or your visa. Your agency may ask for a deposit in cash; which depends on the type of car and the agency. You’ll also be charged for an added fee of insurance. While your deposit will be returned to you when you deliver the car, some agencies will keep a small amount of the deposit as a guarantee for the possible fines recorded by police cameras; this money will be sent after your return in approximately 75 days.
Car Rental or Public Transportation?
Many would advice against car rental as traffic in big Iranian cities is horrible and people drive like crazy. Road accidents in Iran are also quite high. But if you’re planning to go off the beaten track then hiring a car will take you to places that nothing else will. In conclusion, car rental is an exciting choice letting you start and stop the car whenever you want and enjoy the beautiful landscapes. If this adventure fits in your budget, then why not trying it. Otherwise, you can use the public transport which is cheaper and frequently available.