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Car Hire in Rwanda has become a common and fast-catching trend where travelers’ can be able to hire any car of their choice for a given period of time. The cars hired out can be suitable for any, if not all kinds of occasions however it all depends on the price and costs of the particular vehicle in question.

Car Hire in RwandaMany travelers find ease in driving around rented vehicles because this method not only saves them so much but offers a whole lot more like cost cutting, time, and adventure and it is very convenient.

Rwanda is one of the many countries that have picked up on the idea and here are a few popular car hire companies you can check out when in Rwanda.

Self-driving in Rwanda with 4×4 cars

This car hire company in Rwanda is the only absolute motor vehicle source online, supplying an extensive range of vehicles for rent like the 4×4, the chauffeur-driven vehicles, and the rooftop tent cars among other transfer services that you need in Rwanda. This company initially came into place back in 2011 though only as a car operator in Kigali however it now offers comprehensive rental car services throughout the state of Rwanda. With some of its reliable services like the insurance policy when it comes to hiring vehicles, this car hire company also offers additional services to its clients like booking accommodations and issuing gorilla permits among others. The company also has a team dedicated entirely to providing passionate travel expertise at its one-stop wheel centre.

We are the ideal car rental company that is there to not only handle your airport transfer services straight from the airport to any place in Rwanda; be it in the city or the countryside. They offer a large high-quality selection of vehicles that can be got at incredible rates like SUVs, mini vans, sports cars, and sedans among others. This company also provides a section where you can hire a fleet of taxi cabs that can be at your disposal with synchronized billing and tracking.

We make use of the most recent and accessible tech which is safe and also very comfortable in vehicles, providing the passengers with the utmost quality of service. Persist with us and get the service you deserve! Because there are very few places where Mountain Gorillas can be seen worldwide, this company gives you a very clear guide that presents you with information showing you how to plan your gorilla safari when in Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and or Rwanda.

Driving and Safety

Your Safety is our Priority, here is some essential advice when you are on your Self-Drive Safari into Africa: Excessive speed is the main cause of all accidents, self-drive camper vehicles are not designed for speed

Always wear your seat belt, it is the law and it is there to protect you

It is recommended that you follow the speed limits at all times:

  • Tar Roads Max 60KMH
  • Gravel Roads Max 40KMH
  • Dirt Tracks Max 40KMH
  • The second cause of all accidents is losing concentration, make sure you take regular breaks and enjoy the journey
  • Keep your headlights on during the day on Tar Roads, it increases your visibility to oncoming traffic
  •  Check your radiator Coolant every morning before you head out on your journey, always ensure the coolant lid is securely fastened and never open the coolant lid when your engine is hot
  • Check your Oil levels daily and ensure your engine has the recommended Oil levels
  • Always know what tire pressures are needed for your driving conditions, Tar = Higher Pressures, Gravel = Medium Pressures and Sand = Lower Pressures. Check your Tire Pressure Daily
  • Try to Avoid Night Driving, Pedestrians, Wild and domesticated Animals use the road at night and often you will find vehicles with no lights on the road
  • Slow down whenever you see Animals on or near the road, they can be unpredictable and may run into your path
  • Never Drive with 4WD (4H or 4L) engaged when driving above 20KMH this will cause serious damage to the vehicle
  • Differential Lock should only be engaged when absolutely necessary and will restrict the steering control of the vehicle, always ensure that once you have released yourself from being stuck you disengage
  • Never overload the vehicle with passengers, a maximum of 4 people per vehicle
  • Always ensure you have sufficient fuel for your journey, fill up regularly with the correct fuel
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