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Officially known as the republic of Turkey, Turkey is a country located in the western part of Asia. A beautiful country, worth a visit, Turkey is country visited by a large number of tourists every year, public transportation facilities around the country have been greatly extended over the years. However, driving around a car on your own while on a trip in Turkey would give you the freedom and ease of travel. Rental cars in Turkey available with the various rental companies are the best options for travel around the country.
The various car rental companies include Economy, Turkey rental cars, Auto Europe, Proper and Argus. These companies with their online websites have made bookings of rentals a cheap and easy process. You can also check websites such as economybookings.com for complete and detailed bookings.
To get the best price rates for car rentals in Turkey, one has to remember to compare between the various car rental companies using consolidator websites. You can find out the various discount coupons available and remember to compare it with a global car rental company in your own country.
When booking for a car remember to specify all the needed specifications including safety, no of seats, car model and features like GPRS etc. Also, with Turkeys road accidents being quite high make sure to have a professional driver along with safety features like airbags, vehicle stability management etc.
For all the car renters, some things are to be kept in mind for booking car rentals in Turkey. In Turkey, you drive on the right side of the road. It is important to always carry your valid driver’s license from your home country throughout the journey, and drivers must strictly be above the age of 21. Driver’s licenses written in anything other than the Latin alphabet are not accepted unless accompanied by a valid international driving license or official translation. The lessee is responsible for any damages to the car in case of accident or theft.