The rates include:
The rates exclude:
- The hire of car installed with air-conditioning and radio cassette player and safety belts.
- Full maintenance cost including necessary repair and scheduled maintenance shall be arranged by World Rent A Car Phuket at your convenience.
- Replacement of car of similar makes or model whenever the hired car is requested for inspection, serving or normal repair.
- Unlimited mileage use in Thailand.
- Collision Damage Waiver (CDW)
- Fuel vehicles are rented with a full tank, which is refilled at the renter’s expense on return.
- Parking charges, traffic fines and toll fees will be the responsibility of the renter.
- Renter is liable to pay the cost of damage up to the maximum per occurrence at 10,000 Baht
- Personal Accident Insurance (PAI) at 150 Baht per day which is taxable.
- Baby Seat at 200 Baht per day.
- Permitted at an additional THB 200.00 per driver per day, maximum 7 Days charged at THB 1,400.00 per driver. Additional driver must meet minimum age requirements.
Method of Payment:
- Daily period of rental is based on 24 hours.
- Should the renter wish to extend the rental period beyond the original agreed return date, it is important that World Rent A Car Phuket be advised immediately and the required advance payment is arranged, so that the insurance cover is extended.
- Identification Card or Passport and Valid driving license are required to be shown upon rental.
- Payment shall be paid by credit card. Full amount pre-paid will be collected upon pick up date.
Cross Border Rentals:
- Minimum age 20 for car rental
- Maximum age - None
- Warning : NO Vehicles allowed crossing border.
Phuket has two major seasons, the Rains Season and the Hot Season :
- The Rains Season from May through October. However there are many sunny days throughout the Rains Season: showers customarily last little more than 2 or 3 hours.
- The Hot Season from November through April. Temperatures are highest in March and April.
- The best months for travel are November through February.
Happy Safe Motoring Tips:
Thailand adopts the British standard of driving on the left side of the road. Major highways are divided dual-carriage. This is of much help to the uninitiated.
- Speed limit for cars is 60 kph. in town, 100 kph. on highways and 120 kph. on motorways except when overtaking.
- Road signs and kilometre stones are quite adequate and follow international standards.
- But it helps to keep a mental picture of the route to be taken and distance to be covered and marking them off in progress against the odometer so as to be able to give an approximate location as well as to correctly judge whether it will be quicker to press on or turn back in case of an emergency.
- Service stations with convenience stores and clean toilets can be found near towns, intersections and populated areas. However, it is wise to top-up the tank periodically rather than wait until it’s almost empty when venturing into unfamiliar territory. Credit cards are not generally accepted.
- Unless thoroughly familiar with the road, night driving is to be avoided due to heavy truck-traffic.
- And so with dusk and dawn when eerie light can play tricks with driver’s perception of depth and distance.
- Highway police can be reached by dialing 1193 and the Tourist police at 1699. ! In case of an accident, follow the instructions given at the time of rental.