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|Pick-up location||Tel Aviv|
|Most popular agency||Europcar|
|Most popular car type||Economy|
|Average price||₹ 1,851/day|
|Good deal||₹ 1,414/day|
On average a hire car in Tel Aviv costs ₹ 1,851 per day.
Economy (Hyundai Accent or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in Tel Aviv.
The only car hire company onsite at Ben Gurion Intl Airport is Europcar.
The only car hire company that offers shuttle or pick-up services from Ben Gurion Intl Airport to off-airport locations is Europcar.
In the last 72 hours the cheapest hire car price was found at Budget Hayarkon Str 99 null (3 kilometres from the city centre).
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A Economy car rental in Tel Aviv costs ₹ 2,223 per day, on average.
On average a rental car in Tel Aviv costs ₹ 12,955 per week (₹ 1,851 per day).
On average a rental car in Tel Aviv costs ₹ 55,523 per month (₹ 1,851 per day).
Since the city can be bursting with traffic during rush hour, changing lanes can be a challenge, and parking spots are hard to get by, opting for a compact car is a good choice. A smaller car will also cost less and won’t need as much gas.
Speed limit signs are given in kilometers per hour. Urban areas allow up to 50 km/h (31 mph), and 80-90 km/h (49-55 mph) is permitted on intercity roads. On highways, drivers can speed up to 100-110 km/h (62-68 mph). Speed cameras are also common in Israel, so adhering to the speed limit is important.
A refill in Israel will cost about 6.69 Israeli new shekel per liter ($1.79 per ¼ gallon, or $7.16 per gallon). Almost all gas stations ask for the same price, so it is not necessary to hunt down the cheapest places to refill the tank. When opting for self-service, the price can be marginally cheaper. Usually all major credit cards are accepted.
Parking in Tel Aviv can be a challenge, so familiarize yourself with the color-coded parking areas beforehand. Red signifies parking is not permitted and blue or white means it is a metered parking area. Many on-street parking spots are also reserved for locals, so it’s probably better to opt for a parking lot or parking garage instead, like the Dizengoff Center parking lot or Suzanne Dellal Parking. In Reading in the north of Tel Aviv, there is a free parking lot from which buses can be taken into the center.