Car Hire Argentina
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Are you looking for affordable car hire in Argentina? Now a day’s it is very popular to rent a car, the majority choose to pick up a car at the airport. With car rental you and your family have the opportunity to take pleasant day trips in the areas surrounding and you will not be dependent on public transport. By comparing prices of car rental from several players, you can save a lot of money. If you prefer to retrieve the rental car in the city center, this is also possible.
The country offers great natural and cultural experiences. It is advisable to book your car rental well before departure, so you’re sure to get just the car that suits you, at the lowest price. In certain periods there may be high demand among rental companies, and the cheapest cars are usually taken first.
Argentina short guide
Republic of Argentina is the second largest country in South America (after Brazil) with approximately 41 million inhabitants (2009). Argentina is on the Atlantic Ocean in the south and east, and the west is the Andes – where the highest point is Aconcagua, which measures 6962 m
Argentina borders Paraguay and Bolivia to the north, Brazil and Uruguay in the northeast and Chile to the west and south.
The landscape consists of grass rich and fertile plains in the north (pampas), rolling countryside in the south with sand dunes and cliffs, and mountain areas in the west. The climate is mostly temperate, with subtropical areas in North and Sub-Antarctic areas completely in the south.
Capital Buenos Aires (3.7 million inhabitants in 2009), located on the east coast, is also the country’s main port – and the commercial and industrial center.
Other major cities in Argentina’s Córdoba, Rosario, Mendoza, La Plata and San Miguel de Tucumán.
One of South America’s biggest tourist attractions are the Iguazú waterfalls, located in the north of Argentina – on the border with Brazil. Iguazú Falls has a drop of 80 meters, and is part of the Iguazú National Park. This is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Argentina – which is tango homeland – is otherwise known for its culture, football, red wine and its hospitality.
Traffic and Driving Tips Argentina
– on highways – 120 km/h
– on suburban roads – 80 km/h
– in urban areas – 60 km/h
– in residential areas – 40 km/h.
The legal blood-alcohol level is 0.05%; for drivers of motorcycles or scooters – 0.02%; for bus and truck drivers – 0%.
Driving is on the right side and overtaking on the left side of the road.
The minimum driving age is 18.
In Argentina, most of the roads are in good condition, but there are also gravel and dirt roads.
Seatbelts are mandatory for a driver and all passengers.
It is mandatory to drive outside urban areas with headlights switched on during the day.
Children under 10 years old must always sit in the back seats of the car.
As a rule, the left turn is not permitted even at traffic lights.
Cell phones may only be used with a hands-free system.
It is mandatory for all cars in Argentina to have Civil Liability or third party insurance.
While driving, foreign drivers should have their original driving permits, International driver licenses, passport, some proof of insurance, vehicle ownership or rental papers.
It is required to have in the car: two safety triangles with reflecting surfaces, first aid kit, fire extinguisher inside the vehicle
The main highways in Argentina are toll roads.
On avenues with one-way traffic, parking is generally not permitted prohibited at the left curb weekdays from 7 to 21 hours except that the traffic signals indicate otherwise. It is permitted to park right next to the sidewalk every except that the traffic signals indicate otherwise.
On streets with one-way traffic, parking is general not permitted at the left curb every day for 24 hours,
except there are traffic signals that indicate otherwise. It is permitted to park right next to the sidewalk every day for 24 hours, except that the traffic signals indicate otherwise.
On the streets with two-way traffic, it is permitted to park right at the curb every day for 24 hours, except that the traffic signals indicate otherwise.
On line marked yellow and handicapped ramp, parking is prohibited daily for 24 hours.
At police checkpoints, police may stop any car to check driving documents – driving permit, International driving permit – car insurance and registration papers. When drivers approach a checkpoint, they should drive slowly.
In the case of accident, don’t move your car and call to police. Know insurance information and addresses with the other driver. If you have a camera, take pictures of the accident. Don’t argue with the police. You should give a copy of the police report to your insurance company.
Foreign visitors may drive in Argentina with their International driving permits.
The police phone number is 101.
Buenos Aires / Buenos Aires Jorge Newbery Airport
Bahia Blanca / Bahia Blanca Comandante Espora Airport
San Carlos de Bariloche / San Carlos de Bariloche Airport
Cordoba / Cordoba International Airport
San Martin de los Andes / San Martin de los Andes Airport
Comodoro Rivadavia / Comodoro Rivadavia International Airport
Buenos Aires / Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport
El Calafate / El Calafate International Airport
Puerto Iguazu / Puerto Iguazu International Airport
Jujuy / Jujuy Gobernador Horacio Guzman International Airport
San Luis / San Luis Airport
Mar del Plata / Mar del Plata Astor Piazzolla International Airport
Mendoza / Mendoza International Airport
Neuquen / Neuquen Presidente Peron International Airport
Posadas / Posadas Airport
Trelew / Trelew Almirante Marco Andres Zar Airport
Resistencia / Resistencia International Airport
Rio Gallegos / Rio Gallegos International Airport
Termas de Río Hondo / Termas de Río Hondo Airport
Rosario / Rosario Islas Malvinas International Airport
Santa Fe / Santa Fe Sauce Viejo Airport
Salta / Salta Martin Miguel de Guemes International Airport
Tucuman / Tucuman Airport
San Juan / San Juan Domingo Faustino Sarmiento
Ushuaia / Ushuaia Malvinas Argentinas International Airport
The country’s main airport is Aeropuerto Internacional Ministro Pistarini, located 40 km outside the capital Buenos Aires.
RentaCarBestPrice.com offer car rental in most major cities and airports in Argentina. Some car rental companies we compare include Six, National, Alamo and Europcar.
Popular Destinations Argentina
Bahia Blanca – Bariloche – Buenos Aires – Comodoro Rivadavia – Cordoba – Corrientes – El Calafate – Escobar – Esquel – Formosa – Iguazu – Jujuy – Mar Del Plata – Mendoza – Neuquen – Parana – Pergamino – Pilar – Posadas – Puerto Madryn – Resistencia – Rio Cuarto – Rio Gallegos – Rio Grande – Rojas – Rosario – Salta – San Juan – San Luis – San Martin De Los Andes – Santa Fe – Santa Rosa – Santiago Del Estero – Trelew – Tucuman – Ushuaia – Viedma – Villa La Angostura