The company does not has availability of my car, at the I rent other car due the need, but I have pay the double of the price!!!
Frequently asked questions
If your trip to Lima is all booked but your itinerary is looking a little empty, we can give you a few hints and tips.Stop by Plaza San Martin. It’s one attraction you’ll find on many visitors’ must-do lists. If you still have some room on your travel schedule, Plaza de Armas de Lima and Plaza Norte Peru will keep you on the go as well.
Take in the sights and sounds of Chancay. It’s located 40 miles from Lima. Here you’ll find noteworthy attractions such as Castillo de Chancay. Need more reasons to check it out? Reserva Nacional Lomas de Lachay is likely to tempt you.
There’s nothing quite as nice as opening the car window and feeling the cool salty sea air in your hair while you’re cruising along the seaside. Pack some snacks and spend a few hours relaxing near the water at one of the fantastic beaches near Lima. Picturesque options include:
Costa Verde Beach (5 miles away).
La Pampilla Beach (6 miles away).
Waikiki Beach (6 miles away).
If you hope to do some serious business networking in the convention centers of Lima, it’d be smart to get your own set of wheels. That way, you’ll be able to go for a spin, check out the surrounding area and be sure that you’ll make it to your event on time. You’ll most likely be heading to one of these buildings:
The Westin Lima Convention Center (4 miles away).
Lima Convention Center (4 miles away).
Lima is big. You could chill out for a good while in this place and not run out of things to do. If you’d like to soak up as much as possible in this buzzing metropolis, a rental car is a must. Keep in mind that driving in big cities usually comes with tight streets and even tighter parking spots. Don’t stress though, because a small ride like a compact can make this much easier to manage. If you want to head out of the city and enjoy the cliffs that Lima is famous for, you’ll probably prefer a vehicle with more room. A full-size or mid-size SUV will make that longer drive comfortable.
Sometimes it’s all about the journey, which makes finding the right car important. If you’re planning an unforgettable road trip around Lima, a roomy SUV could be the ideal solution. If you’re looking for the cheapest price possible and plan on doing a lot of city driving, a budget compact is hard to beat. All you need to do is decide what’s the best fit, load up the car, and rack up those miles.
Finding a car space in Lima isn’t too difficult. Of course, it depends on where you are and when — it may be tricky parking right in the center during busy periods.
Lima has a population of around 7,737,000, so you’ll likely run into congested roads at some stage. For a smoother journey, avoid driving in the peak hours before and after work — especially around the center.
More often than not, your rental car company will charge the amount detailed on the fine to your credit card, including local surcharges. Or they may share your information with the relevant local law enforcement agency, who’ll then send a fine to your postal address.
It’s illegal to use your cell phone while driving a car in Lima, and you may even receive a fine for simply handling your phone when you’re in control of a vehicle. That said, the use of hands-free or Bluetooth functions is permitted, as long as your attention remains on the road.
The legal BAC (blood alcohol content) limit when operating a vehicle in Lima is 0.05%. If you’re in the mood for a big night, leave the car behind and organize another way of getting home instead.
You aren’t allowed to turn on a red light in Lima. When you encounter one, take the opportunity to enjoy a mindful moment or two until the light changes to green.
Seat belts should always be worn in Lima Region. However, this rule may differ for certain vehicles, like those operated by public transportation systems.