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Frequently asked questions
You’ll want to explore nearby Lipa. What’s 19 miles when you have your own set of wheels? The journey there is half the fun! SM City Lipa should be high up on your list here. Mount Malarayat Golf and Country Club and Summit Point Golf and Country Club are excellent attractions too. Situated 28 miles away, San Pablo is another popular tourist destination. If you stop by, don’t miss Villa Escudero, Lakes Pandin and Sampaloc Lake.
We’ve pulled together a list of the best ways to help you keep more money in your wallet:
Check out as many different bargain car rental deals as you can (we make that chore a piece of cake!)
Take advantage of our Price Drop Alert service and stay up to date when prices fall for your location
Browse the deals at all rental locations around town, being sure to include both the airport terminal and surrounding area. A brief cab ride to a nearby car rental office might score you some impressive savings
You can often save yourself some dollars if your travel plans are flexible. Look into different days and dates and find out what savings you can score
Do what you can to keep your pickup and drop-off times as similar as possible. If you return your rental car later than you picked it up, you might be charged an extra day
Some car rental outlets offer big incentives to pay upfront, so make sure you keep your eyes peeled for these great offers
It’s best to make a reservation as soon as your dates are locked in. The earlier you book, the bigger the choice.
Some people find ducking in and out of traffic in big cities a little daunting. But in a small car like a mini or compact, getting around Tagaytay will be a snap. Rather spend your days discovering the surrounding coral reefs? Have a look at our range of SUVs. With loads of cargo space and more power under the hood, these bigger vehicles will make those scenic drives even more memorable. Crossing off all the sights and activities that Tagaytay is famous for has never been easier with your own set of wheels.
For some of us, owning a high-end vehicle is the stuff that dreams are made of. But renting your dream ride is absolutely within your grasp! Imagine the thrill of cruising into town in a snazzy sports car, even if it’s only for a short while. Or maybe all you want is a cheap ride to get you quickly from A to B. Flashy or affordable? Whatever you’re looking for, there’s a rental car to suit your style in Tagaytay.
From its alleys to its expressways, discovering Tagaytay will be a snap with a rental car. But before you veer into the fast lane, here’s what you need to know about hitting the road in this city:
In Tagaytay, you’ll have to stick to the right-hand side. When exploring someplace new, it’s wise to choose a vehicle with automatic transmission. That way, you can focus on the road ahead and not stress about gear changes.
Finding a car space in Tagaytay isn’t always quick and easy. That’s why many visitors choose a hotel that has its own parking. When leaving the car around the city, take careful note of the signage. Overstaying the maximum time limit could land you a big fine.
As with many places, roads get busier in the morning and afternoon rush hours. However, thanks to its smaller population of roughly 71,200, traffic gridlock isn’t a major problem in Tagaytay.
Most residential zones in the city of Tagaytay have a 60km/h speed limit. Outside these areas, the speed limits typically range between 60km/h and 100km/h.
In most cases, your chosen rental car company will charge the amount fined to your credit card. Alternatively, the company may provide your contact information to the relevant local law enforcement agency so they can send a fine directly to you.
It is illegal to operate a cell phone while you’re on the road in Tagaytay. You may even be issued a ticket for simply holding a phone while you’re behind the wheel.
While driving in Tagaytay, it’s illegal to have a BAC (blood alcohol content) in excess of 0.05%. Thinking of having a few drinks with lunch or dinner? Consider using a ride-sharing service or taking a taxi.
Traffic laws in Tagaytay permit drivers at a red light to turn into the direction of traffic nearer to them, without having to wait for a green signal. Before making the maneuver, the car must stop completely and the driver must make sure that the way is clear before proceeding.
Subject to a small number of exceptions, seat belts must be fastened in Cavite.