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Collision damage waiver and theft protection are insurance options that cover renters from paying high penalty fees if the car is stolen or returned damaged. Some Hong Kong car providers already include Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) and Theft Protection Waiver into the rental price but not all of them. We recommend always be aware of your coverage when renting a car in in Hong Kong.
Keep in mind that car hire excess insurances often have a deductible clause, which is the amount you’ll have to pay if something happens during the time of your rental. If you want to avoid unwanted surprises, you should consider adding a no-deductible option to your Hong Kong car rental.
Some car hire companies in Hong Kong which have updated their car rental health and safety policies due to COVID-19 to make sure vehicles are clean and disinfected include Hertz and Avis
On average a hire car in Hong Kong costs £68 per day.
The average price of fuel in Hong Kong is £7.04 per litre over the past 30 days. Filling up a tank of fuel costs between £84 and £113, depending on the car size.
Economy (Hyundai Accent or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Hong Kong.
The only car hire company onsite at Hong Kong Intl airport is Hertz.
Take a look at our extensive car hire location map to find the best car hire deals near you.
A Economy car hire in Hong Kong costs £71 per day, on average.
A Compact car hire in Hong Kong costs £41 per day, on average.
In Hong Kong, cars are most frequently hired at Avis 181-185 Gloucester Road (3 miles from city centre).
On average hiring a car in Hong Kong costs £478 per week (£68 per day).
On average a car hire in Hong Kong costs £2,047 per month (£68 per day).
Smaller cars are absolutely recommended for visitors looking to rent a car in Hong Kong. Many of the city’s streets are quite narrow, and parking spaces are often on the smaller side, so large vehicles will often be a struggle for navigate the city. That being said, there are special parking spots for larger cars, but these are limited in number so it is better to hedge your bet and go for a smaller car like a sedan, compact, or coupe.
Hong Kong features a wide range of speed limits such as 30 km/h (19 mph) on mountain roads, 50 km/h (31 mph) on smaller streets, and 70 or 80 km/h (43 and 50 mph) on most highways. On a select few highways, speed limits go up to 100 or 110 kph (62 and 68 mph).
Petrol prices average about HK$16.2 ($2.07 USD) per liter in Hong Kong. To put this in gallon terms, that is about HK$61.32 ($7.85 USD) per gallon of gas.
Parking garages in almost all areas of Hong Kong are by far the best option for parking. On the main island there simply is almost no streetside parking available in the popular areas. Luckily, there are an ample number of parking garages that charge a variety of rates so you have plenty to choose from. In the peripheral areas of Hong Kong, streetside parking is more of an option and, when available, should be taken advantage of.