|Pick-up location||Jeju City|
One car hire company which has updated their car rental health and safety policies due to COVID-19 to make sure vehicles are clean and disinfected is Hertz
On average a hire car in Jeju City costs $43 per day.
Based on ratings and reviews from real users on KAYAK, the best car hire company in Jeju City is Sixt (8.1, 53 reviews).
The average price of fuel in Jeju City is $7.49 per litre over the past 30 days. Filling up a tank of fuel costs between $90 and $120, depending on the car size.
Intermediate (Hyundai Accent or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Jeju City.
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A Intermediate car hire in Jeju City costs $45 per day, on average.
A Economy car hire in Jeju City costs $47 per day, on average.
A Full-size car hire in Jeju City costs $101 per day, on average.
In Jeju City, cars are most frequently hired at AJ Car Rental Jeju airport (3 km from city centre ).
On average hiring a car in Jeju City costs $300 per week ($43 per day).
On average a car hire in Jeju City costs $1,288 per month ($43 per day).
Jeju City is aiming to reduce car emissions, which means there are lots of hybrids or electric cars on offer. If you do rent an electric car, make sure to mark on your map all the electric car stations where you'll be able to charge it. For a road trip around the island, an SUV is perhaps the best option.
Most roads in Jeju have a speed limit of 30 to 37 miles per hour, while highways observe a speed limit of 50 miles per hour. The limits may be lower in certain residential areas, in which case the signs will be posted. Beware that the whole island, even highways, is filled with speed cameras, so make sure you are always driving within the legal speed limit.
The average petrol prices in Jeju City are approximately $5.03 per gallon. Lower prices can range anywhere between $4.22 and $6.62 per gallon. If you're visiting in the summer, remember that there will be more tourists on the road, which means longer lines at petrol stations. It's useful to know that there is an SK Energy petrol station on the main road of the airport.
Although there are some areas where you will need to pay around KRW 2000-3000 ($1.80-$2.71) to park, most parking spaces in town are usually free and plentiful. Parking lots at tourist spots and restaurants are also typically free, and most hotels offer free parking to their guests as well.