Iceland Car Hire With A Debit Card
When visiting Iceland you will read that travelling around the country on public transport is almost impossible. There are no trains in Iceland and the almost pointless bus services are very unreliable. If you really want to see iceland then a hire car is a tourists best (only) option.
Where to rent a car in Iceland?
We offer car hire services from two of the busiest airports as below. We can also arrange fantastic car hire services in downtown locations too.
Can I rent a car without a credit card in Iceland?
Yes, we have managed to arrange a deal with two suppliers in Iceland. They will allow payment to be made on a debit card when renting a car. Most companies will require a credit card to secure the deposit amount but our suppliers will also allow this to be done on a debit card.
Which debit cards can I use to hire a car in Iceland?
Our suppliers accept a variety of debit cards. The only requirement is that the name on the front of the card must match the name on the licence of the main driver. To check if your card will be accepted by our suppliers at the location you wish to hire from, please contact us.
What types of cars can you rent in Iceland with no credit card? Is a 4×4 necessary?
There is the usual range of vehicles available from many suppliers. But in Iceland, more than most countries you should really consider your plans before selecting your rental car. Where do you intend to travel? What type of roads will you be travelling on? What time of year is it?
If you just intend to wonder around Reykjavik sightseeing for a few days, The smallest and cheapest of cars will do the trick. If you want to explore the country, leave the ring road onto the ‘F Roads’ then you almost certainly will need an SUV/4×4.
Do your research, road information and conditions can be checked at the road.is website.
How old do you have to be to rent a car in Iceland with a debit card?
You can rent a car in Iceland from the age of 20 years old and all the way up to 90. Not all rental car suppliers offer this, so be sure to make us aware of your age when enquiring.
How much is car rental in Iceland?
Iceland is a fairly expensive country to visit, and like most other countries it gets more expensive in busy times. You should expect to pay between £150 and £400 for a small car for 7 days, between £600 and £2000 for a 4×4 vehicle depending on the time of year.
Do you need an international driver’s license to drive in Iceland?
Not in most cases, Icelandic rental suppliers will accept most national driving licences. Even if they are issued outside of the EU. However, if your licence is not printed in Roman Script then you may need to provide and IDP (International Driving Permit) which is basically a translation of your licence information. As always, please check with us before making a booking.
How to rent a car in Iceland?
Renting a car in Iceland can be simple to arrange. If you want a quick and hassle free process, give us a call on +44 0 113 88 00 408. Fill out the enquiry form or chat with us online. We will answer any questions you may have regarding Iceland Car Hire With A Debit Card or your preferred payment method.
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Maryia was very friendly, and answered all my many questions quickly. She helped us decide on the best car for our needs. The car hire firm we used (Ice Car Hire in Iceland) were great, and everything went smoothly. I'd definitely use this service again.
The only provider I found with ease for renting with a credit card. Responded to queries promptly to work out an arrangement to suit me and the supplier. Thanks!