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Traffic is getting heavier and time seems to be moving faster. So, public transportation may not cut it anymore. You need to find a way to get to a specific location without the delay of long lines or waiting for other passengers to fill a vehicle at PUV terminals. As such, car rental may just be the perfect solution to your transport dilemma. Our services afford you easy navigation around Metro Manila.
Our affordable car rental in Manila — self-drive or with a driver — gives you one less thing to worry about when you’re on the road. By having your own transportation, you don’t have to stress over the everyday challenges of public commute. You only have to think about what time you’ll drive to the destination.
We have a wide range of cars for rent. Our selection includes compact cars, sedans, SUVs, and vans from renowned car brands. This way, you can choose which one meets your needs and which one you are most comfortable with.
Additionally, we want you to know that you can rent a car in Manila even for out-of-town trips and long-term traveling. Our car rental agency conveniently lets you pick up and return the car at a designated location within the metro, so you can plan your own route and destination.
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DRIVING REQUIREMENTS FOR VISITORS
Before you rent a car in Manila, make sure you hold a valid driver’s license that allows you to drive in the Philippines. Furthermore, the license must be in English. Otherwise, you may visit the local embassy of your issuing country for an official translation of the license.
If you plan to drive in the Philippines for a maximum of 90 days, you don’t need to apply for a special permit. Your current driver’s license is sufficient.
If your stay exceeds 90 days, however, you need to apply for a local driver’s license. When you visit the Land Transportation Office (LTO) for application, be ready with your current driver’s license, visa and alien certificate, passport, medical certificate, and TIN.
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