Daily Car Hire Rates in Israel
*daily rates in Israel based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
If you are visiting Israel, renting a car is a great way to get around in comfort and at your own leisure. Whether planning a sightseeing tour of Jerusalem and Eilat, or planning a business trip to Tel Aviv, Rhino will have a vehicle to suit your requirements. Let Rhino do the hard work and search the market to save you time and money on your next rental car in Israel.
Our customer service team are on hand to answer any questions and provide support throughout the booking process. Use our live chat facility to contact a member of the team if you cannot find the answer you need from our frequently asked questions, or you can drop us an e-mail or call our customer service team. Get a quote today with Rhino for the cheapest car hire Israel has to offer.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Customer questions about Israel car hire
Hello, what is theft protection and collision damage waiver?
Hi, Collision damage waiver and theft waiver policies offer varying levels of protection against damage, theft and loss.
We need to rent a car in Eilat at 6th of May, but we arrive at 10 PM approximately
Hello, the rental agent in Eilat is closed at that time I am afraid. They open at 8am on the 7th if you can collect the car in the morning? Or you can arrange from any of the airports if you arriving by air?
Hello, our reservation for Tel Aviv juct came through but it's not the car we booked, can you advise please?
Hello, thanks for getting in touch. All of our cars are booked on an 'or similar' basis. This means that we will supply a car of equal or higher specification / capacity to that shown on the quote stage. As we work with a number of rental agents who have complex fleet arrangements we are unable to say 100% the make and model we display will be supplied. However we do guarnatee that it'll be at least the same specification or higher, of course at no additional cost.
Israel Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Israel has one of the highest life expectancies in the world.
- The currency in Israel is the Shekel (ILS).
- Israel harvests the power of the sun to its advantage, making it the leading nation in solar energy.
- The two official languages in Israel is Hebrew and Arabic, with Hebrew being the primary language.
- The national emblem of Israel is an Escutcheon which contains a Menorah in its middle, two olive branches on both sides of the Menorah and at the bottom the label 'Israel'.
Israel Mini Guide
Israel occupies a long narrow stretch of land at the south-eastern corner of the Mediterranean. This hilly country has as its natural eastern boundary the Great Rift Valley, the great fault which split the earth's surface from Syria to Africa millions of years ago. The valley contains the River Jordan, which flows first through subtropical vegetation, then arid wasteland to the Dead Sea, 394 m (1293 ft) below sea level. The triangular wedge of the Negev Desert ends at the Gulf of Aqaba, at the head of which is Israel's southern outlet, the small port of Eilat.
Israel's northern half is temperate and fertile, while the south is arid and barren. Most of the country's estimated 7.7 million citizens live on the coastal plain bordering the Mediterranean, where Tel Aviv is the leading commercial city. The greenest part is Galilee, though here, as in all Israel, no rain falls in summer. The Sea of Galilee, lying among the northern hills, is Israel’s main reservoir of fresh water. This is piped to the Negev - the desert and semi desert home of wandering Bedouin Arabs - and it is the Israelis' proud boast that they have 'made the desert bloom' with sunflowers, sugar beet and other crops.
In the 40 years since modern Israel was founded, large numbers of them have left Europe, North America, the Middle East and Africa to make new lives in their historic homeland. The Jewish population was 650,000 in 1948; today it is near 6 million which accounts for nearly a third of the world's Jews. The second largest ethnic group are Arabs, comprised of both Muslim and Christian faiths.
Israel is a young country with about one third of the population is under 14. The people are highly educated; many of those who flocked to Israel brought with them a wealth of skills and it is not uncommon for, say, a truck driver to have a degree. It is also one of the most polyglot societies on earth; there are, for instance, Iraqi, Ethiopian, Moroccan and Russian Jews, and many others.
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