No. 1 most popular
Avis is the car hire company in China that currently has the most locations. With 102 car rental centres across the country, you should have no issue finding one of their locations at your destination. Avis tends to have locations in the top must-see cities across China. Guangzhou, for example, has 2 Avis locations.
In China, drivers are required to drive on the left at all times. Not doing so can result in traffic violation tickets.
The road network in China has been scored 4.7 for its quality (1 lowest, 7 highest). This puts it at 42 in the world out of 137 other countries. Roads will vary significantly within the country’s different regions, so use scores as a rough guide or reference for comparison.
The BAC limit is 0.02% in China - this applies to both visitors and residents. Your BAC level is a measurement of the percentage of alcohol in your bloodstream. This information is used to determine how inebriated an individual is. Driving a vehicle with a BAC higher than 0.02% is against the law in China and you will be deemed as ‘driving under the influence’. Keep in mind that there are stricter penalties for those who drink-drive and are under the legal drinking age. In China, you must be at least 18 to drink.
The most popular type of car to hire in China is a Compact. 40% of our users also chose this type of car for their travels to China. If a Compact fits your needs during your stay, then you can expect to pay around 20€ per day for your rental. Keep in mind that prices may vary depending on what city you visit and what car hire company you choose.
On average, you can expect to pay 0.91€ per litre for petrol in China. Keep in mind that this is last week’s national average price and petrol prices may vary across the country. If you aren’t set on hiring a car in China, then consider Kuwait. Petrol prices there are some of the cheapest in the world at 0.30€ per litre as of last week. Hong Kong is another great place to visit and rent a car, but keep in mind that petrol prices can be expensive at around 2.05€ per litre.