20 C$ - 62 C$
28 C$ - 69 C$
21 C$ - 39 C$
The cheapest time to rent a car in Brisbane is in February. The price is 8% lower than the rest of the year at just 30 CAD per day. The most expensive month is December. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider renting an economy car in May. If you need more room for your family, larger vehicles with 6+ seats are typically cheapest in June. The price of a car rental in Brisbane can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your rental car.
|Cheapest||AutoEurope||AutoEurope gives you the cheapest deals in 1 location around the city|
|Most popular||Red Spot||Red Spot gives you the cheapest deals in 3 locations around the city|
|Most locations||Sunnycars||Sunnycars gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 13 locations|
|Princess Alexandra Hospital||14.5 km|
|Princess Alexandra Hospital||87 km|
|Princess Alexandra Hospital||100 km|
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307 people have been looking for a car to rent in Brisbane in January.
41 C$ is the cost of a weekend car rental in Brisbane for February, with cheap deals starting as low as 26 C$. 39 C$ is a normal deal for a week-long rental in Brisbane, but for February it's not uncommon to see prices as low as 19 C$, depending on your requirements.
Of those searching in Brisbane, 93% were looking to rent from Brisbane. For February, to rent a car from Brisbane will cost on average 37 C$.
Hertz, Bargain Car Rentals, and Ace Rental Cars were the most popular suppliers in Brisbane for next month.
93% of searches were for automatic transmission vehicles. The price of an automatic car rental in Brisbane can be different from that of a manual transmission - in February the best deal we've seen for an automatic is 16 C$, and for a manual it's 19 C$.
If you are renting a car, motorcycle or van in Brisbane, be aware that the current speed limit on expressways is 110 km/h. For undivided highways, the limit drops to 110 km/h. For urban areas such as towns and cities, the limit is usually 50 km/h.
The law addressing driving under the influence states that 0.1% BAC is the legal limit for operating a vehicle in Brisbane.
The road network in Brisbane has been scored 4.7 for its network quality (1 lowest, 7 highest). This puts it at #41 in the world. In comparison CA ranks at #26 with a score of 5.2. Roads will vary significantly at regional level within a country so this score has been used simply as a guide or reference for comparison.
The side of the road drivers use in Brisbane is the left.