6 - 56 CAD
49 - 140 CAD
7 - 33 CAD
The cheapest time to rent a car in Dublin is in January. The price is 59% lower than the rest of the year at just 9 CAD per day. The most expensive month is July. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider renting an economy car in January. If you need more room for your family, larger vehicles with 6+ seats are typically cheapest in January. The price of a car rental in Dublin 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 2 locations around the city|
|Most popular||AutoEurope||AutoEurope gives you the cheapest deals in 2 locations around the city|
|Most locations||Sunnycars||Sunnycars gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 8 locations|
|Dublin Zoo||8.6 km|
|St. Stephen's Green||9.8 km|
|Blanchardstown Centre||9.9 km|
|Ireland's Eye||12.6 km|
|Citywest Business Campus||131 km|
|St. Stephen's Green||139 km|
|Dublin Zoo||140 km|
|Blanchardstown Centre||142 km|
|St. Stephen's Green||3.3 km|
|Dublin Zoo||3.5 km|
|Blanchardstown Centre||9.3 km|
|Ireland's Eye||13.4 km|
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So far in December there have been 605 searches on momondo for car rental in Dublin.
For January in Dublin, the average price from these searches for a weekend rental was 26 CAD - but some users found deals as low as 11 CAD. 40 CAD is a normal deal for a week-long rental in Dublin, but for January it's not uncommon to see prices as low as 11 CAD, depending on your requirements.
When renting from Dublin, the average price users found was 23 CAD in January.
Sixt, Hertz, and Easirent were the most popular suppliers in Dublin for next month.
14% of people were looking for automatic cars to rent in Dublin as opposed to a manual transmission ("stick shift"). 4 CAD is the best price we've seen for an automatic transmission in Dublin for January.
Currently, for cars, motorcycles and vans, the speed limit on expressways in Dublin is 120 km/h. The limit drops to 100 km/h for undivided highways and to 50 km/h for urban, populated areas.
The alcohol limit for driving in Dublin is 0.1% BAC. It is strongly advised you do not drink any alcohol if you are considering driving.
The road network in Dublin has been scored 5.3 for its network quality (1 lowest, 7 highest). This puts it at #24 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.
When driving in Dublin, ensure you drive on the left.