Conditions for renting a car in Turkey

Driver’s license – it is desirable to have an IDL (International Driving Permit), but you can drive on a regular national license
Passport – required for drawing up a rental agreement
Driver must be over 21 years old – for younger drivers, the rental price may be higher
Money or a bank credit card (Visa, Mastercard) – to pay for a rented car
Credit or debit card when renting – large rental companies require a credit card, not a debit one.

What do you need to drive a car in Turkey?

Citizens of Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, who have international rights, can drive a car in Turkish territory for no more than six months. If you plan to spend more than 6 months in the country, you need to get a driver’s license in Turkey.

Features of traffic rules when driving in Turkey

Traffic rules in Turkey

Speed ​​limits: 90 km/h, 50 km/h in urban areas, 120 km/h on motorways
Talking on the phone while driving is prohibited.
It is forbidden to drive without a fastened seat belt, including all passengers
Children must sit in the back seat of the car
For the presence of alcohol in the blood (over 0.5 ppm) – a fine.

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