Welcome to Kenya Travel Car Hire
Kenya Travel Car Hire is a transport company based in Nairobi. Our primary objective is to provide reliable and quality services in Kenya for either short or long term car hire. Our target clients are tourist and business men or women travelling to Kenya for either leisure or business and require transportation.
Hiring a car is essential if you intend to travel in Kenya at your convenience. We cater for individuals, families and large groups. We endeavour to meet all our customers needs by offering expert advice where needed, delivery of vehicles at the airport, hotels within the city and the suburbs and offering shopping assistance if need be. Our friendly sales team exude a high level of professionalism and are able to advice potential clients on what to expect when hiring a vehicle including liability.
Our fleet of cars is highly maintained, we offer vehicles at an economical rate which offer an out standing driving experience and comfort as you explore Kenya. Our vehicles are properly cleaned and mechanically checked before each rental. Our fleet includes sedan / saloon cars, 4x4 SUV's, 4WD jeeps, safari vans, land cruisers and coaster coaches. Our service may include chauffer services if needed. Our chauffer services are off high standard and our drivers are highly competent. They exude a high level of etiquette and speak fluent English.
Why Choose Kenya Travel Car Hire?
- As a transport operator we understand our country more than others.
- Competitive fully inclusive prices.
- We reply to your request within 1 working day to save your valued time.
- We listen to our customers' and also offer an expert advice where necessary.
Kenya Car Rental Tips
Driving within cities can be a hustle due to the usual traffic build up especially during rush hours. Another challenge is the Matatu's [Public transport vehicles] as locally known who are notorious for not observing the traffic rules, loud music and low etiquette.
The rule of the road is to keep left un less overtaking. You will find a lot of roundabouts with traffic lights or manned by police officers or traffic marshals.
As opposed to Gas Stations in Kenya we have petrol stations. The petrol station have an attendants who fills up the car on either petrol or diesel depending on the engine capacity of the car.