Car Rental in Iceland

We will make your rent a car inquiries in Iceland easy and stress free by comparing the prices of all major and minor vehicle for hire dealers who are operating in the country. Tell us what you need and we will make it happen for you with:

  • Diligence
  • Efficiency
  • Care for the detail

Make your trip on the roads of Iceland unforgettable with our car rental

The small island nation of Iceland is one of the most interesting countries in the world today. Known for its stunning nature, very democratic society and the thriving nightlife in the capital city of Reykjavík, Iceland covers a total territory of 103 000 square kilometres where just 332 529 people live. The climate of Iceland can be described as subarctic, which means you need to be very careful when planning your visit to the island. The average high for January is 1.9 °C, while for July it is just 13.3 °C.  A curious fact is that because of the not-so-well developed public transport system and the nature of living on the island, Iceland has a very high percentage of car ownership per capita. There are 12,869 kilometres of public roads available in the country, the majority of which were built in the 1980s. Here you drive on the right side of the road and the speed limit for residential areas is 30 km/h. Just remember that even though the nature here is truly stunning, it is very fragile too, so you are not advised to take off-road trips under any circumstances. Actually, such a practice is widely discouraged.

We are at your service 24/7 

We are a reliable company that offers our clients access to amazing car rental services in Iceland. And we are at your service 24/7. Regardless of the time of the day, feel free to contact our knowledgeable staff and they will provide you with any information you may need on services, special deals, vehicles, and other. We are available on weekends and during bank holidays as well. Don’t hesitate to contact us for the best car rentals in Iceland. 

Apart from the fact that there are no mosquitoes in Iceland, there are also no forests. Only about 2 percent of its land area is covered by forests. Glaciers and volcanoes are dominant, which is why Iceland is also called a land of fire and ice. Well, trees do grow in Iceland, but Vikings chopped down and burnt the land completely. There have been attempts of reforestation but lack of forests is evident. 

Transparent pricing and no hidden fees

To avoid scams and to find a reliable car rental service in Iceland, book a vehicle through Whizz Go. The car hire companies with which we have joined forces are dependable. Their pricing policy is clear. Also, we won’t add any additional fees or surcharges to the final price. That will make your short-term car rental in Iceland even more affordable. That may encourage you to opt for extras such as a ski rack or child seats.

When you need affordable and reliable offers for car rentals in Iceland, just call us

Our diligent and very skilful staff is going to be very happy to hear from you when you are looking for a vehicle hire deal. No matter whether you are looking for an SUV or a small town car to pick up from Reykjavik Harbour, or maybe even a luxury model to be waiting for you at Reykjavik Grandar, we will help you find the most suitable rent a car in Iceland deal. We work with the best established companies in the field such as Avis, Herz and Europcar, among many other reputed firms that have offices and operate in the country at places such as Hofn, Reykjavik and Akureyri among others. What is more, we will run a price comparison between all offers available so that we are certain you will not have to pay more for the same type of service. If that is something you might be interested in, just get in touch.

When you rent a car in Iceland, keep your headlights on when you are driving. Also, many of the mountain roads in the country are made from gravel. They also tend to be extremely narrow. So, drive slowly and very carefully. Even if you see that the speed limit in the area is 80 km/h, it is best if you keep it under 50 km/h. Don’t take off-road trips since they are against the law.