FAQ

What is included in the price?

  • 24% VAT
  • Unlimited milage
  • PAI (Personal Accident Insurance)
  • Third party liability insurance
  • CDW (Collision damage waiver)

Where are you located?

Our offices are located at Iðavellir 11, Keflavík only one left turn from highway 41. 3 minutes drive from Keflavik Airport

What kind of insurances do you offer?

Collision damage waiver, personal accident insurance and third party liability is included in all our rentals but we offer extra insurances for your safety and peace of mind.

We offer the following:

  • Super collision damage waiver
  • Sand and ash protection
  • Tire protection

What documents do i need to show when i pick up the car?

You will need a valid drivers license and a valid credit card. If you have rented the car through a travel agency you will need to show the voucher.

Can i drive on F roads?

If you only have a 2wd car you are not allowed to drive on roads marked with F.
F roads are only for 4wd cars

Do i have to return the car full of gas

We reccomend you returning the car with a full tank of gas. Unless you have prepaid a tank of gas which you can do upon pickup you are free to return it empty.

Travel to Iceland

Experiencing the nature of Iceland can not be experienced any where else on this planet. Being a island in the northern atlantic risen from a undersea volcano thousands of years ago the landscape has flourished beautifully and we like to keep it that way. So please keep in mind a couple of pointers before you begin your trip.

Weather:
Weather in Iceland can change in a matter of few minutes, like us Icelanders always say. Don’t like the weather? Just wait 5 minutes.

We recommend for all our customers to be very informed about the changes of the weather.

Highland Roads:
Highland roads are roads over the mountains and road high above sea level. Most of them are unbridged and are only accessable via 4x4. On road maps and road signs the highland roads are indicated with a F in front of the road number.

We love people that are spontaneous and adventurous, but its always good to show caution when travelling in Iceland. Here are some useful links to keep you well informed and for your own safety.

visiticeland.com
road.is
icetra.is
en.vedur.is
safetravel.is