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Rent a Car in KLIA2

Rent a Car services are available at the Transportation Hub located at the Level 1 of the gateway@klia2 mall next to the klia2 Main Terminal Building.

If you need a car rental services, here is a list of local and international car rental companies available in klia2:

  Car Rental Company

  Telephone

  Avis   (603) 8787 8353
  Europcar   (6012) 329 3070
  HAWK   (603) 8787 2422
  Hertz   (603) 8787 8315
  Kasina   (603) 8787 1689
  Klezcar   (6019) 763 8777
  Mayflower   (603) 8787 8401
  PRAC   (603) 8787 4393
  Xplore Drive   (603) 8787 1484


Driving Guide in Malaysia

Like any other country, there are certain rules and regulations to follow when driving on Malaysian roads. Here are the general driving regulations, as well as some helpful tips that you need to know before you hit the road:

According to Section 28 of the Malaysian Road Transport Act 1987, “a driving license issued under the corresponding provisions of any law in force in any State which is a party to a treaty to which Malaysia is also a party and purporting to recognize domestic driving licenses issued by the contracting countries shall, so long as the license remains in force in that State, be deemed to be a driving license granted under this Part.”

“The holder of a foreign country’s driving license can drive in this country as long as the foreign domestic driving license is still valid, and is accompanied by a translation in English or Malay (where the license is in a language other than English or Malay), which is confirmed by the embassy of the country of origin in Malaysia, or by the authority issuing the driving license concerned.”

“In this regard, a foreign citizen is not required to hold a Malaysian driver’s license to drive in Malaysia.”

“In addition, foreign nationals who want to drive in this country also have the option to use an International Driving Permit (International Driving Permit-IDP) issued by the country concerned before entering Malaysia.”

Most of the road signs should be similar with other road signs from other countries so despite the infrequent use of Malay words, it shouldn’t be very difficult to understand what the signs mean to foreigners.

Driving under the influence of alcohol is prohibited, and 0.8 grams per litre or over is considered to be under the influence of alcohol and this can result to a fine not exceeding RM2,000 or to an imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months and in the case of second or multiple conviction, a fine not exceeding RM4,000 and/or imprisonment for not more than a year. There is also a possibility that you may lose your licence for at least 12 months. Needless to say, this is all best avoided by not drinking and driving. A cab fare home is a cheap alternative to the dangers of being on the road under the influence and risking fines and imprisonment, along with your life and the lives of those on the road with you.

 

 
 


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