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Frequently asked questions
What happens if I need to cancel my Taiwan car reservation?
When you cancel at least six hours prior to collecting the car, many bookings offer a refund. However, not every one is eligible for this, so it’s important to read your cancellation policy. Look over your confirmation for the details or click through to our Customer Service Portal to find out more.
What types of cars can I rent in Taiwan?
Small in size but big on perks, economy vehicles are the top choice in Taiwan. They’re a cinch to park and handle, which is ideal if you’ll be doing lots of city driving. And with terrific gas mileage, this popular rental type will have you touring around on the cheap. Prefer a larger car? Check out our range of standard, full-size or premium vehicles.
How do I find the best car rental deals in Taiwan with Expedia?
Expedia makes it a breeze to compare costs, offers and providers, and to check customer recommendations. Bundle your Taiwan car rental with hotel or flight bookings and you can make even bigger savings.
What do you need to rent a car in Taiwan?
Most rental companies will ask for these two things — a valid driver’s license and credit card. If you’d like to opt out of the provider’s insurance plan, proof of your own coverage may also be needed. Read your policy thoroughly so you know what to bring when it’s time to pick up your ride.
Can I rent a car for a month or longer in Taiwan?
Expedia makes it a breeze to pick up a quality long-term car rental in Taiwan. Simply click through to our long-term car rental deals page, enter your trip details and browse the possibilities.
Where can I find a Taiwan car rental if I am younger than 25?
Some Taiwan companies will rent to drivers under 25 years old, and others won’t. Policies differ between suppliers, so you’ll have to do some research. Also, find out if there are any additional costs. Some outlets will apply a surcharge to young customers between 21 and 24. Make sure you read through the terms and conditions so you know what to expect.