Rotorua - Airport, New Zealand
Terminal Building, Rotorua, 3074, XX
|Sun||09:00 - 17:30|
|Mon||09:00 - 17:30|
|Tue||09:00 - 17:30|
|Wed||09:00 - 17:30|
|Thu||09:00 - 17:30|
|Fri||09:00 - 17:30|
|Sat||09:00 - 16:30|
Refundable Security Deposit: 453 AUD
The Refundable Security Deposit is only a temporary hold on the accepted card. Return the car without missing fuel, fines or charges, and the deposit will be returned to your account. Once you return the car without toll charges, fines or missing fuel the deposit will be returned to your account.
25 to 99 Years
Young Drivers Age: 21 to 24 Years Charge 25 NZD per Day (Excludes Tax)
Customers who fall outside the age limitations will not be able to rent a car unless there is a young or senior driver fee specified in this section. Please note that, if applicable, this fee will be included in the rental price and will be payable on arrival at the rental desk in the local currency.
All cross border travel is not allowed.
For inter-island one-way rentals, cars may not be taken on the ferry. Multi-Island Hire can be arranged directly with Budget. A minimum of 72 hours notice is required of the customers intention to cross between the islands (email@example.com). If notice is not given, Budget cannot guarantee a vehicle will be available on the other side.
You will be required to drop your vehicle back to the supplier prior to boarding the ferry and the supplier will provide a vehicle on the other island.
A minimum rental of 3 consecutive days is required on each island, with a minimum total of 6 days across both islands. If this requirement is not met the rental will be charged as two separate hires.
If they collect a car in one island and leave the vehicle in the other island location without Budget authorization, you will face an automatic relocation fee of NZ$450.00 plus GST.
Further information and criteria may be found here: www.budget.co.nz/en/driving-new-zealand/interisland-travel
Useful New Zealand Information
New Zealand is a great destination to explore by car, offering scenic road trips across both the north and south islands. But before you put the key in the ignition and hit the road, it’s important to put safety first and take the time to understand the local road rules and driving conditions.
to learn all about what’s different about driving in New Zealand.