Once our customer takes the exit following the passport control and possession of his luggages, then he will immediately see our representative of our car hire company Privilege rent a car.
In the unfortunate case that the client cannot see his name on the board he can call at one of the telephone numbers of our car hire company in order to get in contact with us as soon as possible in order for us to be able to help him as appropriate.
Our representative will provide all necessary information to the client regarding the rental car as well as the terms and conditions of the car rental.
The client may ask our representative any questions whatsoever in relation to the rental car.
The last page of the car rental agreement (back side) includes information regarding the drop off of the rental car at Larnaca airport on the last day of the rental.
For clients who rent a car from our car hire company there is a 24hour service number or a car hire office number for any help with destinations or other information they may need. We ask customers to check the car hire agreement in advance.
Below follows a list of the major destinations from Larnaca and Paphos airports that may be of use by our clients who have rented a car from our car hire company:
|LARNACA AIRPPORT||AYIA NAPA||38||55KM||Α3|
|LARNACA AIRPPORT||LIMASSOL||47||67KM||A5 TO A1|
|LARNACA AIRPPORT||PAPHOS||14+31||132KM||A5 TO A1 TO A6|
|LARNACA AIRPPORT||NICOSIA||45||61KM||A2 TO A1|
|PAPHOS AIRPORT||NICOSIA||14+50||151KM||A6 TO A1|
*The above figures depend on the car speed. They serve only as an indication/illustration.
Keep Safe on Cyprus Roads
- In Cyprus, we drive on the LEFT side of the road. NOT the right.
- For their own safety and the safety of others, drivers must adhere strictly to the national speed limits. The maximum speed permissible on the island’s major highways is 100 km/h – the minimum is 65km/h. Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit on ordinary inter-urban and rural roads is 80km/h. In built up areas, the maximum limit is 50km/h,although local limits are often set lower. These are signposted accordingly.
- It is prohibited to drive if the levels of alcohol in the blood or breath are above the admissible limit. The admissible limit in breath is up to 22 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of exhaled air.
- The use of hand—held mobile phones while driving is prohibited. Drivers wishing to use their mobile phone while driving must use a hands-free device.
- Seatbelts are obligatory both in the front and back seats of motor vehicles. Children under 12 years of age and less than 1.5m in height must wear a suitable safety beltor be restrained with a suitable restraint system.
- Be sure that you are covered by insurance for injury or damages.
- Pedestrians must remember that traffic moves on the LEFT side of the road. Therefore you must always:
– Walk on the pavement. In case there is no pavement, walk on the right side of the road (ie. towards the oncoming traffic).
– Look both to your right and left before crossing any road.
All speed limits in Cyprus are posted in Kilometers per hour (Kph)
|Type of Road||Sign||Speed||Sign||Approx.mph|
|Highway:(Motorway)||Maximum speed limit||62|
|Minimum speed limit||40|
|Built up Areas:||Maximum speed limit||31|
|Country Roads:||Maximum speed limit||40|
Maximum speed limit
Roadworks, bends etc.
|National Speed Limit:||Maximum speed limit||50|
|National Speed Limit applies:||50|