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At your next car rental at Auckland Airport choose Bargain Rental Cars and take advantages of everyday low rates
We offer 24/7 service to and from Auckland Airport Domestic and International Terminal

Car Rental in Auckland Airport with BRC - Book online today

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Welcome to BRC Auckland Airport

We provide 24/7 services to Auckland airport terminals when bookings are made in advance. We operate off airport and a free shuttle service is provided to and from the Auckland Domestic and International Airport Terminals when collecting or returning your rental car or minivan.   


Why should you hire a car from us?

Our staff will go the extra mile to provide our customers with an excellent experience from the time of booking to the return of the vehicle.


Here is what some customers have to say about us:

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You can read more testimonials by clicking here

Here are a few more reasons to choose BRC:

check We don’t charge credit card fees on payments
check We don’t charge for
additional driver - You can have as many as you want
check All hires come with 24hrs AA roadside assistance
check All hires come with free basic insurance for 25+ y/o drivers and you can reduce your excess if you wish to do so
check We have 11 branches nationwide. Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington & Christchurch
check We have a wide range of car types and sizes including 12 seater minibuses
check You can get instant free quotes using our online quoting/booking system
check Unlimited Kms for Cars, People Movers, Minivans and Minibuses 
check One way hires available to and from Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch 



Helpful Info:

What are the Auckland Airport opening hours? The airport is open 24 hrs a day

Does Auckland Airport have Domestic and International Terminals? Yes, the airport has two terminals and it can be accessed by foot or free shuttle bus  

Are there places to eat and shop at the airport terminal? Yes, you will find cafes and restaurants. Some are open 24 hrs 

Is there free WIFI available at the airport terminal? Yes, free WIFI is available for up to 2 hrs of use

Is there a hotel at the airport or near the airport? Yes, Novotel is adjacent to the international terminal

Is there a postal service at the airport? Yes, Relay provides full postal services.


Is there a Currency Exchange service at the airport? Yes


Are you looking for answers regarding car rental in New Zealand? Check the popular ones below:


Frequently Asked Questions:
 

What do I need to rent a car in New Zealand?

To rent a car in New Zealand is easy, most companies will simply require a valid full drivers licence held for at least one year and a credit card for security. If a drivers licence is in a foreign language it will need to be accompanied by a translation in English.

 

How old do I need to be to rent a car in New Zealand?

Generally speaking, rental car companies require drivers to be 21+ years old and require special insurance to be bought. However, BRC rent vehicles to 18+ years old.

 

Can I use my overseas drivers licence in New Zealand?

If you have a full drivers licence from another country, usually you will be able to use it as long as it is in English. If a drivers licence is in a different language from English, it will need to be accompanied by a translation. Translations can be easily obtained in New Zealand.

 

How much a rental car cost in New Zealand?

Pricing on rental cars varies according to the location and season. During peak season in New Zealand (from December to April), daily rates on small compact cars can vary from NZD30 to NZD70 and on large cars from NZD40 to NZD80. During the low season (from May to November), daily rates on small compact cars car vary from NZD14 to NZD40 and on large cars from NZD20 to NZD60.

 

When are rental cars the cheapest in New Zealand?

Usually, during the low season (from May to November), daily rates on small compact cars car vary from NZD14 to NZD40 and on large cars from NZD20 to NZD60.

 

How to get a cheap car rental in New Zealand?

A good start to get a cheap car rental is to book it in a few months in advance. Most companies will increase their pricing according to their fleet utilization. Another way is to look for special deals on relocations from one city to another where generally the vehicle is offered for free and in return, the hirer will drop the car to the company desired location.

 

Do I need rental car insurance in New Zealand?

Generally speaking, car rental companies in New Zealand offers standard insurance that will limit your liability to a certain amount, usually between NZD2000 to NZD5000 depending on the vehicle class.

 

Does my car insurance cover rental cars in New Zealand?

We'd recommend you check with your car insurance company. Some companies may offer a large array of covers and car rental might be included.

 

How much a car rental insurance cost in New Zealand?

Generally speaking, rental car insurance may vary between companies. Usually, insurance daily rates start from NZD10 for a $600 excess to NZD19 for a Zero excess.

 

What is Excess Insurance for rental cars?

Excess insurance is the amount you have to pay to the rental company in case of damages to the vehicle during the hire period. Excess Insurance Reduction, usually known as CDW (Collision Damage Waiver), LDW (Loss Damage Waiver) or CDR (Collision Damage Reduction), can be bought for an extra fee and reduces or nil your liability in case of damages to the vehicle.

 

Do I have to pay a bond/deposit on rental cars in New Zealand?

Generally speaking, a bond is required in the form of a credit card authorization (the value will vary between companies). Some companies will require an actual bond to be paid when a credit card cannot be provided for security.


Are there mileage limits on rental cars?

Generally speaking, rental car companies will offer their rental cars with unlimited mileage. Large vehicle classes such as minivans and minibuses might have some mileage restrictions. At BRC, cars, people movers and minivans are offered with unlimited kms.

 

*Please note: Prices listed in this page are for reference only and it can change without notice



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