Designed with you in mind, our fleet ranges from small cars ideal for city driving through to 4x4s to negotiate more rugged rural terrain. Families will enjoy the convenience and economy of our saloons and estates, while those looking for style can choose from a range of sports cars and convertibles. You can also personalise your car rental with our optional extras, available with all our car hire deals in Turkey. If you haven't visited the country before, Sat Nav can help you find your way around, while families can take advantage of our baby and child seats. You can also insure additional drivers so everyone can have a turn! Extras can easily be booked along with your car hire in Turkey.
Credit Card Bookings
We accept all major credit cards, including Visa, Eurocard/ Mastercard and American Express. However, we cannot accept Visa Electron or any other prepaid or debit cards. Some car categories require two credit cards from different banks to be shown. Please check when you reserve your rental car.
Driving License Requirements
For a car hire in Turkey, you will need to show a valid driving license. You will also need to show your passport to prove you have been in Turkey for less than six months, otherwise you will need a Turkish driving license. If your home country doesn't use the Roman Alphabet, you will also need a valid International driver's license. Drivers from countries that are not part of the international road traffic convention will also have to supply us with an official translation along with an original license. Please note that some of our car hire deals in Turkey are not available to new customers, only those who have rented from Sixt before.
To rent a car in Turkey, the minimum age is 21, and you must have held your license for at least two years. However, please check the details before you book, as some car categories require you to be aged at least 25, 27 or 30, and to have held your license for longer.
If you are involved in an accident while driving in Turkey, you should notify the police as soon as possible by calling 155. You can call an ambulance on 112, and the fire service on 110.