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Kahului Airport OGG Car Pick-up
All of Maui's Car Rental Outlets are located within a few minutes of Maui Kahului Airport OGG. Rental car shuttles from Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Hertz and others provide easy, convenient transportation. It will be only a few minutes before you’re sitting in your rented car - an open 4-Door Jeep or Convertible, a Mini Van, an SUV or a simple Economy car, which can be a smart choice for higher fuel efficiency. Be aware that fuel on Maui can costs up to $1.00/gallon more than where you’re coming from! Feel free to call us for best Maui Car Rental Discounts; our local staff does its very best to providing you with low rates and additional discounts for Rental Cars on Maui.
Arriving at your final destination – resort, hotel, cottage, condo or villa – for your vacation or honeymoon on a small island like Maui is quick and easy. Most visitors drive south from the airport in the direction of Kihei and Wailea via Mokulele and Piilani highways (Rte. 31) or west along Honoapilani highways (Rte. 30) for Lahaina, Ka’anapali, Kahana or Kapalua. Some will also drive east from the airport along Hana Highway to a northshore vacation rental for close proximity to water sports.
Maui Airport Lei Greeting
If you’ve arranged for a Maui Airport lei greeting you’ll be welcomed to the island with Aloha as you leave the escalator downstairs near the baggage area. You’ll be then, greeted by a young Wahine (woman) performing a hula dance accompanied by a young Kane (man) playing a Hawaiian song on the Ukulele.
Maui Weather & Climate
Disembarking from your flight at Maui’s Kahului Airport (OGG) is always an overwhelming wonderful feeling, both for Hawaii visitors and for residents who have lived on this idyllic isle for years. When you step from the plane the warm, sweet tropical air that is kept cool and fresh by the trade winds, typical at Hawaii’s latitude, envelops you blowing from the northeast across thousands of miles of the Pacific Ocean. As you begin your vacation on the Valley Isle, you can keep up to date with Maui current weather conditions and Maui weather forecasts.
Maui Rental Car - Best Things to Do:
The island of Maui offers heavenly beaches and amazing natural wonders so there are plenty of reasons why Maui has been voted one of the “Best Islands” in the world year after year and its beaches are ranked among the best in the world, too. Maui is also known as the home of the best windsurfing, kite surfing, big wave surfing and tow-in surfing in the world.
- The Road to Hana. Take off early to drive the Road to Hana! It's the #1 thing to do when vacationing on Maui! You can enjoy waterfalls, pools, secret beaches, bamboo forests and yummy little meals on the road in Hana or Kipahulu. You may drive completey around the island’s south side through Kaupo. It takes a bit longer, but it’s well worth it, especially since you end up in upcountry Kula. Don't miss out on a bath at Seven Sacred Pools or a hike, starting from the same parking lot, through the bamboo forest to an amazing waterfall. Park Entry fee is $10 and applies to Mt. Haleakala as well. If you don't like to drive by yourself, you can always enjoy a narrated van tour; we call it “Maui Heavenly Road to Hana Tour”.
- Sunrise at the House of the Sun. Take off VERY early (2:00-4:00am) well before sunrise at and drive to 10,000-foot Haleakala Summit to enjoy the sunrise. It's a “Must Do” Thing! But be aware, it’s very cold up there, really, it feels like zero degree at your home town with high humidity and strong winds, so be well prepared! National Park Entry is $10 per vehicle. A narrated van tour is available for “Haleakala Sunrise Van Tour”.
- Maui's World-Class Beaches. Maui has many wonderful, world-famous beaches, including Makena Beach, Polo Beach, Kamaole Beach I, II, & III in South Maui; Kaanapali Black Rock Beach, D.T. Flemming Beach Park, Kahana Beach Park, Kapalua Beach, in West Maui; Baby Beach, Baldwin Beach, Hookipa Beach Park in Central Maui; and Hana Beach Park , Wainapanapa State Park in East Maui. For more information simply download our free Maui Travel Guide
Maui Car Rental Insurance
Select your insurance options when you pick up the car at the Car Rental Agency counter. All insurances quotes below are before taxes.
Collision/Loss Damage Waiver ($26.99/day: Alamo, Budget, Avis) Loss Damage Waiver (LDW) is not insurance – it's an option that relieves you of financial responsibility if your rental vehicle is damaged or stolen during your rental. Even if you think you are already covered under your personal policy, purchasing LDW has a multitude of benefits. It eliminates the hassle of dealing with your own insurance company claim process, stops any out-of-pocket expenses you may incur from the deductible on your personal policy and avoids the risk of your premium increasing. Next time you rent a car, be sure you're prepared for life's unexpected turns. This optional coverage offers you big peace of mind for a small investment.
Extended Protection ($14.24/day - Alamo) Extended Protection (EP) is an optional insurance protection offered at company owned locations. If EP is selected and paid for, Alamo provides you (renter) and authorized drivers with third party liability protection in an amount equal to the minimum financial responsibility limits applicable to the vehicle (the Primary Protection). EP also provides third party liability protection, through an excess liability policy, with limits of the difference between the Primary Protection and a combined single limit of $1 million per accident for bodily injury, death and/or property damage to others arising out of the use or operation of the Alamo rental vehicle by you (renter) or an authorized driver, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy. EP also provides Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist (collectively UM/UIM) for bodily injury and property damage, for the difference between the statutory minimum underlying limits and $100,000 (or state mandated UM/UIM limits, whichever is greater) to you (renter) and any family member related by blood, marriage or adoption, who while occupying the Alamo rental car sustained bodily injury or death caused by a negligent uninsured/underinsured motorist EP does not include any additional UM/UIM coverage above $100,000 (unless mandated by law). Note: Any UM/UIM benefits paid are included in the $1 million combined single limit EP coverage and in no way increases the combined single limit referenced above.
Supplemental Liability Insurance (13.95/day: Avis & Budget) Supplemental Liability Insurance (SLI) is excess automobile liability coverage that protects all authorized drivers of the rental vehicle against third-party bodily injury and property-damage claims up to a combined single limit of USD $1,000,000. At some locations in states that do not require the car rental company to provide statutory minimum liability coverage, Supplemental Liability Insurance (SLI) will provide automobile liability coverage in excess of the State statutory minimums or your existing liability insurance coverage (whichever is greater), and it protects all authorized drivers of the rental vehicle against third-party bodily injury and property-damage claims up to USD $1,000,000 for your rental in the U.S.(excluding your injuries and your passengers' injuries) arising from your rental. Extra coverage means greater peace of mind. Next time you rent a car, be sure you're prepared for life's unexpected turns. This optional coverage offers you big peace of mind for a small investment.
Personal Accident and Effects ($6.50/day: Alamo - $6.95/day: Avis & Budget) In case of an accident during your rental, Personal Accident and Effects (PAE) insurance provides certain medical, death and dismemberment benefits to the driver and passengers in your rental car. PAE also provides certain benefits for loss or damage to many of personal effects your whether you're in or out of your rental vehicle. It pays to be protected. Next time you rent a car, be sure you're prepared for life's unexpected turns. This optional coverage offers you big peace of mind for a small investment.
Roadside Plus ($4.99/day: Alamo)
• KEY REPLACEMENT - Lost keys? No worries, we will send replacement keys or a locksmith.
• FLAT TIRE - If the vehicle's spare tire is inflated and serviceable, it will be installed to replace a flat tire. If no inflated spare is available, the vehicle will be towed in accordance with the towing provision.
• TOWING - If the vehicle is rendered inoperable (unrelated to an accident) towing charges will be covered at no additional charge.?• JUMP START - A battery boost will be provided in an attempt to start the vehicle.
• LOCKOUT SERVICE - If the keys are locked inside the vehicle, service will be sent to gain entrance.
• FUEL DELIVERY* - A limited supply of gasoline will be delivered to the vehicle to enable you to reach the nearest open service station.
Tips for Maui Car Rentals
On Maui all the resorts are miles from the airport. You will spend $60 to $100 to get your destination resort without a car. Lahaina is 40 minutes from the Kahului Airport and taxi fare is approximately $80 plus tip. Plus, without a car rental, you're stuck on one side of the island, in one town. Kapalua, located about 10 miles past Lahaina, is over $100 by taxi!
If you're staying in Wailea on Maui’s south side, your fare will be approximately $60 plus tip. Remember, these taxi fares are one way only! Maui also has plenty of options in which you will need a car to explore, such as the Road to Hana, a drive along the north western portion of the West Maui Mountains, and don’t forget sunrise at Haleakala!
Maui car rentals start as low as $35 per day. Weekly rates are an even better deal. With rates as low as $135 a week you get into a car for as little as $20 a day. One downside is that you may pay $20 to $40 per day for parking at some major hotels and resorts. Check with the hotel you will be staying at, to learn more about any extra fees.
Maui Car Rental Checklist
Familiarize yourself with the workings of the rental car before you leave the lot. This can save you a lot of grief later.
- Check for scratches, dings and dents. If the car rental agent is circling your car with a pad takingaking notes, join him/her and do the same. Take pictures with your camera or smartphone to documenti anything serious.
- Start the car and let it warm up to assure the car is running smoothly, with no strange noises.
- Adjust the mirrors - the rear view as well as the side mirrors. If you're traveling with someone, they can help.
- Find the turn signals. This is usually pretty obvious since it is standardized by law.
- Find the windshield wipers switch(es). On a tropical island, you're likely to need them at some point.
- Locate the headlights switch. Find the on-off switch and figure out the high beams. Later, when you turn the headlights on at dusk, you'll know how to turn the high beams down if necessary.
- Locate the Emergency Flashers switch. You'll be glad you did if you have an emergency.
- Find and turn on Heater/Air-conditioning to assure that they are woking properly. Even though it's Hawaii, you may need that heater at the top Mt. Haleakala and Mauna Kea.
- Figure out the radio. This can be an important step because more accidents are caused by drivers futzing with radio dials than using cell phones.
- Find the fuel tank latch. It's also important to determine which side to refill the tank from.
- Find the window controls. You'll probably need to roll one down to exit the rental lot.
- Consult a map. Most car rental agencies give you a map showing the location of the rental lot.
- Plan your route use this map, your smartphone mapping app, or a GPS device if you have added this option.
- Check the emergency brake. Release it if it is on.
- Put the car in gear and drive toward the exit.