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Tips for Oahu Car RentalsMost people plan on staying on Oahu for only a few days thinking that Waikiki is all it has to offer. If you plan on staying in Waikiki during your whole vacation, then you may not need a rental car. Taxi fare from Honolulu Airport to Waikiki is approximately $35 plus tip. And you don’t have to worry about parking.
But you won't get to see the most beautiful parts of the island -- the north shore of Oahu, with its majestic surf-break beaches and the eastern and western sides. You’ve got to get out and see the beaches in Kailua and Makaha. The best way to experience these parts of Oahu is to rent a car for enough time to see the sights available.
Taxi fares are too expensive and it's pretty difficult to get around by bus, which would take a large portion of your day. It's best, and cheapest to rent a car online from Hawaii Car Rental well in advance of your planned vacation.
Oahu 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.