The Saloon Car is basically a 2 Wheel vehicle that is predominantly used for town to town service. Book yourself a saloon car on a long term basis and we offer you an unbelievable discount that is hard to beat. We do have a Toyota Corona Premio which has proven more reliable especially in the town setting and if you do not have a bigger family.
The fuel consumption is the best while running errands in the town and if you are in Uganda for work and do not need to travel longer distances. In our plan, we shall offer you a 4 x 4 vehicle in case you have booked long term for the saloon car and need to travel outside the city to visit the national parks. We do have the land cruiser prado for you particularly for this purpose and we can only ask you to top up a small fee to acquire the vehicle.
The long term rental discount on the saloon car applies for bookings that run for not less than 20 days. We are only a call away for your very affordable saloon car booking. Note the following before considering to drive a saloon car in Uganda;
The first thing to know about driving a salon car in Uganda is that you’ll need a valid driver’s license. If you’re an international visitor, you can use your home country’s driver’s license for up to three months, but after that, you’ll need to get a Ugandan license. To get a Ugandan license, you’ll need to take a written and practical driving test, which can be done at any driving school in Uganda.
Once you have a license, you’ll need to get familiar with the rules of the road. In Uganda, we drive on the left-hand side of the road, which can take some getting used to if you’re not used to it. Speed limits are generally 50km/h in towns and cities and 80km/h on highways. However, it’s important to note that these limits are often ignored, and it’s not uncommon to see drivers speeding or driving recklessly.
Another thing to be aware of when driving a salon car in Uganda is the road conditions. While some major roads in Uganda are paved and in good condition, many roads are unpaved and full of potholes, especially in rural areas. This can make driving challenging and require a bit of skill and patience. It’s also important to be aware of other hazards on the road, such as pedestrians, bicycles, and animals.
When it comes to fueling up your salon car, petrol stations are readily available in most towns and cities. However, it’s always a good idea to fill up when you see a petrol station as they can be few and far between in rural areas. It’s also important to note that petrol is sold by the liter in Uganda, and the price can vary depending on the station and location.
One final thing to consider when driving a salon car in Uganda is safety. Unfortunately, car theft and robbery are not uncommon in Uganda, so it’s important to take precautions such as keeping doors locked and windows rolled up. It’s also a good idea to avoid driving at night, especially in rural areas where roads can be poorly lit and more dangerous.