Kampala, the Uganda’s capital and one of the most popular cities in East Africa, needs little introduction. Nestled in the central parts of Uganda, the city is filled with endless fun and interesting things to see and do.
Impressively varied architecture, lakes including Africa’s largest (Lake Victoria), iconic shopping streets and hipster neighborhoods are just a few of the things that attract visitors throughout the year.
With 4X4 Car Hire Uganda, you can explore Kampala on your own terms, discovering the full extent of its magic. Kampala conducts plethora of city tours and there are various places to visit such as Kasubi tombs, Namugongo Martyrs shrines, Bahai temple and others.
Looking for a small or medium economy car rental or something a little larger to fit all the family? At 4X4 Car Hire Uganda, there is a great range of new and comfortable rental cars to choose from. Browse the company’s fleet range now and rent a car online today at a reasonable price.
4X4 Car Hire Uganda’s experience in Kampala
4X4 Car Hire Uganda has been operating in Kampala and Uganda for quite a while and has a great experience in each and everything it does.
Whether you are arriving in Kampala by plane or train from continental Africa, there are convenient pick-up points to suit you. Kampala is very spread out, so even if you are not planning on leaving the city, having a rental car can be useful for getting around.
The company can help you choose a car from the its fleets to suit your journey, whether you need an economy car for one or two people such as the Rav4 and Land Cruiser, or a larger family model like safari vans and coaster buses.
If you need something bigger for transporting a large load, the safari vans, super customs, extended land cruisers and coaster buses are available across Kampala.
The 4X4 Car Hire Uganda offers short- and long-term car rental, and its services in Kampala and all over Uganda are just extraordinary.
Driving in Kampala
Generally, in Uganda, cars drive on the left-hand side of the road and signposts and speed limits operate in kilometres per hour. The speed limit on highways is 100 km/hr, outside built-up areas – 80 km/hr and 50 km/hr in urban built up areas.
Well as around schools and more residential areas, still you are highly emphasized to reduce your speed steadily.
Parking in Kampala can be tricky. Off-street parking is available at some underground and train stations. Kampala is always very busy but peak times include weekdays from 7:30am to 10:00am and then 5:00pm to 9:00pm.
Driving while under the influence of alcohol, and driving while using a phone (either calling or texting) is illegal and penalties are severe.