FAQ - the most frequently asked questions about campervan hire in New Zealand
Is an International Driving Licence required when renting a campervan in New Zealand?
Yes, apart from your national driver’s licence, an International Driving Licence might be needed.
Is a credit card required to rent a campervan in New Zealand?
Yes, the deposit is always paid with a credit card belonging to the main driver.
Is there a possibility to bring a pet in the campervan?
There are some rental companies that allow pets in their campervans. Please, check the rental conditions for more information.
Are there any roads that are off-limits for campervans in New Zealand?
Yes, some roads are not suitable for campervans. These roads are listed in the rental conditions.
Is camping wild allowed in New Zealand?
It is only possible to camp wild in designated places. This option is available to self-contained campervans.
What is the minimum age to rent a campervan in New Zealand?
Usually, campervan hire companies in New Zealand require drivers to be 21. There are also some companies that allow drivers to be 18.
Can I rent a campervan in New Zealand with a baby?
Yes, most companies have nothing against babies in their vehicles. Remember that there are some companies offering vehicles in which you cannot install child or booster seats. Please, check the rental conditions.