Car Hire Cape Town. We at CABS Car Hire bring you exclusive prices on car hire at various locations across Cape Town, so you know you’re getting a great car at the cheapest price. You will find a wide range of cars on our site, including people carriers and chauffeur cars. Our aim is to make car rental in Cape Town simple.
- Although it’s likely your trip to Cape Town will be trouble-free, it’s recommended that you keep car doors locked while driving.
- If you’re unfamiliar with the area, why not request a GPS when you book your hire car? You will pay for the GPS at the pick-up counter in Cape Town.
- The summer season in Cape Town is November – February, so make sure your hire car has air conditioning if you’re visiting during these months.
A commitment to excellence is just part of what makes CABS one of South Africa’s most trusted rental companies. But our dedication does not stop there – we also believe in creating opportunities for growth, for our employees and the communities we operate within.
CABS Car Hire was established in 1990 as a Close Corporation, becoming a Private Company in 2007 after converting to CABS Car Hire (Pty) Limited, (CABS) – a subsidiary of AAD (Pty)Ltd. (Reg No. 1995/002686/07 Vat No. 4030150082) CABS is the largest independent car hire company in South Africa, with a head office in Cape Town and branches in Port Elizabeth, Durban and Johannesburg.
We supply both National and Local Government on a Tender Basis and currently supply the “Government Garage” in the Western Cape, the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Department of Justice, amongst others.
We have had a long and valued supplier relationship with the Cape Town City Council and Statistics South Africa. When required, we provide vehicles to the Embassy of United States of America, serving US Consultants countrywide, and have been privileged to have been selected for transporting Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush during their visits to South Africa.
Also included amongst the world leaders that we have had the privilege of transporting is the Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin; current US President Barack Obama and United Nations dignitary Kofi Annan.