Is having a Baby on Self-Drive in Uganda Allowed? Does my Car come with a Baby Seat?
Renting a Car for Self-drive in Uganda with your baby is possible as the company provides a baby seat to enable you to transfer to any safari destination of your choice in Uganda.
Travelers can also transfer with their own baby seats so as to save money on renting a 4×4 with a baby seat. If you cannot, the company can purchase this baby seat at your expense. However, you are required to inform us prior to the date of arrival so that the company prepares a baby seat or informs you about the guidelines/ steps on which to follow if you want to have a bay seat and enjoy your safari in Uganda.
So when you are looking to rent a car with us, find out the cost of renting a car as well as the baby seat. After your rental you shall be required to pay an extra fee in case the baby seat is brought all dirty with food and soda drops.
When taking a baby seat make sure it fits well with the size of your baby for safety while driving to any destination of your choice in Uganda.
Top 3 Reasons to Carry a Baby seat on Car Rental in Uganda or Self-Drive in Uganda.
- They are compatible with the cars
Baby seats are compatible with most cars we offer for car rental in Uganda. These seats carry your baby comfortably throughout the safari to any safari destination in Uganda.
- They offer Safety
Baby seats enhance the safety of the babies as they seat comfortably in any safari place in Uganda. Note the confidence in your baby seats before transferring with your baby. Our company offers well-maintained baby seats although we advise travelers to carry their own baby seats to carry their babies comfortably as they transfer from one destination to another.
- They reduce Damage
When going for your self-drive in Uganda and Car Rental in Uganda, make sure the baby seat is in good condition so as to reduce damage that could happen to the car or the baby while on safari.
Other Self-drive tips in Uganda
Uganda is beautiful to explore on self-drive as you transfer from one safari destination to another. Below are the self-drive tips to follow so as to enjoy car rental safaris in Uganda.
- Book your vehicle in advance
As you are planning to go on a self-drive safari in Uganda, we advise you to book your car in advance before the date of arrival to go on your self-drive safari around Uganda.
- Thoroughly check your vehicle before driving
Before starting your self-drive Uganda Safari/ journey, we advise you to thoroughly check your vehicle before setting off. Check the water levels, radiator, oil, fuel, and pressure so as to be ready for your adventure.
- Rent a car with camping gears
When going for a self-drive Uganda safari, we advise you to book and rent a car with camping gear to make your stay in the wilderness very incredible and unique. The camping gear makes it possible for you to sleep in the wilderness as well as cook and do other activities at your ease and comfort.
- Respect and follow the Traffic rules
As you are going on your self-drive Uganda safari, we advise you to follow the traffic rules as well as the road signs located along the highways. While driving in the City Centres, look out for motorbikes, locally known as Boda bodas, taxi drivers that crowd the various places in the City.
- Make sure to fuel your car
When setting off for self-drive in Uganda, make sure to fuel your car so as to avoid breaks along your road trip. Fuel stations are located along the main roads in Kampala as well as the outskirts
We fuel cars with only Total and Shell fuel stations and fuel as other types of fuel could damage the car engines.
When going to remote regions on your self-drive Uganda safari, we advise you to fill your tank so as to avoid inconveniences.
- Carry a Spare kit
When transferring on self-drive in Uganda, we advise you to carry a spare kit that contains spare tires, jerk, and spanners. This is useful since the roads are unpredictable and anything can happen.
- Make sure to wear your seat belt
While on self-drive in Uganda, we advise you to always wear your seat belt so that it protects in case of any road accidents that could happen due to uncertainties. These will also hold you tight when there are unexpected breakings and reckless driving among others.