If you’re not a fan of taxi cabs, bicycles, trains or buses, you can always rent a car during your stay in Tel Aviv.
According to the Israel Ministry of Tourism, you must have the following qualifications to rent a car:
Be at least 24 years old
Own a valid international driver’s license; and
Own an international credit card.
As it is in the United States, Israeli drivers ride on the right side of the road. You can read the road signs in English, Arabic and Hebrew. Admittedly, it is harder to navigate the streets of larger cities, but you should be fine with GPS.
Most car rental companies do not offer car insurance, particular for the West Bank area (which is under the Palestinian Authority’s control).
Some local car rental companies include:
You can find decent car rentals on travel websites such as Kayak and Expedia. This may be an easier option, since these sites will also help you find car rental companies with the cheapest rates (according to your budget).