As Covid-19 continues to spread across the globe, our priority continues to be your safety. As a result, we have new policies in place to ensure your rental vehicles are safe to drive and the service we provide protects you where possible from coronavirus. 

Book Now, Pay Later

Due to the high level of uncertainty in global tourism, many people have experienced cancelled travel-related services without being reimbursed. Due to high travel restrictions around the world and unstable transport systems, there is a great deal of uncertainty about the viability of companies in tourism. In the current climate we understand that customers are generally unwilling to take risks and pay in advance for services that later may not be provided.

In view of these circumstances and to avoid the financial risk to our customers, we have decided to offer you the option to book your rental car without needing to prepay and no cancellation fees. This means you can book your Iceland trip today and pay nothing until you pick up your rental vehicle.

Covid-19 Cleaning Policy

We are dedicated to thoroughly cleaning the rental vehicles between uses. We use soap, which is proven to kill Covid-19, reducing risk of virus particles lingering in the cars before you pick up your vehicle.

Clean and Safe 2022

The Clean & Safe project, launched by the Icelandic Tourist Board, encourages tourism operators, including hire car companies like SADcars, to welcome customers in the most responsible way. SADcars hopes to join the initiative in 2022 to continue receiving customers to Iceland, a desirable and safe destination. 

Travelling to Iceland

For vaccinated travellers, travelling to Iceland is an excellent destination. If you are fully vaccinated against Covid-19, you will not have to quarantine at the Iceland border. You will, however, need to present a negative rapid antigen test or PCR test that was taken no more than 72 hours before departure from your home country. 

Passengers who are not fully vaccinated against the virus will also need to provide a negative test certificate no more than 72 hours before entering Iceland, with fines of up to 100,000 ISK, around £570, upon failure to do so.

Our blog details what Coronavirus means for travel to Iceland with information on Iceland covid entry requirements, and further up-to-date information and vaccination statistics in Iceland can be found on the official Iceland Covid-19 website.