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JAF – CARD Membership card rentals available

JAF Card Rental Membership card rentals available

JAF Card Rental Membership card rentals available

3 more benefits just for additional 550yen(tax include)

1. English, Chinese and Korean language interpretation services

2. Providing Free Roadside Assistance

3. Assistance available anywhere, anytime.

Vehicle malfunction or trouble

  • Emergency repair
  • Towing
  • Lockout service
  • Dead battery
  • Tire trouble
  • Out of fuel

The following charges will be at the customer’s expense (except when caused by the vehicle). in such cases, payment is to be made at the TOYOTA rent a car store when returning the vehicle.

  • Towing services for distances of 15kms or longer (at 730 yen(incl. tax) per km)

  • Handling a vehicle in a traffic accident, that is overturned. has a wheel off the side of the road, or other situations 

  • Vehicle parts and other costs (not that availability of genuine parts for replacement is not guaranteed) 

  • Gasoline costs for running out of fuel ( *Gasoline costs are to be paid directly to JAF )

Accidents or Injury

You must call the police even in case of a minor accident
*if you failed to do so, your accident would not be officially filed and the insurance would not be able to cover it.

Call for an ambulance if anyone is injured
*Be sure to note the time, date, location and status of the accident.
*Do not try to deal with it if anyone else gets involved.

Please feel free to ask our store’s salesperson.
*if the JAF member card has been lost or broke, the card rent would be responsible to bear the charge for around 2,000yen (tax included)

JAF individual members or family members
JAF Individuals or family members are able to use JAF roadside assistance with their own membership card. even with a rental car (for models with applicable roadside assistance).


JAF Card Rental Membership card rentals available 1.Emergency repair 2.Towing 3.Lockout service 4.Dead battery 5.Tire trouble 6.Out of fuel

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Traffic Rules in Japan

Basic Rules for Drivers

  • Drivers and cyclists must keep to the left, while pedestrians should keep to the right side of the road.
  • Drivers must yield to pedestrians.
  • You must not drive under the influence of alcohol.
  • You must not exceed the allowed number of passengers or load.
  • While driving a vehicle, you must not use a cell phone or be distracted by the car navigation system.
  • When you drive a vehicle, you must wear a seatbelt. All passengers in the vehicle must also wear seatbelts.
  • When you drive with an infant younger than six years old, you must place the infant securely in a child seat.
  • Maximum speed limits for vehicles are shown on traffic signs and road markings. You must drive safely within the specified speed limits. When there are no signs or markings indicating the speed limit, drivers of regular-sized automobiles must obey the speed limits of 60 km/h on ordinary roads, and 100 km/h on expressways.

Emergency Measures


  • If your vehicle breaks down on the road, move it out of the way of other vehicles. If you have to park your broken-down vehicle on the road at night, you must turn on your emergency flashing hazard lights to warn other drivers that your vehicle is parked.
  • Leaving your broken-down vehicle on the road may cause a serious accident. Please call the JAF for the prompt removal of the vehicle from the road. The possibility of a vehicle colliding from behind makes staying with your broken-down vehicle very dangerous. After taking the necessary risk prevention methods, evacuate to a safe location such as outside the guardrail. Do not remain in the car.
  • If you are a member of the JAF, you can use most of our road assistance services free of charge. The towing service for a broken-down vehicle is also free up to the first 15 km. JAF provides road assistance services throughout Japan 24 hours-a-day, 365 days-a-year. We recommend that you join the JAF for your security in an emergency. For details, please contact a JAF Regional Office.
  • If you are a member of certain overseas automobile clubs, you may also be able to receive similar road services in Japan. For details, please contact a JAF Regional Office.

Medical Assistance (for injuries and sickness): 119 / Police (for accidents and other incidents): 110

  • If you are involved in a traffic accident, first move your vehicle to a safe place out of the way of other traffic, and turn off the engine, to prevent the occurrence of secondary accidents.
  • If anyone is injured, call 119 first and give whatever first aid you can to the injured person until an ambulance arrives.
  • You must call the police (110) without fail and report the accident, providing information about the location of the accident, number of injured persons (if any), and degree of damage, and follow the police officer’s instructions.
  • If you cannot call the police or an ambulance for yourself, ask someone around you to do so. If you leave the scene of an accident, you might be deemed to have committed a hit-and-run offence.
  • You may insure against automobile accidents to reduce the financial burden in the event of an accident. There are two types of automobile insurance:

Compulsory automobile liability insurance

This type of insurance policy must be taken out at the time when a vehicle is purchased, or when a vehicle undergoes a safety inspection. This insurance covers the minimum amount of damages to be paid to the victims of automobile accidents and their families.

Voluntary insurance

You can also take out a voluntary insurance policy, which provides more cover than the compulsory automobile liability insurance. We strongly recommend you to take out this type of additional automobile insurance to cover yourself in the event of a serious accident.

Car Rental Reservations

These are websites for major car rental companies with useful information for driving in Japan. You can also make reservations through the internet or by phone.

Self-serve Gas

SOURCE: Fire and Disaster Management Agency  (
TRANSLATION: Japan Automobile Federation (JAF)

1. Get your gas at filling stations equipped with self-serve pumps!

Self-service filling stations have easy-to-see signs at their entrance displaying in Japanese “セルフ” or “セルフサービス”

Self-service filling stations have fixed gas pumps with safety attachments. Some stations also have fuel pumps that are not designed for self-service. Drivers may not use these.

Before refueling

1.When entering the self-service filling station, look at the sign to confirm that the fuel pump is for self-serve use and pull up to the pump so that it is easy to refuel, taking care not to hit any equipment.

2.Put your car into park and turn off the ignition.

3.Unlock the door to the gas tank using the switch in your car.

4.Be sure to close the windows and doors when leaving the vehicle.

2. Know and check the proper type of fuel for your car! Make sure to remove all static!

When refueling

(1)Select the type of fuel for your car. Some cars use gasoline, while others use diesel. It is important for drivers to know the proper type of fuel for their car. This has nothing to do with the size or type of vehicle. Take extra caution when you are refueling a car that you do not normally drive such as the company car or a rent-a-car, or if you are using a self-service station for the first time.

(2)Be sure to touch the anti-static mat to remove any static that may have accumulated on your body before opening the fuel cap.

If there is no anti-static mat, be sure to remove any static that may have accumulated on your body by touching a metal portion of your vehicle.

(3)Remove the nozzle for the type of fuel you selected in (1). The type of fuel is labeled near the nozzle (e.g. regular gasoline). If the nozzles or hoses are colored, high octane is always marked in yellow, regular gas is red, and diesel is green.

3. Follow the procedures and do it right!

You may start refueling after the attendant in the control booth has verified safety.
Handle the refueling alone.

Watch that children do not get close to the gas port.

Be sure to follow these instructions when fueling:

Insert the nozzle securely into the gas port until it fits snugly.

Pull the trigger on the nozzle until it clicks.

The gas will automatically stop flowing when it is finished.

After refueling, be sure to return the nozzle to its original position.

If the self-stopping mechanism activates soon after you begin refueling and you are not able to get gas, consult the attendant for advice on how to fill your tank.

4. Other precautions

(1)Fire hazards such as lighters and tobacco are strictly prohibited! Gasoline vapor will blow from your gas port as you fill, and any gas drips or spills will cause large amounts of gasoline vapor. Never smoke or use lighters (including the cigarette lighter in your vehicle).

(2)No subdividing gasoline into containers!
Do not subdivide gasoline into containers by yourself.

Always observe all cautions posted at the self-service station.


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