Car Rental Germany
There are several good reasons to choose Germany as the place to rent a car for a tour of Europe. First, and perhaps most important, for the past 20 years Germany's rental car rates have consistently been the lowest of any European country. In 2012, a midsize sedan could be rented for a week for a little over $200, including the 19% value added tax. France, Austria, Holland, Belgium and especially Switzerland and Italy are substantially higher. Another reason to pick up a rental car in Germany is the selection of vehicles; Mercedes, Audi, BMW, Volkswagen, Porsche, Opel and Ford all have factories in the country and all are prominently featured in the rental fleets of the major companies. The customer that has his heart set on a Mercedes, Audi or BMW has a much better chance getting one of those brands in Germany than in any other European country. Rent in France and you're likely to drive away in a Renault, Citroen or Peugeot; in Italy Fiats, Alfas and Lancias dominate. Finally, Germany is a great place to drive a rental car; it offers a vast network of scenic, beautifully maintained country roads, its drivers are skillful and predictable, and, of course, the adventurous traveler looking for some really fast motoring can find it on the Autobahn.
Car Rental Germany
- Age Restrictions When Renting a Car in Germany
- Best Places to Rent a Car in Germany
- Car Rental in Frankfurt am Main
- Driving in Germany
- Extra Fees on Rental Cars in Germany
- German Green Zone Emissions Stickers
- Hertz One-Way Car Rental Fee in Germany
- International Driving Permit (IDP) for Germany Rentals
- International Driving Permits in Germany
- One Way Car Rental Fees in Germany
- Rental Car Categories in Germany
- What is Guaranteed With My Germany Rental Car?
- Where Can I Drive My Germany Rental Car?