Some information about car rental in foreign countries.: the hottest auto news, tips for drivers
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Some information about car rental in foreign countries.

If you don't want to overpay, you can address the issue of car rental at home, in advance, before your trip. Most car rental companies have their own websites with the help of which you can choose appropriate car for you. The registration of car rental on site, for example at the airport or at the office of rental company, will cost you for 20-30% more expensive. Please note that not a single respectable car rental company won't rent you with a car without a credit / debit card. In this way they are insured in case of the client will be required to pay additional funds, such as fines, payment of repair, deduction of franchise etc. In various European countries in different rental car companies, a car rental is carried out in different ways. For example in Spain, you need to have a passport and an international driver's license. Some companies may require that a driver should be at least 21 years, and the driving experience - not less than 1-2 years. Depending on the vehicle class, the cost of car rental can make € 20-120 a day. Only people who are specified in the rental agreement could drive in the car, besides one can travel by car not only in Spain but also in other countries, as long as they are within the EU borders.In Italy, the formalities towards car rental are slightly different. It is necessary to have an international driving permit. Although there is a variant, with driver's license issued abroad, but the data are required to be duplicated in Latin letters. In addition, the renter must be at least 18 years, at this the experience of driving isn't required. However, no matter in what country you decide to rent a car, before you do this, be sure to carefully read your insurance contract and rental agreement. Also, regardless of the presentability of car rental company, its reputation and conditions of your insurance, before you take the car, inspect it carefully and note all damages, including fine scratches, in order to not be responsible for someone else's mistakes.