Europcar in Germany
Germany is one of Europe’s biggest and most historic countries. Renting a car is the best way to take in the astonishing scenery of expansive forests, fairytale castles and iconic beer festivals but German landscape is more diverse than meets the eye!
With 451 Europcar stations across the country, Germany has the most car rental stations in Europe. You will be able to get your car rental whether you are arriving into the capital Berlin
, or Hamburg
in the north and Munich
in the south or any other main cities around the country.
Europcar car rental specific offers and benefits in Germany
Before you choose your vehicle, take a look at some of these offers you can get when you book with Europcar Germany.
Europcar customers can benefit from several optional advantages when they rent a car in France. Europcar Privilege program
, a free international loyalty scheme, enables you to earn rewards by renting with us in over 140 countries worldwide. Privilege membership allow you to get a free weekend rental after your 3rd rental on public rates and comes in four tier levels: Privilege Club, Privilege Executive, Privilege Elite and Privilege Elite VIP.
Save time by using Europcar mobile site to make your next car booking, only 5 steps and you're on the road! Explore other Europcar's mobile solutions by downloading the Europcar App
for iPhone, Android and iPad to enjoy the various functionalities: fast booking, locating the closest branch and managing any of your Europcar car reservations.
Driving in Germany
Non-European drivers need a valid driver's license from their home country or state and must be over 21 to rent a car.
There are no tolls for private cars on German roads.
Like in all the European countries, you drive on the right side in Germany and overtake to the left of the other vehicle in free-flowing traffic (overtaking on the right is only permissible in stationary traffic).
Parking is prohibited within five meters of crosswalks and intersections, 10 meters before traffic lights and within 15 meters of a public transport stop.
The maximum speed limit for private cars and other vehicles on autobahns and four-lane roads is 130 km/h. The speed limit is 100 km/h on other roads.