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Dollar Car Rental in France

Starting from 21.44 GBP per day*

* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 days car rental from 27-05-2024 - 03-06-2024 at Nice Airport

France, the European epicentre of art, cuisine, and fashion, enchants with its breathtaking array of landscapes—from the lush lavender fields of Provence to the snow-capped peaks of the Alps.

Embark on a journey of discovery through the enchanting landscapes of France with Dollar Car Rental, elevating your adventure as you traverse scenic routes and uncover hidden gems along the way. Imagine cruising along the French Riviera, where the azure waters of the Mediterranean meet the chic coastal towns of Nice and Saint-Tropez. Picture journeying through the Alsace Wine Route, savouring the charm of Strasbourg and the vine-laden landscapes of Colmar. With a car hire in France, you have the freedom to discover the country’s cultural and natural splendour at your own pace.

Embark on a journey of discovery through the enchanting landscapes of France with Dollar Car Rental, elevating your adventure as you traverse scenic routes and uncover hidden gems along the way. Imagine cruising along the French Riviera, where the azure waters of the Mediterranean meet the chic coastal towns of Nice and Saint-Tropez. Picture journeying through the Alsace Wine Route, savouring the charm of Strasbourg and the vine-laden landscapes of Colmar. With a car hire in France, you have the freedom to discover the country’s cultural and natural splendour at your own pace.

Dollar Car Rental boasts widespread availability across France, making it easy for you to pick up your vehicle at any location. Key locations include bustling cities such as Paris, Lyon, and Cannes and the charming towns of Antibes, Nice, Aix-en-Provence, and Lille. Whether arriving by plane, train, or visiting city centres, you'll find Dollar Car Rental's offices conveniently located at airports, railway stations, and commercial hubs.

Dollar Car Rental’s fleet promises affordability, a diverse range of models, and a commitment to eco-friendliness. Choose from hybrid and electric vehicles, or make a selection from our range of gasoline and diesel models. 

Driving in France

France boasts a vast and well-maintained network of roads, including autoroutes (motorways), national roads, and departmental roads. These road networks ensure seamless travel across the country. Some recommended road trips in your car rental in France are:

  • Franche-Comté Road Trip: This route offers scenic drives through traditional villages and lush landscapes, ideal for experiencing the local culture and scenic beauty.
  • Provence Road Trip - Calais to Provence: Travel from the north to the south of France, enjoying the dramatic changes in the landscape and the sunny Mediterranean atmosphere of Provence.

 Speed Limits

  • Motorways: 130 kmph (80 mph)
  • Dual Carriageways: 110 kmph (70 mph)
  • Main Roads Outside Built-Up Areas (A & B Roads): 80 kmph (50 mph)
  • Main Roads Within Built-Up Areas: 50 kmph (30 mph)

Driving Safe

When driving your rental vehicle in France, keep some key rules in mind:

  • Speeding Penalties:

    If you over-speed in France, you risk being caught by speed cameras or police. Offences could lead to fines, licence confiscation, a driving ban, or even arrest.

  • Lane Discipline:

    Always drive on the right. Remember to return to the right-hand lane after overtaking another vehicle on the highway to maintain proper traffic flow.

  • Overtaking Cyclists:

    When passing cyclists or pedestrians, maintain a distance of at least 1 metre in urban areas and 1.5 metres in rural areas. You can cross a continuous line to overtake a cyclist without oncoming traffic.

Cars You Can Rent in France

When venturing through France, choosing the right vehicle is key to enjoying a comfortable journey. Dollar Car Rental offers a range of options to suit your travel needs and preferences.

Where to Rent a Car in France

If you plan to travel in comfort with a car hire in France, choose Dollar Car Rental for reliable and affordable vehicles catering to diverse requirements. Here's where to find Dollar Car Rental France locations in various cities:

1. Lille

2. Angers

3. Rennes

4. Brest

5. Nimes

6. Valence

7. Geneva

8. Beauvais

9. Cannes

10. Le Havre

Rental Fleet France

Discover budget-friendly vehicles for unforgettable travels*

Nice Airport
RENAULT CLIO car rental in France
RENAULT CLIO or similar
  • 4

  • Manual

  • 3

21.44 GBP per day*

Bordeaux Airport
FIAT 500 car rental in France
FIAT 500 or similar
  • 4

  • Manual

  • 2

21.44 GBP per day*

Bordeaux Airport
RENAULT CLIO car rental in France
RENAULT CLIO or similar
  • 4

  • Manual

  • 3

21.44 GBP per day*

Bordeaux Airport
PEUGEOT 2008 car rental in France
PEUGEOT 2008 or similar
  • 5

  • Manual

  • 3

23.59 GBP per day*

Nice Airport
PEUGEOT 2008 car rental in France
PEUGEOT 2008 or similar
  • 5

  • Manual

  • 3

29.65 GBP per day*

Burdeos - Noe Bordeaux
FIAT 500 car rental in France
FIAT 500 or similar
  • 4

  • Manual

  • 2

40.17 GBP per day*

Burdeos - Noe Bordeaux
RENAULT CLIO car rental in France
RENAULT CLIO or similar
  • 4

  • Manual

  • 3

40.17 GBP per day*

Burdeos - Noe Bordeaux
PEUGEOT 2008 car rental in France
PEUGEOT 2008 or similar
  • 5

  • Manual

  • 3

47.06 GBP per day*

* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 days car rental from 27-05-2024 - 03-06-2024

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the requirements for renting a car in France?

In France, you must be at least 18 years old to drive. If you are under 25, expect to pay a Young Drivers Surcharge when you rent a car in France. Your driving licence must be issued in the European Economic Area. If you are from outside the EEA, you should have an international licence or have yours translated into French by an approved translator.

Which city in France is easy to drive in?

Driving in France is generally pleasant due to the country’s well-connected road network. Smaller cities like Lille, Angers, and Cannes are particularly easy to navigate, thanks to low traffic volume and well-planned road layouts.

What are the rules regarding the use of headlights in France?

In France, your vehicle must be equipped with halogen or LED headlights. To ensure safety, you must use dipped beam headlights at night or in poor visibility. Additionally, all vehicles must have daytime running lights to enhance visibility during daylight hours.

Whom should I call if my car breaks down in France?

If your car breaks down on a motorway or at a service station in France, use the orange SOS box on the roadside to call for help. Alternatively, you can dial 112 to reach emergency services.

What are the documents I need for driving in France?

When driving in France, you must carry your ID or passport, a valid driver's licence, and the vehicle's documents, including registration and insurance certificates. In pollution-restricted areas, your vehicle must display the Crit'Air sticker.

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FOR RENTALS IN ITALY - from 15th Nov to 15th Apr many cities in specific Italian regions are required by law to restrict rentals to only those vehicles equipped with snow chains or winter tyres. To comply with these regulations, Dollar equipped vehicles with snow chains - the price is included in the rental charges as Winterisation fee. Hence, for these vehicles there’s NO NEED TO BOOK snow chains as Extra.

IMPORTANT: Please check the rate details of your quotation on the right of this web page to verify if your booking includes Winterisation fee before booking snow chains in Italy.