Car Rental in France

France has more to offer than just Paris, so why don’t you decide to tour the country and explore it thoroughly. You can do that by using our top quality rent a car services in France. We are licensed and experience rental service agents and we can help you find an automobile will allow you to travel in full comfort and security. We have connecting customers with services for car rentals in France, including Paris, Lille and Marseille for a number of years and to date we have never failed to meet the demands of our clients.

Best car rentals rates in France

We work with several prominent car rental brands and you can rest assured that we will help you find a vehicle that will not only fit into your traveling budget but also accommodate all your needs. You can pick up your automobile from a number of localities – Paris Lyon Railway Station, Strasbourg Airport or Saint-Tropez Port. The offered France rent a car services have basic insurance which you can opt to augment against a small standalone fee. Keep in mind that prices may differ with different companies. For instance the daily rates of Europcar, Enterprise, and Alamo for medium vehicles are £60, £64, and £63 respectively.

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You can learn more about car rentals in France by exploring our website or contacting directly our friendly and polite costumer consultants.

France is the largest country in the European Union. It covers an area of 248.573 square miles and is home to a population of about 67 million. The aforementioned city of Paris is the country’s capital while other major urban areas are Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse, Nice, Lille and Bordeaux. France is recognised as a global centre of art, science, fashion and philosophy. It is home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites and internationally renowned landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Millau Viaduct, Abbey of Fontenay, Pont du Gard and more.

Complex speeding restrictions

The French drive on the right side of the road and have a variable speed limit system which obligates drivers to not exceed speeds of 55 mph on 2 to 3 lane rural roads, 68 mph on 4 lane rural roads and 80 mph on highways in dry condition. When it is raining the speed limit for these roads drop to 50, 62 and 68 mph respectively. Regardless of the weather 30 mph is the maximum speed allowed in cities and urban areas. To gain access to highways, drivers must pay a toll which is one of the highest in the European Union.