Car Rental in Italy

We are reliable and hard-working contractors and we can provide you access to affordable rent a car services in Italy. To us it doesn’t matter whether you need a sports car or a family car – we have all types of clean and well-kept vehicles at our disposal. The automobiles that you can book from our partners are top of the line and can be equipped with additional features such as GPS, ski racks, bicycle stands and roof boxes.

Insured car rental in Rome, Milano, Napes

The Italian car rental services we link you with are an etalon for quality and punctuality because will accommodate the demands of all clients at Rome, Bologna, Milan etc. There is both basic and full insurance options for clients, so how much coverage you will have is entirely up to you. Your satisfaction is our main objective and this is we will give you several rent a car options in Italy. For instance we can currently offer you to book a small automobile from Alamo for the weekly fee of £85.54 to be picked up directly from Rome Termini Railway Station. If you desire a large vehicle we can offer you SUV from Sixt or a minivan from Enterprise for the weekly rates of £285.25 and £347.83 respectively – you can get it right out of the gate at Verona Airport and other comfortable locations.

Helpful and friendly car rental consultants

You can book an Italy car rentals option via telephone, e-mail or online form. Don’t be hesitant to call us if you wish to ask us any questions.

Better value, better car rentals in Italy

Low-cost car rentals in Italy that offer premium quality – this a rare combination but with us this is exactly what you will get. That is because we will help you discover the most suitable vehicle for your needs and budget. We are always watching for new bargain car hire deals in Italy. Therefore, you will not need to give up on basic conveniences such as air-conditioning and GPS navigation in an effort to save money.

Located in the heart of Mediterranean Sea, Italy is one of Europe’s most popular and visited countries. It has an area of 116.347 square miles and an estimate population of 60.5 million people. Italy is neighboured by France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. Rome is the country’s capital and largest city. Other major urban areas in Italy are Milan, Naples, Turin and Palermo. It has a rich historical and cultural heritage which is why it is home to a number of internationally acclaimed landmarks and monuments such as the Colosseum one of the “New Seven Wonder of the World”.

Driving in Italy

The traffic in Italian is on the right side and all drivers must be over 18. Driving permits from other members of the European Union are recognised. Licensed from non-EU states are valid only for one year after which they must be replace with an Italian permit. The general speed limitation on highways is 80 mph in dry condition and 68 mph in wet conditions. Some highways sections allow a maximum speed of 93 mph. In urban drivers cannot go faster than 31 mph while on rural roads speed restrictions are set to 55 mph.

An important phrase you should write down if you are getting ready to explore an Italian city by a car is “zona a traffic limitato” or ZTL. This means a reduced traffic zone and if you see a sign saying ZTL, this means that you are not allowed to go there with a car. If you do, you will be asked to pay a fine. Also, streets in most Italian towns and villages are quite narrow.