Last Updated 2015-02-21
Third Party Liability cover amounts included in the rates:
- For bodily injuries per accident, up to unlimited amount.
- For property damages per accident (excluding rented car), up to unlimited amount.
The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Master / Eurocard, VISA.
A valid credit card in the name of the main driver must be presented as guarantee for the rental. Our local car rental partner may reserve an amount of up to 2100 Euro (depending on your selected car group) as guarantee, which will be released after the end of the rental period if no damage/theft has occurred.
Please note that all local payments will be made in Euro.
Driver requirements :
Maximum age of driver is 79 years.
Driver must hold a full, valid licence for at least 2 years with no major endorsements.
International driver's licence is required for non EU citizens (except Swiss). Holders of UK, US, Canadian, Australian and all EU member states are NOT required to supply an International Driving Permit (IDP). International Driving Permits where required, MUST BE accompanied by the original licence of the driver. An International permit presented without domestic licence, will not be accepted. Any client with UK photo card driving licence must have the 2 parts of their current driving licence in their possession at the time of rental. We cannot rent UK clients who arrive with only one part of their license. Licences must be from the country of permanent residence.
Ferrying the car :
is not allowed.
Across the border rentals :
are allowed only to Northern Ireland.
Cross border card must be ordered during the booking procedure.
In case of offence against Cross Border & Territorial Restrictions all insurances lose their validity.
Other Information :
Baby seats are forward facing and are suitable for children from 9 to 18Kg. Booster seats are also available at the same cost and are suitable for children up to 6 years. The law in Ireland states that an appropriate child restraint MUST be used. We cannot provide baby seats for infants less than 9Kg. New EU child safety protection laws have come into force making it compulsory for all children to travel in the correct child seat, booster seat or booster cushion. Where safety belts have been fitted they must be worn. Children under 3 years of age must not travel in a car unless restrained in the correct child seat. Children aged 3 years or over who are under 150cms in height and weighing less than 36 kilograms (i.e. generally children up to 11/12 years old) must use the correct child seat, booster seat or booster cushion when travelling in cars. Child car seats must be in accordance with EU or United Nations - Economic Commission for Europe (UN-ECE) standards. Drivers have a legal responsibility to ensure passengers aged under 17 use the correct seat, booster seat, booster cushion or seatbelt.