|Most popular company||KEDDY|
|Price of gas per litre||£1.52|
|Average price per day||£32|
|Cheapest price per day||£23|
Car hire in Bratislava requires that you have your passport, credit card, and driving licence. You will not need to have an international driver’s permit if your driving licence is written in English or from an EU country. You will also need to have held your driving licence for at least one year to hire a car. Hire car companies in Bratislava require that you must be 19 or over to hire a car. However, if you are under the age of 21, you may have to pay a young drivers surcharge. Young drivers are restricted to the types of cars they can hire. Some of which are passenger van and luxury car hires in Bratislava. However, there are many great economy car hire options for them to choose from.
When you drive your Bratislava car hire, you will be doing so on the right-hand side of the road. While driving, it is compulsory to wear a seatbelt in both the front and back seats. If you are travelling with children under 12, they must be seated in a child seat. Children under 12 years of age and 150 cm tall are also not allowed to sit in the front passenger seat. It is illegal to be on your mobile phone while driving. However, if you need to use your phone, you can use hands-free devices. The drinking and driving limit in Bratislava is 0.00%. Speed limits throughout the city are according to the area. If you are driving through an urban area, the speed limit is 37 mph (60 kph); in rural areas, it is 40 mph (65 kph), and on the motorway, it is 80 mph (128 kph). It is recommended that you check the city’s department of motor vehicles for any recent law changes before you arrive to pick up your Bratislava car hire.
There are many great recommendations for car hire in Bratislava. For cheap car hire in Bratislava, you may want to hire an economy class car. Some of the most recommended models include a Fiat Panda or a Skoda Fabia. Slovakia can be difficult to drive through in the winter due to the snow. If you are travelling during this period, we would recommend getting a 4x4 SUV. Some recommended 4x4 SUVs include a Peugeot 2008 and a Dacia Sandero Stepway.
If you are planning to take your cheap car hire in Bratislava to the city centre, you will have to pay for parking on weekdays, as weekend parking is free. The city centre of Bratislava is bustling throughout the week, so some of the best places to park are within car parks or car parking buildings. Driving hire cars in Bratislava into a car parking building is the most affordable place to park, as the fee costs approximately 80p to 1 £ (1-1,5 €) per hour.