|Most popular company||BUDGET|
|Price of gas per litre||£1.61|
|Average price per day||£108|
|Cheapest price per day||£48|
To begin your car hire application in Innsbruck, you will need to know what documents are required from you. To start with, you will need to be 18 or older to apply for an Innsbruck car hire, whilst some companies will require you to be over 21 before you can apply for an Innsbruck car hire. You will need your driver's licence from your home country, and if your driver's licence is written in a language that uses a non-Roman alphabet (Cyrillic, Greek or Korean, for example), you will need a translation from your local embassy or country of origin; otherwise, an international driving permit is needed to use hire cars in Innsbruck.
When driving your hire car in Innsbruck, you will be driving on the right-hand side of the road. The speed limit in town is 60 km/h (37 mph), and there is no speed limit on some Austrian highways, but watch for signs. The limit for drunk driving in Austria is 0.05%, so if you plan to go out at night, it is always advised to order a taxi or an Uber. The laws in Innsbruck are very strict; if you have more than 0.05% blood alcohol content, then you will have to pay a fine of roughly €300 (£250) and your driver's licence will be taken away for two months.
Innsbruck is the capital of the Austrian state of Tyrol, a city in The Alps that has long been a destination for winter sports. When driving in the city, we recommend that you hire a smaller car to get around a bit better and make it easy for you to use those small car parks; however, if you plan to travel outside of Innsbruck, it may be better to get a larger, more durable car for longer journeys. You will need to find which vehicle best suits your purpose in Innsbruck.
If you hire a car in Innsbruck, chances are you have booked accommodation, and they will most likely have parking available to you during your stay. If you can't park at your lodgings, you should still be able to park your hired car on the street in front of it. As a final resolution, you can, alternatively, find a car park where you can leave your hired car, or you can park at the dealership you hired it from.