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Drive on the right side of the road in Germany. If you're travelling to other parts of Europe, please note that other countries may have different driving laws and customs, so be sure to familiarise yourself with the legal driving requirements and road symbols in each destination. Auto Europe advises you to stay within the legal speed limits, which may change during poor weather conditions.
All car hire bookings through Auto Europe include Value Added Tax (VAT) and Third Party Liability insurance. We also offer our customers 24-hour emergency roadside assistance and phone support, so you can travel with peace of mind knowing that you're covered.
Germany is home to 39 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Germany is the largest central European country, comprised of 16 states, each of which offers a distinct culture and an unending supply of scenery and sights for visitors. Head to Munich and the surrounding region of Bavaria for the best of the country's famous beer culture, or venture to the Rhine Valley for incredible wines and even better views in Western Germany.
Germany's historic legacy can be found in the medieval and gothic castles including the Löwenburg Castle and the castle of the Hohenzollern dynasty, which ruled until the end of World War I. Berlin is scattered with reminders of a stormy twentieth-century, home to a number of memorials and ruins which sit in contrast to the famous nightlife and vibrant LGBT community of this historic capital.
As with many European destinations, Germany requires visiting motorists to carry a valid Australian State or Territory driving licence in addition to a valid International Driving Permit (IDP) with a German translation, which must be obtained before leaving Australia. To find out more about how to obtain an IDP visit the Australian Automobile Association.
Freeways in Germany are called autobahns and are completely toll-free. If you're travelling to other countries in Europe, you may encounter tolls roads.
Find details and compare different vehicles available for hire in Germany by checking out our fleet guide. Please note that not all cars are available at all locations.
If you plan on visiting more of Europe from Germany, please inform Auto Europe of the countries you intend to visit at the time of booking. It is advisable to reiterate this information at the depot when you pick up your car hire. In general, travel across borders is permitted between Western and Central European nations.
Each provider has slightly different rules regarding travel to certain countries. Please check your planned driving route to ensure that it is in accordance with any international restrictions in place. Fees may also be payable to the supplier to cover the insurance based on the safety of the area to which you are travelling. Ask your reservations consultant at the time of booking or contact us at your convenience for more information.
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