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Traffic in Romania travels on the right-hand side of the road and passing is allowed on the left only. The speed limit in Romania ranges from 50km per hour in the city to 120km per hour on highways. It is mandatory that the driver and all passengers wear a seatbelt.
Auto Europe includes the Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) and theft protection in the Romania car rental prices. The CDW and theft protection reduce the liability and excess of the driver to a capped amount. Fire insurance is also included in the price of your car rental.
Auto Europe offers the option to purchase Excess Refund Insurance when you make your booking. If any damage occurs to your rental vehicle during the time it is in your possession, you can be refunded up to $5,000 on your return to Australia.
A country of diverse backgrounds, sites and attractions, Romania is emerging as a highly popular destination for those travelling to Eastern Europe. Constantly developing and evolving, visitors to Romania can expect both new and old attractions, and a load of surprises. From bustling modern cities to historic villages, there is something for everyone in Romania and your hire car will give you the freedom to see all the sights of this large exciting country.
Bucharest is the capital of Romania and home to the Palace of Parliament. The second largest building in the world after the Pentagon in North America, the palace can be seen from many parts of the city, however, you need to drive past it to comprehend its size. If you are keen on a closer look, tours of the building are available also.
If you drive north of Bucharest you while reaching the city of Brasov, one of the most popular areas visited by tourists in Romania. Found high in the Carpathian Mountains, Brasov is a ski destination during winter and is well known for breathtaking scenery all year round. While in Brasov be sure to check out the Black Church, the largest gothic church in Eastern Europe, built in the 14th century.
Drive further north and you will reach the region of Maramures, towards the Ukrainian border. Towns in the area have remained unchanged for hundreds of years, and the horse-drawn cart is still a common method of transportation. Nearby you can find the region of Bukovina, throughout which there are a number of painted monasteries, built during the 16th century.
The minimum age to rent a car in Romania is 21 years old and must have held your licence for a minimum of 1 year. Drivers under the age of 25 may incur a young driver surcharge and some suppliers may have a maximum age limit. An international drivers permit is mandatory.
Vignettes, a toll sticker, are compulsory in all roads in Romania. This valid toll sticker is required to be appropriately fixed to the windscreen of the car.
Take a look at the large fleet selection we offer in Romania. Browse different car models, manufacturers and luggage capacity to find the hire car best suited to you. Please note that not all cars are available from all suppliers' locations and the exact make or model cannot be guaranteed.
Currently, hire cars are not permitted to travel outside of Romania. Domestic one-way rentals are available at an additional fee and a minimum rental duration may apply. International one-way rentals are not available.
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