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Car rental in Spain from A to Z

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Renting a car in Spain is a great idea for a road trip, a family holiday, or a business trip. Having your own car guarantees comfort and independence, as well as considerable savings. Below is a brief guide in which you'll find all the information on how to rent a car in Spain.

Early booking

It's best to book a car as soon as possible, when you decide on the exact date of your stay. It guarantees availability and is often associated with lower prices. To find the best offer, we recommend using the online rental database at


Choosing a vehicle

In order to have a wide range of cars to choose from, it’s worth booking as early as possible. On the rental page, you can look through all the available models. A good rental company should have a large fleet that will meet your needs.


Deposit and insurance

Before signing the contract, find out if a deposit is required (and if so, what amount and what it can be used for). Another important matter is car insurance - many rental companies offer the possibility of buying additional insurance against theft and accidents.


Additional costs

Always check if the rental charges any additional fees. These may include an additional fee for young drivers (usually it is necessary to be over the age of 21 or 25, although the driver's experience is also important).



It is possible to equip the car with additional gadgets that will make your journey easier and more comfortable. These may include GPS or a child seat.


Rental details

It's recommended to settle all the details before concluding the transaction. You should check the method of settling fuel costs (the most beneficial option is to pick up the car with a full tank and return it with the same amount of fuel), distance limits, or the possibility of crossing the border.