general information on renting a vehicle.
and the driver must hold a valid driving license.
Driver's licenses from non-EU countries (except Switzerland) are
a) no visa in the passport is registered.
b) the customer has a visa in the passport at the time of rental
and not longer than 6 months in Europe. If it is longer than 6
months in Europe, it must have a license from an EU country will
Please bring your driver's license and identity card / passport
for vehicle pick-up!
In Germany, subject to minimum age and driving license for the
18 years / 1 day for vehicles in groups to MCMR CWMR, ETMR
21 years / 2 years for vehicles in groups to IDMR LWAR, CTMR,
ITMR, SSMR to LSMR, SFMR to FFMR,
25 years / 3 years for vehicles in groups XDAR, STMR, FTMR, PTMR,
LTMR, XTMR, XTAR, XSMR, XSAR, PFMR, LFMR, XFAR, LSAN, LTAN.
may vary from owner to owner and are used only as a guide.
§ 3 In accordance with traffic regulations, the following
speed limits for cars:
built-up areas: 50 km / h,
except: 100 km / h) and
Speed limit on motorways: 130 km / h.
If the extra lanes for both directions are structurally separated,
or are at least two lanes each direction and a line so far as
the separation between the two directions, is no speed limit,
but for cars without trailers, an indicative speed of 130 km /
For trucks, buses and vehicles with trailers are extra and special
speed limits on motorways.
Appropriate signs an existing general speed limit down, can be
amended but also upward. This is urban speed limits greater than
50 km / h, except on roads with one lane each direction over 100
km / h. In Germany, such an increased speed limit in the case
of urban conditions apply to all vehicles, so for example, for
load power trains.
While differing speed limits on motorways in Europe and some extra
is well, limiting urban conditions almost everywhere at 50 km
/ h. Exceptions being Serbia, Ukraine and Lithuania, where 60
km / h shall apply, as well as in Poland between 23:00 and 05:00
clock. Slovakia dropped in February 2009 the hitherto existing
urban speed limit of 60km / h to 50 km / h.
encountered many road users with little acceptance. So driving
with illegally high speeds in many statistics as the most common
or second most common cause is listed for fatal accidents.
To ensure the observance of speed limits and the identification
and prosecution of violations will be conducted in the context
of traffic controls. These now often use tools such as radar,
laser guns or section control. In many countries, such investigations
are carried out by the police. To provide the educational effect
to the punishment to the forefront and speed display devices are
set to indicate the speed of the motorist