Basic Traffic Regulations
Unless your agenda includes a stay of more than 60 days, there is no need to source any special documents to avail Prague car hire services. Make sure that the driver is over the legal driving age of 18 and carries the required documents at all times. Essentially it includes an European or International license, EU card or passport, insurance and vehicle papers. Seat belts are mandatory and children over 12 years of age are allowed in the front seats of the car. Pay attention to the headlights of the car which must be on even during the day, all through the year. Drivers should adhere to speed limits of 50 kph in built-up areas, 90 kph on main roads and 130 kph on motorways, at all times. Passenger cars be equipped with a motorway vignette that acts as a proof of payment for use of motorways. If car drivers honestly pay attention to the above set of rules, then driving in Prague is an extremely pleasant experience.
Prague is a zero tolerance zone for drink and drugs, indicating a zero blood alcohol level whilst driving. Drunken drivers face heavy fine and prison if caught.
Easy & Economical
Prague.com offers a wide selection of vehicles for car hire in Prague at competitive rates delivered to several pick up locations. Alternatively, rent a car to be delivered directly to the hotel you are staying in. If you have not already booked a hotel, why not check out Prague Hotels for some exclusive deals and amazing discounts. If great price and excellent service is what you are looking for then Prague.com ensures the highest standards when it comes to car hire deals.
Freedom & Choice
Although much of Prague is off-limits for cars, tourists planning to travel the suburbs and explore nearby attractions would find the experience of car rental extremely enthralling. Prague car hire services offer the comfort and choice of discovering rare tourist attractions in the privacy of one’s own vehicle, an opportunity made available only by co-cooperative car rental companies. There is so much to choose from, be it the Karlstejn castle, the Czech countryside or nearby town of Cesky Krumlov. One can also visit the exotic spas at Karlovy Vary made famous by people like Mozart, Beethoven and Casanova. For an element of adventure, a road trip to the neighboring countries of Slovakia, Austria, Germany, Hungary or Poland is highly recommended.
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