DRIVING ABROAD – HINTS AND TIPS FROM ENTERPRISE
At Enterprise we love the open road and the freedom that a car gives you when you’re travelling abroad. However, we recognise that driving in a different country can be daunting particularly if you’re not familiar with the rules of the road or if you’ve never driven there before. To help you prepare for your road trip and get the most from your rental experience, we have produced these downloadable hints and tips to give you some pointers.
Driving in Europe
If you're planning to drive in Spain, here are helpful tips ahead of your journey.
If you're planning to drive in France, here are helpful tips ahead of your journey.
If you're planning to drive in Germany, here are helpful tips ahead of your journey.
If you're planning to drive in Ireland, here are helpful tips ahead of your journey.
Car Hire Tips
Collecting your vehicle
Learn about the car rental collecting process, what you will be asked to do, what you'll sign and pick up some tips for making sure that your start your trip with confidence.
With so many different products and services across car rental, our Jargon Busting video will help bring some clarity to the 'car rental language'.
What to do in the event of an accident
Being involved in an accident is always a harrowing experience. But understanding what to do and who to contact means you have help and advice just a call away.
Returning your vehicle
Find out what to expect when returning your vehicle. Get tips and advice on making this a straight-forward and simple process - with no surprises.
Some general information about how to make sure your car rental is simple, leaving you to relax and enjoy your trip.
Did You Know?
- 112 is the Pan-European emergency services number
- It is required by law to carry an unused breathalyzer when driving in France
- In Germany you could be fined up to €4,000 for swearing at people or making a rude hand gesture while driving
- In Spain you drive on the right, even in the British territory of Gibraltar
- Using a mobile phone while driving in Ireland is against the law and you could be fined up to €2,000