Compare rates and get yourself the best deal on Luxembourg car hire
With DriveNow finding car hire in Luxembourg, one of the smallest countries on earth, is probably easier and quicker than finding the Grand Duchy in an atlas! Yet what it lacks it landmass, it more than makes up for in interesting features. Luxembourg is one of Europe's financial centres, attracting significant foreign investment. It boasts a high quality of life, historic attractions, a stable economy, a central location and a population of just 525,000.
If you're heading to Luxembourg Airport and Luxembourg on holiday, you may want to explore the country outside of its central city or larger neighbouring countries. And if that's the case, you will want to get the best rate possible through DriveNow.
As with anywhere, it's best to book your Luxembourg car rental early in order to lock in the better rate and best choice of vehicles. In most of Europe, tourism really picks up in the summer. The warm season in the country tends to run from May to September, making conditions perfect for sightseeing. If you're travelling to Luxembourg during the warmer months, you'll want to book even further in advance.
How old do I have to be to hire a car in Luxembourg?
While the legal driving age for cars is 18, you must be at least 23 years old to rent a car.
What kind of driving licence do I need?
Those with valid driving licences in their own countries can rent a car in Luxembourg. However, many seasoned travellers recommend obtaining an International Driving Permit (IDP) prior to hitting the road. IDPs are generally granted to anyone with a valid licence. You can obtain one through your home country's automobile association.
What driving laws should I be aware when renting a car in Luxembourg?
If you have a blood/alcohol content of 0.5g of alcohol to one litre of blood, you cannot legally drive in Luxembourg. Make sure to arrange alternative transportation options if you plan to drink.
You should also be aware that you must maintain a 2-second gap period when driving behind another person.
What do I need to know about driving with children?
If you have passengers under the age of 12, or less than 1.3 metres tall, they must ride in the rear of the car unless they are seated in a child restraint system. Additionally, any young ones under age 3 need to be seated in a child restraint.
Car hire payment
When you come to pick up your car rental, make sure to have your credit card information ready. You must pay with a valid card.
Excess insurance options
You might opt to take out a Collision Damage Waiver to cover repairs to your vehicle in the case you get into an accident. Alternatively an often cheaper option is to take out travel insurance that covers car hire damage