Compare and book Car Hire in Toulouse Airport with the latest pricing, specials and deals from France's leading rental companies. Instant booking confirmation ensures your car rental costs are locked in with no fees, no cancellation charges and no risk.
Salut! Bienvenue a Toulouse! DriveNow can't help you learn the language, but we can make it easier to hire a car at Toulouse Airport in the city itself.
This town is located in Southern France, between the Mediterranean and Atlantic oceans, which makes it a perfect spot for a seaside getaway. Known as the pink city, hiring a car at Toulouse Airport will make it easier to explore the exceptional heritage it offers.
As well as the variety of historical sites to view, there are plenty of modern amenities to take in, including the headquarters of Airbus (you can tour the factory and see where the flagship A380 is assembled), the Galileo positioning system and Aerospace valley.
DriveNow's free and simple-to-use system allows you to compare the rental rates of France's most trusted brands - Avis, Budget, Europcar, SIXT and Hertz. By booking ahead you are assured piece of mind and more importantly a cheaper rental rate as prices generally rise the closer you book to your pick-up date.
You will not find yourself subject to any booking, admin or agency fees and only need to supply an email address when booking your car rental in Toulouse. In most instances no credit card is required when booking, simply pay for your vehicle on collection along with any optional extras you wish to include.
Why should you organise to hire a car in Toulouse with DriveNow before you set off?
Can I hire a car in Toulouse if I am under 25?
You must be at least 21 to hire a car in France. However, those between 21 - 25 may need to pay a youth driver's surcharge. The amount charged will vary from supplier to supplier so include your details in the comment area when making your DriveNow booking and our Reservations team will follow up and contact you.
Will I need an international driver's licence (IDP)?
If the licence of your home country is printed using the Latin alphabet, then you do not need an IDP and can drive in France for one year using your foreign licence.
However, if this is printed in another alphabet you will then need to provide an IDP to act as a translation of your licence.
What are the speed limits in France?
Along highways and freeways, you should keep to 130kmh and drop this down to 110kmh along rural expressways. When driving in urban traffic, it is best to keep to 50kmh.
There are strict speed limits you will need to stick to when you are on the roads. On highways you will need to keep to, or below, 130kmh and on rural expressways this reduces to 110kmh. When you drive through urban traffic, stick to 50kmh. Speed limits are reduced in the rain.
What other rules should I be aware of?
In France there is a requirement that drivers and passengers wear seatbelts in both the front and rear seats.
If you have children under age 13, the driver is responsible for their safety.
Children under age 10 are not allowed to travel in the front seat and must be placed in an appropriate booster seat. These can be included as an additional extra when you pick up your car in Toulouse.
Are there any tips for driving on French roads?
When you travel along urban roads, you must give way to traffic coming from the right - there is "priorite a droite".
Some roundabouts are signposted so look out for "vous n'avez pas la priorite" and "cedez le pasage" which indicate you must give way to traffic on the roundabout. If you don't spot these signs then traffic entering the roundabout has right of way.