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France Car Rentals

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Most popular cities to rent a car in France

Compare car rental prices for the most popular cities in the country
Current Price Range
$30 - $51 per day
CHEAPEST CITY IN FRANCE Bastia 29% cheaper Car rentals in Bastia are usually the cheapest in France at $30 per day on average.
MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN FRANCE Strasbourg 21% more expensive Strasbourg usually has the highest priced car rentals in France with rentals averaging $51 per day.
MOST POPULAR CITY IN FRANCE Paris 91% more users visited More momondo users search for car rentals in Paris than any other region in France.

Rental car companies in France

Below is a list of every nation-wide car rental agency, how many locations they have across the country, and what popular cities you can find them in
keddy by Europcar
555 locations
Paris $19/day
Lyon $18/day
Europcar
491 locations
Paris $46/day
Marseille $42/day
Lyon $50/day
Nantes $41/day
Nice $45/day
Hertz
400 locations
Paris $56/day
Lille $83/day
Toulouse $44/day
Lyon $46/day
Grenoble $45/day
Avis
306 locations
Paris $39/day
Lyon $51/day
Poitiers $70/day
Toulouse $40/day
Nice $50/day
Sixt
168 locations
Paris $48/day
Lyon $55/day
Marseille $62/day
Toulouse $46/day
Bordeaux $62/day

Most popular types of rental cars

Below are the most popular car rental types in France and the cheapest cities in which to rent them
Small
Small

Best value

Lille

$31/day
Small

#1 Most popular

Cannes

$47/day
Small

#2 Most popular

Montpellier

$51/day
Small

#3 Most popular

Marseille

$43/day
Small

#4 Most popular

Nancy

$45/day
Small

#5 Most popular

Nice

$92/day
Medium
Medium

Best value

Nantes

$40/day
Medium

#1 Most popular

Cannes

$86/day
Medium

#2 Most popular

Montpellier

$73/day
Medium

#3 Most popular

Marseille

$60/day
Medium

#4 Most popular

Lyon

$54/day
Medium

#5 Most popular

Pantin

$196/day
Large
Large

Best value

Nantes

$95/day
Large

#1 Most popular

Cannes

$128/day
Large

#2 Most popular

Montpellier

$110/day
Large

#3 Most popular

Grenoble

$118/day
Large

#4 Most popular

Strasbourg

$144/day
Large

#5 Most popular

Marseille

$179/day
Van
Van

Best value

Marseille

$66/day
Van

#1 Most popular

Cannes

$126/day
Van

#2 Most popular

Montpellier

$120/day
Van

#3 Most popular

Strasbourg

$149/day
Van

#4 Most popular

Toulouse

$81/day
Van

#5 Most popular

Ajaccio

$179/day
SUV
SUV

Best value

Marseille

$54/day
SUV

#1 Most popular

Cannes

$77/day
SUV

#2 Most popular

Montpellier

$79/day
SUV

#3 Most popular

Nantes

$59/day
SUV

#4 Most popular

Carcassonne

$88/day
SUV

#5 Most popular

Strasbourg

$70/day

Renting a car in France

Before you book your car rental, here are a few tips and rules you should know about driving in France

What is the cheapest rental car agency in France?

At the moment, the cheapest car rental agency in France is keddy by Europcar, through whom users can find deals for as low as $16 per day. Users who book a rental car with keddy by Europcar tend to find prices that are lower than the $50 per day national average. Keep in mind that prices may vary depending on where you are renting, how many days you rent for, and the type of rental car you choose.

What is the most popular rental car agency in France?

If you plan to rent a car in France, we recommend booking with Europcar, one of the most popular rental agencies in the country. In the past month, 31% of our users selected Europcar for their car rental needs. The agency also has a customer satisfaction rating of 8.0 out of 10 from 74 reviewers.

What car rental company in France has the most locations?

Sunnycars is the rental car company in France that currently has the most locations. With 877 car rental centers across the country, you should have no issue finding one of their locations at your destination. Consider visiting Paris, the most popular city in France. Sunnycars has a large presence here with over 47 locations - many of which can be found within the airport and city center.

What side of the road do people in France drive on?

In France, drivers are required to drive on the right at all times. Not doing so can result in traffic violation tickets.

How good are the roads in France?

France ranked 7 out of 137 countries across the globe for road quality in 2019. On a scale of 1 to 7, France received a road quality score of 6.1. Keep in mind that road quality conditions in France can vary depending on what area of the country you plan to visit.

What is the drinking and driving limit in France?

The BAC limit is 0.05% in France - this applies to both visitors and residents. Your BAC level is a measurement of the percentage of alcohol in your bloodstream. This information is used to determine how inebriated an individual is. Driving a vehicle with a BAC higher than 0.05% is against the law in France and you will be deemed as ‘driving under the influence’. Keep in mind that there are stricter penalties for those who drink and drive and are under the legal drinking age. In France, you must be at least 18 to drink.

What is the most popular type of rental car in France?

29% of momondo users preferred to rent a Compact when visiting France, making it the most popular type of car to rent in the country. Although rental car prices in France will vary by city and rental agency, you can expect to pay an average of $34 per day for a Compact.

How much does gasoline cost in France?

On average, the price of gas last week in France was $5.98 per gallon. According to our data, France has neither the most expensive nor the cheapest gas prices in the world. Kuwait currently has the least expensive at $1.29 per gallon, while Hong Kong has the most expensive at $8.56 per gallon. Keep in mind that gas prices change regularly and may be different during your travel dates.

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