The rental car counters at Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) are situated in each terminal. Here you can reserve a vehicle at Enterprise, Budget or Sixt. Interrent and Thrifty also have some exceptional deals.
There are always times when plans change. That’s why we give your money back on most bookings if you let us know six hours ahead of the collection time. Remember to double-check your rental agreement — there are some cases where it’s not included. Can’t find the details there? Our Customer Service Portal is always available to help.
Most visitors opt for economy vehicles in Paris. Drivers love them because they’re good on gas and affordable. Plus, their smaller size makes them well-suited to cities, where streets are busy and parking can be a challenge. But your options don’t stop there. Compacts, mid-size and full-size cars are up for grabs too. Whether you’re sticking around Paris or headed beyond, we’ll have a ride that suits your needs.
From our exclusive offers to our member prices and rewards programme, you’re sure to save when you rent a car with Expedia. And with suppliers in Paris to select from, you have plenty of choice when it comes to finding the perfect ride. But we don’t just have outstanding rates on rental cars. Hotels, flights and activities can be added to your itinerary to create your dream Paris holiday package. Bundle more and save more!
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Paris requires drivers to be at least 21 to be able to rent a car. However, young drivers will be subject to a surcharge and some restrictions on choice. Most companies impose a young renter fee in addition to the car rental rate. This covers the extra risk of damage or accident. While many car categories (like compact and mid-size) are available to young drivers, restrictions generally apply to luxury and specialty cars.
The essentials are your driver’s license and a credit card in your name. Most car rental companies will offer you insurance, which is optional. But you may be asked to provide proof of other coverage if you choose to opt out. Make sure you check your policy requirements to avoid any hassles.
In Paris and around France, people drive on the right-hand side of the road. While this is the same as in the U.S, you’ll need to be aware of any different traffic laws.
Certainly. But we recommend you also apply for an International Driving Permit. With one of those and your U.S. license, you’ll have all the bases covered for driving in and around Paris.
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Yes, so you won’t need to rebook a rental vehicle halfway through your holiday. Check out our long-term car rental deals page, enter your information and secure a set of wheels that’s all yours for however long you want.