₹ 923 - ₹ 15,130
₹ 1,421 - ₹ 3,978
The cheapest time to rent a car in Paris is in August. The price is 41% lower than the rest of the year at just INR 2,415 per day. The most expensive month is December. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider renting an economy car in January. The price of a car rental in Paris can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your rental car.
|Most popular||Autoclick Rent A Car||Autoclick Rent A Car gives you the cheapest deals in 2 locations around the city|
|Most locations||Sunnycars||Sunnycars gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 45 locations|
|Gare du Nord||20.4 km|
|Gare de L'Est||20.5 km|
|Cimetière de Montmartre||21.2 km|
|Opéra Garnier||22.3 km|
|Gare de Lyon||22.7 km|
|Place d'Italie||11.8 km|
|Gare de Lyon||13.3 km|
|Luxembourg Gardens||13.4 km|
|Notre Dame||14.2 km|
|Tour Eiffel||15.6 km|
|Cimetière de Montmartre||65 km|
|Palais des Congres de Paris||65 km|
|Arc De Triomphe||66 km|
|Gare du Nord||66 km|
|Gare de L'Est||67 km|
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This January we have run 109 searches for car rental in Paris for momondo users.
Alamo, Europcar, and Avis were the most popular suppliers in Paris for next month.
Users search for automatic cars 17% of the time in Paris. To rent an automatic in Paris next month can cost as low as ₹ 2,056 - the equivalent best deal for a manual car is ₹ 885.
The speed limit for cars, vans and motorcycles in Paris is 130 km/h, which applies to motorways and expressways. 80 km/h is the limit on single carriageways and 50 km/h is the limit for cities and other urban areas.
When driving in general, it is best to avoid alcohol; the limit is 0.1% BAC to be considered safe and legally driving your vehicle in Paris.
If you were wondering how good the roads are in Paris, they rank no. 7 in the world, scoring 6.1, with 1 being low and 7 high. IN, in comparison, ranks no. 61 with a score of 4. The quality of the roads around the country will vary; this score simply acts as a comparison.
The side of the road drivers use in Paris is the right.