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Cheap car rentals in Rome

Avis
Budget
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enterprise
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With B-Rent

Citroen C1

Citroen C1
4
4
M
$ 34/ day
With B-Rent

Fiat 500

Fiat 500
4
2
M
$ 34/ day
With B-Rent

Fiat Panda

Fiat Panda
4
4
M
$ 34/ day
With B-Rent

Citroen C3

Citroen C3
5
4
M
$ 35/ day
With Edilfar Rent

Toyota Aygo

Toyota Aygo
4
5
A
$ 36/ day
With Edilfar Rent

SMART 2017 fortwo

SMART 2017 fortwo
2
2
A
$ 44/ day

Car Rental Companies in Rome

Cheapest
Rhodium
From $ 13.81/ day
Italy Car Rent
From $ 22.65/ day
From $ 33/ day
From $ 34.30/ day

Car Types

CAR TYPE
MIN. PRICE
AV. PRICE
Economy
$ 12.39 /day
$ 69.64 /day
Mini
$ 12.12 /day
$ 81.22 /day
Standard
$ 35.54 /day
$ 213.95 /day
Compact
$ 14.12 /day
$ 109.11 /day
Intermediate
$ 18.71 /day
$ 112.65 /day
Fullsize
$ 56.92 /day
$ 181.55 /day
Luxury
$ 113.91 /day
$ 215.37 /day
Premium
$ 35.81 /day
$ 506.47 /day
Special
$ 214.80 /day
$ 258.75 /day

Fuel type available

FUEL TYPE
MIN. PRICE
AV. PRICE
Unspecified Fuel/Power
$ 12.12 /day
$ 169.51 /day
Diesel
$ 17.81 /day
$ 116.15 /day
Hybrid
$ 30.16 /day
$ 63.11 /day
Unspecified Fuel/Power No Aircon
$ 250.12 /day
$ 290.33 /day

Compare and make a conscious choice

Citroen C1

Citroen C1
4
4
M
Better deal with:   B-Rent
Pick-up: Rome - Monteverde
CAR TYPE: Mini
From $ 34 /day

Fiat 500

Fiat 500
4
2
M
Better deal with:   B-Rent
Pick-up: Rome - Monteverde
CAR TYPE: Mini
From $ 34 /day

Fiat Panda

Fiat Panda
4
4
M
Better deal with:   B-Rent
Pick-up: Rome - Monteverde
CAR TYPE: Mini
From $ 34 /day

Citroen C3

Citroen C3
5
4
M
Better deal with:   B-Rent
Pick-up: Rome - Monteverde
CAR TYPE: Economy
From $ 35 /day

Toyota Aygo

Toyota Aygo
4
5
A
Better deal with:   Edilfar Rent
Pick-up: Rome - Via Gian Giacomo Porro
CAR TYPE: Mini
From $ 36 /day

SMART 2017 fortwo

SMART 2017 fortwo
2
2
A
Better deal with:   Edilfar Rent
Pick-up: Rome - Aurelia
CAR TYPE: Mini
From $ 44 /day

Volkswagen Golf

Volkswagen Golf
5
4
M
Better deal with:   Alamo
Pick-up: Рим, Летище Ciampino
CAR TYPE: Compact
From $ 53 /day

Car Rental in Rome

Find the best online deals by comparing top rates at Virail. With search filters covering the cost, vehicle type, and duration, you'll find the perfect car rental in Rome. What's more, by comparing the best car hire options on your behalf, Virail will save you time and money. There are 57.3 daily car rental deals available right now in Rome. No matter where you're traveling or how complicated your booking, let Virail do the hard work for you. Just type in your travel dates for a full break-down of available choices in Rome. You can then add extras or further filter your results with Virail's smart booking tool. We believe that car rental should be hassle-free, so secure the best deals in Rome with Virail.

How much are car rentals in Rome?

The price depends on where, when, and for how long you're booking your rental. As a general rule of thumb, it’s more cost-effective to book your rental for a round-trip. You can, of course, book one-way rentals if that’s more convenient. This is particularly useful for road trips. At a minimum, you can pick up a car rental in Rome for as low as $ 14.20. However, on average, you can expect to spend $ 199.33 on a rental car. Just use our handy search tool to find the best prices. Lastly, it always pays to book in advance. Nonetheless, you can also find great last-minute deals with our price comparison tool. Use Virail to save money on your next car rental.

What car rental companies can I choose from in Rome?

At Virail, we compare the most reputable and reliable rental companies. That way, you'll always find the best option available in Rome. As such, you can choose from 25 different companies in Rome. Rest assured, we only select professional and dependable companies. By offering all of these options, we allow you to access the widest possible fleet of vehicles. Just type in your search dates to get automatic access to these companies in Rome.

How many pick up stations are available in Rome and where are they located?

Picking up your vehicle is easy through Virail. For a stress-free rental pick-up and drop-off, ensure you have everything you need. That includes a driving license, passport, and credit card. What's more, you'll want to opt for the most convenient spot in Rome. You can choose from 45 pick-up locations in Rome. These include the following easy to find options: Rome Fiumicino Airport, Рим, Летище Fiumicino, Rome Ciampino Airport, Rome - Termini Train Station, Rome - Via Tuscolana, Rome - Via dei Sardi, Rome - Aurelia, Рим, Termini ЖП Гара, Rome - Tiburtina Train Station, Rome - Piazza Francesco Vivona. For the closest and most convenient location, remember to search using your postcode.

How many car categories are available in Rome?

Pick up the right car for your needs for a comfortable and efficient journey. For city trips, it may be best to opt for a compact, easily maneuverable vehicle. Long destinations, particularly cross-country trips, benefit from larger vehicles with adequate space. There are 9 different car categories available for rental in Rome. These include Economy, Mini, Standard, Compact, Intermediate, Fullsize, Luxury, Premium, Special. Before choosing your vehicle, think about whether you need a compact, economy, or more luxurious car.

What car types can I hire in Rome?

At Virail, you'll get access to a range of vehicles in hundreds of locations worldwide. In Rome, the following options are available for rental: . Before choosing your car type, think about your trip's essentials, like passengers, space, and comfort.

What fuel types can I choose from in Rome?

You can pick between 4 different fuel types in Rome. These include Unspecified Fuel/Power, Diesel, Hybrid, Unspecified Fuel/Power No Aircon. You can choose your preferred rental at the point of booking. If you don't choose, be sure to verify what fuel type you have at the pick-up desk. What's more, you'll want to pick a fuel policy that suits you. You can choose from like-to-like, full-to-full, and several pre-paid options.

What car transmission types are available in Rome?

When leasing a new or used vehicle, one of the things you should definitely consider is the transmission of the car. It goes without saying that the car transmission type depends on the kind of rental you opt for. There are 2 types of transmissions and they are Manual, Auto. Select the one you are most comfortable with and have a safe journey!

Most Frequently Asked Questions From Our Users

How can I hire a rental car in Rome?

Booking a car rental in Rome is simple with Virail’s straightforward comparison tool. Simply type in your travel dates and destination for a full breakdown of costs. Virail will help you finalise your booking, showcasing options within your budget. You can add several extra filters to your search to help find the perfect car. Continue with your booking by clicking on your chosen vehicle. This way, you'll always get the best deal

Which documents do I need to rent a car?

Car rental companies enforce their own requirements. However, this general list is often expected from all companies at pick- up: - Driving license (or international driver’s permit) - Passport (or other ID) - Credit card with driver’s name - Proof of address

Which documents do I need to rent a car?

Car rental companies enforce their own requirements. However, this general list is often expected from all companies at pick- up: - Driving license (or international driver’s permit) - Passport (or other ID) - Credit card with driver’s name - Proof of address

Is an International Driver's Permit needed in Rome?

An international driver's permit (IDP) is a translation of a domestic license, allowing the holder to drive in another country. You may require an international driving permit (or IDP) to drive in certain nations. This depends entirely on the country you're visiting and how long you're staying. To claim an IDP, you'll need a valid local driving license. Some countries, like the United States, require an IDP for non- English licenses. What's more, countries have varying agreements with one another, so IDP conditions differ by location. In general, European countries demand only a driver's license and passport. Despite these rules, many car rental companies still ask for an IDP for insurance reasons. Always check with your government for up- to- date IDP instructions.

How can I choose the right rental car?

Everyone has different needs, so there's no single perfect rental car. Here are a few things to take into account when you're searching:

Can I rent a car for someone else?

If more than one person will be driving during your trip, make sure you meet these conditions:

The additional driver will need a set of valid paperwork, just like the main driver. The main driver – that is to say, you – will need to collect the car, sign the agreement, and use your credit card for the security deposit. Remember that you will be responsible for the car, as you have signed the agreement. You may have to pay an extra fee for an additional driver. Check with your rental company.

Can I get a rental car with unlimited mileage?

You can often choose unlimited mileage when booking. However, most companies place a standard cap on the number of miles allowed in a day. This information will be clear in your Virail search. Don't get caught out on these restrictions, and ensure you're looking at the correct pricing.

Can I rent a car for someone else?

If more than one person will be driving during your trip, make sure you meet these conditions:

The additional driver will need a set of valid paperwork, just like the main driver. The main driver – that is to say, you – will need to collect the car, sign the agreement, and use your credit card for the security deposit. Remember that you will be responsible for the car, as you have signed the agreement. You may have to pay an extra fee for an additional driver. Check with your rental company.

What kind of insurance should I buy for my hire car?

Most rental car companies provide insurance as standard. This typically covers loss or collision damage waivers. This basic insurance will cover you against repairs or losses based on collision or theft. However, always check the small print before you drive away. Things to look out for include excess insurance, uncovered areas, and unwanted extras. Sometimes, personal or travel insurance covers similar bases, so review your own policies before opting for new ones.

Should I inspect my rental car before signing anything?

Yes. It's always a good idea to inspect a hire car before you sign the lease agreement. If you spot any marks or existing damage, take a photo. The car hire company should record this information, but it's worth having your own photo evidence, just in case.