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Prague car rental reviews
Real reviews on local car hires in Czechia
Skoda Octavia Kombi in Czechia
Skoda Fabia Ii in Czechia
I liked everything, very comfortable, thank you
Kia Ceed Sw in Czechia
Everything was perfect, no issues at all. I left a positive review on google. Cheers
Skoda Fabia in Czechia
My experience with LocalCarHires rate 5 out 5. Very quick service with no any problems at all.
Skoda Rapid in Czechia
There were no problems with renting. The car was brought to the hotel, clean and with a full tank. The landlord was always in touch. Took the car at a convenient place for us. Regarding the car: the check caught fire, but no breakdowns came out. We reached the place safely and returned the car. It is a pity that the coronavirus and the closure of the borders introduced their own adjustments, did not ride a lot ((
Fiat Ducato in Czechia
We were given a dirty car. The car was dirty inside and out !! When asked why the car is so dirty: the manager will wash it ourselves. How do you like this? In general, the car was normal.
Skoda Scala in Czechia
Everything is fine with the rental 👌 As always, everything is on the level! We use not the first and not the last time.
Kia Rio in Czechia
Everything was great! Didn't think about taking the pictures. Car was clean, with no issues during the way in and back to Prague. Definitely will recommend to friends and rent it again!
Skoda Fabia Iii in Czechia
Everything has very good. 5* thanks
Prague city car rental prices
Car rental prices in city of Prague vary throughout the year depending on the season and the rental length in days. We’ll list the final rental price, including extras and insurance policies of your choice on your rental voucher in EUR. With us, you always know the exact amount that must be paid on pick up in Prague city.
Depends on your travel needs. In general a 2.0 mid-size car will help you make the most of your trip to Czech Republic.
Some rental companies in Prague have no deposit rental car offerings or accept debit cards for deposit. Make sure you have enough money on your debit card to lay down a deposit.
Yes, some companies in Prague have car rental offerings without deposit required.
Rental companies do their best to supply the exact car that you booked in Prague. Every effort will be made to provide the specified make and model of the vehicle. However, in an unlikely case, it may be necessary to supply you with a model from the same or a higher class of cars during your travel to Prague.
Most rental companies in Prague will not hold a car for a specific client unless the client has committed to renting it (i.e. prepaid it). We don't require full payment, but we do collect a small deposit as a commitment that you're willing to rent a car in Prague. This way, we may guarantee that the selected vehicle will be reserved for your car hire. If you change your plans, you can cancel for free up to 24 hours before pickup in Prague (subject to the rental company's Terms).
Third Party Liability (TPL) – provided for free with 100% cars. Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) – provided for free for 70% of the cars. Super Collision Damage Waiver – provided for free for 15% of the cars.
Some rental companies in Prague allow car rentals to customers aged 21+ without any additional fees.
Most car hires in Prague ask for a deposit at pick up. Deposit sums in local car hires vary depending on the company and the car class. Expensive cars will ask for a higher deposit than the economy ones. All Deposits are taken to cover the costs of possible expenses. If no costs to the Rental company occur, the Deposit will be fully refunded.
3/4 of rental cars in Prague have unlimited mileage. Those who restrict the number of kilometres usually set it at 200 km per day. The price for extra km varies. Payment for any extra mileage will have to be made on return, unless you purchased Unlimited Mileage when booking.
You should definitely NOT. If a car rental provider has no legal entity, they don't provide proper rental insurance and have no legal right for such activities. Plus, they have no corporate reputation to lose so any surprises can happen on the return of the car.
We operate with a number of car rental companies in Prague, each with their own terms, conditions, charges, and fees. Most important, the terms and conditions are displayed during booking and fixed in your rental Voucher.
Most rental companies in Prague offer the possibility to cross the national border with Austria. Sometimes additional fees may apply to cover extra insurance and taxes.
Yes, most rental companies allow driving their cars to Germany, but they may choose to charge you (see the terms while booking) for cross-border travel and additional fees may apply to cover extra insurance policies, taxes, etc. Many customers who rent a car in Prague travel to Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, Dubrovnik, Katowice, Krakow, Milan, Munich, Paris, Salzburg, Vienna, Wroclaw, Zagreb and Zurich.
If you wish to rent a vehicle with automatic transmission, look for the Automatic TM displayed on a car page. When searching for a car, you can also use our search filters to hide all manual cars and display cars with Automatic TM only.
Car rental prices in Prague are based on a 24-hour time period, e.g. if you reserve and pick up your car rental at 10:00 you will have to drop it off the next day at 10:00 the latest so you don't get charged for an additional day. The number of hours that a car rental company in Prague will wait for a delayed return is entirely at their discretion.
We clearly indicate which vehicles are diesel. In most cases, if a diesel vehicle is selected, a diesel vehicle will be provided.
In case you injure other road users or damage someone’s property while you’re driving in Prague, TPL insurance will pay these costs. TPL does not cover any damage to the driver’s own rental car. Unlike many countries in Europe, TPL insurance is NOT required by the laws of Prague.
This popular route across Czech Republic could be easily done within a week. Prague > Karlovy Vary > Marianske Lazni > Plzen > Ceski Krumlov > Prague
Our cheapest car to rent in Prague would be a Škoda Citigo manual, 1.0, Petrol.
CDW insurance reduces your liability to your own rental car in case you cause a collision accident in Prague (that is YOUR fault). CDW sets the maximum amount of money you will have to pay for potential damages. Without CDW, you could be liable for the full cost of the rental vehicle if it were to be damaged. With CDW, you won’t have to pay the full cost of repairs, only contribute to them up to an agreed level. Note that the rental car's wheels, tyres, glass, underbody, roof, keys, locks and aerials are often not covered by the CDW in Prague.
Super CDW (or Full Damage Waiver as some companies call it) cover the car parts that aren’t covered by the CDW (often, the windows, wheels or tyres are not covered by the standard CDW in Prague). Full insurance may also reduce the returnable Security Deposit and/or Excess so you may be required to leave a lower deposit amount at pick-up or even not pay anything for your own fault damages.
The car rental insurance is always provided by the car rental company.
Yes. Many rental companies in Prague offer free deliveries to the main railway / bus stations in Prague.
Yes. Additional delivery charges may apply whether on pick-up or return. Some rental companies in Prague may offer free deliveries to some hotels and locations in Prague when the rental duration is over a certain amount of days.
Go to your Bookings page after your rental has ended and click "Leave a Review" to rate your experience. Should you wish to discuss any issues that occurred during your car rental in Prague, please contact us and allow us to investigate the matter.
Yes, rental companies in Prague allow one day car rentals, although the same cars may be less expensive to rent for a period of at least 2-3 days.
International Driving License is not required, unless you do NOT have your name and credentials written in Latin letters in your domestic driving licence.