When you rent a car in the Czech Republic it will be supplied by well-known names such as BMW, Audi, Jaguar and Mercedes-Benz. Use our Sixt booking engine if you want a car hire in the Czech Republic with automatic transmission. Here you can also reserve child seats, arrange one-way car rentals or select from our range of optional extras.
Which car hire in the Czech Republic is right for me?
- Enjoy city driving in compact vehicles.
- Saloons are comfortable for motorway driving and ideal for weekend breaks.
- Estate cars and 4x4s hold up to five people with their luggage.
- Explore the countryside in luxurious sports cars or convertibles.
- Vans are useful for transporting business materials.
The Czech Republic accepts both EU driving licences and international licences of European non-residents. If your licence is in a non-Roman alphabet like Arabic, Russian or Chinese you also require an International Driver's Permit (IDP) obtained online or from Post Offices in the UK.
Foreign nationals under the age of 21 may rent vehicles in the Czech Republic provided they have held a licence for at least two years. This is subject to a surcharge. If you are over 60 you must present a valid medical certificate on collecting your rental car.
Credit Card Payment
When you rent a car in the Czech Republic you can pay by all major credit cards or AirPlus provided they are in the driver's name. Prepaid or debit cards like VISA Electron are not accepted.
Should you have an accident in the Czech Republic the European emergency number is 112.