Whatever you need from car hire in the Netherlands, we at Sixt hope to accommodate you. This begins with our fleet of rental vehicles, which offers a wide variety of car categories, from convenient city cars to roomy saloons, estates and 4x4s. We also offer a prestigious range of sports cars and convertibles, from some of the world's best known manufacturers. In addition, our car hire deals in the Netherlands give you the option of a range of extras to make your driving experience more personal to you. These include child seats for those travelling with children, Sat-Nav for anyone who doesn't know their way round the country, and insurance for additional drivers in your party. All of our extras can be booked when you reserve your car hire in the Netherlands.
Booking by Credit Card
Booking in advance by credit card is the easiest way to reserve our car hire deals in the Netherlands. We accept all major internationally recognised credit cards, as well as Airplus. However, Visa Electron and similar debit or prepaid cards cannot be accepted. You will be required to show your credit card when you collect your rental vehicle.
Your Driving License
You must show a valid driving license and passport or ID card to collect your rental car. UK and EU licenses are accepted, as are licenses from non-EU countries except Switzerland, as long as you have been in Europe for less than six months, in which case you'll need an EU license. An International driving license will also be required if your own license isn't written in the Roman Alphabet, and customers from countries which are not part of the international driving license treaty must also show an official translation along with their original license.
You must be aged at least 21 and have held your license for at least two years to rent a car in the Netherlands. The minimum age may vary depending on the category of your rental vehicle. Please check with your Sixt branch at the time when you make your booking. A surcharge will apply if you are aged under 25.
In the event of an emergency in the Netherlands, such as if you are involved in a road traffic accident, you can contact the police, ambulance and fire services by calling 112.