Sixt's car hire deals in Romania all come with 900 free kilometres, no matter which vehicle category you choose. Families can take advantage of a spacious estate or 4x4, while parties of friends may opt to hire a minibus. Alternatively, choose an economy model to make your holiday budget go further, or travel in style with a luxury make such as BMW or Mercedes-Benz.
Your car hire in Romania can also be tailored to suit your needs with our range of optional extras, which you can book when you reserve your rental car. If you're here for the skiing, you can include snow chains or a ski rack. Child seats are a wise option if you're travelling with children, as those under 12 are not allowed to travel in the front of the car and must be properly restrained. If you're new to the area, you may also want to add Sat Nav. Our full range of extras can be explored when you book your rental vehicle.
Credit Card Bookings
It's quick and easy to book your car rental in Romania by credit card. We accept all major cards including Visa, Eurocard/ Mastercard and American Express. We aren't able to accept prepaid or debit cards such as Visa Electron. Please note that if you are reserving a car from categories FDMR, FDAR or PFAR you will be required to produce two credit cards.
Driving Licence Requirements
To rent a car in Romania you will need a valid driving licence and passport or ID card. If the driver is different from the person hiring the car, they will need to show the same documentation. Corporate customers will also need to provide a VAT number. If your home country is not part of the Geneva/ Vienna Convention on Road Traffic you will also need supply a Self Translation Form, which Sixt can provide you with, along with your original driving licence.
To hire a car in Romania you must be aged 18 or over and have held your licence for at least one year. However, drivers aged under 25 will have to pay a daily surcharge to rent certain categories of car.
If you are involved in a traffic accident while driving in Romania, you can contact the police, ambulance and fire services by calling 112 from any telephone including mobile, free of charge.