The driving licence requirements in Estonia state that you must be at least 18 years old to drive, and have a full driving licence valid in your country of residence.
To hire a car in Estonia, you must be at least 21 years old (age may vary by car category) and have held your licence for one year. Drivers under the age of 25 may incur a young driver surcharge.
Tallin to Parnu - 129 kms (2hours)
Tartu to Kunda - 153kms (2hours/30mins)
General Estonia driving information, laws, rules and regulations:
Driving in Estonia is done on the right-hand side of the road.
Seat belts are mandatory when driving a hire car in Estonia.
It is prohibited to overtake a tram that is letting passengers off.
Drivers are to carry a valid driver's licence, registration documents and insurance documents at all times while driving.
Dipped headlights must be used during in the day
Petrol stations in Estonia generally open from 8 am to 8 pm with some stations in major cities and on the motorways open 24 hours.
There are no tolls in Estonia.
Some areas of Estonia have established 'Pay and Display' parking. In these areas you will need to purchase a disc or ticket from a meter to display on the dashboard of your car hire. Illegally parked cars will have a wheel clamp placed on them.
There are fees for domestic one-way car hire, except for rentals between different locations in the city of Tallinn. International one-ways to Denmark, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania and Sweden can be arranged for an additional fee. If you plan to drive with an Estonia car hire, you can pick it up in one location and return it to a different one, but there are some restrictions that you need to check with your car hire supplier.
When you book a car hire in Tallinn, it is important to look at some of the above Estonia driving information, rules and regulations about driving a car to ensure you have the safest possible journey.
*Rates shown are per day, based upon a 7-day car hire. Taxes and additional surcharges may apply.