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    Driving in style on a motorway

    Auto Europe's luxury car hire will let you fulfil your dreams on the road! Before picking up your dream car, take a look at the infographic below. It will show you the specific models available in various European countries as well as the local motorway driving regulations. To book a luxury car hire please visit our luxury car hire booking engine.

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    Germany

    Do you dream of a Porsche 911 - Power: 294 kW - 400 hp, Top speed: 188mph? Among the wide range of luxury cars that you can rent in Germany, you will find the following brands: Mercedes, Porsche, Audi, BMW, Maserati, and many more. German motorways do not have tolls and on most of them, there is no speed limit. What a joy for speed lovers! Note: Winter equipment is mandatory throughout the country. Cars rented during the winter period are equipped with snow tyres.

    Austria

    It's no surprise you really want to drive a Mercedes GLK Power 225 kW -302 hp Top speed: 130 mph - during your stay in Austria! But beware, the speed limit on Austrian motorways is 130 km/h and radar checks are frequent. In case of speed violation, the fine must be paid on the spot. The maximum blood alcohol concentration is 0.5 g/l (0.1 g for drivers who have held their licence for less than two years). Beware of this threshold! Note that the cars on motorways are required to present a motorway sticker and be equipped with snow tyres during the winter season.

    Belgium

    For your next trip in Belgium, will you be driving an Audi A5 Sportback - Power: 200 kW - 272 hp, Top speed:155 mph? 120 km/h is the speed limit on motorways in Belgium. These motorways can be seen very clearly as they are illuminated at night except (to conserve energy) between 00:30 am and 05:30 am. There are no tolls on Belgian motorways. Note that the maximum blood alcohol concentration is 0.5 g/L. If this limit is breached, the fine is paid in cash under penalty of car immobilisation.

    France

    How do you think you would feel when driving a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta - Power: 545 kW - 741  hp, Top speed: 211 mph? With such a jewel of a car with a wonderful design, the experience is unique! In France you can also rent the following cars: Mercedes, Jaguar, BMW, Audi, Maserati, Porsche, Lamborghini, Rolls Royce and more. French motorways, as is well known, have tolls with the exception of some sections, and the speed limit is between 110 - 130 km/h. It is forbidden to drive with a blood alcohol concentration exceeding 0.5 g/L.

    United Kingdom

    On the streets of London, all eyes are on you when you drive an elegant Aston Martin. With Power: 380 kW - 517 hp and Top speed 183 mph, Aston Martin is one of the masterpieces in luxury motoring. Note that on the motorways and 2-lane roads, the speed limit is 70 mph (112 km/h). There are no road tolls except for a small number of sections. A congestion charge is obligatory for all vehicles within the Congestion Charge Zone in London. In addition, it is strictly forbidden to drive with a blood alcohol concentration greater than or equal to 0.5 g/L.

    Portugal

    Visit Faro and add a touch of prestige to your holiday! When driving a BMW M5 Series - Power: 225 kW - 306 hp, Top speed: 155 mph, you will be able to enjoy an unparalleled comfort, cutting edge technology and a modern design! Note: Portuguese motorways are very expensive and the speed limit is 120 km/h. Electronic tolls are indicated by warning signs with the text "Electronic Toll Only". The legal alcohol limit is 0.5 g/L.

    Driving in style on a motorway

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