|Car types||Compact, Compact SUV, Compact estate car, Economy, Intermediate, Intermediate SUV, Mini, Passenger van, Supplier choice|
|Popular agencies||OK RENT A CAR , Italy Car Rent, SURPRICE CAR RENTAL , Sixt|
|Compact estate car||€37/day|
Some car hire companies in Rome which have updated their car rental health and safety policies due to COVID-19 to make sure vehicles are clean and disinfected include Hertz, Europcar and Budget
On average a hire car in Rome costs €20 per day.
In the past 72 hours, the cheapest car hires were found at OK RENT A CAR (€21/day), SURPRICE CAR RENTAL (€22/day) and Italy Car Rent (€36/day). In the last 72 hours the cheapest hire car price was found at OK RENT A CAR Via Portuense 2385 00054 (25 kilometres from the city centre).
The average price of fuel in Rome is €6.18 per litre over the past 30 days. Filling up a tank of fuel costs between €74 and €99, depending on the car size.
Mini (Fiat 500 or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Rome.
Car hire companies that offer shuttle or pick-up services from Fiumicino airport to off-airport locations include INTERRENT, SICILY BY CAR, Centauro, Hertz, Goldcar Rental SP, Sixt, GREEN MOTION, Europcar, Budget and MAGGIORE.
Car hire companies that offer shuttle or pick-up services from Ciampino airport to off-airport locations include INTERRENT, SICILY BY CAR, Centauro, Hertz, Goldcar Rental SP, Sixt, GREEN MOTION, Europcar, Budget and MAGGIORE.
Take a look at our extensive car hire location map to find the best car hire deals near you.
A Mini car hire in Rome costs €11 per day, on average.
A Intermediate car hire in Rome costs €17 per day, on average.
A Luxury car hire in Rome costs €123 per day, on average.
In Rome, cars are most frequently rented at Goldcar Rental SP Autonoleggiatori' Via Mario Mameli, snc (15 km from city centre ).
On average hiring a car in Rome costs €137 per week (€20 per day).
On average a car hire in Rome costs €587 per month (€20 per day).
As the streets in Rome are very narrow and parking lots are hard to find, opt for a smaller car like a Mini or a Fiat 500. If you want to explore the surrounding countryside and park your car outside the city, an SUV is a good choice, as Italian country roads can have potholes.
Speed limits, unless otherwise indicated, are 31 mph (50 kph) in residential areas, 68 mph (110 kph) on countryside highways and 80 mph (130 kph) on freeways. Always adhere to the speed limits as the Italian police are very strict with speed regulation and fines can be high. Speed cameras are also commonly used in Italy.
The average petrol price in Rome is around €1.60 per liter (which is about $1.80 per ¼ gallon). On Sundays, many petrol stations are not attended but machines can be paid with credit card. If you pay with cash, make sure you fill up with an exact amount, i.e. €20, €30, etc., as the machines often don’t give change.
Unless your hotel has a parking space included, it is not wise to attempt finding a parking space in the city, as they are hard to find and are often reserved for locals. Choose a P+R outside the center and close to a metro station, such as the P+R Batistini, P+R Valle Aurelio, or the P+R Laurentina. With only around €2 ($2.25) per 12 hours, they are also a priceworthy option. Parking lots close to the Old Town are also a possibility, but, with a rate of up to €40 ($45) per day, are a rather expensive solution.