|€15/day||Economy estate car|
|€17/day||Compact estate car|
|€21/day||Intermediate estate car|
|€39/day||Standard estate car|
|€63/day||Supplier choice coupe|
|€67/day||Supplier choice saloon|
|€74/day||Full-size estate car|
|€158/day||Luxury estate car|
|€195/day||Supplier choice SUV|
On average a car hire in Czech Republic costs €160 per day.
Mini (Fiat Panda or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Czech Republic.
In the past 72 hours, the cheapest car hires were found at Global Rent A Car (€23/day), RENTIS (€29/day) and Budget (€29/day).
Based on ratings and reviews from real users on KAYAK, the best car hire company in Czech Republic is Budget (7.8, 188 reviews).
Take a look at our extensive car hire location map to find the best car hire deals near you.
Based on car searches on KAYAK, the most popular cities to rent a car in Czech Republic are Prague (91% of total searches of users looking to rent a car in Czech Republic), Ostrava (6%) and Brno (2%).
On average hiring a car in Czech Republic costs €151 per week (€22 per day).
On average a car hire in Czech Republic costs €649 per month (€22 per day).
When you rent a car in Czech Republic, you will need to drive on the right, overtake on the left, and always give way to the right. During daylight hours, you are required to use dimmed headlights. If you are driving on an expressway or highway—because they are toll roads, you are required to purchase a toll sticker. These vignette toll stickers are available to buy at post offices, border posts, petrol stations, and at all Ustrední Automotoklub Ceské Republiky (UAMK) branch offices.
If you want to rent a car in Czech Republic, you have to be 21 years old and have possessed your driving license for at least two years. Any drivers under the age of 25 may be liable to pay a young driver surcharge. If any driver is over 60 years old, they must provide a valid medical certificate when collecting the rental car. You can use both an international license and an EU driving license to rent a car in the country.
You can expect to pay around 33.28 Kč ($1.47) per liter of petrol in Czech Republic. The network of petrol stations in Czech Republic is dense, and they all offer petrol. These petrol stations are known as "benzín" in Czech. You will need to pay for the petrol at the kiosk, as payment is not accepted at the pump.
The speed limits in Czech Republic are as follows: in residential areas, the limit can vary from 30 km/h (18 mph) to 50 km/h (31 mph), or otherwise signposted; on national roads, the maximum speed limit is 90 km/h (56 mph); and on highways and expressways, the limit is 130 km/h (80 mph). The local police can issue on-the-spot fines and may demand immediate payment of fines, which cost up to $220 (5000 Kč).