Several car hire companies including Europcar, Hertz, Budget, Avis etc can be found inside the terminal building. Their desks are located in the pedestrian tunnels linking the terminal building to level B and C of the Multi-storey car park.
Europcar at Rome Fiumicino Airport are located at:
Address: Europcar Fiumicino Airport
Fiumicino International (Leonardo da Vinci) Airport
Rome (Roma) 00054
Telephone: +39 06 65761211
Fax: +39 06 65954557
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 0700 – 2400, An out of hour’s service may be available at extra charge.
When compiling this information Europcar had by far the best selection of vehicles for hire at Fiumicino Airport. A 1 week in hire in July 2009 for a Fiat Panda 1.2 Dynamic with AC cost 223.00 Euro.
Other Fiumicino Car Rentals include a MINI COOPER D SALT 1.6 110CV DS with AC for 331.00 Euro up to a Luxury Audi A6 V8 4.2 FSI 4 at 871.80 Euro and a Mercedes MB SLK 200K at 993.40 Euro.
Europcar online quoted prices also included the following:
- Unlimited mileage
- Road Tax & License Fees (LAF)
- Collision Damage Waiver (excess may apply) CDW
- Theft Waiver (Excess may apply) THW
- Airport/Railway Station Surcharge
- VAT included
You can get more information at www.europcar.com. where special offers may be available for online bookings.
The Europcar Fiumicino prices quoted were for book and pay online, for the book and pay on arrival option the price was around 10% higher. All vehicles come with a full tank of fuel and are required to be returned the same.
Europcar Rome also have a Privilege card available if you hire from the provider frequently this includes, Faster online booking and company rates guarantee (if applicable), Instant customer recognition service throughout network and Discounts (from 10% to 25%) at Mercure & Novotel and other special advantages in Accor hotels.
Please be aware of the driving regulations when traveling to Rome for your vacation or business visit as the police may issue on the spot fines if you disobey. Please see the list below for a brief outline.
- Speed limit on Motorways 130km per hour – Raised to 150Km on some roads.
- Speed limit on Duel Carriageways 110km per hour
- Out of town open roads 90km per hour
- Town roads 50km per hour
Please note the Italian highway authorities have recently installed speed cameras on major highways that clock your average driving speed between cameras and automatically issue a large fine by computer. If you are a tourist visiting and get caught by these cameras it can be expensive and you may find your credit card charged weeks after your visit for the offence.