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Hertz Rome Fiumicino Airport
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Hertz Car Hire at Fiumicino Airport (Leonardo de Vinci) is available from the Hertz desk which is located on the Pedestrian tunnel between the levels B and C of the Multi story car park.
Please follow the signs from your arrivals area which is easily followed.
Hertz Car Hire at Rome Fiumicino Airport
Hertz Fiumicino Airport
Leonardo da Vinci Airport
Rome (Roma) 00054
Telephone: +39 06 65011553 / +39 06 65954143
Fax: +39 06 6529119
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 0700 – 2400
You can get further information at www.hertz.com. Remember if phoning remember to keep the zero in the city code. Don't drop the zero as is normal when dialling.
Currently the Hertz Special Services at This Location:
- Child Seats
- Hand Controls
- Hertz NeverLost
- Prestige Service
- Gold Customer Service
The Hertz Skierized option comes with ski rack, snow tires and ice scrapers. It is wise to pre book for any of the above to avoid disappointment, at the time of writing June 09 there was only a Ford Mondeo or an Alfa Romeo available as luxury models.
If you are new to the city it may be wise to hire a Hertz Neverlost navigation system to stop you getting stressed on your journey, or perhaps bring your own as most of the modern Garmin and Tom Toms have all European cities loaded as standard.
Make sure that you are familiar with all of the vehicles controls before venturing onto the busy Italian roads, and remember to drive on the right.
Also remember that Italian drink driving laws are stricter than in the UK with only 0.5 milligrams of alcohol per millilitre of blood allowed, the UK is 0.8.
Also be sure that a Visibility Vests is supplied with the Hertz hire car as these are now compulsory in France, Italy, Austria, Belgium, Norway, Portugal and Spain.
The maximum speed limit on the Motorways is 130km per hour, with other roads varying from duel carriageways 110km per hour and open roads 90km per hour. In towns the limit is reduced to 50km per hour but it is wise to check the road signs as exceeding these limits may result in a heavy on the spot fine.
I have used Italian Airport Guide on a number of occasions and have consistentlyreceived good service. Recommended......
Julie Simpson UK