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Car Rental in Lithuania

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Car Rental in Lithuania

To rent a vehicle in Lithuania, you will need:

  • A valid driver's license;
  • Minimum 1-5 years of driving experience (depending on service providers);
  • Proof of Identity;
  • Credit card (smaller firms accept debit cards as well);

At the time of taking your car, you also will be asked to leave a refundable deposit. All of the services provide insurance option, collision damage waiver, theft protection etc. Almost everywhere a young driver surcharge applies (for the most part <25).

Speed limits are in kilometres per hour, and are as follows:

  • Towns - 50kph/31mph.
  • Major roads - 90kph/55mph.
  • Highways - April 1st - October 31st 110kph/68mph. November 1st - March 31st 90kph/55mph.
  • Expressway - April 1st - October 31st 130kph/80mph. November 1st - March 31st 110kph/68mph.

Drive in Lithuania is on the right.

CityBee alternative option to rent a car almost wherever you are only by using the app. Fees are as low as 19 EUR/cent for a minute. First 50 km are free, after that every additional kilometer counts as a minute. Very useful and affordable for short trips.

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