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Frequently Asked Questions:Rent a car

We need: Driving licence, valid ID card or passport recognised by Spanish law and a credit card in the name of the main driver.

The documents required to rent a vehicle with us are:

  • Valid National Identity Card or Passport
  • Driving licence and, if necessary, an international driving licence (depending on where you come from).
  • Credit and/or debit card (the latter subject to conditions) in the name of the main driver.

Attached you will find the requirements set out in our CCGG in section 3. Drivers:
“3. Driver(s): The lessee and additional drivers must be at least 18 years of age and must present a European identity card or passport and driving licence, both documents must be valid for the entire rental period, in physical format, legible and in good condition and accepted by Spanish law. Current driving licences of EU and EEA (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) citizens are accepted by law and valid for driving in Spain. Licences issued in third countries will be accepted if they comply with the requirements of Article 21 of the General Regulations for Drivers; provided that the licence is in force, the holder is of the age required in Spain to obtain an equivalent Spanish licence and that no more than six months have elapsed since the holder acquired normal residence in Spain. In all other cases, it is necessary to present an international permit together with a valid driving licence issued by the country of origin. For further information, we recommend consulting the website of the Spanish Dirección General de Tráfico (DGT): DGT - Driving licences valid for driving in Spain or contact directly the consulate in Spain of the country of issue of your licence. It is the customer's responsibility to check whether their driving licence is valid for driving in Spanish territory. Driving licences will be accepted in electronic or digital format, in the official applications, but not in photographic format or as a copy.

Yes, you can take your vehicle to France, Portugal and Andorra by taking out our OK Premium Cover International. 

It is NOT compulsory to take out cover in order to leave Spain. If the customer wishes to contract our OPC and/or CAR and wishes to extend their cover to an international level, in this case they will have the option of contracting an international supplement (INT) which will extend the cover contracted with us (OPC and/or CAR) outside Spanish territory. 

On the other hand, if the customer does not wish to contract the cover with us and prefers to block the excess and deposit, they should be aware that in the event of a "possible" accident and/or mishap with the vehicle, the customer will be responsible for the costs that this may entail.

Permitted territory: The vehicle may only be driven within the national territory, the European Union, Andorra and Gibraltar, with the exception of Bulgaria, Romania, Albania and the United Kingdom. In the event of a cross-border crossing, the lessee must take out the INTERNATIONAL Supplement (INT) so that the lessee themselves, the passengers, if any, and the vehicle itself are covered (provided that normal use is made and not contrary to traffic regulations). In any case, the lessee must be aware of the requirements and permits for driving outside the national territory, and assume the contracting thereof. The Vehicle may not be taken on board or transported by any means of transport, except with the prior written authorisation of the Lessor. Please note that some of our vehicles have geolocators and if it is detected that they have exceeded the permitted territory, it will be considered a breach of contract, and the Lessor may charge the Lessee for damages caused, immediately terminating this contract for breach of contract by the Lessee and take appropriate legal action. The cost of this service is detailed in the attached Annex.

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