$15 - $102
$15 - $39
The cheapest time to hire a car in Prague is in February. The price is 38% lower than the rest of the year at just AUD 15 per day. The most expensive month is December. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider hiring an economy car in January. The price of a car hire in Prague can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your rental car.
|Most popular||Rent Plus||Rent Plus gives you the cheapest deals in 2 locations around the city|
|Most locations||Sunnycars||Sunnycars gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 5 locations|
|Petřínská Rozhledna||9.6 km|
|Václavské náměstí||12.0 km|
|Prague Central Station||12.5 km|
|Prague Central Station||93 km|
|Václavské náměstí||94 km|
|Petřínská Rozhledna||96 km|
|Petřínská Rozhledna||106 km|
|Václavské náměstí||109 km|
|Prague Central Station||109 km|
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In January to date, 73 momondo users have searched for cheap car hire in Prague.
100% of these searches were looking for car hire from Václav Havel Prague. When hiring a car at Václav Havel Prague, the average price users found was $27 in February.
If you can be flexible with supplier location in Prague, you'll likely get the best deal from Budget, Global Rent A Car or Rent Plus.
One of the most popular search options in Prague is for automatic cars - 67% of searchers were looking for this. The best deal for a car hire with an automatic gearbox in Prague for February was $27, whereas for a manual vehicle the best deal was $159.
Speed limits for cars, vans and motorcycles in Prague vary according to road classification. The speed limit on a motorway is 130 km/h. The limit for a single carriageway is 90 km/h. Urban areas such as cities can see the limit reduced to 50 km/h. Always follow local signage and instructions as speed limits may change locally.
When driving in general, it is best to avoid alcohol; the limit is 0% BAC to be considered safe and legally driving your vehicle in Prague.
The road network in Prague has been scored 4 for its network quality (1 lowest, 7 highest). This puts it at no.69 in the world. In comparison AU ranks at no. 41 with a score of 4.7. Roads will vary significantly at regional level within a country so this score has been used simply as a guide or reference for comparison.
The right side of the road is used to drive on in Prague.