A self-drive holiday gives you the opportunity to explore further afield, it's no secret Italy offers some of the world's best coastal, country and mountain sceneries.

We can help you plan multi-centre holidays including the famous drives like Amalfi or the Stelvio Pass but also off the beaten track itineraries exploring hidden towns and villages.

We can provide different styles of cars to suit your requirements, from a small compact car to a 7 seater minibus and specialist cars on request.

Insurances included in the cost of your car hire 

CDW with excess, unlimited mileage for hires of under 28 days*, Third Party Insurance, Theft, Vat, airport fees and all local taxes.

SDEW - Super Damage Excess Waiver

For your peace of mind we include this cover in your car rental. 

Our SDEW (Super Damage Excess Waiver) covers damage to the vehicle in the event of an accident and providing the vehicle is used in accordance with the terms and conditions of the rental agreement, will enable you to claim back the insurance excess from us on your return. The SDEW also covers damage to the tyres, windows, windscreen, rear window, wing mirrors and passenger windows. This does not waive the requirement of the insurance excess deposit, required by credit card in the lead drivers name at the start of the hire the amount of which will be authorised and held aside for the duration of the hire.

To reclaim the Insurance Excess in the case of an accident where the DEW or SDEW is included then you must send us the following items;
1. Your Reference number
2. Rental Agreement
3, Damage Invoice
4. Supplier Accident Report (You must report all accidents/damage to the local supplier)
5. Police Report (if a third party is involved the accident must be reported to the police)
6. Customer Credit Card statement showing the transaction.

Additional Extras

Extra driver, child seats, Sat Nav and car delivered to your hotel are pre-booked but paid locally.

Age Requirements

The minimum age to drive in Italy is 18 years old. In order to rent a car in Italy, you must have held your driver's licence for a minimum of 1 year. Drivers under the age of 25 may be subject to a young driver surcharge.