Rent a car with All season tyres
In some countries and areas in Western Europe it is illegal to drive without All season tyres during winter. At BB&L car rental, it is possible to rent a car with All season tyres. If you wish to provide from this service, please add this option during the reservation process.
Rental car with All season tyres
If you rent a car at BB&L car rental for a trip to a snowy region, All season tyres are recommended and in some cases required. All season tyres offer more grip, a shorter braking distance and better handling. All cars (except of our group A) at BB&L car rental can be provided with All season tyres. It is recommended to reserve a car with All season tyres well in time.
A rental car with All season tyres can be provided for an additional price of € 10,00 per rental day. From rental day 11 and on this price drops to only € 3,00 per day. The All season tyres provided comply to local laws in countries such as Germany and Austria.
Legislation All season tyres in Europe
In Germany and Austria, a car is required to have All season tyres during winter conditions.
Not complying to local laws on All season tyres may result in high fines. In Germany the lowest fine is € 40,00. When failure to install All season tyres results in dangerous situations, this fine may rise to € 80,00. In Switzerland, France and Italy no federal laws concerning All season tyres are present. Local laws, however, may require you to apply All season tyres. It is recommended to not take any risks when travelling to snowy regions. This means renting a car with All season tyres at BB&L car rental when you plan on visiting these regions during winter.
Driving safely with a rental car of BB&L car rental
At BB&L car rental we value our customer’s safety. The price for a rental car includes car insurance. When travelling with a child, it is possible to also rent a child seat to ensure your child’s safety. All rental cars are also provided with GPS navigation for free, so you will always reach your destination without trouble.