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Dienstag, 10. Februar 2015, 08:02

Europcar Austria

Hi, I will be renting a car from Europcar at VIE for a trip to Berlin and I have a few questions.

(1) What is the Zulassungsbescheinigung/Fahrzeugbrief called in Austria? That is to say, what documents will I need for the Umweltplakette in Germany?

(2) How do I find out the total price of the car? My credit card only provides free SLDW for cars up to CA$65,000 before taxes (~€54,500 inkl. MwSt.). Europcar wants €70/day for LDW+SLDW. Since I will be in the Czech Republic, I don't want to have my car stolen and then find out I owe Europcar €55,000+ :S . I currently have a FWAR reserved (Mercedes C200 T-Modell) but I'm thinking of only taking SDAR (Audi A4/VW Passat) to be safe.


(3) Is Europcar in Austria good? Do they have nice cars like Sixt? Do they upsell a lot?


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Dienstag, 10. Februar 2015, 08:18

Ta tåget!

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Dienstag, 10. Februar 2015, 11:25

(1) The "Zulassungsbescheinigung" it´s called "Zulassungsbescheinigung Teil I" (Part One). The "Fahrzeugbrief" it´s called ""Zulassungsbescheinigung Teil II" (Part Two). You need the "Zulassungsbescheinigung Teil I" for the Umweltplakette, which you get with the car. Then you can buy the "Umweltplakette" at any cardealer in germany for 5€, if the car hasn´t one.

(2) We can´t answer this question, because Europcar by itself doesnt know, which car you get on this day. But if you drive in the Czech Republic, i think there won´t give you a Mercedes, BMW or an Audi.

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Dienstag, 10. Februar 2015, 15:08

Please don't forget that Austria is not Germany and try might allow people to go To eastern countries with Audi etc. @Ignatz Frobel:

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Dienstag, 10. Februar 2015, 15:35

No problem to go into CZ/SK/HU with an Europcar FDMR-car. They most likely wont give you the best car, when mentioning to go to these countries, but there is a chance in receiving a german brand. I had at least once a Merc and once an Audi from Europcar VIE airport when going to HU/SK.
Addtionally you will have to pay a fee (around 10EUR/day) for abroad usage. Also a oneway-fee for retrun in Germany will be applied - watch out, as this can be quite heavy.

Why not taking the train, if you dont want to stop in CZ and just going to Berlin?
Otherwise i recommend to check Sixt, usually they have quite a few cars from Germany (Airport & West train station preferred) - and you might take one back for no extra. Well, the abroad usage fee you gotta pay.

It is called Fahrzeugbrief in Austria. This includes a "Typenschein", which states the facts about your car and when it got last checked.
For Germany you can get the "Umweltplakette", as stated above - bascially any car shop has that.

Europcar usually does no upsells, and its Vienna - you have to deal with the charming character & spirit of the city when it comes to service. Good luck with that.

CDW: if you dont want to risk it or arent sure, i would recommend to book the one from the rental company. I never had probelms with my included CDW on my credit card - even with accidents. Though luckily never anything got stolen.

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Dienstag, 10. Februar 2015, 22:47

I need to spend a few days in CZ so renting a car is the only way. It's not a one-way rental as I'll be returning the car to VIE. Europcar confirmed that their nicer cars can be driven into other CZ/HU/SK for 42 EUR per rental.

I once booked an FWAR at Sixt Berlin with my credit card's LDW and got a BMW 330D Touring with a value of €56,000. Good thing nothing bad happened during that rental!

I would normally purchase the SLDW but it is outrageous at €70/day. That's about the same as the daily rate for the car. Sixt in Bratislava only charges €4/day for basic LDW and €22/day for full LDW+SLDW, but I'm too young to rent from them. I'll just rent an FDAR to be safe as an Audi A4/BMW 316D/Mercedes C200 should not cost more than €45,000 before options.

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Dienstag, 10. Februar 2015, 22:49

Ta tåget!
I'm actually Canadian and we never take trains. :110:

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Dienstag, 10. Februar 2015, 23:15

Ta tåget!
I'm actually Canadian and we never take trains. :110:
Well, even better. There is a lot of love in this forum for Canada. And apparently I am quite often in BC with my Family (Pemberton) and Qebec(business) :D And there is soem relly nice trains in Canada.

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