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Car rental Denmark

Denmark is a country located in Northern Europe. It haves a population of 5,543,453 people and it is using the Danish krone (kr.). In Denmark you have to drive on the right direction of the road.

To rent a car in Denmark you will need an identity card or passport, a valid credit card and a driving license. Most rental car companies require the driver to be at least 23 years old and have a valid driving license for at least a year. In Denmark people riding a bicycle always have priority, so be aware that on open roads, especially those with an accompanying cycle path, drivers turning right may come to almost a dead stop, as they check to see they are not cutting up a cyclist. You have to drive with your lights on all day long, even if the day is sunny and when you approach a roundabout give way to the vehicles already in the roundabout, except there are signs telling you otherwise. All passengers have to wear seat belts and kids under 3 years old or under 1,35 metres high must sit on child's special seat. All roads are toll free, except the bridge Storebæltsbroen that connect Zealand with Funen and bridge Øresundsbron that connect Copenhagen and Malmö. Parking is permitted on the right side of each road, unless there are signs telling otherwise. Metered parking is available in most cities, when not available a parking disc must be used. Parking discs can be purchased at gas stations, banks and tourist offices. All grades of unleaded petrol, diesel and LPG are available as well as lead substitute additive. There are pumps with attendants when the store is open and do-it-yourself pumps for after hours.

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