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Car rental Poland

Poland is a country located in Eastern Europe. It haves a population of 38,501,000 people and it is using the Polish złoty (zł). In Poland you have to drive on the right direction of the road.

To rent a car in Poland you need a driving license, an ID or passport and a credit card. Car rental companies may ask you for an International Driving Permit if your driving license was issued in a country outside EU. The driver needs to be over 19 with a valid driving license for at least a year, although many companies may charge more drivers up to 24 years old. All passengers should wear seatbelts, always give priority to pedestrians and public transport and to vehicles coming from your right. When approaching a roundabout remember that the vehicles already in the roundabout have the right of way. The condition of the streets is not very good, especially rural roads, drivers tend to be aggressive and not always stop at stop signs at intersections. Parking on the side of the road is a common practice, usually free of charge or controlled by parking meters found on the pavement. There only three highways with tolls, A1, A2 and A4 and the price is based on the distance covered. Gas stations have diesel, unleaded gasoline and LPG and most of them accept credit or debit cards, except those in rural areas, where you will probably have to pay in cash.

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