Some car hire companies in Dinard which have updated their car rental health and safety policies due to COVID-19 to make sure vehicles are clean and disinfected include Avis, National and Europcar
On average a hire car in Dinard costs £34 per day.
The average price of fuel in Dinard is £5.03 per litre over the past 30 days. Filling up a tank of fuel costs between £60 and £80, depending on the car size.
Mini (Ford Ka or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Dinard.
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A Mini car hire in Dinard costs £19 per day, on average.
In Dinard, cars are most frequently hired at Europcar 10 Bis Avenue Anita Conti (3 miles from city centre).
On average hiring a car in Dinard costs £240 per week (£34 per day).
On average a car hire in Dinard costs £1,031 per month (£34 per day).
The narrow, ancient streets and few parking spaces mean a compact car is the ideal choice for your car hire in Dinard. By booking your hire car through KAYAK, you can be sure to get a modern and comfortable vehicle, which is ideal for visits to the seaside and cultural trips alike.
When visiting France, it’s always worth reminding yourself of the country’s speed limits: these are 130km/h on motorways (around 80mph), 110km/h on major roads , and 80km/h on roads outside the urban centre (around 40mph). While driving in more built-up areas, speed limits may vary and local authorities are always keen to ensure these limits are being respected, so pay attention to road signs at all times.
Fuel prices in Dinard generally follow the average for France, however, those coming just over the Channel from Great Britain may be surprised at the sudden change in price. A litre of petrol costs roughly €1.55, around £1.34, while a litre of diesel is around €1.45, roughly £1.25. If heading on a road trip, try and fuel up closer to the city centre, as prices are generally lower than those offered at the side of motorways.
Those that return to Dinard every summer will tell you how much of a lovely place is to visit, but they may also mention that parking can be difficult. It is true that space is at a premium during peak season, and most of the parking available is privately owned and therefore will cost a few euros. Prices start at around €1 for the first hour, however, these can vary depending on location and what day of the week it is. Many of the payment machines now accept both cash and contactless card payment, making it easier to pay for your parking.