How do I rent a car in Denmark?
In order to rent a car in Denmark, you will need the following:
All renters and additional drivers must be 19 years or older and have held a driver's license for at least one year. A young driver surcharge will be applied to drivers under the age of 25, which is 125 DKK per day up to a maximum of 1250 DKK per rental. Renters between the ages of 19 - 24 may rent all car groups except Standard Van, Fullsize, Premium, and Luxury categories.
To get the most accurate price for your rental car, start a reservation by inputting the dates, times, and location. There are several factors to consider:
Although there are no toll roads in Denmark, there are two bridges that require you to pay a toll. You can purchase a toll pass device when you get to the Enterprise rental counter to pick up your car. This device can be used for return travel on Øresundsdbroen (between Denmark and Sweden) and Storebældsbroen (between Sjælland and Fyn in Denmark).
Be sure to read the following driving information before driving throughout Denmark:
Explore unique attractions in Denmark like the Tivoli Gardens, Nyhavn Harbor, and the Copenhagen Zoo at your own pace with a rental car from Enterprise.