Renault Eurodrive is a new car rental formula for those in temporary transit (tax free). It is designed for those who live outside the EC (or in the French overseas territories) and who wish to travel in Europe for periods of between 21 days and 6 months.
25 January 2016
In March 2015, Renault Eurodrive creates a new service to better assist you. Your new car will be waiting for you with a a full tank ! Enjoy your vacation from the get go ! ... refilling is not required upon return ! ... so you can travel with "Peace of mind". Read more
08 October 2011
Renault Eurodrive intends to offer you faultless service. Through 10 commitments, Renault promises to fulfil your expectations. A fast proposal and a vehicle suited to your needs. A clear and detailed offer with no surprises. Comprehensive follow-up with the vehicle taken care of and 24-hour assistance, 7 days a week. We consider your satisfaction to be our top priority, and 97%* of you have already been won over. Read more
When you have a car for the whole summer like I have, things happen. In most Southern French towns and villages there is a Fête Votive or yearly festival. This sounds enchanting and involves free breakfast for the whole town on the first day, bals (dances), feasting, bridge competitions, abrivados (bull running), street music, sheep, donkeys, lamas, cows and farmers on tractors parading down the main boulevard. Read more
Now I am traveling around the Basque country in northern Spain and southern France. I can tell you, if you’re doing a six hour drive from Uzès in the south of France to San Sebastian to get there in time for pintxos, you had better have a reliable, comfortable car like the Megane. I just jumped in, changed the TomTom setting to Spain, tapped in my hotel address and six easy hours later I was crawling around the pintxos (Basque tapas).This car just makes work and research a pleasure Read more
Peta returns to France, Eight months have gone by and I am back living in Uzès in the south of France for the summer. My excess baggage and I flew from Marrakech into Marseilles airport, I picked up the Eurodrive phone at the airport and magically a nice man appeared in his van, right outside the front door. He drove me to the Renault car park to take possession of my Megane Berline. I was hoping for a rust coloured one to go with my hair but had to settle for the shiny, sexy, black one. Read more