Best answer: Can I rent a car in Finland?

Can you rent a car in Finland?

To rent a car in Finland, you must be at least 20 years old (age may vary by car category) and have held your license for 1 year. Drivers renting a car under the age of 25 may incur a young driver surcharge. Seatbelts are mandatory and the legal blood-alcohol limit is . 05.

How much is it to rent a car in Finland?

On average a rental car in Finland costs $375 per week ($54 per day).

Can an American rent a car in Finland?

To rent a car, you must be at least 20 (age sometimes varies by car category) and to have held your license for a year. Drivers under 25 may have to pay a young driver fee to rent a car. Travelers from the U.S. and Canada can rent a car with a domestic driver’s license that has been valid for at least one year.

Are cars expensive in Finland?

Cars are expensive in Finland, for example compared to Italy. There are several retailers selling used cars (ex. Kamux) as well as websites listing sale postings (Autotie, Nettiauto). You can find a fairly used car for a way better deal.

What cars are made in Finland?


  • Car models produced in Uusikaupunki, Finland.
  • Saab 95.
  • Saab 96.
  • Saab 99.
  • Saab 90.
  • Saab 900 CD (Long Wheelbase Model)
  • Saab 900 Convertible.
  • Saab 9-3.
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Can I drive in Finland with US license?

U.S. drivers licenses are valid in the Finland provided the holder is here in tourist status and your stay in Finland is under one year. If you are moving to Finland and your stay will be more than one year, you are required to change a US driving license to a local license.

Why cars are so expensive in Finland?

Finland has an extremely high road tax, applied to all new cars or imported cars. I believe it’s because there is a lot of road to maintain here relative to the number of residents/drivers.

Do you need a car in Finland?

Usually, you don’t need a car in Finland, especially in small cities like Jyväskylä. One of the reasons is because the Finnish public transport is perhaps one of the best in the world. For example, you have to pay 60–100€/month to use public transport in Jyväskylä (unlimited).

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