Montenegro Driving Advice and Car Hire Info
Driving In Montenegro
Officially you need an International Driving permit to drive in Montenegro though I’ve driven there without one. Roads are generally in good condition but drivers can be reckless and overtake on bends etc. Dangerous areas for road travel include a road through the Moraca Canyon, north of Podgorica. This twisting, two-lane road is especially overcrowded in the summer, and is the site of frequent rockslides. In the winter, the Moraca Canyon and northern parts of Montenegro are covered with snow, which may slow traffic and make the road hazardous. If you want to visit Albania from Montenegro check with the car rental company that you’re allowed to do that. Driving in Albania is more dangerous than Montenegro so the possibility of accidents is higher.
Montenegro Car Rental –
Sixt, Hertz, Europcar, Alamo,Avis, Budget, have outlets here.Also usually features on Car rental broker sites such as Argus Car Hire and Web discount sites such as ebookers.com. or Expedia
This is a local broker site
Montenegro Self Drive Rules-
Sixt allow cars to be taken to most mainland Europe countries but don’t allow cars to be taken to Albania and Kosovo. They may allow one way rental depending on the country for an additional cost .Hertz only allow cars to be taken to Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia. Europcar and Avis hint that they will allow cross border rentals but don’t provide any details.