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The configuration of the top search form: Search minivan or minibus vehicles at the rental location 'Augsburg - Airport'. Address: Augsburg Meuhlhausen Airport, Ankunftshalle, Augsburg, Germany.

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Augsburg: 6 rental offices

Augsburg, Germany: minivan rental hints
Typical models of the minivan/minibus class in Augsburg are: Mercedes Viano 8 Seater, Opel Zafira, VW Touran, Citroen Jumper 8 seater, Ford Galaxy 7 seater, Mercedes Vito and others.

Standard capacity of a minivan in Germany is up to 9 people (8+1 formula), traditionally providing seven or eight passenger seats. The capacity of a minibus may vary from 9 to 15 people.

Please note, that in order to rent in Germany a vehicle with capacity which exceeds 8 passengers, you would need a driving license of the corresponding category.

Minivan dimensions are quite unusual for an ordinary driver, which sometimes leads to appearance of scratches and dents during unsuccessful manoeuvring or parking. Therefore, we encourage you to order full coverage of insurance franchise during your booking, or directly at the rental office in Augsburg.

Before leaving the parking garage in Augsburg, inspect the minivan for exteriour defects and other signs of damage together with the office representative and mark the found defects found in your rental documents. wishes you a great driving experience on the roads of Germany!

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Driving Advices for Germany – Traffic Regulations and Road Usage Peculiarities
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People, who are involved in a traffic accident, and drivers, who were the first witnesses of that accident, must report the incident to the police and call the ambulance. Drivers who did not provide first medical help can also be fined, even if they just drove past the accident and were not involved in it.
Traffic police can be called by phone 110. If there are injured in an accident, it is also important to call the ambulance by dialing 112. All participants and witnesses of the accident have to wait for the arrival of these services.
When driving on streets with pedestrian crossings, drivers should not go faster than pedestrians. The recommended speed close to schools and other children's institutions is 30 km/h. Drivers will be certainly warned about this fact by special warning signs.
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Travelling in minivan through Augsburg
The two quarters – Gollwitzerhäuser and Fuggerhäuser – are striking in terms of their architecture. The Augsburg Art Nouveau is some kind of a hallmark of these houses. They were built at the turn of the 19th-20th centuries. The Schaezlerpalais also miraculously survived, and tourists from all over the world (just like the locals) who were fortunate enough to see such beauty are grateful for it. The city is famous thanks to its interesting sculptures and fountains. They are all devoted to one theme, which is the ancient Roman gods. One fountain bears the name Merkurbrunnen, the other is Herkulesbrunnen and the third is Augustusbrunnen. They are located at a respectable distance from each other, but on the same line. The fountains were built in the 17th century, and you can look at them on Maximilianstrasse.

Another place worth mentioning is Perlachturm, a viewing platform towering over the city, as though its defender. The tower is 70 meters in height, and you can behold the whole city from it, as if it were in your palm. This, among other things, is one of the most ancient structures in the city, with the time of its construction dating back to the 10th century. On one occasion it served as a watchtower, later it turned into a fire brigade, and today it is one of the symbols of the city of three rivers (as Augsburg is often called). Rotes Tor is also deserving of special attention. This is yet another ancient landmark of the city which was built in the 12th century and reconstructed in the 17th century. Some time ago, it was used as a customs post, being an important point in trade relations between the Holy Roman Empire and Italian cities.
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