Cross border charges are not uncommon in car rental, it’s a common request and depending on where in the world you are will depend on whether it’s permitted and how much it might cost. Perhaps not the most likely of destinations, however we get an awful lot of customers ask if they can take a rental car into Montenegro from Croatia, so we’ve put together a table showing all of the car rental agents in Croatia
who allow cross border travel to Montenegro
and of those that do, how much they charge.
Whether you are picking up a rental car in Zagreb
in the north of the city, or it’s car rental from Dubrovnik Airport
in the far south, taking a rental car to Montenegro shouldn’t cause any trouble. You should check our table below showing which agents allow cross border travel to Montenegro and what they charge, but we also recommend you check the rental terms are time of booking as terms and charges may change. You should also advise the rental agent on arrival of your plans to take a rental car into Montenegro to ensure all the necessary fees are paid and the necessary documentation / paperwork is supplied as you will need this when you cross the border.
9 EUR /day (max 45 EUR)
Cross border fee: 21 EUR per day. Max. charge 42 EUR per rental. Applies for driving the rented vehicle across any Croatian border with the exception of the Croatia – Bosnia & Herzegovina borders on the A8 main road (route E65) between Split and Dubrovnik, with the crossing allowance of maximum 2 hours in Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Goldcar vehicles rented in mainland Croatia are not allowed to travel outside of the mainland. Rental cars collected from Zagreb, Split & Dubrovnik offices may travel to Slovenia, Bosnia and Hezergovina, Hungary & Montenegro. Additional insurance is necessay and costs 69 HRK per day, minimum charge: 191 HRK, maximum charge: 686 HRK.
A cross border fee of 21 EUR per day (Max 42 EUR per rental) applies for driving the rented vehicle across any Croatian border with the exception of the Croatia – Bosnia & Herzegovina borders on the A8 main road (route E65) between Split and Dubrovnik, with the crossing allowance of maximum 2 hours in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Vehicles may not be driven across any of the Croatian borders without prior written approval by Hertz Croatia - Failure to comply with these restrictions makes void all insurance policies and customer fully liable and responsible in case of a theft, accident, damages to the vehicle and any resulting consequences.
Can I take a rental car to Croatia from Montenegro?
Much like the reverse trip, this is usually possible and most rental agents will allow this and either apply a fixed charge per rental, or a daily rate. If you plan to rent a car in Montenegro and take to Croatia, our team are on hand to advice of the cross border charge per rental agent and can advise accordingly to ensure you achieve the best value overall rental car taking the base price and cross border charges into account.
If you are planning to take a rental car on a Ferry
, additional charges may also apply, ensure you advise the rental agent of your plans to ensure you have adequate insurance cover.