Once you have picked up your Rhino hire car you should be aware that driving in the city takes some getting used to because of the massive number of cyclists on the road as well as an intricate tram system which criss-crosses the city. If you are driving to Holland from neighbouring Germany
you will take the A1 road, from Belgium
in the south you take the A2. Amsterdam is well connected to other Dutch cities such as The Hague and Utrecht
by road and the speed limit is 120 kilometres per hour. You will find the car rental desks on Schiphol Plaza as you come out of arrivals.
If you are hiring a car in the Netherlands for the first time we recommend reading our Drive Smart Holland
guide to ensure you know the rules of the road and can drive safely in and around Amsterdam.
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