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You need a valid standard Class B Driving Licence to rent a motorhome weighing up to 3.5 tonnes in France. Anyone from a non-European country with a non-Latin alphabet must bring an official French translation of their licence.
If you rent a Luxury Class motorhome that weighs over 3.5 tonnes, you’ll need to obtain an additional Class C1 ‘heavy vehicles’ licence.
The minimum age for renting a campervan in France is 21 years old, although many companies require you to be at least 23 to rent from them. Most campervan rentals also prefer drivers to have three years of experience before getting behind the wheel of a motorhome.
Free/wild camping is allowed in France only on private land with the express permission of the landowner. Local laws may apply in certain areas, so check online or at an information centre for regional guidelines.
France has over 10,000 campgrounds. They are quite affordable, starting at around €10 per night.
Yes, a large number of RV rental companies allow for one-way rentals and also between countries in Europe.
A one-way road trip is often more convenient and can allow you to explore more of the country. For example, a popular one-way holiday route in France is Paris to Rome via Provence and the French Riviera (Côte d’Azur) – travelling through Southern France along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea through Saint-Tropez, Cannes and Monaco.
One-way rentals may not be available between all routes, and additional fees apply, depending on the pickup and drop-off locations. Our comparison tool will automatically factor in any additional fees and show you which vehicles are available on your preferred route.