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Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of licence do you need to hire a campervan in Germany?

You need a valid Type B driving licence (Class D in the U.S. or Class G in Canada) to drive a motorhome weighing up to 3.5 tons in Germany. To drive a larger campervan weighing over 3.5 tons, you must obtain a B96 extension or have a Type C or C1 licence.

You must be at least 21 years old to rent a campervan in Germany and have at least one year of driving experience. If you aim to rent a larger vehicle weighing over 3.5 tons, you must be at least 23 years old.

Is wild camping in a motorhome permitted in Germany?

No, wild/free camping in Germany is illegal and strictly prohibited.

There are plenty of campsites in Germany, usually costing from around €30 per night.

Germany also has Stellplatz, which are roadside areas where you are officially allowed to stop overnight with your motorhome. Many of these Stellplatz sites are equipped with basic facilities, including sanitary stations or hookups. Some charge a minor fee, while others are free of charge.

Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.

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