- Keyless access
- 4 doors
- 5 seats
- 3 big suitcases
- Full to Full policy
- Air conditioning
- Android Auto
- Apple CarPlay
- Rear-view camera
- Security deposit taken 24h before the rental
- Theft Protection
- Collision Damage Waiver
Car rental with Liigu app — how it works?
It’s like having your own car waiting for you in Paris Orly airport!
With Liigu, there is no need to go to a car rental desk. We put our customers’ convenience first, that’s why you’ll only need your smartphone to find the car and start your rental. We always bring the car as close to the arrival terminal as possible and provide detailed directions on where to find it. So after landing, you can go directly to the parking lot and drive off. It saves a lot of time and struggle as Paris Orly (ORY) airport is big and always busy.
Need a car in Paris downtown? We’ll arrange it. Equipped with automatic transmission, Liigu cars make traffic on the charming but crowded streets easier to handle.
Travelling with family? We’ve got child seats for a safe journey with your little ones. Well-behaved pets are welcome too. All our rental cars are carefully cleaned and disinfected. Also, for unexpected changes of plans, we offer free cancellation until 24 hours before your pick-up. Bon voyage!
The best way to explore romantic Paris? By car!
Car rental is a great way to explore the surroundings of Paris, see the Loire valley castles, or travel around Picardy and Normandy regions. You’ll save plenty of sightseeing time if you start your rental at the airport.
If you plan to discover Île-de-France, it's a good idea to rent an SUV or a more spacious car. For driving in Paris city, we rather recommend a smaller car as streets are crowded and parking in the city center can be challenging.
The speed limit in urban areas across France is typically 31 mph (50 km/h) and sometimes 18 mph (30 km/h) in downtown areas. Two to three-lane roads have a speed limit of 80 km/h (49 mph), and four-lane roads of 68 mph (110 km/h). On motorways, the speed limit is 80 mph (130 km/h). All these limits are lower in case of rain or snowfall. It is also good to know the different colors of the French road signs. Green ones point to a non-highway or a "free road" while blue signs indicate a highway route and are often marked "péage" which means you’ll need to pay a road toll.
Looking for a long-term rental? Take a car in France for 1–24 months with Liigu Car Subscription.
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