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Actually the simplest answer to your question is Yes. The airport of Geneva, although situated in Switzerland, is an international airport and has a French section. It can be accessed from France without passing the Swiss customs, through a special road (route douanière). There are car rentals at the French section of the Airport, for exemple Sixt. This ...


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If you decide to rent a car, beware that not all rental companies will accept taking a car in Lyon and dropping it off in Geneva (a different country). Those that do will likely charge extra for it (in addition to the motorway surcharge). Normally 12:30 should be plenty of time to catch a train from Lyon. The airport website mentions an 8:38 departure with ...


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It's certainly doable. If you have a French rental car, you will need to either leave the motorway in Bellegarde-sur-Valserine and go to Ferney-Voltaire using the secondary road network or buy a CHF 40 motorway vignette for Switzerland as the car most likely will not have one. Train is also quite convenient but goes to the Swiss side, the duration of the ...


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Although all comments were helpful it seems this question is a bit specific to the situation, so here's the answer I found with research. After contacting a few rental companies in Iceland and talking to the Smyril ferry lines, only one rental company will allow the car to go off the island, whereas Smyril said it was ok on their side. Even within Europe, ...


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I know from my trip to New Zealand that it is a potential issue to put a rental car on a ferry. I rented a car via internet and gave as a pickup the south island and as a drop off the northern one. When finally in NZ and trying to pick up the car, they told me that is not possible despite me having a confirmed booking. They claimed that the insurance ...


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Transfercar4u.no offers this sort of service within Norway, though it is more focused on regular cars instead of camping cars



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