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Below are details of the various rental companies at the airport, local area guides and driving information…
- What’s included with your car hire?
- Car hire companies with offices at the airport
- Where are the car rental companies located?
- Local travel destinations
- Tips and advice for driving in Spain
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The following car rental companies all have offices on-site at the airport (or nearby).
Following the lifting of restrictions on flights between European Union countries (plus the UK), as well as air links with other selected international destinations, services operating at Corvera Murcia Airport before the coronavirus outbreak are returning gradually.
Bear in mind, however, that they are subject to ongoing updates in accordance with current circumstances and any new protocols implemented by the Spanish government.
The information detailed for each car hire company – airport office hours, for example – may therefore be subject to changes during the month.
- Centauro (nearby)
Four of the main car hire companies are based just across the road as you exit the main terminal building; and a fifth (Centauro) is in a nearby industrial estate (polígono).
See their location on the map here:
Below are further contact details for the companies offering car hire services at Corvera Murcia Airport:
- Tel: +34 968 335 546
- Fax: +34 913 444 932
- Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 9am-10.30pm (currently being rescheduled)
- Tel: +34 965 233 425
- Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7am-11pm
- Tel: +34 966 360 360
- Opening hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-10pm
- Tel: +34 671 781 694
- Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 9am-11pm
- Tel: +34 871 180 192
- Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7am-11pm
Once you have picked up your hire car, why not check out some of the local villages and towns? Here is a list of our local travel guides to get your started…
What do you need to drive in Spain?
- To drive in Spain you must be 18 years or older; and to hire a car you must be 21 years or older.
- You need a current driving licence if you are visiting from an EU country, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein.
- If you are travelling from another country, you must have an International Driving Licence.
- When you are a EU citizen you can use your foreign driving licence for up to two years, and when you are from outside the European Union you can use your licence for six months. After these periods, most residents have to obtain a Spanish driving license.
What do you need to carry with you when driving in Spain?
- Two warning triangles if the car is Spanish-registered, as well as a complete set of spare bulbs, fuses, a spare wheel and the tools to replace them.
- A high-visibility jacket must be worn when getting out of the car on the road or the hard shoulder.
- If your driving licence mentions that you wear glasses or lenses you need to carry a spare pair.
- If you are driving your own car and you are from an EU member state, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Andorra, your driver’s licence and insurance documentation with its payment receipt is enough.
- If you are from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Belarus, Israel, Iran, Morocco, Moldavia, Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Tunisia, Turkey, Russia or the Ukraine, you will need to have a Green Card – the International Motor Insurance Certificate.
- If you are from a country not mentioned above, you will need a Frontier Insurance policy (an obligatory temporary third-party policy for motor vehicles). We recommend you contact the Spanish Embassy in your country to verify the latest regulations.
What are the road rules in Spain?
- Vehicles drive on the right side of the road.
- Seat belts need to be used by all passengers.
- Using a mobile phone is not allowed while driving, unless you use a hands-free system without earpieces.
- Car radios and mobile phones must be turned off when you take in fuel at the petrol station.
- It is mandatory to wear a high-visibility jacket when getting out of the car on the road. This applies to all passengers.
- Warning triangles must be positioned if the car has stopped on the road.
- The use of radar detectors is illegal in Spain.
- It is prohibited to hold children in your arms or on your lap, for all passengers.
- Under no circumstances is it permitted to leave children unsupervised in a car.
- Children under 135 centimetres high are obliged to sit in a child restraint system adapted to their size and weight and in the rear seat. Exceptions are: 1. when the car has no rear seats, and 2. when the back seats are occupied by/with other children.
- Engaging in any activity that prevents you from having both hands on the steering wheel is prohibited.
- Drivers approaching a roundabout have to give priority to those who are already on the roundabout.
- Alcohol levels in the bloodstream of drivers and cyclists must not exceed 0.5 g/l (0.25 mg/l in exhaled air). Fines for exceeding this amount start at €500.
- Spain operates a zero-tolerance policy on drug-use while driving, sanctioned with a €1,000 fine and the possibility of a prison sentence.
- Helmets are obligatory on motorbikes, mopeds and bicycles.
- In many places, parking areas are regulated and subject to payment. In general, parking is prohibited along yellow lines and subject to payment where there are blue lines.
What are the speed limits in Spain?
Since January 2019 these are the current maximum and minimum speed limits on motorways and conventional roads and in residential areas. Not mentioned are unpaved roads, with a speed limit of 30 km/h.
Speeding fines start at €100, for speeding 1 to 20 km/h over the limit, €300 for speeding 21 to 30 km/h over the limit, and up to €600 for speeding 50 km/h over the limit. Speeding more than 50 km/h can result in the loss of your driver’s licence and a six-month prison sentence.