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On the 1st May 2016 the EU introduced a new ruling which has had an effect on EU citizens who want to take their hire car over the Swiss border into an EU country. It is now illegal to take a rental car with a non-EU licence plate into an EU country unless it is being driven to your place of residence, using it for work purposes or you are just travelling through on your way out of the EU. The law applies to any non-EU countries but Switzerland's location in the heart of Western Europe means this new law has caused particular confusion for many travellers arriving in the country. Some have reached their car hire desk to find that they may not take their hire car out of Switzerland.


Driving premium models when you rent a car can be very enjoyable and as such, especially when they are the larger models, the value of the car can be significant. Sometimes, finding a car hire excess insurance policy to cover them has in the past proved quite difficult. But now circumstances have changed.


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