Reviews for Europcar in Roissy-en-France
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Dec 14 2016
Pros: Quick car delivery Professional service Exactly the car that I wanted
Cons: Clerk made a comment that I "should have" picked up the car at the terminal in my booking (2E) instead of 2A. First time I hear a remark like that from a car rental. For me that is one of the reasons why I only rent directly with one of the major rental companies to avoid surprises...
Nov 1 2016
Good service and car, drop off needs work
Pros: They gave us a good car and a good deal.
Cons: CDG airport drop off location was confusing and there was nobody there to help.
Oct 23 2016
The overall experience was simply superb.
Pros: The overall experience was great. From the pick up to the drop off inclusive of the car itself. The staff was very friendly, professional and helpful.
Cons: Since I am not an EU resident, I was not aware that I should be carrying my UAE driving license along with my International driving license which I did prior to departure. The staff at Europcar needed to see my UAE driver's license and I was lucky to have an e-copy on my phone..Please ensure you mention this on your site to avoid issues with clients.. Nothing major but an important detail to highlight to future customers
Sep 27 2016
Pros: Picking up the car in Germany was a very easy, straightforward experience.
Cons: Trying to find the after-hours drop-off point was extremely--and unnecessarily--difficult. There was no "Europcar" sign visible anywhere on the outside of the station so I circled several times before pulling into an unmarked driveway. Amazingly, it turned out to be the right driveway because at the bottom of the ramp I noticed a small "Europcar" sign. I then drove through the garage following the "rental return" signs, but there was no central rental return area or instructions for dropping a car after hours. I drove through the parking lot for about 15 minutes looking for a drop off area then got to a gated exit where I could go no further. As a result, I parked the vehicle in a nearby vacant Europcar stall. I then went looking for the office on foot, finding it after a full half-hour of walking the entire station. The office was (obviously) closed so I telephoned the help numbers on my agreement. The person I was ultimately able to speak with told me to simply leave the keys in the mail slot. But there was no mail slot. So I took the key to my hotel and returned the next morning to check-in the car. It was a frustrating, tedious experience and the worse possible way to begin a visit to Paris.