If you’re looking for a Dutch car rental site offering both high-quality vehicles and competitive rates, you’ve come to the right place. Finding the right car rental company—especially when you’re abroad—can be a real headache. It’s a competitive market, and so much choice can result in a serious case of option paralysis.
To save you time—and headaches—we’ve gone through the top car rental companies in the Netherlands with a fine tooth comb. To best compare the options, we searched each website for a 3-day midweek rental in Amsterdam, for dates two weeks out from the time of writing.
Whether you’re traveling for business or leisure, on a budget or with a healthy credit card, from Maastricht to The Hague, these car rental providers will go above and beyond to meet your specific travel requirements.
Armed with this list (and a valid driver’s license) you’ll be zipping down the Dutch national motorways in no time, knowing you’ve got one of the best deals on the market.
TravelPerk offers a vast inventory, including both manual and automatic cars, from which to choose your rental car. If you’re looking for a sustainable option, there’s also a selection of electric cars available. Plus, VAT-friendly invoices are available for a number of car rental companies offered by TravelPerk, saving you a lot of time, hassle, and money.
TravelPerk works with some of the top names on the market, including Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz, National and Sixt. The list doesn’t end there—if you have specific needs requiring a specialized service, TravelPerk can get in touch with extra providers to find your ideal vehicle. From pick-up trucks to lorries to group convoys, the options available at TravelPerk are second to none.
A three-day family car rental for the start of August, booked two weeks in advance, offered various options between 145€ - 812€.
Not only do they operate in the Netherlands, but around the world, with car rental locations from Rotterdam to Rio de Janeiro. Whether you’re looking for a small rental car or a van, Auto Huron offers a vast array of vehicles at affordable prices.
Auto Huren’s key features include:
- Website in nine languages: English, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, German, Portuguese, Flemish, and Polish
- Free cancellation up to 48 hours prior to the scheduled pick-up time
- Over 24,000 pick-up locations
- Optional extras including GPS, car seats, snow chains, etc.
- Fee for one-way rentals, depending on location and rental company
Our research showed that searching for a three-day family car rental for the start of August, booked two weeks in advance, stood at 134€ - 375€.
In addition to the Netherlands, MABI operates in Sweden, Belgium and other European countries. They offer services for both businesses and private individuals—as well as a fast request for emergency car hire.
MABI Mobility’s key features include:
- Innovative solutions including carpools and MABI Truck
- Flexilease: a separate brand for flexible leasing to companies
- Vehicle deliveries to company addresses
- An extensive fleet of over 900 vehicles
- Bonus corporate travel service
Our research showed that searching for a three-day family car rental for the start of August, booked two weeks in advance, stood at 162€ - 307€.
Partnered with Avis, BB&L offer an impressive fleet of cars—most of which are not older than nine months. Every car has power steering, airbags, anti-lock braking system and aircon.
For a one-off fee of 61€, BB&L also offers a Hotel Service, where your vehicle is delivered and/or collected directly from your hotel. This service applies to hotels within the vicinity of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport—ideal for business travelers on a tight schedule with quick turnaround times.
BB&L’s key features include:
- 100% all-in rate, including VAT, unlimited mileage, damage/theft coverage, protection against third-party claims, and passenger accident insurance
- No prepayment when booking
- Free additional driver(s)
- No cancellation fees until arrival
- No charge for unused days when the rental period is cut short
- Website in Dutch and English
- VIP service
- All-season tires
- GPS navigation
During our research, prices for a family car rental at the start of August, booking two weeks’ in advance, gives options at around 214€ - 319€.
Founded over 25 years ago, Greenwheels provides an alternative to car ownership, with a much more climate-friendly solution. Every Greenwheels car is shared by an average of 24 drivers, reducing the number of cars on streets by over 11 times. Greenwheels enjoys a longstanding partnership with Dutch Railways (NS), meaning that you can now find Greenwheels cars at over 110 train stations.
Their other partnerships with mobility providers including Next, Radius, and Shuttle mean that Greenwheels users can access multiple advantages, and take a smarter approach to mobility in general. Greenwheels offers very rates: Private (starting at 0€/month) and Business (from 5€/month.
The top features at Greenwheels include:
- Operations in 170 cities
- All-in-one price, including insurance, petrol, charging, maintenance, and roadside assistance
- 135 pick-up and drop-off locations in Holland
- 24/7 rental service
- No surcharge for shortened rental periods
- Cancel for free up until the scheduled pick-up date
Booking a car with Greenwheels involves signing up, and choosing a monthly rate. The ‘Frequent’ option (25€ per month) is recommended for 3+ trips each month (translating to 2,30€ per hour, or 0,29€ per kilometer). The ‘Regular’ option, at 10€ per month, is recommended for 1-2 trips. In short, the more trips you take, the less you pay per rental.
In terms of minimizing hassle, TravelPerk comes out on top for corporate travelers. Its all-in-one platform means that you can easily visualize your options, get access to the best rates on the market, and avoid lengthy booking processes. It’s also ideal for those non-Dutch speakers out there, as the website’s available in English, French, German, or Spanish.
Have a good trip! (And if you’re coming from overseas, don’t forget that international driving permit!)