You will find your Green Motion Drive&Go vehicle just next to the train bay platform nr.16 at the Apcoa shared parking at the Gothenburg Central Station.
Check out our Sweden Travel Guide for travel inspiration and tips for your trip to this amazing country.
Sweden driving routes
You’d be surprised about how many stunning roads to take your car hire in Sweden on. The Emigrants Path through Smaland takes you on a journey through southern Sweden while Highway E4 hugs the gorgeous coast. For something a little different, try the Blue Road, or Bla Vagen, which takes you along the Ume River and passes vast swathes of pine forests. Or there’s the Flatruetvagen along road 535 which serves as the highest road in the country and connects the valleys of Ljungdalen and Funasdalen. If you plan to take the latter, it’s worth remembering that it’s often closed during the snowy winter nights due to bad weather.
Sweden car rental
Having your own hire car in Sweden just makes so much sense. What could better than being able to explore the cities and countryside at your own pace. In Sweden, you must drive on the right-hand side of the road and seatbelts must be worn by all passengers. You’ll also need to have your headlights switched on and set to dipped beam, even during the day.