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Beware of Sixt car rental

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I rented a car from Sixt car rental in Zagreb, Croatia for 12 days in September 2016. The car did not include a permit to drive into Slovenia, which is just 100 miles from Zagreb. When I drove into Slovenia, I got stopped by the police and was forced to pay a $200 fine. I think the Sixt rental people should have told me about the need for the Slovenian permit, and should have given me the option to buy one when I rented the car. When I told them about this afterwards, they said it was my fault that the car did not have the permit.

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