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Cross Border Car Rental in Balkans

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I'm planning a trip to the Balkans and would like to rent a car to drive rather than take buses and trains. I am flying into Athens and have 1 week to travel anywhere - Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia, etc.

economycarrentals.com has the option of purchasing a cross-border card, but it only works for EU countries apparently, and I may be missing something but it seems awfully difficult to drive from Greece to Croatia without going through a non-EU country.

I've looked at the big companies - Avis, Enterprise, Hertz, and Budget to little avail.

Does anyone know if this is possible? When I did a forum search all answers were out of date by at least a year, and things change so much so quickly in that area. Any help is much appreciated!

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