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Driving from Milan, Italy to Vaduz, Liechtenstein in Spring

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My husband a I are planning a 10 day, round-trip drive from Munich down to Rome and thought it would be nice to go back to Munich through Switzerland. We are going the last week in March and worry that the roads may close due to a Spring snow storm. We are planning to stick to the main roads (A13), do we need to be concerned?
We would also like to stop at Neuschwanstein castle and possibly Linderhof castle on the way back to Munich, do we need to worry about closures on A96; B12; A980 or A7 if it snows?
I was also reading we may need a special permit to drive in Switzerland? Is this something the rental car agency should provide?
Any suggestions for rental car companies out of Munich Airport (most reviews seem bad for all of them)?

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