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Renting a car in Italy and driving into Croatia

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My husband and I are planning a trip to Italy and Croatia. We plan to start in Venice and then rent a car and drive through Croatia.

I've heard that many car rental companies will not allow you to take cars from Italy to Croatia because of insurance reasons. I also heard that some companies in Venice and especially Trieste have coverage to go into Croatia.

Has anyone had experience with doing this and are there any tips you could give me? I've also thought about taking a bus from Trieste to Rijeka and getting a car there. But it is much more expensive from what I've seen.

Thanks!

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