Although many will argue that Paris is best navigated by foot and public transportation, renting a [7 seater car hire in Paris] for a group visit to Paris does have its perks. First, you don't have to share with strangers. If you happen to be traveling with children, elderly persons, or anyone with difficulty walking moderate distances it does make getting around easier and is a great way to keep everyone safe and together. Plus, you can keep your whole group happy in the luxury of an air conditioned [Paris 7 seater rental] even if the weather is not so welcoming.
Make sure you have your driving license and all the proper rental and insurance papers with you in the car at all times. These must be the originals; you can keep your copies separately.
Although you may be used to it in other countries, driving with your lights on is optional in Paris during the day.
Take caution around the many cyclists you will find on the streets in Paris. Do not be alarmed when you pull on a one way street and see a cyclist headed towards you - they are allowed to travel against traffic on one way roads in zones where the speed limit is 30 Km/h.
Lastly, make sure your car hire with seven seats is equipped with a warning triangle and safety jacket. By law all vehicles in Paris must be have one red warning triangle and one high-visibility waistcoat/vest. In the event of a breakdown you will need to put on the safety jacket before leaving the vehicle, and place the warning triangle 30 meters from the breakdown to warn approaching traffic.