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Driving in Italy

Are you planning to visit Italy and considering renting a car so as to visit many places in this country? As we know, a perfect way to see a beautiful country is by going around by car, in this fashion, renting a car is the most adventurous and fascinating alternative to discover Italy properly.

Even though this is a good idea, driving a car is going to be a big challenge to face, so you have to keep in mind some considerations and suggestions in order to avoid problems through your amazing journey. Before putting the Italian seatbelt over your hips, you should know some important things.

Get a car from a rental car agency. Plenty of these agencies are offering their services at the main airports. International driving permit is required once you rent a car.

Research traffic signs info as well as the Italian highway system, you have to understand that it is a different country with peculiar traffic rules.

Get an Italian phrase book, in order to translate some understandable Italian words such as Uscita, Entrata or Divieto di.

You have to keep in mind that Italian cities have cameras within the entire place, in order to control the speed, so be carefully and drive wisely.

The Italian speed limits are as follows: in urban areas is 50 km/h, minor out-of-town roads 90 km/h, major out of town road 110 km/h, motorways 130 Km/h.

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