We know you can’t wait to test out your new wheels. How about taking a short trip out to Altoona? Just 43 miles away, roll down your windows and enjoy the wind in your hair on the way there. Holiday Bowl ought to be high up on your list here. Galactic Ice and Baker Mansion are must-see attractions too. Don’t miss Williamsport either! Just 47 miles away, Howard J. Lamade Stadium, Peter J. McGovern Little League Museum and Community Theatre League are essential stops here.
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With your own ride, Bellefonte is all yours to explore. People flock to this charming city for many reasons, and here at CarRentals.com we have the ideal car for each of them. A priority for large families is space (and legroom). Depending on the size of the family, that could mean anything from a full-size car to an SUV. Thrifty travelers like the fuel-efficiency of our smaller cars, such as an economy or a mini. If you’re looking to make an impression in Bellefonte, you could even have a glimpse at our special category for a ride that’ll make any car enthusiast go all tingly with excitement.
Sometimes the journey is more significant than the destination, which makes choosing the right car important. If you’re about to head off on an epic road trip around Bellefonte, a comfortable SUV could be the perfect solution. If you’d like the best possible price and plan on sticking mostly to the city, a budget compact is a wise pick. All you have to do is work out what’ll suit you best, pack up the car, and hit the road.
When driving somewhere new, you’ll want to have a good grasp of the local traffic laws. Here’s what you’ll need to know to cruise around Bellefonte safely:
In Bellefonte, you’ll need to stick to the right side. When traveling someplace new, it’s always a wise idea to select a car with automatic transmission. That way, you can focus on the road and save worrying about gear changes.
It’s relatively easy to find a car space in Bellefonte, though it can be hard to score a spot in the busiest streets. Staying at a hotel that has parking included will make things easier.
As with many destinations, roads get busier in the morning and afternoon rush hours. However, with a population of approximately 6,200, traffic jams aren’t a huge concern in Bellefonte.
Speed limits vary in the city of Bellefonte, but usually range from 20mph to 70mph. Most residential roads have a top speed of 20mph unless posted otherwise.
Generally speaking, your chosen rental car company will charge the fined amount to your credit card, including local surcharges. Alternatively, they may share your contact details with local authorities, who’ll then send a fine straight to you.
It’s not illegal to use a cell phone while driving, but we don’t recommend it. For a safer journey, it’s a good idea to wait until you’re safely parked before using your phone.
The legal BAC (blood alcohol content) limit when operating a vehicle in Bellefonte is 0.08%. If you’re in the mood for a big night out, leave your rental wheels behind and organize another way of getting home instead.
Yes it is. But before doing so, you are required to bring the vehicle to a complete stop and only move on if there’s no traffic approaching.
By law everyone must wear a seat belt. However, there are exceptions for certain vehicles run by public transportation networks.