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What are the major attractions in Fet?

If your trip to Fet is all booked but your itinerary is a little on the empty side, let us give you a helping hand.

If you're eager to see more, Triaden Lorenskog Storsenter, Fetsund Lenser and Losby Golf Club are top picks with visitors and within a quick drive of the downtown area.

What are the best road trip destinations near Fet?

With some awesome road trip options in the surrounding area, having your own car makes sense. Without one, it wouldn't be half as easy to experience everything that Hurum, 31 miles away, has to offer. See the sights starting with Hurum Golfklubb, Askestad Art Gallery and Nebba. Located 34 miles away, Lier is another place to aim for. If you drop by, make sure you check out Egge Gard, Asdoljuvet and Tranby Church.

Where are the best beaches near Fet?

Remember to bring along your favorite book and maybe even a Frisbee. Fet has some gorgeous beaches you can go for a drive to, including:

  • Hvervenbukta Beach (16 miles away).
  • Ingierstrand Beach (16 miles away).

Where are the best convention centers near Fet?

If you have some serious work-related business to see to in Fet, there's a good chance you'll be spending lots of time in convention centers. If that's the case, you might like to hear about the ones that have hotels, cafés and restaurants nearby:

  • Norges Varemesse (7 miles away).
  • DogA Norwegian Design and Architecture Centre (16 miles away).
  • Oslo Congress Centre (16 miles away).

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What kind of rental car should I get for Fet?

Whatever your motoring requirements in Fet, will get you from A to B quickly and efficiently. If you're in the city for work, a premium car will have you cruising around in style. These types of vehicles boast high-end finishes, lavish interiors, and a host of contemporary features. Traveling on a tiny budget and in the mood to save money? A mini or a compact car may be an excellent choice. These smaller vehicles are fuel-efficient and perfect for dashing about traffic and busy streets. If you have a few kids (and a good deal of luggage) in tow, a full-size car will have the space you need.

Should I get a luxury rental car in Fet?

You'll be glad to hear that there's an impressive variety of both economy and high-end rentals in Fet. What you go for is largely dependent on how much you're willing to spend as well as what you plan to do. Prestige vehicles offer unparalleled comfort and class. If you're splashing out, why not pick up an elite SUV, or perhaps an upmarket medium-sized vehicle? Otherwise, if you're just after a car to get from A to B at the cheapest price possible, you're better off going with a versatile compact vehicle (or something else that won't break the bank).

What do I need to know about driving in Oslo?

There's quite a bit more to driving around Fet than just buckling up and putting your foot on the gas. Brush up on a few of the most important local rules and regulations here:

What side of the road do they drive on in Fet?

In Fet, you'll have to keep to the right side. When road-tripping someplace new, it's always a smart idea to go for a car with automatic transmission. That way, you can focus on the road and save worrying about gear changes.

Is it difficult to park in Fet?

It's relatively easy to find a car space in Fet, though it can be a challenge to get a spot in the busier streets. Staying at a hotel that offers on-site parking will make things more convenient.

Does Fet have peak-hour traffic?

One of the great things about visiting a smaller city is less traffic, so you won't need to stress too much about rush-hour gridlock. With a population of roughly 6,400, you can look forward to a smooth Fet driving experience.

Are there speed limits in Fet?

While motoring around the streets of Fet, keep in mind that the speed limits typically range from 80 km/h to 110 km/h. Residential areas are 30 km/h unless signed otherwise.

What happens if I get a speeding fine while driving a rental car in Oslo?

Generally, one of two things will happen. Your rental car company may bill the amount of the fine to your credit card. This is the most common practice. Alternatively, it may supply your contact information to local authorities so the fine is issued straight to you.

Is it illegal to use a cell phone while driving in Fet?

Like many places, standard cell phone usage is not allowed while driving in Fet. There is an exception for hands-free or Bluetooth capabilities. Just ensure you maintain focus on the road.

What are the rules around drink driving in Fet?

The legal BAC (blood alcohol content) limit when driving in Fet is 0.02%. If you're in the mood for a big night, leave your rental car behind and organize some other way of getting home instead.

Is turning on a red light allowed in Fet?

It's a big no-no to turn on a red light in Fet. When you come across one, enjoy a mindful moment or two until the signal turns green.

Are seat belts compulsory in Oslo?

They are, so buckle up. Although, there may be exceptions for certain vehicles used by public transportation systems.