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Frequently asked questions

What are the major attractions in Double Springs?
If your trip to Double Springs is all booked but your itinerary is a little on the empty side, let us give you a helping hand.You’re not short of things to do around these parts. Within an easy drive of the downtown area, Houston Historic Jail and Natural Bridge Park will keep you entertained.
What are the best road trip destinations near Double Springs?
You don’t have to spend all your time in Double Springs when there’s a great big world out there to discover! Just 55 miles away, Birmingham will keep you busy with top sights like Sloss Furnaces. Birmingham Museum of Art is another popular attraction.
What kind of rental car should I get for Double Springs?
Whatever your motoring needs in Double Springs, CarRentals.com will take you here, there and everywhere quickly and efficiently. If you’re visiting on business, a premium car may be right up your alley. These sorts of vehicles have high-end finishes, exquisite interiors, and a host of modern extras. Traveling on a tight budget and need to save a few bucks? A compact car or a mini may be a good option. Little runabouts like these are economical to run and terrific for maneuvering through busy city streets. If you’ve got the little ones (and tons of luggage) in tow, a full-size car will give you all the space and room you need.
Should I get a luxury rental car in Double Springs?
Sometimes the journey is more significant than the destination, which makes finding the right car important. If you’re planning an epic road trip around Double Springs, a comfortable SUV could be the ideal solution. If you’re looking for a fantastic bargain and plan to stick to city driving, a budget compact is a wise pick. All you have to do is work out what’s the best fit, pack up the car, and clock up those miles.
What side of the road do they drive on in Double Springs?
You’ll be cruising along the right-hand side of the road in Double Springs. Even though the conditions may be similar to home, we suggest driving with extra care in a new destination.
Is it difficult to park in Double Springs?
Getting a parking spot in Double Springs is a piece of cake. You don’t need to keep driving around the block in dense traffic here — and that’s what the locals love about it. There’s plenty of off and on-street parking to choose from.
Does Double Springs have peak-hour traffic?
As with many places, you can expect slightly heavier traffic in the rush hours before and after work. However, thanks to its smaller population of around 1,050, traffic isn’t a huge issue in Double Springs.
Are there speed limits in Double Springs?
There sure are. In Double Springs, speed limits range from 30mph to 70mph. Residential areas have a maximum speed limit of 30mph unless otherwise indicated.
What happens if I get a speeding fine while driving a rental car in Alabama?
Generally speaking, your rental car company will charge the amount detailed on the fine to your credit card, including local taxes. Alternatively, they may share your contact details with the relevant local law enforcement agency, who’ll then send a fine straight to you.
Is it illegal to use a cell phone while driving in Double Springs?
You’re allowed to use your cell phone when cruising around Double Springs. However, we recommend waiting until your journey ends, or pulling over in a safe spot, before making that call.
What are the rules around drink driving in Double Springs?
The legal BAC (blood alcohol content) limit while operating a vehicle in Double Springs is 0.08%. If you’re in the mood for a big night out, leave your rental wheels behind and organize a different way of getting home instead.
Is turning on a red light allowed in Double Springs?
Yes you can. But before you turn, you must bring the vehicle to a complete stop and only continue if the lane is free of traffic.
Are seat belts compulsory in Alabama?
Although there are a few exceptions, seat belts must be fastened in Alabama.