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Sure, there's something to be said for traveling without a plan. But sometimes you just need to know which way you're going. Before you turn the key in your rental car and glide down the road, it's worth learning a little bit about Hamilton County. You'll need to book a flight to United States of America to reach this incredible destination.
Here are our recommendations on how to get behind the wheel of a rental car with some savings in your wallet:
Don't spend all your time in the city — venture out into the glorious rural landscapes of Hamilton County and reconnect with nature. If you're in the mood for outdoor adventure, plan a few day trips in an SUV or a full-size car. These bigger vehicles will reliably get you to where the air is purer and the views are better.
For some people, owning a prestige vehicle is the stuff of fairy tales. But renting your dream ride is well within your grasp! Imagine the thrill of cruising the open roads in a classy convertible, even if it's only for a little while. Or perhaps all you need is a reliable set of wheels to bring you from A to B. Flashy or affordable? Either way, one thing's for sure — there's a rental car to suit you in Hamilton County.
From parking rules and seat belt laws to speed limits and cell phone use, there are loads of things to get your head around when driving someplace new. If this is your first visit to Hamilton County, here's what you should know before you get behind the wheel:
Motorists drive on the right-hand side of the road in Hamilton County. Even though it may seem similar to home, we suggest driving with extra care in new and unfamiliar destinations.
Speed limits typically range from 20 mi/h to 70 mi/h in Hamilton County and there are penalties for exceeding the limit. Built-up areas usually have a maximum speed of 30 mi/h, unless stated otherwise.
Normally, your chosen rental car company will bill the amount fined to your credit card. Alternatively, the company may share your contact details with the relevant local authority so they can send a fine to you directly.
In short, yes. However, there are exceptions for certain vehicles operated by public transportation systems.
It is legal to use a cell phone while cruising around Hamilton County. But we suggest that you stay on the safe side and avoid using your phone — it's best to keep your eyes on the road.
The legal BAC (blood alcohol content) limit when operating a vehicle in Hamilton County is 0.08%. If a big night is on the cards, leave your rental wheels behind and organize another way of getting home instead.
Yes it is. But before you turn, you must completely stop the car and only move on if there's no traffic approaching.