First of all, there’s a huge variety of both economy and luxury rentals in Lesedi. What you go for is largely dependent on how much you’re willing to spend and what you’re hoping to do. Prestige vehicles are hard to beat if you’re all about comfort and class. If you want to indulge yourself, why not go for a fully kitted-out SUV, or perhaps a flashy mid-size sedan? On the other hand, if you just need a set of wheels to get you from A to B as efficiently as possible, you’re better off choosing an economy vehicle (or something else that won’t blow your budget).
Motorists drive on the left-hand side of the road in Lesedi. If you plan to get a rental car here, be aware that the steering wheel will be on the right. It could take a little while to get the hang of!
There sure are. Generally, speed limits in Lesedi range between 60km/h and 120km/h. In residential areas, you’re not usually permitted to drive faster than 60km/h.
Normally your chosen rental car company will bill the amount stated on the fine to your credit card, including local surcharges and taxes. Alternatively, they may supply your contact details to the relevant local law enforcement agency, who’ll then issue a fine straight to you.
It’s against the law to use your cell phone while driving a car in Lesedi, and you may even receive a fine for simply handling a phone if you’re in control of a vehicle. That said, using hands-free or Bluetooth functions is permitted, as long as your attention remains on the road.
In Lesedi, it’s a punishable offence to drive with a BAC (blood alcohol content) of more than 0.05%. If you’re thinking of having a drink or two with lunch or dinner, you’d be wise to leave your car behind.
It’s a big no-no to turn at a red light in Lesedi. When you come across one, enjoy a mindful moment or two until the light changes to green.
Seat belts should always be fastened in Sedibeng District Municipality. However, these rules may differ for certain vehicles, like those used by public transportation networks.