If your trip to Marananga is all organized but your itinerary is looking a bit empty, we can give you a helping hand.Plan a stop at Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop. It’s one attraction you’ll usually find on most visitors’ to-do lists. If you still have space on your itinerary, Chateau Tanunda and Hentley Farm will keep you amused too.
Put some extra gas in the tank, because there are a few good reasons to explore beyond Marananga. They include Rundle Mall in Adelaide — a tempting road-trip destination just 35 miles away. Adelaide Oval is also a popular attraction.
Rent a car and explore Marananga your way. Want to venture out into some nearby natural areas? Go with a full-size car. This vehicle is perfect for those who want adventure in the great outdoors. Just want to get easily from A to B and traveling with minimal luggage? If you’re not planning on doing a lot of driving, a fuel-efficient mini is a great option.
Sometimes it’s all about the journey, which makes choosing the right car important. If you’re about to head off on an epic road trip around Marananga, a spacious SUV could be the perfect solution. If you’re hoping for the best possible price and plan on sticking mostly to the city, a budget compact is a smart pick. All you have to do is choose what will suit you best, throw your bags in the trunk, and hit the road.
The left side of the road is where you’ll be cruising along in Marananga. The controls of your rental vehicle here, like the steering wheel, will be on the other side of what you’re used to.
Getting a parking spot in Marananga is a cinch. You won’t need to keep driving around the block in dense traffic here — and that’s why the locals love it. There’s lots of on and off-street parking available.
While driving through the streets of Marananga, keep in mind that the speed limits generally range from 25km/h to 110km/h. Residential zones are 50km/h unless marked otherwise.
Like many places, normal cell phone usage is prohibited while operating a vehicle in Marananga. However, an exception applies for hands-free or Bluetooth capabilities. Just be sure to maintain focus on the road.
In Marananga, it is against the law to operate a vehicle with a BAC (blood alcohol content) higher than 0.05%. If you’re going to have a few drinks over dinner, leave the rental car behind.
No, it’s not. In Marananga, red means stop, with no exceptions. When approaching traffic lights, always drive at a safe speed so you can easily stop when you need to.
Although there are a few exceptions, seat belts must be fastened in Light Regional Council.