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Frequently asked questions

What are the major attractions in Milan?
If your trip to Milan is all sorted out but your itinerary is a bit on the empty side, let us give you a helping hand.There’s plenty to do in the immediate surrounds. Don’t leave without exploring Briarwood Mall and Holiday Inn Dundee-Waterpark. If you can, also check out Ypsilanti Water Tower.
What are the best road trip destinations near Milan?
Located 18 miles away and home to plenty to see and do, Monroe brings in visitors year-round. Come and find out why they keep coming back. You could also discover the sights and sounds of Romulus. It’s about 19 miles from Milan and has some fantastic things to offer.
What kind of rental car should I get for Milan?
Whether you’re vacationing by yourself or with all the family, CarRentals.com can help you find the perfect ride for your Milan adventure. A compact car is an ideal option if you’re planning to spend most of your time in the city center. Low-cost and with good mileage, these cars will get you from point A to B easily and quickly. If you’re eager to make a splash, rent a ride from our special category. We know you’ll find something that’ll attract some attention! Got the youngsters with you? A roomy SUV will meet your needs.
Should I get a luxury rental car in Milan?
You’ll be happy to hear that there’s a broad range of luxury rentals in Milan. What you end up going with depends on what you’re willing to spend and what you plan to do. Prestige vehicles are hard to beat if you’re all about comfort and class. If you’re splurging, why not grab a high-end SUV, or perhaps a cushy mid-sized vehicle? On the other hand, if you’re just after a set of wheels to get you from A to B at the cheapest price possible, maybe go for a budget compact vehicle (or something else that won’t burn a hole in your wallet).
What side of the road do they drive on in Milan?
You’ll need to keep right when driving in Milan. In addition, exercise a bit of extra caution if it’s your first time in the driver’s seat here. Once you’ve got the hang of how the locals drive, relax and enjoy the scenery!
Is it difficult to park in Milan?
You’re unlikely to have any trouble getting a parking spot in Milan. With plenty of places to leave your car, exploring the top sights of this destination is a joy.
Does Milan have peak-hour traffic?
One of the advantages of visiting a smaller city is less traffic, so don’t worry too much about rush-hour gridlock. With a population of around 6,000, you can expect a smooth Milan driving experience.
Are there speed limits in Milan?
Speed limits vary in the city of Milan, but typically range from 25mph to 70mph. Most residential roads have a top speed of 25mph unless marked otherwise.
What happens if I get a speeding fine while driving a rental car in Washtenaw County?
One of two things will happen. Your rental company may charge the amount of the fine to your credit card. This is the most common practice. Or it may give your contact details to the relevant local authority so the fine is sent directly to you.
Is it illegal to use a cell phone while driving in Milan?
It is legal to use your cell phone while cruising around Milan. But we suggest that you play it safe and avoid using or handling your phone — your focus should be on the road.
What are the rules around drink driving in Milan?
In Milan, it is a punishable offence to drive with a BAC (blood alcohol content) greater than 0.08%. If you’re thinking of having a few drinks, leave the car at your hotel.
Is turning on a red light allowed in Milan?
Yes it is. But before you turn, you are required to bring the vehicle to a complete stop and only proceed if the coast is clear.
Are seat belts compulsory in Washtenaw County?
Seat belts must be worn in Washtenaw County. Having said that, these rules may not apply for certain vehicles, such as those operated by public transportation systems.