If your trip to Olathe is all organized but your travel itinerary is a little on the empty side, we can give you a helping hand.Make the short drive out of the center of the neighborhood and spend an afternoon exploring Fort Dodge and Great Mall of the Great Plains. Once you’ve crossed them off your to-do list, steer your car in the direction of Ernie Miller Nature Center.
If you’re eager to get out and meet new people, participating in an event at Overland Park Convention Center is an excellent idea. You’ll find it 11 miles from Olathe, so browse the conference calendar and see what grabs you.
Sure, you can go and explore Olathe without wheels. But with so much to see, having one will definitely make your trip all the more memorable. If you’re hoping to venture out into nature, consider a vehicle with a bit of extra power. A full-size car or an SUV could be exactly what you need. A smaller car, like a mini or a compact, is a top choice for travelers heading off on shorter trips.
There’s plenty of choice when it comes to rental cars in Olathe. From SUVs with space to spare to zippy little compacts that make parking a breeze, you’ll find it all here. Choosing your ride depends on how much you’d like to spend and where you plan to go. There are some road trips that are just begging you to splurge on your dream ride, whereas other adventures don’t need anything more than enough space for your luggage and buddies. Which will it be this time?
You’ll be driving on the right-hand side of the road in Olathe. Even though the rules may be similar to home, we recommend driving with a little extra care in destinations you’ve never been.
Most of the time, your rental car company will charge the amount fined to your credit card. Alternatively, the company may provide your contact details to the relevant local agency so they can send a fine straight to you.
It is legal to use a cell phone while driving around Olathe. But we recommend that you play it safe and avoid using or handling your phone — your attention is better spent on the road.
When driving in Olathe, it’s against the law to have a BAC (blood alcohol content) higher than 0.08%. Planning to have a glass or two of wine with lunch or dinner? Consider using a ride-sharing service or booking a taxi.
Yes, you may turn on a red light in Olathe. But before doing so, you are required to stop the vehicle completely. Proceed only when the lane is clear of oncoming traffic.
By law everyone must wear a seat belt. Although, there may be exceptions for vehicles run by public transportation systems.