If your trip to Oro-Medonte is all sorted out but your itinerary is a bit on the empty side, we can give you a few hints and tips.Keep yourself occupied by dropping by Horseshoe Valley and Horseshoe Adventure Park. If you still have plenty of stamina and room on your travel schedule, Hardwood Ski and Bike is also calling your name.
If you’re looking for a day-trip destination, we’ve got a couple of tips. Sitting 18 miles away, Georgina is worth jumping in the car for. Sibbald Point Provincial Park, Briars Golf Club and Georgina Pioneer Village Museum and Archives alone make the drive out here worthwhile. Locals are also likely to point you in the direction of Midland, 20 miles away. If you can only find time for one attraction here, let it be Discovery Harbour. (But we’d also recommend Midland Cultural Centre and Little Lake Park.)
A rental car allows you to get from A to B with ease in Oro-Medonte. If you’re traveling on a shoestring and want to make your budget go further, a mini or a compact is an excellent option. These zippy cars are affordable to run and easy to park. If you’ve got the kids in tow, a full-size car will give you plenty of space.
Sometimes the journey is more significant than the destination, which makes finding the right car important. If you’re about to head off on an epic road trip around Oro-Medonte, a comfortable SUV could be the perfect solution. If you’re hoping for the cheapest price possible and plan to stick to city driving, a versatile compact is hard to beat. All you need to do is choose what suits you best, load up the car, and clock up those miles.
You’ll be driving on the right-hand side of the road in Oro-Medonte. Even though it may seem similar to home, it’s a good idea to drive a little more carefully in destinations you’ve never been.
You’ll discover loads of places to park the car in Oro-Medonte. Even in the thick of the action, you’re likely to score a space just where you need it.
While cruising through the streets of Oro-Medonte, keep in mind that the speed limits generally range from 50km/h to 100km/h. Residential areas are 50km/h unless signed otherwise.
One of two things will happen. Your rental company may bill the amount stated on the fine to your credit card. This is the usual practice. Otherwise, it may give your contact information to the relevant local agency so the fine is issued directly to you.
If you have hands-free or Bluetooth functions enabled, it’s fine to use your cell phone while driving in Oro-Medonte. But be sure to keep your eyes on the road.
While behind the wheel in Oro-Medonte, it’s a criminal offence to have a BAC (blood alcohol content) in excess of 0.05%. Thinking of having a wine or two with lunch or dinner? Consider taking a taxi or using a ride-sharing service.
Yes, drivers may turn on a red light in Oro-Medonte. But before doing so, you must stop the car completely. Proceed only when your way is clear of approaching traffic.
Yes, so buckle up. Although, there are a few exceptions for vehicles run by public transportation networks.