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Frequently asked questions
With some terrific road trip options available in the surrounding area, having your own car makes good sense. Without one, it’d be much harder to explore everything that Newport, 28 miles away, has to offer. See the sights starting with Nye Beach, Oregon Coast Aquarium and South Beach State Park. The locals will also probably point you toward South Beach, 31 miles away. If you can only find time for one attraction here, make sure it’s Nye Beach. (But we’re also big fans of Oregon Coast Aquarium and South Beach State Park.)
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Whether you’re traveling by yourself or with a group, we can help find the ideal set of wheels for you in Otis. If you’d rather something smaller, why not pick up the keys to a mini? These nifty cars are easy to park and cheap to run. Can’t wait to explore the surrounding areas? An SUV or a full-size car might just be the ticket. If you’d rather pull out all the stops on your getaway, make an impression with one of our ritzy premium cars.
First of all, there’s a great range of both luxury and economy rental vehicles on offer in Otis. What you end up going with is largely dependent on how much you want to spend and what you’re planning to do. Specialty vehicles are all about comfort and class. If you’re splurging, why not pick up a high-end SUV, or perhaps a cushy medium-sized vehicle? Otherwise, if you just need a car to get you around town at the cheapest price possible, you’re better off choosing an economy compact vehicle (or something else that’s unlikely to break the bank).
There’s a fair bit more to hitting the road in Otis than simply sliding behind the wheel and turning the ignition. Get to know a few important local road rules here:
You’ll be cruising along the right side of the road in Otis. Even though you may be comfortable with the traffic rules, we recommend driving with a little extra care in new and unfamiliar destinations.
It’s relatively easy to find somewhere to park in Otis, though you might find it difficult to secure a spot in the biggest and busiest streets. Booking a hotel that offers on-site parking is always a good idea.
Speed limits vary around the city of Otis, but generally range from 20mph to 70mph. Most residential roads have a maximum speed of 25mph unless stated otherwise.
Normally, your chosen rental company will charge the amount stated on the fine to your credit card. Alternatively, the company may provide your contact details to local authorities so they can send a fine straight to you.
As in many places, regular cell phone usage is not allowed while driving in Otis. However, an exception applies for hands-free or Bluetooth functions. Just be sure to keep your eyes on the road.
When behind the wheel in Otis, it’s against the law to have a BAC (blood alcohol content) in excess of 0.08%. Thinking of having a wine or two with lunch or dinner? Consider using a ride-sharing service or booking a taxi.
Yes, drivers are allowed to turn on a red light in Otis. But before doing so, you must completely stop the car. Move on only when your way is clear.
You bet. However, there are a couple of exceptions for vehicles operated by public transportation networks.