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Frequently asked questions

What are the major attractions in Owingsville?
If your trip to Owingsville is all organized but your travel itinerary is looking a bit empty, we can give you a helping hand.If you want to return home with some unforgettable travel memories, have a go at shore fishing. It’s one of the most popular activities around town. When you’re done, take a look around Daniel Boone National Forest and Cave Run Lake.
What are the best road trip destinations near Owingsville?
Located 25 miles away and home to plenty of things to do, Stanton draws visitors throughout the year. Come and discover why they keep coming back for more. Rogers is another place you won’t want to miss. It’s about 30 miles away. Climb out of the car, stretch those legs and see what this place has to offer.
What kind of rental car should I get for Owingsville?
Whether you’re getting away by yourself or with a few friends, CarRentals.com will help you find the perfect set of wheels for your Owingsville trip. A compact car is a superb choice if you’ll be spending the majority of your time in the center of the city. Low-cost and with great mileage, these cars will take you from A to B with ease. If you feel like splashing out, pick a ride from our special category. You’re sure to find something that’ll elicit some envious stares! Got the kids in tow? A spacious SUV should tick all the boxes.
Should I get a luxury rental car in Owingsville?
You’ll be glad to hear that there’s a broad range of both economy and high-end rentals in Owingsville. What you go for will depend on how much you want to spend as well as what you plan to do. Specialty and prestige vehicles are hard to beat if you’re all about comfort and class. If you’re splurging, why not pick an SUV with all the bells and whistles, or perhaps an upmarket mid-sized sedan? On the other hand, if you just need a set of wheels to whiz around town in as economically as possible, go for a no-frills compact vehicle (or something else that’s unlikely to break the bank).
What side of the road do they drive on in Owingsville?
People drive on the right-hand side of the road in Owingsville. Even though the conditions may be similar to home, we suggest driving more cautiously in new and unfamiliar destinations.
Is it difficult to park in Owingsville?
You’ll find loads of places to park the car in Owingsville. Even in the thick of the action, you’re likely to score a space right where you need it.
Does Owingsville have peak-hour traffic?
As with many destinations, you can expect slightly heavier traffic just before and after work during the week. However, with a population of approximately 1,600, traffic isn’t a big issue in Owingsville.
Are there speed limits in Owingsville?
Most residential zones in Owingsville have a 35mph speed limit. Outside these areas, the speed limits typically range between 25mph and 65mph.
What happens if I get a speeding fine while driving a rental car in Bath County?
One of two things will happen. Your chosen car rental company may bill the amount of the fine to your credit card. This is the usual approach. Or it may pass on your contact details to local authorities so the fine is issued directly to you.
Is it illegal to use a cell phone while driving in Owingsville?
You’re allowed to use a cell phone when behind the wheel in Owingsville. However, we recommend waiting until the end of your trip, or pulling over in a safe spot, before using your phone.
What are the rules around drink driving in Owingsville?
The legal BAC (blood alcohol content) limit while driving in Owingsville is 0.08%. If you’re planning a big night out, leave your rental wheels behind and organize some other way of getting home instead.
Is turning on a red light allowed in Owingsville?
Yes, you may turn on a red light in Owingsville. But before doing so, you have to stop the car completely. Move on only when the lane is clear of approaching traffic.
Are seat belts compulsory in Bath County?
In short, yes. However, there may be exceptions for vehicles operated by public transportation systems.