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You’ll want to check out nearby Berea. What’s 53 miles when you have your own set of wheels? The road trip there is half the fun! Among the first stops you make here ought to be Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, St. Clare Catholic Church and Fiber Frenzy. Don’t skip Danville either! Just 59 miles away, Ephraim McDowell House, Bright Leaf Golf Course and Pioneer Playhouse are essential stops here.
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Get prepared for your upcoming adventure in Parkers Lake. Which car you decide on depends on what kind of vacation you have in mind. If you’re traveling by yourself, why not opt for a compact or a mini? They’re economical to run and easy to park. If you’re traveling with a few friends, book an intermediate or a standard car. They offer more legroom and space for bags.
You’ll be happy to hear that there’s a broad range of both high-end and economy rental vehicles available in Parkers Lake. What you opt for will depend on your funds as well as what you plan to do. Prestige vehicles often spare no expense when it comes to mod cons and comfort. If you’re splurging, why not pick up an SUV with all the bells and whistles, or perhaps a slick mid-sized vehicle? Otherwise, if you’re just after a set of wheels to whiz around town in as cheaply as possible, you’re better off going with a budget compact vehicle (or something else that won’t blow your budget).
There’s a bit more to road-tripping around Parkers Lake than simply jumping behind the wheel and turning the ignition. Get the lowdown on a few of the most important local road rules here:
In Parkers Lake, you’ll have to stick to the right-hand side. When visiting someplace new, it’s always a good idea to opt for a vehicle with automatic transmission. That way, you can focus on the road and not stress about gear changes.
You’re unlikely to have any problems finding a space to park in Parkers Lake. With loads of places to leave your car, exploring this destination is easy.
The residential areas in Parkers Lake have a 35mph speed limit. Outside these built-up areas, the speed limits usually range between 25mph and 65mph.
One of two things will happen. Your chosen rental car company may bill the amount stated on the fine to your credit card. This is the usual approach. On the other hand, it may pass on your contact information to the relevant local agency so the fine is sent directly to you.
It’s legal to use your cell phone while operating a vehicle in Parkers Lake. However, we suggest that you stay on the safe side and avoid using your phone — your attention should be on the road.
The legal BAC (blood alcohol content) limit while driving in Parkers Lake is 0.08%. If a big night is on the cards, leave your car behind and organize another way of getting home instead.
Yes you can. However, before you turn you must completely stop the car and only proceed if the lane is clear.
By law everyone must wear a seat belt. Although, there are some exceptions for certain vehicles operated by public transportation networks.