There’s no need to limit yourself to San Simon when you’ve got your own ride! Roper Lake State Park is one of the many reasons visitors head to Safford. You’ll discover it 47 miles away. Want another reason to check it out? Thatcher Splash Park may just persuade you.
Here are our best tips and tricks to help you save more money:
Investigate as many different bargain deals as you can (we make that chore as easy as pie!)
Keep an eye on your inbox for our popular Price Drop Alert. We’ll keep you in the know about all the great deals cruising around your location
Before you pick up your keys and jump behind the wheel, check out both airport and non-airport pickup and drop-off outlets to make sure you’re getting the best deal around
If you’re not fussed about which day of the week you collect the keys to your car and your travel plans are flexible, play around with days and dates to find the best prices
So you don’t end up paying a late fee or an extra day, try to keep your pickup and drop-off times the same
Some rental outlets offer discounts if you pay as soon as you book, so keep your eyes open for these money-saving deals
Book as soon as your vacation dates are set. You’d hate to miss out because you left it too late!
No other mode of transportation can give you flexibility and freedom like your own wheels. Whatever the reason for your trip to San Simon, CarRentals.com has a fantastic selection of vehicles for you to pick from. Heading to the city with your special someone? Turn up the romance by renting a mini or compact car. A delight to drive and easy to park in tight spots, you’ll adore sitting next to each other in one of these nifty rides. A full-size car is ideal for families with youngsters. There’s enough space for everyone and you can go where you want, when you want. If you’re on the road for business, a premium car will take you from your hotel to the boardroom in sophisticated style.
There’s plenty of choice when it comes to rental cars in San Simon. From SUVs with space to spare to zippy compacts that make parking a cinch, 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 others require no more than an engine and four wheels. What type of car will it be this time?
When driving in a new city, you should have a solid understanding of the local traffic laws. Here’s what you’ll need to know to jump behind the wheel in San Simon safely:
In San Simon, you’ll have to stick to the right-hand side. When visiting someplace new, it’s always a good idea to opt for a car with automatic transmission. That way, you can focus on the road and save worrying about gear changes.
Finding a parking spot in San Simon is a piece of cake. You won’t have to keep driving around the block in dense traffic here — and that’s why the locals love it. There’s lots of off and on-street parking to take your pick of.
Since the population of San Simon is only 170, you shouldn’t have too much trouble with traffic. That said, downtown streets generally get busy before and after work hours, so you may want to avoid driving then.
There sure are. In the city of San Simon, speed limits range from 20mph to 75mph. Most built-up areas have a maximum speed limit of 20mph unless indicated otherwise.
Normally your rental car company will charge the amount listed on the fine to your credit card, including local surcharges and taxes. Or they may share your contact details with local law enforcement agencies, who’ll then send a fine straight to you.
It’s legal to use your cell phone while behind the wheel in San Simon. However, we suggest that you play it safe and avoid using your phone — it’s best to keep your eyes on the road.
In San Simon, it is against the law to operate a vehicle with a BAC (blood alcohol content) in excess of 0.08%. If you’re in the mood for a couple of drinks with lunch or dinner, you’d be wise to leave your car at your hotel.
Yes, you can turn on a red light in San Simon. However, first you have to completely stop the car. Continue only when the lane you are turning into is clear of approaching traffic.
Yes. Although, there are a few exceptions for vehicles run by public transportation systems.