If your trip to Selbyville is all organized but your itinerary is looking a bit empty, let us give you a helping hand.Keep yourself busy by swinging by Bayside Resort Golf Club and Assawoman Bay. If you still have stamina and room on your itinerary, River Run Golf Club is also calling your name.
If you have a few more days to spare and you’re happy to travel 18 miles, check out Rehoboth Beach. This lively place offers loads of things to keep you busy. Among the first stops you make here should be Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, Lewes Beach and Tanger Outlets. The locals are also likely to point you toward Lewes, 20 miles away. If you only have time for one thing here, let it be Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk. (But we’re also huge fans of Lewes Beach and Tanger Outlets.)
Selbyville is home to some magical coastal areas, and there’s no better way to experience them than from behind the wheel of your own rental car. See what fascinating treasures you can find peppered along the shoreline of one of these lovely beaches:
Fenwick Island Beach (7 miles away).
Maryland Beach (7 miles away).
Ocean City Beach (8 miles away).
If you’re attending a corporate conference in Selbyville, you might want to follow up with your new connections over dinner and drinks. Luckily, these convention centers have some awesome restaurants and cafés close by:
Roland E. Powell Convention Center (9 miles away).
Rehoboth Beach Convention Center (18 miles away).
No matter your motoring requirements in Selbyville, CarRentals.com will get you there comfortably and efficiently. If you’re in the city for business reasons, a premium car is a great fit. These vehicles boast top-end finishes, luxurious interiors, and a host of contemporary features. Traveling on a limited budget and want to save some cash? A mini or a compact car may be a top choice. These cool little rides are cheaper to rent and terrific for navigating tight city streets. If you’ve got the little ones (and plenty of luggage) in tow, a full-size SUV will give you all the room and space you need.
First of all, there’s a wide variety of both economy and high-end vehicles to rent in Selbyville. What you end up going with will depend on what you’re willing to spend and what you plan to do. Specialty vehicles often spare no expense when it comes to mod cons and comfort. If you want to treat yourself, why not go for an SUV with all the bells and whistles, or perhaps a stylish mid-sized sedan? Alternatively, if you just need a set of wheels to whiz around town in as efficiently as possible, we can help you out with a no-frills compact vehicle (or something else that won’t burn a hole in your pocket).
You’ll be cruising along the right side of the road in Selbyville. Even though the conditions may be similar to home, it’s wise to drive more cautiously in a new destination.
Finding a parking spot in Selbyville is easy. You won’t need to circle the block in heavy traffic here — and that’s what the locals love about it. There’s plentiful on and off-street parking on offer.
As with many destinations, you can expect slightly heavier traffic in the early and late rush hours. However, thanks to its smaller population of roughly 2,400, traffic jams aren’t a big concern in Selbyville.
In the city of Selbyville, speed limits range from 20mph to 65mph. Most built-up areas have a maximum speed limit of 25mph unless stated otherwise.
Most of the time, your rental company will bill the amount stated on the fine to your credit card. Alternatively, the company may forward your contact details to the relevant local agency so they can issue a fine to you directly.
As with many places, standard cell phone usage is not allowed while behind the wheel in Selbyville. An exception applies for hands-free or Bluetooth functions. Just ensure you stay focused on the road.
In Selbyville, it’s against the law to drive with a BAC (blood alcohol content) of more than 0.08%. If you’re planning to have a few drinks with dinner, it’s a good idea to leave the rental car at your hotel.
Yes. But before doing so, you must bring the vehicle to a complete stop and only proceed if the coast is clear.
Seat belts should always be fastened in Delaware. That being said, these rules may vary for certain vehicles, such as those operated by public transportation systems.