If your trip to Suzuka is all sorted out but your itinerary is a little on the empty side, we can give you a few hints and tips.If you’re on the hunt for something to put on your travel itinerary, Ishigakiike Park is within easy reach of the center of this neighborhood. Ryukoji Temple is another popular sight calling your name.
Beaches are perfect places for kite flying. If the wind’s up, why not buckle the little ones into the car and set off to Rinku Beach? It’s 12 miles from Suzuka and is a heavenly place for some family fun in the sun.
Whether you’re hitting the road by yourself or with a group, we’re here to help find your perfect ride in Suzuka. If you’d rather something smaller, why not grab the keys to a mini? These zippy cars are easy to drive and affordable to run. Can’t wait to explore the surrounding areas? An SUV or a full-size car could be perfect. If you want to go all out this vacation, drive around in style with one of our ritzy premium cars.
You’ll be glad to know that there’s a huge range of both economy and luxury rental vehicles in Suzuka. What you end up opting for will depend on your funds and what you plan to do. Specialty vehicles offer unparalleled mod cons and comfort. If you want to treat yourself, why not pick a fully kitted-out SUV, or perhaps a flashy mid-size sedan? On the other hand, if you just need a set of wheels to whiz around town in at the cheapest price possible, maybe go for a versatile compact vehicle (or something else that won’t burn a hole in your wallet).
Not knowing the traffic laws is like heading away on a road trip and not having a map. Cruise with confidence in Suzuka with our driving tips:
The left-hand side of the road is where you’ll be clocking up the miles in Suzuka. Be aware that the controls of your rental vehicle here, like the steering wheel and gearshift, will be on the other side of what you’re used to.
Peak-hour traffic jams aren’t a big problem in Suzuka and the wider Yokkaichi area. With a population of 295,800, the roads aren’t as busy here as they are in bigger cities.
Getting your hands on a car space in Suzuka can take time. That’s why many visitors choose a hotel that has its own parking. When leaving the car around town, keep an eye on the signage. Overstaying the specified time limit could result in a big fine.
The speed limits in the neighborhood of Suzuka are comparable to the rest of Yokkaichi, ranging from 30km/h to 100km/h. For the safety of all road users, a maximum speed limit of 40km/h applies to most residential areas.
In most cases, your car rental company will charge the amount of the fine to your credit card. Alternatively, the company may forward your contact details to the relevant local authority so they can send a fine to you directly.
Seat belts are compulsory in Yokkaichi. However, these rules may not apply for some vehicles, such as those used by public transportation networks.
It’s against the law to use your cell phone while you’re behind the wheel in Suzuka, and you may also be charged a fine for simply holding your phone if you’re in control of a vehicle. That being said, the use of hands-free or Bluetooth functions is permitted, as long as you keep your attention on the road.
In Suzuka, it’s a criminal offence to drive with a BAC (blood alcohol content) higher than 0.03%. If you’re in the mood for a couple of glasses of wine with dinner, leave your car behind.
No, so don’t risk a fine by doing it. In Suzuka, red equals stop, with no exceptions. When approaching a set of traffic lights, always maintain a safe speed so you can easily stop when you need to.