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If your trip to Todos Santos is all sorted out but your itinerary is looking a bit empty, let us give you a few hints and tips.
There's nothing like exploring new places. While you're here, Playa La Cachora and Nuestra Senora del Pilar Church should be among them. Another place to look into is Tortugueros Las Playitas Sea Turtle Conservation Project.
Pull out your bucket list, because it's about to get longer. Once you've crossed off the sights in Todos Santos, you'll discover a must-see attraction just a little further out. The Arch barely needs an introduction. Located about 43 miles away in Los Cabos, your travel itinerary should include this must-do sight.
If you adore feeling the sea breeze on your face and the sight of seagulls gliding over the ocean, slide into the driver's seat and spend a day strolling beside the water at Playa La Cachora. You'll find this stunning stretch 5 miles from Todos Santos.
Here are our recommendations on how to hop behind the wheel of a rental car with extra cash in your pocket:
No matter your motoring requirements in Todos Santos, CarRentals.com will get you there with ease. If you're visiting for work, a premium car will have you cruising around in style. These types of vehicles boast high-quality finishes, luxurious interiors, and a host of contemporary features. Traveling on a budget and in the mood to save money? A mini or a compact car may be an excellent choice. These small rides are economical to run and fantastic for zipping around busy city streets. If you've got the kids and a pile of luggage in tow, a full-size car will give you all the room you need.
You'll be glad to hear that there's a broad range of luxury rentals in Todos Santos. What you go with is largely dependent on how much you're willing to spend and what you plan to do. Specialty and prestige vehicles offer the best in mod cons and comfort. If you feel like splashing out, why not go for a high-end SUV, or perhaps a flashy mid-sized vehicle? Otherwise, if you just need a set of wheels to get you around town at the cheapest price possible, go for an economy compact vehicle (or something else that won't burn a hole in your pocket).
Before you rent a car in Todos Santos, brush up on the traffic laws here. From which side of the road to drive on to cell phone restrictions, here's what you should know:
In Todos Santos, you'll have to keep on the right-hand side. When exploring someplace new, it's always a smart idea to rent a car with automatic transmission. That way, you can focus on the road and save worrying about gear changes.
It's relatively easy to find a car space in Todos Santos, although you might find it hard to nab a spot in the busiest streets. Booking a hotel that offers on-site parking is a wise idea.
As with many cities, the roads are generally busy in the early and late rush hours. However, with a population of around 4,400, traffic isn't a major problem in Todos Santos.
Speed limits vary throughout the city of Todos Santos, but generally range from 60 km/h to 110 km/h. Most residential zones have a top speed of 60 km/h unless stated otherwise.
Most of the time, your chosen 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 law enforcement agency so they can send a fine directly to you.
It's illegal to use your cell phone while cruising in your car around Todos Santos, and you may also be charged a fine for just holding a phone when you're in control of a vehicle. However, using hands-free or Bluetooth functions is allowed, as long as you stay focused on the road.
The legal BAC (blood alcohol content) limit while operating a vehicle in Todos Santos is 0.08%. If you're planning on partying, leave your rental wheels behind and organize another way of getting home instead.
It's prohibited to turn at a red light in Todos Santos. When you come across one, enjoy a couple of mindful moments until the light turns green.
By law everyone must wear a seat belt. However, there are exceptions for vehicles operated by public transportation networks.