If you’re after a day-trip destination, we know just the place. Located 22 miles away, Rotorua is worth jumping in the car for. Among the first stops you make here ought to be Lake Rotorua, Skyline Rotorua and Lake Okareka. Locals will also likely point you in the direction of Wairakei, 31 miles away. If you only have time for one attraction here, let it be Taupo Hot Springs. (But we’d also highly recommend Huka Falls and Craters of the Moon.)
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With your own set of wheels, Tokoroa is yours to discover. People flock to this charming city for loads of reasons, and here at CarRentals.com we have an unique car for each of them. The top priority for big families is space. Depending on the size of the family, that could mean anything from a full-size car to a van. Budget-conscious travelers usually prefer the great gas mileage of our smaller vehicles, such as a mini or compact car. If you’re in the mood to attract a few admiring glances in Tokoroa, you could even cast an eye over our special category for a ride that’ll make any car buff weak at the knees.
For some of us, owning a prestige vehicle may be somewhat out of reach. But renting your dream ride is absolutely within your grasp! Experience the thrill of cruising the open roads in a classy sports car, even if it’s only for a few days. Or perhaps all you need is a budget ride to get you quickly from A to B. Flashy or frugal? Whatever you decide, one thing’s for sure — there’s a rental car to suit you in Tokoroa.
When driving somewhere you’ve never been before, you should have a solid understanding of the local traffic laws. Here’s what you’ll need to know to navigate your way around Tokoroa with ease:
The left side of the road is where you’ll be motoring along in Tokoroa. The controls of your rental vehicle here, like the steering wheel and gearshift, will be on the opposite side of what you’re used to.
You’re unlikely to have any issues finding somewhere to park in Tokoroa. With loads of places to leave your car, exploring the best of this destination is a joy.
As the population of Tokoroa is only 14,300, you shouldn’t have too much difficulty with traffic congestion. That being said, major roads can get busy before and after work hours, so you may want to avoid driving then.
While cruising through the streets of Tokoroa, keep in mind that the speed limits usually range from 50km/h to 100km/h. Most residential areas are 40km/h unless otherwise signed.
Generally, one of two things will happen. Your chosen car rental company may bill the amount of the fine to your credit card. This is the most common practice. On the other hand, it may provide your contact information to local authorities so the fine is sent to you directly.
It is prohibited to use your cell phone while you’re behind the wheel in Tokoroa, and you could even be charged a fine for just holding your phone if you’re in control of a vehicle. That said, the use of hands-free or Bluetooth functions is permitted, as long as your attention remains on the road.
In Tokoroa, it is a criminal offence to drive with a BAC (blood alcohol content) greater than 0.05%. If you’re planning to have a few drinks over dinner, it’d be wise to leave the car behind.
No. In Tokoroa, red means stop, with no exceptions. When approaching a set of traffic lights, always drive at a safe speed so you can easily stop when you need to.
Subject to a small number of exceptions, seat belts must be fastened when the vehicle is in motion in South Waikato District.