Malta Car Tours


Malta Tours

Malta Car Tours

Those who would love to be independent in getting around Malta, hiring a car may be the best option. Malta car tours are a very fine way to see what's around in the country. It is relatively cheap than hiring a taxi and driving conditions in Malta have tremendously improved in the recent years.

There are a few reminders to take note of when taking Malta tours. First, driving in Malta is on the left - a British influence. On open roads, the speed limit is 65 kph and 40kph is set on built-up, busy districts. Both national and international driving licenses are accepted, and comprehensive insurance is advisable. As in many other countries, seat belts are compulsory and implemented rather strictly.

If you are taking children aged nine months to four years in Malta car tours, you are required to have them occupy a baby seat, and most car rental companies have them. Be very careful where you park your hired car. Check road signs, markings and signposts to see whether you are not breaking any rules. Parking tickets are issued to lawbreakers, locals and foreigners alike.

Taking Malta car tours are convenient, but may be a little stressful if you are not used to driving or lack the flexibility to adapt to different driving conditions. It is best to know the road conditions on your way to your destination. Those who have taken Malta car tours before will know that road discipline by the locals is not very ideal, and street lighting at night is fairly limited.

Taking a drive to Gozo will lead you to a place where there is not much traffic. Malta car tours to Gozo are less stressful, and you can enjoy the sites without having to worry too much about your driving.

Gas service stations are widely available in Malta. However, take note that they are only open from Mondays through Saturdays, from 8AM to 6:30PM in the peak summer seasons, and close at 6PM during winter months. There are self-service machines available when the service stations are closed.

When going on Malta car tours, having a good map on hand is a must. Maltese locals are generally friendly and are willing to help, all you need to do is ask. It is also best to pre-book your rental online since the rates come out cheaper than booking when you arrive. The Mediterranean car rental market is relatively cheap compared to other Mediterranean destinations. When you plan to go on the peak summer months, make sure you get a booking beforehand. Many tourists go on Malta car tours during summer, so getting a car might be more difficult.

Malta car tours allow you to make the most out of your Malta holiday and discover by yourself the many hidden treasures and charms that this place has to offer. Malta has tons of things in store, and with limited time, Malta car tours will be your best chance to go to the sites and areas you would like to see most.


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