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DRIVING LAWS IN
Traffic in Turkey drives
on the right hand side of the road. Whether you plan to rent a car in TURKEY or drive
your own car in Turkey, you should bring driving license, so that you don't
need to apply for an international driving permit. The car rental agency in
Turkey will want to see it and so will the police if you are stopped. If you
are planning to stay long-term in Turkey, then your foreign driving license is
usually only valid for up to 90 days. After this time, you must apply for an
international driving permit. The minimum age to drive a motorcycle or car in
Turkey is 18.
In Turkey, if a road
accident occurs, the police must be contacted and a report should be made by
them. By not doing so, you are breaking the law and possibly punishments may be
served. Seat belts must be worn all the time by front seat passages, whether in
rural areas or busy areas. Back seat passengers must wear seat belts in rural
and less busier areas, where the traffic flows quicker and the speedlimit is
higher. Although these are the laws, it is recommended for all passengers to
wear a seat belt at all times to be safe.
Drinking and driving
laws are strict in Turkey and therefore need to be known for anyone planning to
drive. There should be no more than 0.05 % of alcohol found in the bloodstream
for any driver travelling with a private vehicle. If your vehicle is towing a
caravan or trailer, then there is a no tolerance law and if found with alcohol
in your blood stream, the consequences will be harsh. The policeare very strict
on driving under the influence of alcohol offences and therefore deal severe
punishments to those who commit such offences.
Your vehicle that you
are driving must have motor insurance and if you bring your insured vehicle
from another EU country, it is often still valid in Turkey, but it is
recommended to check first. Good, reputable insurance companies can be found
all over Turkey and oftenfirms and companies dealing with vehicles will often
recommend one to you.
Headlights must be on
in the evening, when visibility is more difficult. Lights should also be
switched on in the day time in bad weather conditions, when visibility is
Many fuels are
available to buy in Turkey. LPG can be found and legally bought in large towns
and cities in Turkey and Diesel, leaded and unleaded can all be found in most
fuel stations around the country. Most fuel stations accept credit cards,
including foreign ones,but it is advised to inform your bank or credit card
user before hand to inform them that the card will be used in Turkey. For all
people travelling around Turkey in any sort of vehicle, it is compulsory to
have certain equipment and documents with them. Police may stop the car for a
routine inspection and problems may occur if the required equipment and
documents are not present in the vehicle. These things are: a warning triangle,
first-aid kit and fire extinguisher. The driver must also have their valid
driving license and any relevant documents for the vehicle.First Rent A Car Antalya wishes you a confortable driving in TURKEY.We hope First Car Rental Antalya will be your car hire Agency in TURKEY for this trip
Speeding is one of the
main driving offences in Turkey, some drivers choose to ignore the signs and
therefore are fined and punished for their actions. Speed limits vary in
different areas and on different roads. The average speed limit for cars and
other private vehicles is 74mph or 120 km/h on a motorway, 31 mph or 50 km/h in
busy areas and 55 mph or 90 km/h in rural and less busier areas. For
motorcycles the limit is 49 mph or 80 km/h on motorways, 31 mph or 50 km/h in
busy areas and 43 mph or 70 km/h in quieter areas. First Rent A Car Antalya
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