Driving in New Zealand

Due to long distances between attractions, a lack of public transport in sparsely populated areas and the sheer beauty of the scenery on offer, self-driving is one of the most popular ways of traveling around New Zealand.
Among the things you need to know are basics such as the speed limit, the laws on cell phone use and child seats, as well as more specific rules regarding overseas driving licenses and the alcohol limit for legal driving.
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If you plan on buying or hiring a vehicle while in the country it is important that you are aware of the local rules and regulations.
Before heading off on a driving adventure across the country take a look at this informative infographic.

SOURCE: www . omegarentalcars . com/locations/safe-driving-in-new-zealand/

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