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Driving & Directions in Italy

Italians have a bit of a reputation as flamboyant drivers. In certain cities, particularly in the south, this reputation is often justified and you will notice a tendency for drivers to ignore red lights & speed limits. In general, however, driving in Italy is pretty safe as long as you keep your wits about you. As with other predominantly Catholic countries in Western Europe, drivers should also be aware that many places, including petrol stations, will be closed on Sundays. There are automated petrol pumps but these need either a local bank card or the exact money in cash (as they don’t give change).

Here are a few basic phrases to help in case you get lost...


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