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Top tips for hiring a car in La Palma

  • When you hire a car in La Palma, it is important to be aware that the regional speed limits are signposted in kilometres per hour, rather than in miles. If you are driving in a residential area in La Palma, the speed limit is generally 20 km/h (12 mph), while in towns, it increases to 50 km/h (30 mph). On country roads, outside of built-up areas, the speed limit is usually 90-100 km/h (55-65 mph). Keep an eye on the speed limit signs as you go, as these can vary depending on the route you take. If you are caught speeding in La Palma, you could be hit with a fine of between 100-500 € (£86-426)
  • If you’re visiting La Palma with children, you should be aware of the laws regarding children’s seatbelts and safety restraints. In La Palma, children under the age of 12 or less than 135 cm in height are not allowed to ride in the front passenger seat. Children riding in the back seats must also have a properly fitted child seat and appropriate restraints in place.
  • La Palma has strict drink driving laws to prevent road accidents. If you are driving in La Palma, you must have less than 50 mg of alcohol per 100 ml of blood. Fines for being over this limit can reach up to 1.000 € (£855), and, if you are a foreign national, you could be asked to pay them on the spot or have your vehicle confiscated. Therefore, if you are planning to go out for drinks while in La Palma, make sure you have an alternative form of transport to get home or that one of your party is the designated driver.
  • Vehicles in La Palma drive on the right-hand side of the road and are equipped with left-hand steering. Roundabouts move anti-clockwise in Spain and, when you are making left turns, you should always be sure to check for traffic coming in the opposite direction. You should also avoid using your horn when driving in La Palma and, instead, flash your lights if you want to make other drivers aware of your presence. Horn use is banned in many urban areas across Spain, so it is not so commonly used as a signal.

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