how easy is it to drive in south africa

It’s easy to drive in South Africa! The roads are well maintained and the signage is clear. There are plenty of petrol stations and service stations along the way, so you won’t need to worry about running out of fuel. And if you do need help, there are plenty of friendly locals who are happy to assist.NaN

Driving in South Africa is generally very easy and convenient, with good infrastructure and well-maintained roads. The main roads are generally in good condition and well signposted, making navigation straightforward. However, there are some things to be aware of when driving in South Africa.

The first thing to note is that South Africa drives on the left-hand side of the road, which may take some getting used to for drivers from the UK. It is also worth noting that the legal blood alcohol limit for drivers in South Africa is 0.05%, which is lower than the UK limit of 0.08%. This means that it is very important to not drink any alcohol at all before driving.

Another thing to be aware of is that many of the roads in South Africa are unpaved, which can make driving more challenging. It is also worth noting that some areas of the country, such as the Kruger National Park, have strict speed limits in place to protect wildlife.

Overall, driving in South Africa is relatively easy and convenient, as long as you are aware of the few things that are different from driving in the UK.

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