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Driving in Italy

Driving in Italy can be a challenge but it's a great way to get away from the tourist crowds and see the Italian countryside, but you should be aware of the Driving laws in Italy.

Italy has a great network of roads which are one of the most extensive in Europe with nearly 4000 miles of highways and 180,000 miles of secondary roads.

To drive in Italy you need a full UK driving licence (assuming you are from the UK), but it’s a good idea to get an International Driving Permit (The IDP is a translation of your driver's license ), as at least it is translated into Italian so you don't have to try to communicate by gestures if you are not fluent in Italian. The authorities require that you carry your drivers license with you at all times. If your driver’s licence has no photo you need other ID preferable your passport.

Documentation: Always carry Driving license, passport and have rental agreement with you.

Speed limits:

Motorway (if wet) 130 km/h (110 km/h)

Dual carriage way (if wet) 110 km/h (90 km/h)

Open road (if wet) 90km/h (80 km/h)

In town and villages (if wet) 50 km/h (50 km/h)

Speed cameras and radar traps are common place and offenders can face heavy on the spot fines, so you should be aware of the speed limits on all roads.


Drive on the right and as in the UK seat belts must be worn both in the front and back. When driving on motorways headlights should now be used at all times.


Unleaded petrol is called “senza piombo” or “benzina verde” and diesel is “gasolio

Please note that many petrol stations close for one day a week and many close for an hour or two during the day.

If you follow the rules of the road and take your time driving in Italy should be a pleasue.

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