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The state of Florida is familiar to anyone interested in beach vacation. It is strongly associated with pleasure, relaxation and active leisure. So it is called Sunshine State for a reason. Fort Lauderdale is famous for its beaches and excellent surfing waves. As it is with many US cities, the most convenient way to travel there is by a car. That's why numerous tourists prefer to book a car rental in Fort Lauderdale in advance.
It can be really satisfying to lay your own route over the USA and car rental in Fort Lauderdale is an additional advantage when you get acquainted with local sightseeing attractions. For example, there is a beautiful esplanade in Fort Lauderdale where most famous local clubs, shops and cafes are situated. Museum of Art is well-known for its significant collection of ceramics by Pablo Picasso.
Such parks as Holiday Park and Taylor Birch State Park are also worth visiting, locals play baseball and basketball or roller skate there.
Driver should not face any problems on the roads as well as disrespect or offensive behavior – locals have great respect for road rules and traffic usually moves smoothly.
The maximum speed limit in Fort Lauderdale is following: from 25 to 35 mph within the city and 65 mph on the highway. Drivers and front seat passenger must wear seat belts. Be specially careful and pay attention to road signs near beaches and places of public entertainment. Road signs in Florida are easy to understand and orientate.
Forget about drinking and driving in Fort Lauderdale, but if you do carry liquor with you, then put it in a trunk because an open bottle inside a car may lead to a heavy fine. Keep in mind that Fort Lauderdale is called Venice of America for a reason: there are not many straight roads because of countless canals and other waterways standing in the way and that have to be traveled around.