- Throughout Italy, motorists are required by law to have a high-vis yellow or orange bib in the car at all times. This is to be worn if you need to exit the car in the event of a breakdown or accident. You can expect one as standard with all hire cars.
- Most Italian cars are manual, but that’ll mean a lot of shifting between first and third gear along the Amalfi Coast’s famously windy road – especially when you’re giving precedence to tour buses on hairpins. In this scenario, automatic transmission is much less hassle.
- In Sorrento’s narrow streets or the busy Amalfi Coast towns, every inch counts. So when parking, turn in your side mirrors to avoid any nasty surprises.
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