By WildZambezi.com from Tourism Update
28 December 2013
Elephants do cross roads in wild area â€“ drivers should remain alert!!!
Self-drive through Southern Africa can be a rewarding experience as it allows travellers to truly connect with the region. It is therefore not surprising that the self-drive trend is steadily increasing popularity. However, the road conditions and regulations can be an eye-opener for first-time travellers to the region. South African publication Tourism Update recently published this useful SADC road regulation guide as advise for self-drive visitors. Zambia has adapted it slightly to suit their local situation.
GENERAL ROAD RULES
- Driving in all SADC countries is on the left-hand side of the road.
- All distances, speed limits (and speedometers) are in kilometres.
- Four way stops are commonly found at the quieter intersections â€“ the first vehicle ...
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