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Driving Tips

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altThe road rules in Buenos Aires and most of Argentina in fact, are treated more like suggestions by the locals so the most important part of driving would be to be defensive. Stay away from crowded areas and work out beforehand the route you are going to take. Also remember that Argentina has one of the highest motor vehicle accident mortality rates in the world, and you don’t want to turn your holiday into a hospital stay.

The maximum speed limit on motorways is 130kph; which goes down to 80kph on one-lane roads, while the speed limit in built-up areas can vary (40-60kph). The wearing of seat belts is compulsory, and as mentioned before, the Automóvil Club Argentino offers breakdown assistance and reciprocal benefits for members of motoring organizations in other countries. Website: www.aca.org.ar
 

 

Transportation/Getting Around

Buses
Buenos Aires has an almost hopelessly vast, complex and extensive bus network. A few weeks of using ...
From the airport
There are two airports in Buenos Aires, Ezeiza International (called Aeropuerto Internacional ...
Metro
Tren subterráneo (underground train), or Subte as it is called for short by the Porteños, is the ...
Car for hire
The traffic in Buenos Aires is fairly stressful so driving by yourself is not recommended. Walking ...
Driving Tips
The road rules in Buenos Aires and most of Argentina in fact, are treated more like suggestions by ...
Train
The above ground railway system, although just as efficient as the subway, takes a bit more getting ...