Tips for good driving in Morocco

Same rules as in Spain.

If a car comes in front of you it costs nothing to give way.

Beware of cyclists and pedestrians at night as they go without light and are difficult to see.

The police checks put a stop sign before the check point. You should stop right at the stop sign, not in front of the police.

If someone makes you lights is because there will probably be a police control later.

Safety belt required for all passengers.

In the desert try to preserve mechanics and avoid accidents. Assistance may take several hours. And remember that most rental cars have a high franchise.

There are many speed cameras when entering the villages.

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