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The average price of fuel in Caniço is $11.41 per litre over the past 30 days. Filling up a tank of uel costs between $137 and $182, depending on the car size.
Economy (Citroen C3 or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Caniço.
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An Economy car hire in Caniço costs $23 per day, on average.
A Mini car hire in Caniço costs $45 per day, on average.
A Compact car hire in Caniço costs $101 per day, on average.
If you have the budget, your Canico car hire is the perfect opportunity to hire a luxury vehicle. The winding coastal roads are perfect for vehicles with smooth handling and a comfortable interior. You will also get great views from the island's coastal roads and have plenty of room for picnic supplies if you hire an SUV. For parking in the more crowded areas, such as Canico town centre or in Funchal, a more compact car is an excellent choice.
Madeira complies with broader Portuguese speed limits. This means that the speed limit in an urban area is 50 km/h (30 mph) and 90 km/h (55 mph) on rural single-carriageways. On motorways, such as the VR1 and VR2, the speed limit may go up to 120 km/h (75 mph). Pay attention to speed limit signs, as these may vary across local areas, and remember that signs in Portugal are displayed in km/h, unlike the British system of mph. If you are caught speeding in Portugal, you can face large fines. Speed cameras are in operation throughout the country and speeding fines go up to as much as €2,500 (£2,200) depending on the speed you are caught travelling at.
Visitors who choose car hire in Canico will find several car parks available in the city centre, close to the Canico Marina. You can find both free car parks and covered or underground car parks in the city centre. However, most official car parks in Canico are not open 24h and close in the early evening. You can also find some roadside parking in Canico, which generally costs around €2 (£1.7) for a short stay. Drivers in Canico should also be aware that if you are parked in a blue zone, at the roadside, you must display a parking ticket. You will also usually need coins to operate the ticket machines.
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