Kefalonia car rentals

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Top tips for hiring a car in Kefalonia

  • If you’re going to hire a car in Kefalonia, plan your itinerary quite carefully before you do so, because what you intend to do will make a difference to your choice of vehicle. The main towns are little more than large villages, so you’ll struggle to drive around their narrow streets in anything larger than a compact city car. However, if you’re aiming to do a lot of road-tripping and visit all the tourist attractions on the island, you can hire something larger with lots of visibility for everyone, like an MPV. Also expect to have to drive on some curvy mountain roads if you’re heading into the rural areas, which puts a premium on road-holding.
  • The regulations regarding driving with children on Kefalonia are governed by Greek traffic laws, and these are quite specific. Any children under the age of three is required to travel in an infant child seat in the back of the car. Similarly, children from three to 11 must also sit in car seats that fit their size, again on the back seat of the vehicle. For kids who are 12 years of age and older, a height requirement applies for them to sit in the front seat: if they are over 4 feet 4 inches tall they may sit in the front seat, wearing a seatbelt.
  • Kefalonia is a large Greek island with most of the petrol stations placed in the larger towns. They are mostly concentrated in the more popular tourist areas in the south-west part, with a few on other parts of the coast. There aren’t any in the hinterland region, so if you’re traversing the island make sure to fill up before you start. If you’re circumventing the island and visiting the tourist spots, a lack of petrol stations won’t be such a concern.

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