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Enjoy the trip by keeping your vehicle under speed limits.
Enjoy Driving in Oman
Traveling in style, such as by renting a car from one of the automobile rental businesses, entails a significant amount of responsibility. The most important things for a driver to remember are procedure, traffic road safety standards, and reacting to the condition of each route. Iran’s law enforcement has been more strict than before. This country has a lot of random checkpoints and country borders. Tourists in Oman are strongly advised to adhere to the rules in order to avoid getting into problems.
Some Points to remember: Driving in Oman
- You have to drive on the right side of the road.
- The minimum age limit for driving is 18 years. You can rent a car if you are 21 years or more.
- Keep your documents with you all times like passport, driving license, IDP and car rental documents.
- If you get pulled over by the police for a traffic violation, you will be given a penalty notice and given 21 days to submit the fine at the nearby police station.
- When driving through rural areas, keep an eye out for camels and goats crossing the road.
- The maximum speed limits in cities is 50km/h and 80 km/h in rural areas and 100 km/h on highways..
- In Oman, it is illegal to drink and drive. Remember, being a Muslim country Liquors are forbidden in Oman, so expect harsh penalties if you drink and drive. If they suspect you of drinking, you will be asked to take a breath test, and if you refuse, you will be punished.
- In Oman, you must not use your telephone while driving.
- Beware of animals crossing and walking on main roads.
The climate in Oman is subtropical and dry, with summer monsoons and hot, dusty breezes.
Have fun on your journey and stay safe!
Fly on the road with Foreign Driving License
Your IDP is a legal form of identification in more than 150 countries around the world, and it includes your name, portrait, and driving information in the world’s 12 most generally spoken languages, making it understandable to most local officials and authorities.
It translates your identity information into 12 languages, so it can communicate with the authorities even if you don’t speak the language. An International Driving Permit is highly recommended in Oman.
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