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You should always make sure you have enough fuel for your journey as fuel stations can be infrequent on long routes.
By hiring a car in Morocco you will be able to enjoy the independence and freedom of getting around at your own pace. Morocco has got an established road network, so visitors can get around with ease and speed, making a car a great way to get around and see points of interest.
You will find that some drivers in Morocco drive with far less caution than you may be used to in your own country, so extra care should be taken, especially in built up areas where you will be in close proximity to other vehicles. Allow plenty of space between vehicles, and always be aware of other motorists around you.
Care should be taken when driving on rural roads as these are generally narrower and may sometimes be in a poor state of repair with lots of potholes and bumps. Distances between major cities are long, so it is advisable that you ensure you have an adequate supply of fuel and water for your journey as service stations can be infrequent on long routes.
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