All you need to know
Driving in Morocco
Driving around Morocco is the best way to travel.
It allows you to get the most out of your holiday, discover off-the-beaten-track destinations, and have experiences no organized tour can provide.
Here’s all you need to know about driving in Morocco, with some helpful advice about how to approach the few things you’re unfamiliar with.
The official rules of the road
The minimum age to drive is 18 and you should carry your driving licence with you.
Driving in Marrakech or any Moroccan city
Tangier, Rabat, Marrakech and Fes are all congested
so in many respects, it’s not dissimilar to driving in any large city around the world.
There’s a lot of honking! When you drive off the ferry and onto the Moroccan roads for the first time, the noise of the car horns might terrify less than confident drivers.
The road conditions in the cities are good if a little dusty. Watch out for the occasional missing drain cover in the curbside gutter.
We’ll cover the cities and motorways in this article and follow it up shortly with a post about driving in Morocco’s rural areas and Atlas mountains. Swipe up to learn more!
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