Despite being one of the flattest states in the US, Florida is still one of the country’s most impressive and attractive places to drive around. The highest points of the Sunshine State – at just over 300ft above sea level – are only really found in the panhandle up towards the border with Georgia and Alabama, and most of the water-rich areas of the south often struggle for land to even build roads on, so it’s perfect for drivers of any experience level.

With 65,755 square miles of terrain to explore, renting a car should be on any true explorer’s itinerary – especially with so much of its secrets to explore. We’ve got plenty of tips for you here; whether you’re renting a car or buying a wreck, we’ll make sure you’re comfortable with the ins and outs of the US roads, especially if it’s your first time using automatic transmission.

Florida on the road

American road trips are iconic, and the routes to and from Florida hold some of the most beautiful views in […]

Car rental in Florida

While it certainly looks like a big place to navigate, key sights across Florida are a lot closer than you […]