An economy vehicle will suit the city roads perfectly if there’s 1-2 people on the trip. For bigger groups, you can opt for a saloon or SUV. These kinds of cars will be better if you plan on heading into the national parks nearby.
In large parts of the centre of Salisbury, 20mph speed limits are enforced. The A36, which bypasses Salisbury, has a speed limit of 60mph. On dual carriageways and motorways like the M3 towards London, the national limit of 70mph applies.
On-street parking in Salisbury can be expensive (expect to pay between £1.50-£1.80 per hour) and parking lots in the city centre can be limited, especially in the summer. Drivers are encouraged to use the Park+Ride facilities available from five separate locations (Beehive, Wilton, Britford, Petersfinger and London Road). Park your car for free on every day except Sunday and just pay for the bus ticket. Buses run every 15min, cost around £3 for a return ticket, and take approximately 10min.
Based on our information, car rental agencies in Salisbury only have manual transmission cars.
The average gas price in Salisbury is C$ 9.65 per litre over the past 30 days. Filling up a gas tank costs between C$ 116 and C$ 154, depending on the car size.
Economy (Vauxhall Corsa or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in Salisbury.
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An Economy car rental in Salisbury costs C$ 80 per day, on average.
An Intermediate car rental in Salisbury costs C$ 182 per day, on average.
A Mini car rental in Salisbury costs C$ 58 per day, on average.
In Salisbury, cars are most frequently rented at Enterprise Rent-A-Car Southampton Intl Airport (33 km from city centre ).
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