November 2016
Recent Blog Posts

Malaysia Toll Roads – A guide to toll roads in Malaysia

The large majority of Malaysian Expressways and Highways are toll roads. The toll roads are in excellent condition and make travelling around the country pleasurable. There are two main types of toll system: closed or open. The tolls are payable in Malaysian Riggit (RM).

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Child Car Seat Rules: What are the rules regarding child car seats in different parts of the world?

Here at Rhino Car Hire we understand you want your children to be safe wherever they are in the world, so we have compiled a handy break down of the Child Seat regulations for the most popular travel destinations around the world.

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What is the difference between an International Driving Permit (IDP) and an International Driving Licence?

The distinction between and IDP and an IDL is not always clear. Therefore, please be aware that an International Driving Licence is NOT the same thing as an IDP. An International Driving Licence is not a legally recognised document. In fact it is probably easiest to say that an International Driving Licence does not really exist. The term is often misused when referring to an International Driving Permit.
 

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Toll roads in Orlando when visiting Disney – Toll roads in Florida

Following a recent family trip to Disney, we thought it would be useful to share our experience of the issue with toll roads in Florida, also known as E Pass and Sun Pass, and how best to handle them. When we arrived at the car rental desk, we were offered the toll road package called Sun Pass. Simply put, we could pay an upfront fee and use the more convenient Sun Pass lanes at the tolls, avoiding the need to stop at the barrier and scrabble around for loose change to pay the tolls. All sounds great right

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