If you are driving to Disney World, avoid the temptation to get there fast and stick to posted speed limits. The corridor between Orlando and the park is a well-known speed trap, and if there is any construction going on in the area, you may face even steeper fines.
Road signs are generally well-placed and accurate. Follow them to get to the various attractions or to your hotel. Once you get there, you can set aside your car and take advantage of the shuttle buses that most hotels offer daily to the parks as well as Disney’s own extensive, free transportation system that covers their entire property. You can hop on a bus, ferry, monorail, or water taxi. Give yourself enough time when using Disney’s own transportation. It makes many stops and you may be surprised to find out that your ride will take over an hour.
If you are planning on venturing outside of the parks’ limits, a car (your own or a rental) will definitely be necessary since distances to outlet malls and other destinations are quite extensive.
How is traffic in and around Disney World?
Orlando and Kissimmee are vibrant, active cities. Their roads have traffic as any other city does, but in their case, it is also significantly incremented due to the number of cars that are there to visit Walt Disney World and its four parks. And you definitely want to avoid the typical rush-hour traffic from 7 to 9 in the morning and from 4 to 7 in the afternoon. Even weekend traffic is hard to deal with.
Practice Defensive Driving
As you are aware, Disney World receives visitors not only from every state in the nation but from many other countries as well. Tourists driving around the area may not be familiar with the roads and make unexpected turns or slow down while trying to find a particular destination. Plan your route in advance and be aware of drivers around you.
Weather and the Roads
Florida is known for its intense and frequent storms, and they are even more common during the summer months. Pull to the side of the road if visibility becomes a problem. But don’t worry, they are generally over within an hour. If you keep driving, remember that Florida law requires you to drive with your headlights on during a rainstorm.
Roads in and Around Disney World
Roads in and around Disney World are well paved, well maintained, clearly marked, and with green, lush medians. They make for a fairly stress-free experience. Parking lots are ample and can accommodate plenty of cars.
Before getting there, you may have to travel down I-95, one of the busiest freeways in the state. Keep in mind that this highway has the highest amount of deadly road sections in all of Florida and take all necessary precautions when driving through it.
Have you been involved in a car accident in or around Disney World?
If you have, you definitely need a lawyer that specializes in handling car accidents in a theme park. Certain laws may apply to your case that you may not be aware of. 1-800-Injured is an attorney and medical referral service. Reach out to them and get the help of an aggressive, seasoned attorney that can help you at this time.
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