ztl is a huge problem in italy
in the big cities there are different areas,in the city center, that u have to avoid
i dont know where can u get info on line but for sure u ll see them on our way before getting the bill
Here's a current post on the subject with different links in it.
Thank you. I will google and do my homework.
Don't try to learn where is every single ZTL in every city you're going to drive in. It's impossible and means looking for troubles.
Assume there is always a ZTL and learn how is the the ZTL sign. Remember that the first one is always at least 150 meters before the camera. They are not hidden, they are very visible (if they weren't, judges would cancel the fines and the cities would lose the money).Edited: 19 June 2013, 21:30
There is no reason to have a car in any of the cities you mention; driving into them is pretty much off limits. A car is good to have for the countryside but even then, you can't drive into and park in most towns but a car is really needed to go through Tuscany, Umbria, etc countrysides.
Getting from any of these places to other via train is a great way to travel - no fuss of the worry of the ZTLs or the speed cameras, parking fees and sky high fuel costs.
thanks for helping her
i didnt manage to find news on line
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