Drivers in Georgia, including drivers visiting from foreign countries, are required to travel on the right. Keep in mind that driving on the opposite side can lead to both a traffic violation and serious accidents.
Out of 137 countries, Georgia ranked 72 for road quality. On a scale of 1 to 7, where 7 is the highest score, Georgia scored 3.9 for their road quality. The quality of the roads within the country may vary based on where you visit and the weather.
The highest Blood Alcohol Concentration you can have in Georgia while still legally able to operate a vehicle is 0.02%. However, some regions or cities within Georgia might have different BAC limits, so it’s important to do your research before you travel. Georgia has strict laws against individuals who drink-drive when they are younger than the legal drinking age of 18.
There are plenty of different types of cars to choose from, but when it comes to visiting Georgia, the most popular type to hire is a Economy. An estimated 80% of our users chose a Economy in the past 30 days and paid on average $48 per day for their rental. Keep in mind that you are more than welcome to select a different type of car based on your budget, your planned activities, and the weather.
The average price of petrol in Georgia is $1.37 per litre as of last week. In contrast, Algeria currently has the lowest average petrol prices at $0.49 per litre. You should also consider visiting Hong Kong, though here you will find the most expensive average petrol prices at $3.62 per litre.