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Driving in England

A Motorists' guide to driving in England

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England National Flag
Capital: London
Language: English
Currency: Pound Sterling
Country ID:
GB

A lot of Englandís countryside is relatively flat, consisting of fertile plains and gentle hills. In the north and the west, youíll find mountains, moors and steeper hills; the Lake District (Cumbria) and the northwest are divided from the Yorkshire Dales, and the northeast by the high-rising Pennines. The eastern part of the country, particularly East Anglia, is the lowest lying. The countryís coastline is varied, it ranges from long stretches of sandy beaches to steep cliffs and isolated rocky coves.

Driving distance map of England
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Driving in England

Speed Limits

Motorway: 70 mph
Dual Carriageway: 70 mph
Rural: 60 mph
Urban: 30 mph

Useful phone numbers in England

Emergency Telephone Numbers

Police, Ambulance & Fire 999

Some useful phrases

Useful Phrases

Colloquialisms: Cheers (thank you),

Places to drive to in England

London
Birmingham
Bath
Stratford
Manchester
Alton Towers
Thorpe Park
Stonehenge
Centre Parcs Whinfell Forest
Centre Parcs Longleat Forest
Centre Parcs Sherwood Forest
Centre Parcs Elveden Forest
Silverstone Circuit

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