Puerto Rico (San Juan)

won't take you long to realize that means north. However, a car may entail paying parking fees as you travel around to your destinations so you will need to budget for that. If you go to Old San Juan, parking may be expensive and quite difficult (see that article for how to find the few parking garages there). Driving in San Juan is very similar to driving in Florida or the cities of the northeast U.S. like Boston or New York. People drive quickly, change lanes with little notice, and frequently tailgate, despite narrow streets. Natives of areas with more placid driving styles like the U.S. Midwest may find it frightening, though. None of the rental car agencies are within walking distance of the terminals,

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