Republic of Iceland

Ultimate Guide to Driving in Iceland before renting or driving a car in Iceland for the first time. There are no road tolls on Icelandic roads, except from the Hvalfjardargong tunnel located approx. 30 km north of Reykjavik. For vehicles up to 6 metres, the price is kr 1000 (as of May 2013), 6- 8 m vehicles pay kr 1200 and drivers of larger vehicles than 8 metres pay kr 2300. Road shoulders are few and far between, so if you need to pull over to change a flat tire, there may very well be no place to change that tire without blocking a lane of traffic, especially if you are on a mountain road (which very typically comes with the added bonus of not having guard rails to

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