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Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« on: February 02, 2019, 04:53:24 PM »
I'm renting a whip for the 1st time while there.

Are the streets easy to navigate, meaning is there really just a few main streets? Should I pay extra for the navigation if I just plan on staying local from Casa Linda to Sosua to the beach?

Lastly, is parking hard to find in Sosua and are there some areas I just shouldn't park? (Might get ticket, car broken into or stolen)

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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2019, 05:00:58 PM »
Pretty easy getting around. Only a few streets in Sosua. As to parking, if you see a sign that says “no estacione” you can’t park there unless it’s after 9 and there are more than a few cars already parked there. Drive very defensively. Never believe you have the right of way and I mean never.
« Last Edit: February 02, 2019, 05:02:36 PM by Jazzy2002 »

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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2019, 05:07:01 PM »
I'm renting a whip for the 1st time while there.

Are the streets easy to navigate, meaning is there really just a few main streets? Should I pay extra for the navigation if I just plan on staying local from Casa Linda to Sosua to the beach?

Lastly, is parking hard to find in Sosua and are there some areas I just shouldn't park? (Might get ticket, car broken into or stolen)
Driving in Sosua/Cabarete is not too stressful. Gaspar Hernandez & Puerto Plata maybe a little bit more depending on time of day...but all are doable just take your time a be alert.  I usually park in or by where I'm staying or where I see other people park that looks legit. I never get navigation. I use google maps...both online and offline downloaded maps that I get when I'm online or via wifi. Explore out on the main road every day and see whats available on that main road. You will have a blast. Don't worry about tickets and stuff that possibly could get stolen. Pay the bribe 500p and don't leave anything in the car to be stolen. Lastly, let the chica know you want to have sex in the car. She'll take it from there! Haha
...I'm usually wrong...but that sh!t was great!

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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2019, 06:31:14 PM »
If you will just drive from and to downtown to casa linda, there should not be any problem but if you want to really explore, I would suggest you don't rent for your first trip and see how it's going on before. Sosua is nothing but if you go to puerto plata, the challenge is a little higher.
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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2019, 06:44:24 PM »
I'm renting a whip for the 1st time while there.

Are the streets easy to navigate, meaning is there really just a few main streets? Should I pay extra for the navigation if I just plan on staying local from Casa Linda to Sosua to the beach?

Lastly, is parking hard to find in Sosua and are there some areas I just shouldn't park? (Might get ticket, car broken into or stolen)
Driving in Sosua/Cabarete is not too stressful. Gaspar Hernandez & Puerto Plata maybe a little bit more depending on time of day...but all are doable just take your time a be alert.  I usually park in or by where I'm staying or where I see other people park that looks legit. I never get navigation. I use google maps...both online and offline downloaded maps that I get when I'm online or via wifi. Explore out on the main road every day and see whats available on that main road. You will have a blast. Don't worry about tickets and stuff that possibly could get stolen. Pay the bribe 500p and don't leave anything in the car to be stolen. Lastly, let the chica know you want to have sex in the car. She'll take it from there! Haha

What do you mean by pay the 500P bribe?

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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #5 on: February 02, 2019, 06:45:15 PM »
If you will just drive from and to downtown to casa linda, there should not be any problem but if you want to really explore, I would suggest you don't rent for your first trip and see how it's going on before. Sosua is nothing but if you go to puerto plata, the challenge is a little higher.

This isn't my 1st trip, just 1st time renting vs having a driver

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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #6 on: February 02, 2019, 07:12:17 PM »
I'm renting a whip for the 1st time while there.

Are the streets easy to navigate, meaning is there really just a few main streets? Should I pay extra for the navigation if I just plan on staying local from Casa Linda to Sosua to the beach?

Lastly, is parking hard to find in Sosua and are there some areas I just shouldn't park? (Might get ticket, car broken into or stolen)
Driving in Sosua/Cabarete is not too stressful. Gaspar Hernandez & Puerto Plata maybe a little bit more depending on time of day...but all are doable just take your time a be alert.  I usually park in or by where I'm staying or where I see other people park that looks legit. I never get navigation. I use google maps...both online and offline downloaded maps that I get when I'm online or via wifi. Explore out on the main road every day and see whats available on that main road. You will have a blast. Don't worry about tickets and stuff that possibly could get stolen. Pay the bribe 500p and don't leave anything in the car to be stolen. Lastly, let the chica know you want to have sex in the car. She'll take it from there! Haha



What do you mean by pay the 500P bribe?

Big "if" you get stopped...which usually doesn't happen...the cop just wants beer money. It not serious so just tip him and be on your way.
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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #7 on: February 02, 2019, 08:33:31 PM »
I'm renting a whip for the 1st time while there.

Are the streets easy to navigate, meaning is there really just a few main streets? Should I pay extra for the navigation if I just plan on staying local from Casa Linda to Sosua to the beach?

Lastly, is parking hard to find in Sosua and are there some areas I just shouldn't park? (Might get ticket, car broken into or stolen)
Driving in Sosua/Cabarete is not too stressful. Gaspar Hernandez & Puerto Plata maybe a little bit more depending on time of day...but all are doable just take your time a be alert.  I usually park in or by where I'm staying or where I see other people park that looks legit. I never get navigation. I use google maps...both online and offline downloaded maps that I get when I'm online or via wifi. Explore out on the main road every day and see whats available on that main road. You will have a blast. Don't worry about tickets and stuff that possibly could get stolen. Pay the bribe 500p and don't leave anything in the car to be stolen. Lastly, let the chica know you want to have sex in the car. She'll take it from there! Haha



What do you mean by pay the 500P bribe?

Big "if" you get stopped...which usually doesn't happen...the cop just wants beer money. It not serious so just tip him and be on your way.

Got you. Good advice- thanks!

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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #8 on: February 02, 2019, 09:52:58 PM »
Driving around sosua is a walk in the park,,,, driving in the capital or the places I go to in RD is another animal,,,, lol

Parking is almost anywhere, as long as you don’t block driveway or block those little bridges between the sidewalk and the street “it is for Motos to pass to get inside business and houses”

They will scratch your car if you block one 😅

Just pay attention especially to 🏍

And take a full video of your car before renting it,,, inside and out

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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #9 on: February 03, 2019, 12:16:44 AM »
And remember if you get into an accident you are at fault no matter what

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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #10 on: February 03, 2019, 09:24:52 AM »
Safest thing to do is rent in town. Driving around the heart of Sosua is easy, but venturing beyond that -- including to and from the airport -- can be an adventure.
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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #11 on: February 03, 2019, 12:16:05 PM »
Safest thing to do is rent in town. Driving around the heart of Sosua is easy, but venturing beyond that -- including to and from the airport -- can be an adventure.

I'm renting from the airport from a known car rental place. I don't want no bs when I get there and I don't want to be scammed over damage that I didn't commit.

Is driving from the airport to Sosua that crazy?

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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #12 on: February 03, 2019, 12:28:44 PM »
If you will just drive from and to downtown to casa linda, there should not be any problem but if you want to really explore, I would suggest you don't rent for your first trip and see how it's going on before. Sosua is nothing but if you go to puerto plata, the challenge is a little higher.

This isn't my 1st trip, just 1st time renting vs having a driver

Then you should be fine driving around sosua and even cabarete.
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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #13 on: February 03, 2019, 12:34:28 PM »
Is driving from the airport to Sosua that crazy?

No ... I do it all the time.
If you rent from big companies from the airport, I would advise you to take full coverage insurance since they are checking the car with a microscope when you bring it back and they will make you pay for the simplest mocroscopic scratch on the car.
Or rent from OK motors in sosua and take their full coverage insurance and even if you total the car, they won't ask you for nothing since the car will be fully insured without deductible.
http://www.ok-motors.com/en/
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Re: Driving a Rental Around Sosua
« Reply #14 on: February 03, 2019, 12:37:11 PM »
Safest thing to do is rent in town. Driving around the heart of Sosua is easy, but venturing beyond that -- including to and from the airport -- can be an adventure.

I'm renting from the airport from a known car rental place. I don't want no bs when I get there and I don't want to be scammed over damage that I didn't commit.

Is driving from the airport to Sosua that crazy?

Make sure to get their full insurance,,, forget about your credit card or American insurance

you may want to check out OK Motors “look for them on google” I used them when I used to rent cars plenty of times

They are located between sosua and cabarete on Calle 5 highway

They are the best, offer nice selection of cars and even offer free pick up and drop off from airport,,


I 💯 approve them,,,, they even have full insurance included at $8-$12 a day depending on the car,,, FULL INSURANCE I mean it lol

 


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