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RIDING & DRIVING IN BALI

Riding a scooter is a popular way to get around Bali, especially for tourists. It's an affordable and convenient option, as traffic can be heavy and parking can be difficult to find. However, it's important to be aware of the risks involved in riding a scooter in Bali, as the roads can be narrow, winding, and crowded.


If you're not an experienced rider, it's recommended to take a few lessons or practice in a less busy area before hitting the streets. Always wear a helmet, and make sure to check the scooter's brakes, lights, and tires before setting off. Keep in mind that traffic in Bali can be chaotic, with many drivers ignoring traffic rules and signals, so it's important to stay alert and drive defensively.


For those who prefer to drive a car, Bali has a good network of roads, with major highways connecting the different regions of the island. However, driving in Bali can also be challenging, especially in busy areas such as Kuta or Denpasar. It's important to be aware of the different driving customs in Bali, as well as the rules of the road. Many roads in Bali are narrow and winding, so it's important to be patient and take extra care when driving.


Overall, whether you choose to ride a scooter or drive a car in Bali, it's important to be aware of the risks and take the necessary precautions to stay safe on the road.


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