The road network in Italy is not just highways, the so-called motorways and country roads. In some regions there are also wide sandy roads in rural areas. However, in general, highways and the motorways are marked with a sing with white lettering on a blue background, as well as on the Russian roads. Also on the Italian highways are installed green indicators and signs with white letters and symbols. Through the whole Italy stretches the "Autostrada del Sole" highway, which is the main axis of the highway in Italy. From this main highway bifurcate direct roads, for example, to Venice, to the seacoast stretching for thousands of kilometers. And many other intersecting roads that lead to the Alpine passes. The main motorways in Italy are: A1, which connects the city of Salerno and Milan, A3 stretches from Naples to the region of Calabria, A14 runs from the province of Brescia through the city of Ancona and Bologna. While the A12 runs from the city of Turin through Piacenza to Brescia. And the A22 motorway runs from the city of Modena to the Brenner commune.
On all the roads of Italy operates a mandatory requirement for all passengers – fasten the safety belt in the car. Even wearing of a motorcycle helmet is mandatory for all two-wheeled motor vehicles. And those who are planning a trip to Italy with children should always fasten children aged from 0 to 12 in child car seats.
Remember that motorways in Italy are paid. In addition to the cash payment, as a rule, you can pay for the roads by other means. Virtually everywhere is accepted payment by bank cards: American Express, Visa, Euromastercard, Diners and other bank cards. However, the best and most convenient way to pay for - is to pay by Visa, which you can buy at a gas station, "Punto Blu" as well as in data centers in Italy.