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Driving in Cuba

Summer Driving in Cuba

Car Rental Cuba receives many reports annually of problems in summer Driving in Cuba, here are a few of them.

It’s easy to lose your car keys in sand on the beach or at the pool, one client in Varadero even took the remote control for a swim and then find that car doors won’t open. Also, salt in sea water can ruin electric circuits and render keys useless. Most rental cars will have an alternative method of entry if the remote key fails – check the handbook – but it’s better to keep keys safe and dry in the first place.


Punctures in high temperatures while Driving in Cuba will aggravate any existing damage to the rubber. Under inflation adds to the problem causing friction and more heat which can prove too much for weak spots, causing punctures and blow-outs. Check tire condition regularly and pressures, adjusting for extra load if appropriate. These routine checks can save you hours later and help you keep Driving in Cuba without hassles.


While Driving in Cuba high temperatures in Cuba can aggravate cooling system problems too. Low coolant level, leaking hoses and broken electric cooling fans can all result in overheating and expensive damage. All Car rental Cuba cars are checked before leaving the rental office but, if you see the needle rising pullover especially in cities and allow the car to cool down. It’s a perfect time for a quick drink or stretch your legs.