Traffic Safety and Road Conditions
While in Argentina, you may encounter road conditions that differ significantly from those in the United States.
Driving in Argentina is generally more dangerous than driving in the United States. By comparison, drivers in Argentina tend to be aggressive, especially in Buenos Aires, and often ignore traffic regulations. U.S. driver's licenses are valid in the capital and the province of Buenos Aires, but Argentine or international licenses are required to drive in the rest of the country.
We suggest that you visit the websites of Argentina's national tourist office and national roadways office (available only in Spanish).
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