Driving in Tennessee, as anywhere else in the United States, is on the right. The roads in Nashville are generally good, although the city appears to be under a permanent state of road construction. The speed limit on interstates and freeways is 112kph (70mph), while most other highways have a speed limit of 88kph (55mph). In the city, the speed limit varies between 40-72kph (25-45mph).
In Tennessee, the minimum driving age is 16 years. Drivers must carry their national driving licence with them when driving, as well as proof of third-party liability insurance.
The American Automobile Association (AAA) (tel: 1 800 222 1333; www.aaa.com) provides information.