You can travel to all regions of Georgia without daily mileage limits at our cars. But there are some sections of roads that are impossible even for 4×4 off-road vehicles and deadly for experienced drivers (narrow roads, cliffs and rockfalls). There are also bad roads – the police, ambulances and tow trucks do not come there.
For your safety, we have imposed restrictions on the following sections of roads:
- occupied territories: Abkhazia and South Ossetia – are not controlled by the Georgian government. Driving our cars to these territories is strictly prohibited;
- the road to Ushguli after the cableway is in very bad condition, even a car with high ground clearance cannot handle it. On this road a lot of running gear were destroyed, often until the car stopped completely. If you went by our car on this road, we will see it at the returning, if something happens with the car on this road, we can’t help. You will pay for the tow truck and chassis repair. If you really want to get to this area, leave your car in Mestia and ride there with local transfer and local driver (for 50-100 GEL). Need local driver contacts? Contact us, we will find it for you.
- Upper Omalo in Tusheti – daily problems with cars and fatal accidents on this road. Very narrow road, steep cliffs and rockfalls. Only 2 months (in the summer) there is the possibility of drive there. Ambulance, police and insurance do not go on this road. If you stuck there, you’ll need to get out of yourself without our help. Georgia has very beautiful mountain landscapes everywhere, you shouldn’t risk your life driving at the dangerous roads.
- The road to Ushguli through Kutaisi – there is no road. Better change your route through Zugdidi. Otherwise, we will not help you.
- The Transajar highway, namely, the section of the Batumi-Akhaltsikhe road – part of the road after Keda-Adygeni – the road is bad, the result for the car after this section is the killed chassis of our car and repair at your expense. We and the insurance disclaim liability for such impassibility. Plan to see Georgia on roads where there will be no problems for you and cars.
All of these road sections should be avoided. Even if you accidentally fall into them in the era of the Internet and GPS – you will rely only on yourself and pay for repairs too.