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  • A car traveling along the A82 road as it skirts the edge of Loch Lomond
    The A82 road as it skirts the edge of Loch Lomond
  • A car travels along the B8019 road in autumn near the Queen's View at Loch Tummel
    The B8019 road near the Queen's View at Loch Tummel
  • A car driving along a road on Birsay, the Mainland
    Birsay, the Orkney Mainland
  • View up Union Street in Aberdeen
    Union Street

Scotland has an extensive road network covering the country, providing fast and efficient travel between cities and major towns and easy access to more rural areas.

The motorway network is chiefly concentrated in the central belt with major links further north to Aberdeen and south to England. Trunk roads (also called A roads) connect the rest of the country.

Driving by region

Information about driving to and around each of Scotland's regions can be found by clicking on the links below:

National Tourist Routes

As an alternative to the main trunk roads and motorways, Scotland's 12 National Tourist Routes provide the travelling holidaymaker with attractive sightseeing routes through each region of the country. Varying in length and as diverse as the Scottish landscape itself, these routes have been selected not only because they are attractive in their own right but also because they offer a variety of things to see and do on the way to your chosen destination. The National Tourist routes are well signposted and easy to follow.

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