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Driving in from Rome to Naples and Campania

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The last week of September I am planing to go with my two sisters to Naples and Campania and we were are planning to rent a small car to visit the area with a GPS and explore this beautiful area on our own...just taking some tours were it is needed (I.e. Pompei).
I have lived and drove in different countries so I think I am an experienced driver, but I have read that driving and parking in these small roads is inconvenient due to transit from big busses that block the roads and costly & difficult parking in all these towns, but I was considering that by the end of September the summer season was over and these inconveniences would be minor. I really appreciate guidance here since we are renting the car to visit Tuscany and we use it to go to Naples and Campania we could avoid the high costs of paying tours for the three of us every day. Is it really a bad idea?
Thank you very much for the guidance of those who know the area and can guide us in this important decision. I hope to share our good learning experience once we start our journey.

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