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Driving in Scotlan

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My husband and I will be traveling to the UK in a few weeks. After a few days in England, we are taking the train to Edinburgh, and then will be renting a car for the remainder of our vacation. We will pick up the car at the end of our time in Edinburgh, and go to Inverness, Glenfinnan, Glencoe, Stirling, and back to Edinburgh.

I did map out some of the trips to get a general idea of time, although I understand from reading other posts on here that we should plan on it taking longer than that.

The one thing that I am curious about, and haven't seen anywhere, is what we can expect as far as stopping along the way to fill up the car, go to the restroom, or eat. Are stops few and far between so we really need to plan ahead?

Thank you!

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