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driving in Sicily if fear of heights?

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Ah yes, as in posts for other countries, I need to figure out whether my other half can handle driving in Sicily. Aggression is not the issue: fear of heights is the issue -- and I'm not clear on which routes will involve lots of twists and turns on hilltop roads. Decent guardrails help the fear factor. We obviously don't need the car within the cities/towns, and would be ok taking the bus around Sicily, too. Palermo, Taormina, Catania, Siracusa, and Noto are the stops I'm thinking of at this point. I also haven't checked into the price of having rental car from P to T, turning it in around T (or I guess Catania), and then using the bus for the rest. Any other drivers out there with a fear of heights?! Thank you for your advice.

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