What it might lack in public transportation and walkability, Orlando makes up for in excellent roads and infrastructure. The city is continually improving roads, interstates and freeways and offers a network of wide roads with easy travel lanes and good signage.
Driving in the United States is disciplined and organized, especially when compared to driving in Latin America, Asia and some European cities. The States have hard rules and common courtesies for all drivers.
Because it’s not a huge city like New York or Los Angeles, Orlando doesn’t have much gridlock traffic or hours-long traffic delays. During the opening and closing times of theme parks and normal rush hour (typically early morning and early evening), traffic does gets busier, but overall, traversing the city is easy.
Interstate 4 is the main freeway that cuts through the city, connecting all the major theme parks and offering easy and quick access to restaurants and shopping. Take I4 east to reach the coast and popular beaches like Daytona and St. Augustine. Travel west on I4 and connect to Interstate 75 and Tampa and St. Pete.