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Driving in Montserrat

In Montserrat, traffic drives on the left-hand side of the road. There is a good road network connecting all places of interest. Montserrat has well-paved roads, but driving can be difficult for those not used to winding mountain roads. Speed limits are restricted to 32 kph (20 mph).

There is no organised government roadside assistance, but local residents are often willing to aid those with car trouble.

A temporary Montserrat driver's licence is required to drive on the island. Typically all that is required is $20 or EC$50, a completed form, and presentation of your home country/territory licence. Licences are available at the police station in Brades or Salem. The licence is valid for three months.





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