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Driving in Guyana

Traffic drives on the left. Seatbelt must be worn at all times, this law is enforced and failure to abide could lead to a fine.

Driving in Guyana can be dangerous because of poor road conditions in some areas and poor driving habits and some non-roadworthy vehicles. You should exercise caution at all times while driving. Driving at night should be restricted as much as possible. All-weather roads are concentrated in the eastern coastal strip, although there is now a road inland as far as the Brazilian border and a bridge linking to the two countries is nearing completion.

If planning to drive in Guyana, an International Driving Permit is recommended. Alternatively, a local driving permit, valid for one month can be obtained from the Licence and Revenue Office in Georgetown on submission of a valid driving licence.





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