St Vincent and the Grenadines

St Vincent and the Grenadines Driving Advice and Car Hire Info

Driving in St Vincent and Grenadines-
A local driver’s license is required to drive on St Vincent and is obtainable at Police Headquarters in Kingstown or your rental company may be able to arrange it for you. You will have to present your valid driver’s license to get this local license. Please note that this service is not available on Saturday’s, Sunday’s or Public Holidays. St Vincent and the Grenadines drive on the left. Most roads are narrow and many are in poor condition. In mountainous areas the roads can be extremely steep and have sharp hairpin bends, many of which are not clearly marked so driving at night should be avoided.. Automatic four-wheel drive vehicles are popular and in some areas essential, particularly after rain.Traffic is generally light but driving standards are often poor and you should drive cautiously at all times.

St Vincent and Grenadines Car Rental
Avis are the only international company with an outlet in Kingstown
There are a number of local companies listed on this website but none seem to have an internet presence.
http://www.far-flung.co.uk/caribbean/grenadines-holiday/car-rental.htm

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