Guide to Driving In Anguilla - Drive Safe in Anguilla

With our Drive Smart guide you're fully prepared to hire a car in Anguilla and stay safe on unfamiliar roads.

URBAN SPEED LIMIT

20 MPH

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RURAL SPEED LIMIT

30 MPH

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motorway speed limit

N/A MPH

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Drink Drive Limit

 No Limit

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You drive in Anguilla on the Left side  
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The currency in Anguilla is EC$ & USD
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To rent a car is  23 years and to drive is 18 years of age
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Driving Laws in Anguilla

Are there any special requirements for driving or hiring a car in Anguilla?

Driving in Anguilla
Pocket guide to driving in Anguilla
Profile:
Anguilla
Happy Valley
EC$ & USD
Driving in Anguilla
SPEED: (MPH)
20
30
N/A
Speed limit in Anguilla
Holiday:
Rush hour in Anguilla
Cameras:
N
N
Speed cameras in Anguilla
FUEL:
EUR/Litre
Fuel prices in Anguilla
DRIVE:
LEFT
Drive LEFT in Anguilla
MIN AGE:
18
23
Min driving age in Anguilla
DRINK:
No Limit
Blood alcohol content
Drink driving in Anguilla
EMERGENCY:
911
Emergency phone number in Anguilla
DOCUMENT:
Driving documents in Anguilla
PHONES:
N
Hands free only
Mobile phone driving in Anguilla
SEATBELTS:
N
N
Seat belt in Anguilla
The British Overseas Territory of Anguilla is an eastern Caribbean collection of islands of just under 15,000 inhabitants. Driving in such a small country, is as you would imagine a relatively relaxed affair. As a British Overseas Territory, you drive on the left hand side of the road in Anguilla, so if you're arriving and driving here from another caribbean island, or mainland USA, be prepared to drive on the other side of the road to what you might be accustomed.

driving in anguilla

As the roads are so quiet, driving standards are relaxed at best and you should take care on any journey. There are no motorways in Anguilla and speed limits are low considering the size of the island and its roads. Speed limits are in MPH and not KPH.

Rules of the road

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Emergency Services Numbers

Police Police: 911

Police Fire: 911

Police Ambulance: 911

Notes:

Fuel Prices in Anguilla by Month

Parking Information

Parking regulations

Parking in Anguilla is a rather relaxed affair. There are few nominated car parks anywhere on the island and it's generally acceptable to park where safe to do so without being an obstruction.

You should observe local parking restrictions where provided.

There are no disabled parking provisions in Anguilla.

Emergency Information

Emergency Information

Police Police: 911

Police Fire: 911

Police Ambulance: 911

In the event of an emergency in Anguilla, the following emergency services should be contacted;
 
  • 911 - Police
  • 911 - Fire
  • 911 – Ambulance
  • 911– General Emergency Services

What to do in an emergency

If you're involved in an accident in Anguilla you should call the emergency services on 911 and request the appropriate emergency service.

Handy Guides

World Driving Guides

Road Signs

Handy Phrases

English is generally spoken in Anguilla, however some local slang phrases you may come across include;
 
  • Addle - To get mixed up or confused.
  • Apolicate - To excuse or give an apology.
  • Apsy-Clapse - Difficulty or confusion
  • Bajang - A mischievous, rude person.
  • Bank-Up - An overcast sky with dark clouds indicating rain.


 

Anguilla Fuel Price History

Fuel Prices in Anguilla by Month
Kellie Hodge
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Travel writer, customer service guru, Kellie knows the ins and outs of car rental and always happy to share her knowledge on our blog. Favourite country to visit: Spain.

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