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.
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.