Guide to Driving In Grenada - Drive Safe in Grenada

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

URBAN SPEED LIMIT

N/A kph

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RURAL SPEED LIMIT

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rural
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motorway speed limit

N/A kph

speed limit
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Drink Drive Limit

 80mg

drink and drive limit
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You drive in Grenada on the Left side  
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The currency in Grenada is $ (EC)
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To rent a car is  21 years and to drive is 18 years of age
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Current fuel price in Grenada 1.12 €/Ltr

Driving Laws in Grenada

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

Driving in Grenada
Pocket guide to driving in Grenada
Profile:
Grenada
St. George's
$ (EC)
Driving in Grenada
SPEED: (kph)
N/A
N/A
N/A
Speed limit in Grenada
Holiday:
Rush hour in Grenada
Cameras:
NO
YES
Speed cameras in Grenada
FUEL:
1.10
1.10
EUR/Litre
Fuel prices in Grenada
DRIVE:
LEFT
Drive LEFT in Grenada
MIN AGE:
18
21
Min driving age in Grenada
DRINK:
80mg
Blood alcohol content
Drink driving in Grenada
EMERGENCY:
911
Emergency phone number in Grenada
DOCUMENT:
Driving documents in Grenada
PHONES:
No
Hands free only
Mobile phone driving in Grenada
SEATBELTS:
Yes
Yes
Seat belt in Grenada
Grenada is a fabulous and much under-rated island. Since its political troubles were sorted out, the island has focused on attracting more tourists. The infrastructure in the holiday areas is excellent and it's only when you head inland and uphill that the ride becomes more challenging. On these roads which are often unpaved or just dirt tracks, a 4x4 is essential.

Rules of the road

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Emergency Services Numbers

Police Police: 911

Police Fire: 911

Police Ambulance: 911

Notes:

Fuel Prices in Grenada by Month

Parking Information

Parking regulations

Parking regulations
 
Parking is very relaxed in Grenada and you simply need to be considerate in most places. There is greater control of parking in the capital St Georges but even there, it’s possible to park without trouble. 
 
Paid parking
 
Most places don’t have paid parking because there’s plenty of free parking available. In the capital you’ll find enterprising locals charging for parking on their land but for much of the time it’s unnecessary.
 
Enforcement
 
There’s little enforcement of parking as much of it is free. As long as you don’t park inconsiderately you’ll be fine. 
 
Disabled parking
 
You won’t find concessions for disabled drivers – mainly because accessible parking is available in most places. If you need help, try to find a local – many are willing to help tourists out as tourism is important for the island’s economy.

Emergency Information

Emergency Information

Police Police: 911

Police Fire: 911

Police Ambulance: 911

The emergency number in Grenada is 911 for police and Fire. The coast guard is 399

What to do in an emergency

If in a hire car you suffer mechanical problems, use the number given to you by the hire car agent for help. If you are driving a private vehicle, you should contact a local mechanic who is prepared to come to your assistance. You’ll often find that locals will stop to help those who seem to be in difficulty.
 
If you are involved in an accident where no one is injured and damage is slight there is no need to contact the police. If there is substantial damage or injuries then you will need to call the emergency services on 911. Whilst waiting for their arrival, try not to move the vehicles unless they are causing a danger to others. If they have to be moved, take photographs of the scene and collect witness details.  

Handy Guides

World Driving Guides

Road Signs

Handy Phrases

English is the official language in Grenada and so you'll have no trouble communicating there.

Grenada Fuel Price History

Fuel Prices in Grenada by Month
Month, YearDiesel €/ltrUnleaded €/ltr
Jun, 2019 1.06 1.12
May, 2019 1.07 1.13
Apr, 2019 1.07 1.05
Mar, 2019 1.06 1.03
Feb, 2019 1.06 1.03
Jan, 2019 1.10 1.10
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