"Drivers Beware!" Bermuda Warnings Or Dangers Tip by peterd1331
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With no rental car service available, visitors to Bermuda are often enticed by motorbikes. Road conditions are very good throughout the region, but outside larger towns and cities, visitors should watch for narrow roads that may not have much shoulder.
Drivers stay to the left-hand side of the road, making conditions more hazardous for vacationers from America and many other parts of the world. Use particular caution when driving at night.
Speed limits all over the island are low: 15 mph in the main city of Hamilton, 20 mph in the countryside. Pedestrian and bicycle traffic is another concern and a good reason to observe speed limits and road signs. Vacationers who have rented mopeds or scooters should be aware that they are required to wear a helmet at all times.
Vacationers who opt to drive in Bermuda may be pleasantly surprised by the courtesy shown by native drivers. Taking a few minutes to observe local customs can be valuable and will help take the stress out of driving in an unfamiliar place.
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