Traffic Safety and Road Conditions
While in Anguilla, you may encounter road conditions that differ significantly from those in the United States. The information below is provided for general reference only.
Unlike the U.S., traffic in Anguilla moves on the left. The few roads on the island are generally poorly paved and narrow. Because of the narrow roads and lack of pullover shoulders, drivers should be alert to vehicles stopping suddenly on the roadway. While traffic generally moves at a slow pace, with the increasing number of young drivers in Anguilla, there are occasional severe accidents caused by excessive speed. Although emergency services, including tow truck service, are limited and inconsistent, local residents are often willing to provide roadside assistance. For police, fire, or ambulance services dial 911.
Visit the Government of Anguilla website for further road safety information.
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