Driving in Angola varies from most other countries so it’s important that you are aware of some road rules before you start your trip. Sixt has provided a guide below to give our customers some useful knowledge and driving tips.
Make sure you read our driving tips below before you start driving in Angola.
- at the bumps
- immediately before and at pedestrian crossings
- immediately before and at intersections and junctions
- immediately before and at railway crossing
- at curves
- at all locations with insufficient visibility
- on bridges and in tunnels
- to overtake a vehicle that is overtaking a third
- when exiting a parking lot, a supply zone Fuel or any building or particular path
- when entering a highway or in a lane reserved for cars and motorcycles, duly signed by the respective branches access
- when entering a roundabout
- to vehicles coming out of a level crossing.
- on bridges, at roundabouts, in tunnels, at level crossings, on underpasses and everywhere with insufficient visibility
- less than 5 m on either side of intersections or junctions
- less than 3 m or 15 m on either side of signals indicative of stopping of vehicles in public passenger transport, depending transiting or not on rails
- less than 5 m before and passages marked for crossing pedestrians or bicycles
- less than 20 m before the signal lights placed at the entrance of intersections and junctions
- Parking is also prohibited less than 10 m on either side of level crossings, less than 5 m on either side of the filling stations.
- at the bumps
- curves, intersections or junctions of reduced visibility
- on bridges, at level crossings, and in tunnels
- wherever visibility is insufficient
- where there is intensive traffic.
Please make sure that you are aware of all the road regulations before you start your trip in Angola.
The speed limit for vehicles without a trailers is:
It is compulsory to have the following equipment with you when driving in Angola:
* Please note: All information was correct at the time of publication.