Driving in the Cayman Islands can vary from other countries so it’s important that you make sure you know the rules of the road before your journey. Sixt has provided a guide for our customers to read if they are planning on driving in the Cayman Islands.
Please read our guide below for some useful driving tips and make sure that you have fully understood everything before you start your road trip.
Please make sure that you are aware of all the road regulations before you start driving in Cayman Islands.
Standard legal limits when driving in Cayman Islands, which may be varied by signs, for private vehicles without trailers are:
The use of fogs lights is not allowed. The wattage has been deemed to be too high.
A vehicle carrying an overhanging load must mark the load with a red flag of at least 1ft x 1ft. If the object overhangs by more than 3ft then the vehicle must be accompanied by a police escort.
Use caution when driving at night as many roads narrow without much shoulder.
Road conditions are very good throughout the region, but visitors should watch for wildlife which can sometimes stray onto roads outside the larger towns and cities.
* Please note: All information was correct at the time of publication.