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Top tips for hiring a car in Antigua

  • Enjoy an awesome adventure cruising around the island of Antigua at your own pace. The main roads on the island are of good quality, so, if you plan to stick to them, then you will only need a two-wheel drive car. If you plan to go off-road, though, then a 4X4 might be more appropriate. Should you be mainly sticking to towns, then a smaller car will help you find it easier to park.
  • When you are getting a car hire in Antigua, it’s important that you abide by the rules of the road to avoid getting in trouble with the police. Drink-driving is taken seriously on the island, and police will perform a breath test should they suspect you have alcohol in your system. The legal limit is 0.8 mg of alcohol per ml of blood, so if you are found to be above this, you will be prosecuted accordingly. You must also ensure that everyone in the car is wearing a seat belt or will risk being fined. Whilst there are no laws in place for travelling with children, car hire companies provide child seats to enhance the comfort and safety of your children during your holiday.
  • Whilst you can easily drive around the island in one day, you still want to make sure that you have a full tank of petrol to do so. In the north of the island, around St John’s and the airport, you’ll find there to be a lot of petrol stations where you can fill up. But as you drive away from this part of the island, petrol stations become less frequent, especially in the south. You’ll find it easy to avoid running out of petrol, though, as long as you plan ahead.

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