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Getting Around Barbados


With 800 miles of paved road and a new highway from the airport, driving is the recommended way to see the island. Motorcycles can be rented. A local driver's license (fee) is necessary.

Driving, of course, is on the left.

You'll want to visit the rugged Atlantic coast, so reminiscent of the British Isles. Taxis are identified by the letter Z on their license plates. They can be expensive and drivers don't always go by the posted fares.

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