Caribbean: Drive cautiously after heavy rains or hurricanes

Posted by Fodor's Editors on July 15, 2010 at 2:00:56 AM EDT | Post a Comment

Roads and bridges might be washed out or damaged. Many of the mountain roads are very narrow and steep, with unmarked curves and cliffs. Locals are familiar with such roads and often drive at high speeds, which can give you quite a scare. When traveling on a narrow, curving road, it’s best to honk your horn as you take any sharp turn.

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