In Guyana, motorists drive on the left hands side of the road. Cyclists also ride on the left hand side of the road, and pedestrians walk on the left hand side of the road. Consequently, most cars imported into Guyana are designed for left hand driving.
In rural areas of Guyana, traffic is simple and straightforward. However, in the city, it can be a bit of a challenge.
The Ministry of Public Infrastructure recently released an animation video teaching drivers how to use the newly constructed Kitty Roundabout near to the Kitty Seawall in Georgetown, Guyana.
Here is the Facebook link to the video for your viewing pleasure and education.
NEGOTIATING THE KITTY ROUNDABOUT | Not sure how you should be negotiatiating the Kitty Roundabout? Then check out this preliminary yet helpful video on how you can successfully and comfortably get to your destination via this new infrastructural development. If you’re a pedestrian or a truck driver, don’t worry; watch out for our full video which covers everything you need to know!
Posted by Ministry of Public Infrastructure on Wednesday, May 30, 2018