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Driving Tips – The Philippines
Due to the Philippines having many islands grouped together, roads can be somewhat different to what you might be used to. Travelling around these roads by car can make for an exciting adventure, but don’t forget to do all your reading before getting behind the wheel; what kind of roads to expect, what the speed limits are, what the rules of the road are, and much more. Here you will find an informative guide to get you started.
Driving Rules, Laws and Regulations
Speed Limits and Fines
It is rare to find speed signs in towns and villages, but keeping to the ones listed below should make your journey a safe and legal one:
There should be a sign upon entering each village, and if you stick to that you should be fine.
If you are caught speeding then fines must be paid when an official receipt has been sent and received.
It is illegal to drink under the influence of alcohol.
Police are permitted to carry out random tests. If the police feel that you have not passed a sobriety test then they will give you a breathalyser test. If you are found to be under the influence of alcohol you will most likely be issued with a fine and jail time if the offence is a serious one.
Congestion is a common problem in The Philippines and hence always being able to find a parking space is not the easiest task.
Spotting a place to park, or not to park, can be tricky, but some areas of no parking are indicated by a red or yellow Kerb.
Parking on the roadside is not often a common thing to do. It is advisable to move off the roadside to park in a safer area.
Other lines, such as yellow ones, indicate bus lanes and restricted lanes. You are of course, not permitted to park there.