Driving Nicaragua - Alamo Nicaragua

Valid driver's licenses and international driving permits are accepted in Nicaragua, as long as they are presented with the passport

Drivers use the right-hand side of the road, and speed limits are posted depending on the condition of the road. Speed limits are different in rural and urban areas.

Turning right on red is not permitted unless otherwise posted, and drivers must yield when entering a traffic circle. Seat belts must be worn in Nicaragua. It is against the law for drivers to operate cellular phones while driving.

People found driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs are arrested and may serve jail time.

Nicaragua has a developing economy. Hotels and other tourist facilities in areas frequented by visitors are generally good. Renting a car with Alamo will give you the opportunity to drive around the country and visit all these beautiful places.