Mauritius Driving Advice and Car Hire Info
The research for this website was carried out mainly in 2011 and 2012. Therefore there is a good chance that much of the information may now be out of date. This is particularly true of countries in the developing world, especially Asia and Africa where conditions can change often. Also, the political climate in many countries has changed a lot in recent years. Therefore the information on this website should be treated with caution. You should always check with your Government’s website or the UK Foreign office travel advice website before finalising plans to drive abroad.
Driving In Mauritius
Driving is on the left side of the road. Roads are generally in satisfactory condition but can be and uneven with inadequate lighting, making night driving hazardous. Road and traffic signs are posted in English. Driving standards aren’t always up to European standards so you should drive with caution. Drivers involved in an accident are required by law to remain at the scene until the police arrive. However, if an angry crowd gathers and you feel threatened, you should proceed directly to a police station to report the accident.
Mauritius Car Rental –
Hertz, Sixt, Europcar, Alamo, National, Avis, Budget, have outlets here. Also usually features on Car rental broker sites such as Argus Car Hire and Web discount sites such as LastMinute.com
Mauritius based companies include-
This is a broker who can arrange cars on Mauritius
Mauritius Self Drive Rules-
Cars can’t be driven off Mauritius