Having driven over there for months, dese is de rules...
Officially drive on de left, but only when going round de west clockwise mornings. Its easier to remember to drive in de shade...
During the day the official greeting is to give it the horn, but at least twice, once is rude. Waving is permitted above victoria on the west side instead during wet season (those house sized rocks above you on the hillside shouldnt be disturbed...)
At night make sure your headlamp (2 is just showing off) is on high, so you can dip it (only for a moment) as a greeting.
Bus driver always have right of way, they drive with eyes closed cause by now they really know the road, but you werent there last time they went through.
Theres no testing, if someone has a really old car it really might only have brakes on 2 wheels, so dont assume they can go or stop like you.
Before driving off check under your car for sheep/goats. They love to sleep there, and running the, over is not friendly. Cows wont fit, but they do like to scratch those itches against your car.
Dont park under a fruit tree, or goats will use your car to get to them, and scratch your roof.
Dont park under a coconut tree, dont even ask...
Dont park by a manchineel tree, unless you want an untouchable car after rain.
Remember, St Georges has a Uni that trains doctors, but it has maternity and broken bones as its specialities, in a car, the first could be handy, the second is unlikely to be good enough when your car leaves the road on de mountain. Bad crashes mean La Qua, so seriously, drive to arrive/survive.
(La Qua brothers are The local funeral home owners...)Edited: 18 September 2013, 11:39