Adhere to Curaçao’s legal requirement and prioritize your safety by wearing a helmet, offering crucial protection in case of an accident.
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Maintain a safe distance from other vehicles and remain vigilant to identify potential road hazards proactively.
If you’re seeking additional information about safety guidelines for operating our vehicles, be sure to explore our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section.
In Curacao and Bonaire, the maximum speed for mopeds is typically around 45 kilometers per hour (28 miles per hour), and the minimum age to ride a moped is usually 16 years old. However, it’s essential to check the local regulations as they may vary slightly. Complying with these limits not only prevents fines but also guarantees your safety and the safety of others.
Due to limited lighting, navigating Curaçao’s roads at night can be challenging and risky. If feasible, minimize your nighttime driving to mitigate accident risks.
Similar to regulations in various other locations, refraining from drinking and driving is a legal requirement on Curaçao. If alcohol consumption is planned, arrange for a designated driver or utilize a ride-sharing service for a safe trip home.