Road Transport in Tunisia

Road Transport in Tunisia Last updated on Monday 26th April 2010

Vehicles drive on the right. The roads are generally good, but drivers are often erratic and unpredictable. Petrol is cheap and there is no shortage of petrol stations.

Road signs are French/International with Arabic translations.

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