Asked by: Giampaolo Schozeasked in category: General Last Updated: 5th June, 2020
Will my EZ Pass work in Puerto Rico?
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People also ask, how do you pay tolls in Puerto Rico?
There are number of toll roads in Puerto Rico, with each toll being between $0.75 and $3. We use an electronic toll pass called AutoExpreso, which is much like EZPass in the north-eastern US. The car rental places will rent you an AutoExpreso tag with the car.
Likewise, can you drive in Puerto Rico with a US license? Puerto Rico is a United States territory. Foreign visitors may drive in Puerto Rico with their International driving permits and valid National driver licenses for 120 days after arrival. After that term, a locally issued driver license is required to operate a motor vehicle.
Hereof, is driving in Puerto Rico hard?
While Puerto Rico's traffic is on the right side of the road and follows the same basic driving rules as any US state, driving here is challenging. Crazy drivers rule the roads in Puerto Rico and illegal driving habits abound.
How long does it take to drive from one side of Puerto Rico to the other?
If you stick to the highway, primary roads and do not make stops 4 hours. If you do the back roads, about 6 hours. I'd say even more than that. From our house in Rio Grande to Rincon is about 3 hours (one way on the highway).