Advice for visitors.
This webpage gives advice on the correct use of single-track roads and a reminder to drive on the left.
We hope you enjoy your visit to Scotland.
Remember to drive on the left
|Keep left when starting off or when turning from one road to another.|
|When entering a roundabout, give way to traffic coming from the right.|
|After stopping for fuel or a break stay on the left.|
Single Track Roads
|Do stop to let approaching traffic pass.|
|Do stop to allow overtaking.|
|Do not park in a passing place.|
|Stay on the left. If the Passing Place is on your right, wait opposite to allow traffic to pass.|
|There are often long distances between petrol stations. Plan ahead at the start of a long journey.|
|Look out for cyclists, motorcyclists, pedestrians and horseriders.|
|Look out for sheep and wild animals.|
|Never use your mobile phone while driving.|
|Never drink any alcohol and drive.|
Built up area
|30mph (48km/h)||60mph (97km/h)||70mph (113km/h)||70mph (113km/h)|
|30mph (48km/h)||50mph (80km/h)||60mph (97km/h)||60mph (97km/h)|
|30mph (48km/h)||50mph (80km/h)||60mph (97km/h)||70mph (113km/h)|
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