20 November 2011 13:41

The key rule to remember about driving in Cyprus is to keep to the left, a legacy of the island’s British colonial past.
Speed limits in town are usually 50kph with a maximum on the motorways of 100kph.
Seatbelts are compulsory in the front and rear of cars.
Motorcyclists must wear helmets.
Police organise regular speed traps and can administer breath tests at random.
A solid white line in the centre of the road indicates no overtaking.
Signs are the standard European road signage.