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Driving on the Isle of Man is similar to driving in the UK. Traffic regulations are pretty similar, and people drive on the left-hand side of the road. Drivers on the Isle of Man are generally courteous. Stay aware of your surroundings, especially on roads with the “no speed limit” policy. There are no toll roads on the island, and you may encounter several traffic officers patrolling the roads and enforcing the law.
The minimum driving age on the Isle of Man is 16 years. However, you must be at least 21 to rent a car on the island. Some companies have their minimum rental age at 25, and drivers younger than 25 may incur surcharges. To rent a car on the island, you must produce a valid driver's license, a valid identification document (national ID or passport), and a credit card for payment. If your driver's license is in any language other than English, you must provide an International Driving Permit (IDP). UK and EU citizens can provide their local licenses, but you’ll need to apply for a local license if you stay on the island for more than three months.
The average price of gasoline on the Isle of Man is £1.51 ($1.69) per liter or £5.68 ($6.38) per gallon. Gas stations are available in various locations across the Isle of Man. Fuel availability doesn’t seem to be a major problem on the island. However, you should plan your route and ensure you have enough fuel before embarking on a road trip on the Isle of Man. Consider a fuel-efficient vehicle to save on fuel costs.
The Isle of Man has no national speed limit, but there are restrictions in densely populated areas, with a speed limit of 30 mph. Some local areas have a speed limit of 20 mph. The Island has no motorways, and most unrestricted roads have bends, which may pose a challenge even for experienced drivers. Whenever you see the circular black and white sign, know you are on a road with no speed limit. While you can drive at any speed you want, be mindful of other road users or animals if you drive in remote locations.
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