Driving habits in Costa Rica

I recently heard a statistic, that the average Tico (Costa Rican) driver has had a license for less than 2 years.

driving safety in costa rica

That, in itself, explains to me why they drive like teenagers. They haven’t personally experienced an accident yet. But they will and the experience may make them more cautious.

In his post, A Dull Roar – Moving to, Retiring in, Living in Costa Rica – gives us his take on driving here.

A Dull Roar – Moving to, Retiring in, Living with Costa Rica: Why Costa Rican Drivers Are So Awful.

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