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Not only do road conditions in Kenya vary significantly from those of U.S., but so too does the orientation of driving.
In Kenya, traffic circulates on the left side of the road, which can be very disorienting to those not accustomed to it. Excessive speed, unpredictable local driving habits and manners, poor vehicle maintenance, bumpy, potholed and unpaved roads, and the lack of basic safety equipment on many vehicles are daily hazards on Kenyan roads. When there is a heavy traffic jam, either due to rush hour or because of an accident, drivers will drive across the median strip and drive directly toward oncoming traffic. Read more…
Whether you are driving or not, extra caution should be used given the disparities in adherence to traffic laws, road maintenance, and excessive speeds.
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