You are required by law to drive on the right when you visit Guinea. Not abiding by this law can result in traffic tickets, car accidents, or both.
As of 2019, Guinea ranked 140 out of 137 countries for road quality. Guinea received a road quality score of 1.9, which is based on a scale of 1 to 7, with 7 being the best possible score.
The legal blood alcohol content (BAC) limit in Guinea is 0.08%. However, it’s important to check regional or local city laws because sometimes this limit might be different. The BAC in Guinea may also vary based on age, driving experience, and whether or not you are driving a commercial vehicle. If you are younger than 18, which is the legal drinking age in Guinea, then you may face strict penalties if you are caught drinking and driving. Keep in mind that it is never a good idea to drink and drive no matter how old you are.